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St. Patrick’s day Marshmallow Candy Sticks

St. Patrick’s day Marshmallow Candy Sticks

After almost 21 years we have grown to love having a fun filled St. Patrick’s Day each and every year. While this year she is technically living away from us, the list of fun treats we are making is adding up. Today’s fun treat is these adorable St. Patrick’s day Marshmallow Candy Sticks. Change the color and you can celebrate any holiday all year long.

St. Patrick’s day Marshmallow Candy Sticks
Ingredients:
 Large Marshmallows
 Green Candy Melts
 Lollipop sticks
 Sprinkles

Directions:
*Prep tip. Before making these, make sure you have a place to let your marshmallow sticks dry. You can use an upside-down colander, a cooling sheet with holes in it or a few tall cups.

To make these start by inserting your lollipop sticks into the bottom of several marshmallows.

Yummy St. Patrick's Day Treats

Next warm your candy melts according to the packaged instructions. Usually I put these in a microwave safe bowl and pop in the microwave for 15-30 seconds. Check the candy and stir. Keep warming in 15 second increments until fully melted.

St. Patrick's Day Treats
Now simply dip the end of your marshmallow into the liquid candy. You can use a spoon to help get even coverage.

St. Patrick's Day Treats
Now, you can hold your marshmallow stick over an empty bowl and pour sprinkles on to the end of the marshmallow over the warm liquid candy. Twirl the stick to ensure full sprinkle coverage.

yummy marshmallow goodness
Place the marshmallow stick upright or at an angle in your cooling area.

yummy marshmallow goodness with sprinkles
Some of the liquid candy may continue to melt off and drip.

yummy marshmallow goodness with sprinkles
Allow to cool for an hour or so and serve. These will keep nicely for a few days as long as you keep them in a cool area.

St. Patrick’s day Marshmallow Candy Sticks

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St. Patrick’s day Marshmallow Candy Sticks

*Prep tip. Before making these, make sure you have a place to let your marshmallow sticks dry. You can use an upside-down colander, a cooling sheet with holes in it or a few tall cups.

Ingredients

Ingredients:

  • Large Marshmallows
  • Green Candy Melts
  • Lollipop sticks
  • Sprinkles

Instructions

  • Directions:
    *Prep tip. Before making these, make sure you have a place to let your marshmallow sticks dry. You can
    use an upside-down colander, a cooling sheet with holes in it or a few tall cups.
    To make these start by inserting your lollipop sticks into the bottom of several marshmallows.
    Next warm your candy melts according to the packaged instructions. Usually I put these in a microwave
    safe bowl and pop in the microwave for 15-30 seconds. Check the candy and stir. Keep warming in 15
    second increments until fully melted.
    Now simply dip the end of your marshmallow into the liquid candy. You can use a spoon to help get
    even coverage.
    Now you can hold your marshmallow stick over an empty bowl and pour sprinkles on to the end of the
    marshmallow over the warm liquid candy. Twirl the stick to ensure full sprinkle coverage.
    Place the marshmallow stick upright or at an angle in your cooling area.
    Some of the liquid candy may continue to melt off and drip.
    Allow to cool for an hour or so and serve. These will keep nicely for a few days in cool area.

Heidi Gray

Money saving Mom/Nan (Grandma) of 1, who loves to travel, cook, and of course spend time with family. Fun.Travel.Food not necessarily in that order serving Missouri and beyond!

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missy ellis

those look good

Amy D

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! My 3 year old daughter thinks everything tastes better on a stick. So, these look perfect for me to make. I already have all the ingredients, so I think I will make this with my girls today! 🙂

missy ellis

great for the 17th

Mia Rose

These are easy enough and so fun to make that kids could help.

Antoinette M

Great for St Patrick’s Day & so easy to make.