Hi there! I'm Keely, Kiana's awesome sister-in-law. She has so kindly asked me to do a guest post today on her gorgeous blog...yay! It is quite the honor! I'm not a baker, but when I saw these marshmallow pops on The Pioneer Woman's blog, well, I thought I would put a little Valentine's Day spin on them. They are amazingly easy to make, and my friends, I am all about easy...
What you'll need:
- A bag of marshmallows
- Cake pop (or lollipop) sticks
- Almond bark (I used vanilla, but you could easily use chocolate)
- Your choice of decorating sprinkles
First step is to break off the almond bark into chunks, and put them in a pyrex bowl over a pot of water that has a couple of inches in it. This is a double boiler, and will keep you from burning your bark.
Let the almond bark melt, stirring occasionally.
While you are waiting, you can get your marshmallows and sticks ready.
Once the almond bark is all melted, you're going to stick the tip of the stick into the melted almond bark, and then you're going to stick the marshmallow on top of the stick.
Sticking the stick in the almond bark allows the marshmallow to stick to the stick better.
Now count how many times I just said the word "stick".
Just kidding, don't.
Once you're done, they should look like this...
Now for the fun part. If you have kids, have them help you...or not.
You're going to dip the marshmallow in the melted almond bark, swirling it around a little so that it coats the whole marshmallow.
This is the part the kiddos like...SPRINKLES!!!
Now just sprinkle up those bad boys, let them sit for a few minutes, and then they're ready to eat.
Easiest. Thing. Ever. And so, so cute!
Seriously, y'all should make them. They'd be super cute Valentine's Day treats for a class, friends, and any other awesome thing you can think of.
Credits: All photography by Keely Mann for Naked Bouquet Production by Edyn Mann