Christmas Marshmallow Pops

I’m seriously so excited to share these Christmas Marshmallow Pops with you guys!!

EEK!! Look how cute they are!!!

Christmas Marshmallow Pops

These fun little treats are super easy to make. I made 5 of each of these Christmas Marshmallow Pops and from start to finish it took me less than an hour. That’s including the time it took me to figure out the logistics of them and put them together.

You see, back when I shared these Halloween Marshmallow Pops with you, I also started jotting down sketches of these Christmas Marshmallow Pops too. I have serious OCD issues.

Christmas Marshmallow Pops

I have been super excited to share them with you ever since.

You can find all of the ingredients to make these guys at a Walmart or at a craft store in the candy making isle.

Here’s what you’ll need to make the Reindeer Marshmallow Pop:

Reindeer Marshmallow Pops

In the picture above I show the mini M&M candies, but in actuality you’re going to want the normal size ones. The miniature ones were just too small.

With the Reindeer Marshmallow Pop you’re going to put the sucker stick through the side of the marshmallow at an angle, like so:

Reindeer Marshmallow Pops

The stick goes in first, then dip it in the melted chocolate. Put an M&M on for the nose, then the eyeballs on. Lay it on top of two twisty pretzels and let it dry laying down on a sheet of wax paper.

DONE!

Reindeer Marshmallow Pops

Isn’t that just the cutest and tastiest little Reindeer Marshmallow Pop you’ve ever seen?!?!

Reindeer Marshmallow Pops

You better make enough of them so that they can pull Santa’s sled!

The Santa Claus Marshmallow Pop is probably one of my favorites. I wasn’t sure if he was going to work out, but he turned out even cuter than I imagined!

Here’s what you need to make him:

Santa Claus Marshmallow Pop

If you can find peach colored candy melts (something similar to skin color), then go ahead and buy those ones. I just happened to have a little bit of orange and white, so I mixed them to make a skin color for Santa’s face. I melted about a handful of the white wafers with about 5 wafers of the orange and I think it turned out beautifully.

To make the Santa start by pushing the stick in the bottom of the marshmallow. Dip in your peach colored chocolates, then top with a Candy Cane Kiss. Put on two eyeballs, then quickly, but carefully place the miniature marshmallow bits around the base of the candy cane kiss, then down and around his eyes making a beard. I didn’t cover the backside of the marshmallow, but you can if you want.

Santa Claus Marshmallow Pop

Last but not least is my Frosty the Snowman Marshmallow Pop!

These guys are just too adorable.

Frosty the Snowman Marshmallow Pops

 

When I showed these to my husband he said, “Why did you make Amish men?”

I was like, “What?!”

He confidently said, “Snowmen don’t have hats.”

To which I replied, “Have you ever sung Frosty the Snowman? He very much had a hat.” Then I made him google it, and he was like, “Well…I never put a hat on my snowman growing up.”

Well, honeyโ€ฆ I made these Snowman Marshmallow Pops for all the normal people. I’ll make you a hatless snowman later. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Frosty the Snowman Marshmallow Pops

To assemble Frosty all you need to do is push the stick in the bottom of the marshmallow, dip into the melted chocolates, then top with a single Oreo cookie. Cut the tips of the s’mores candy corn off and use those as a nose. Place the black sugar pearl sprinkles on for eyes and then make a smiley face with them too.

Let it dry, then use a dab of melted chocolate on top of the Oreo to secure the rolo candy to finish off the hat. You can tie a ribbon around the neck to resemble a scarf if you want as well!

Frosty the Snowman Marshmallow Pops

I also made a Christmas Tree Marshmallow Pop by dipping a marshmallow in green candy melts, then sprinkling with multicolored sprinkles and topping with a yellow M&M candy. It’s a super quick and easy one to do too.

Christmas Marshmallow Pops

These Christmas Marshmallow Pops would make the perfect gift, or just a fun evening activity this Christmas season!

I hope you enjoy making these as much as I did!!

About the author

Shawn is the Owner and Creator of I Wash You Dry. She loves to create and share simple, family-friendly recipes with a bit of life sprinkled in. Mom to 4 adorable children and dwells in the desert of Southern Utah.
9 Responses
  1. Alicia Hammond

    How long do these last? Would it be okay to make a batch to send to my cousins in another state? Shipping would take a few days.

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Shawn Syphus Hi, I'm Shawn and I'm a busy mom of four; pretending to live on a budget. I love to cook, and explore new recipes, but they have to be quick and easy with as few dishes as possible.

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