On Wednesday is was Master T's 5th birthday. He didn't have Kindy that day so i made these marshmallow choc pops to take on Tuesday to share with his class instead of cupcakes. The teachers were delighted as cupcakes can be quite messy in the classroom. Apparently the kids loved them too!
These are so simple to make - great for a treat, party food, lunchbox surprise or a classroom celebration.
MARSHMALLOW CHOC POPS
2 packets of marshmallows (i made 22 and used 1.5 packs)
1 cup of chocolate melts
1) Heat water in a saucepan on the stove, whilst waiting for the water to boil start threading 3 marshmallows onto each lollipop stick.
2) The water is likely boiled by now so place chocolate melts into a metal bowl and place on top of the saucepan. Continue stirring the melts until smooth
3) Set your marshmallows on sticks, melted chocolate and sprinkles in a row. This allows you to work fairly quickly.
4) Dunk the side of marshmallows into the melted chocolate then straight into the sprinkles.
5) Place pops onto a plate as you go. Mine all went hard without going into the fridge so i placed them into a container ready to take to school. If you like you can pop them in fridge just to set the chocolate.
Whilst they may not be super pretty the kids find them exciting - marshmallows, chocolate and sprinkles... how could they resist!
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