Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Shamrock Marshmallow Pops

For St. Patrick's Day, I wanted to make a special treat for family & friends.  All the kids love the candy covered marshmallow pops & I thought Shamrock Pops would be perfect!



I took heart shaped marshmallows


dipped them in green candy melts & sprinkles


let the candy harden.  remove toothpicks, dip bottoms of the hearts in candy melts again & gently press together to form the clover ( I dipped the 2 bottom hearts first, then the top & added a few more sprinkles in the center where candy was wet )


once completely cool, gently push in pop stick


wrap pops in clear cellophane, ribbon & add a cute St. Patrick's tag from TomKat Studio


they are so fun, easy to make & I can't wait to hand them out to the kids!


Happy St. Patty's Day!

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22 comments:

Lorie said...

Those are SO CUTE! And I happen to have a bag of heart shaped marshmallows that never got used for Valentine's Day!!

lovetheday said...

So adorable! What a clever idea!

Christi Bennett @ pisforparty said...

This is so cute and creative! I just shared the link on FB and it worked this time. =)

Sarah said...

Wow, these pops are so cute! Super creative. Thanks for sharing. I really enjoy your blog =)

- Sarah
http://agirlintransit.blogspot.com/

Denise said...

I just love these and want to make some! Hope I will have time! They turned out great and I scheduled a feature of it for today at Extreme Personal Measures.

Denise
Extreme Personal Measures

Liz said...

I LOVE a good marshmellow pop and these are amazing! Would you mind if I featured this on my blog on Friday? www.fastdaze.blogspot.com

Stephanie Smith said...

These are too cute. I saw this on Be Different, Act Normal.

Elizabeth said...

What a great way to use the leftover heart marshallows from valentine's day. Thanks for posting!

Rene' said...

These are sooo cute and fun!!
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Rene'

Rachel Harwood said...

Those are so fun!!! I'm adding them to my St. Patrick's Day Inspirations!

Love to have you link up to my For the Kids Fridays! Stop on by!

:)rachel at SunScholars.blogspot.com

Kelli @ RTSM said...

These are too cute! I'm looking around my house now to see what valentine stuff I can turn into shamrocks:)

Cap Creations said...

So cute! Love the contrast of the white sprinkles on the green!

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Lisa said...

They turned out great! Can't wait to try them out myself. Thanks!

Kimra said...

they're perfect! they're so cute. i'm thinking i want to make some now :)

Marissa said...

Where could one find heart shaped marshmallows after valentines day?

Sweet Craft Cakes said...

LOVE these!!! Please link it in our Sweet Links Party!!
Smiles~ Noelle

http://sweetcraftcakes.blogspot.com/2011/03/sweet-links-party-no-8.html

Chic Cookies said...

So clever! Love these. I posted a link on ediblecrafts.craftgossip.com :)

Setting the Mood said...

Genius O'Genius you are!! These are great!!

Noelle said...

Thanks for linking up to our Sweet Links Party! Be sure to link up next Wednesday!! Smiles~ Noelle

sweetcraftcakes said...

We featured your pops in our sweetest links..
http://sweetcraftcakes.blogspot.com/2011/03/sweet-links-party-no-9.html

Kelli @ RTSM said...

I made some of these for my boys' classes at school and they turned out so cute! I posted about them today and linked over to you! Thanks for the great idea!

Shelly Lynn said...

These look soooo cute and yummy! The kiddos will love them!!

I would love to feature your shamrock pops on my site at www.prekfun.com .
It is a curriculum resource for Early Childhood Ed. professionals and Parents. Let me know if this would be okay.
I will be glad to post a link back to your blog (for the complete directions) beneath your photo. Once your idea is posted, I will send you a "Featured on Pre-K Fun" image that you can add to your blog if you would like.

Thanks!

Shelly
shellabc@prekfun.com
www.prekfun.com