Check out this Easter Marshmallow Pops Recipe! This is the one if you want a sweet treat you don’t have to cook! Easy Easter Recipes like this are my favorite! (and the kids love them, too!)
Eating desserts from a stick never gets old, and it’s something that we love to do. This would be perfect for a family dinner, class party, or late-night snack. Once you make them, you’re going to be figuring out ways to make them even more!
What is great about this simple recipe is that the kids can help! This is a fun family kitchen activity or an easy way to have all the kids join in and be a part of the preparation.
Easter Marshmallow Pops Recipe
My boys are always about any recipe that can be grabbed and eaten on the go, and since this is a dessert, they love it even more!
If you have a class party at school or a birthday party coming up, this is a super fun food and activity for the kids to do. They can easily make their pops and then eat them right then and there.
It’s hard to believe that the toughest part of this entire recipe is being patient enough for the melted drizzle to firm up a little bit to be able to eat!
How do I keep marshmallows soft and fresh?
Keeping marshmallows soft and fresh doesn’t have to be a difficult task. The best way to keep your marshmallows soft is to store them in an airtight container or sealed plastic bag after they have been opened – this will keep out the moisture, which can often make marshmallows hard.
It’s important to try and use your marshmallows within a few days of opening them, as the texture tends to degrade quickly, and the longer the marshmallows are stored, the harder they become.
If you need to store them longer, place them in the refrigerator, where their shelf-life can extend for up to two weeks.
To protect against flavor change, push out as much air as possible before sealing the package.
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Make it a Meal:
Meal planning is something I have been doing for years, and I don’t have any plans on stopping. I love prepping the meals for the week so that everyone in the family knows what to expect.
It can be as simple as you want to meal plan!
Vegetable Side: Simple Carrot Salad
Starch Side: Baked Sweet Potato Frittata Recipe
Refreshing Drink: Pineapple Mocktail – Perfect for Easter!
Best Easter Dessert Recipes:
Once you make this No Bake Marshmallow Dessert Recipe, it’s time to start thinking about even more sweet treats! While not all of these are no-bake, they’re all delicious.
Here are a few of my favorites that I think will be a hit in your household as well.
This Easter Candy Charcuterie Board is fun to assemble and loaded with all the best Easter sweets.
Check out this Easter Fudge with Jelly Beans! Colorful and delicious.
I know for a fact that this Easter Oreo Bark is going to be gone and devoured in minutes.
Our household is obsessed with making these Easter Snack Bars!
This Easter Snack Mix has no cooking required – and is so good!
Get ready to love this Rolo Candy Dip Recipe!
I think about making this Delicious Easter Puppy Chow Recipe all the time!
Are candy melts made out of chocolate?
Candy melts are not made out of chocolate. Despite their look and use, these popular confections don’t have any chocolate in them at all!
This unique product is prized by bakers and chocolatiers alike for its easy melting properties, vibrant colors, and ability to add to other ingredients without adversely affecting the flavor.
The result is delicious treats with creative shapes and interesting textures with a slightly sweet taste.
So while candy melts aren’t truly made from chocolate, they can be just as tasty!
More Marshmallow Recipes:
- Valentine Marshmallow Pops Recipe
- Egg Nog Marshmallows Recipe
- Super Fun Marshmallow Pops for St. Paddy’s Day
- 16 Large marshmallows
- Yellow candy melts
- Light green candy melts
- Light blue candy melts
- Light purple candy melts
- Easter sprinkles
- 4 wooden skewers
- Put four marshmallows onto each wooden skewer.
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Put the marshmallow skewers on the baking sheet.
- Add the candy melts to different bowls, separated by colors. Melt according to the directions on the package.
- Put the melted mixtures into separate piping bags.
- Drizzle on the marshmallows and then add sprinkles. Let the melts harden, and enjoy.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 121Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 25mgCarbohydrates: 30gFiber: 0gSugar: 21gProtein: 1g
This data was provided and calculated by Nutritionix on 2/24/2023
Are you going to make these Easter Marshmallow Pops to share with anyone?