Easy Jumbo Marshmallow Pops

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We love easy recipes for kids, and it doesn’t get any easier than this! Make this recipe in a few minutes as an after school treat or birthday party dessert. Kids love marshmallow recipes so they’ll love these jumbo marshmallow pops!

 

Here's an easy yummy jumbo marshmallow recipe for you! Try these jumbo marshmallow pops with sprinles. They're sure to be a crowd pleaser for birthday parties, holiday gatherings or as a special treat!

Marshmallows? check

White candy melts? check

Sprinkles? check

Who knew making dessert could be so easy?! If you’re looking for a quick dessert for after dinner or maybe a special snack for after school, look no further than these delicious jumbo marshmallow pops.

Who said dessert has to be baked? Not us! We love easy, and when it comes to desserts, it doesn’t getting any easier than this.

This is the perfect recipe for even the youngest kids to help out with preparing.

Ready for the easiest dessert you’ll probably ever make?

Here's an easy yummy jumbo marshmallow recipe for you! Try these jumbo marshmallow pops with sprinles. They're sure to be a crowd pleaser for birthday parties, holiday gatherings or as a special treat!

 

You’ll need:

12 Jumbo Marshmallows

2 Cups White Candy Melts (12 oz. Bag)

1 1/2 tbsp. Vegetable Oil

Sprinkles

12 Paper Straws


Directions:

Place marshmallows on a flat surface and twist in straw about 3/4 of the way.

Pour candy melts and vegetable oil into a microwave-safe cup. Microwave in 30 second increments until candy melts and vegetable oil are fully melted (about 90 seconds), mixing well each time. Allow to cool for five minutes.

Dip half of the marshmallow into the melted chocolate and twist to allow excess to drip off.

Here's an easy yummy jumbo marshmallow recipe for you! Try these jumbo marshmallow pops with sprinles. They're sure to be a crowd pleaser for birthday parties, holiday gatherings or as a special treat!

To fill the gaps around the straw and create a hard shell around the marshmallow, submerge the marshmallow completely until the chocolate reaches the base of the straw. When allowing the excess to drip off, hold the pop horizontally so the weight of the chocolate doesn’t loosen the grip of the straw.

Note: If using this method for all pops, you’ll need an additional bag of candy melts.

Place on a parchment-lined surface to dry (straw side up) until tacky, but not completely dry. You’ll know it’s ready when it’s still wet, but no longer drips when you lift it off the parchment.

Firmly press bottom of marshmallows into a plate of sprinkles, being sure to roll sprinkles onto the bottom edges so some sprinkles are visible when marshmallows are flat.

Here's an easy yummy jumbo marshmallow recipe for you! Try these jumbo marshmallow pops with sprinles. They're sure to be a crowd pleaser for birthday parties, holiday gatherings or as a special treat!

Allow to dry completely before serving.

Here's an easy yummy jumbo marshmallow recipe for you! Try these jumbo marshmallow pops with sprinles. They're sure to be a crowd pleaser for birthday parties, holiday gatherings or as a special treat!

 

Tip:

If marshmallows have dried before dipping into sprinkles, microwave water in a bowl until boiling, pour off water and dry off bowl. Then twist the marshmallow pop around the hot bowl to slightly melt the bottom of the marshmallow pop.

Here's an easy yummy jumbo marshmallow recipe for you! Try these jumbo marshmallow pops with sprinles. They're sure to be a crowd pleaser for birthday parties, holiday gatherings or as a special treat!

Enjoy!

 

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I love recipes that are easy enough for the kids to do with me! They'll love these easy jumbo marshmallow pops with sprinles. It's an easy enough recipe for birthday parties, holiday gatherings or as a special treat!

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