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Marshmallow Pop Garden

Flowers, who doesn’t love them?  The Springtime weather certainly brings its fair share of flowers, and with these record-high temperatures lately, the flowers have come even earlier this year.  I decided to celebrate Spring by creating a garden…a sweet garden full of yummy marshmallow pops!

This marshmallow garden is so easy to make, it’s a perfect activity to do with your kids.  You can make it as a gift, a table centerpiece to wow your guests, or just for fun.  Feel free to play around with the colors, too!

Happy gardening!

Marshmallow Pop Garden

Ingredients:

  • 20 large marshmallows
  • 20 pop sticks
  • 1/4 cup yellow candy melts
  • 1/4 cup pink candy melts
  • 1/4 cup purple candy melts
  • 1/4 cup orange candy melts
  • Sprinkles
  • 20 mini cupcake liners
  • Small styrofoam circle, or a basket to hold pops
  • Easter grass
Instructions:
  • Start by punching a small hole in the bottom of each mini cupcake liner.
  • In small bowls, microwave each set of candy melts at 30-second increments, stirring after every 30 seconds until smooth.
  • Insert one of the pop sticks halfway into a marshmallow, and dip in one of the colors.  Sprinkle on a few sprinkles, and place in the styrofoam block until dry.
  • Repeat until you’ve dipped all the marshmallows in a color, and set to dry.
  • Once the marshmallows are dry, insert the bottom of each stick through the hole of the cupcake liner.
  • Place the sticks back into the styrofoam block.
  • Cover the bottom of the styrofoam with the easter grass, and enjoy your new garden!
Makes 20 marshmallow pops.
Original recipe by La Casa de Sweets.   

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Comments (4)

  • A marshmallow garden? I think this might just be the cutest Easter dessert I’ve come across!

    lacasadesweets 10 years ago Reply

    Hehe, thank you!!

  • jose 10 years ago Reply

    I have been giving them to all my patients for Easter and the love them.Thank you Jackie

  • As someone who consistently kills real plants, this is the best kind of garden I could possibly nurture! Cute, colorful, pretty. Happy Easter!

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