Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Easy Marshmallow Snowmen

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This is the third marshmallow snowman on this blog, and it's also the easiest one.














Here is how to make these marshmallow snowman pops:

- Preheat toaster oven to 225 degrees F
- Insert popsicle sticks into marshmallows, and place them on baking sheet

- Bake the marshmallow pops for 8 minutes or until they look like those marshmallows in the picture on the left side

- Turn the marshmallows upside down carefully
- Place mini chocolate chips on warm marshmallows
- Place gumdrop noses on your snowmen
(you may need white cookie icing as glue!)

- Draw mouths with cookie icing










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Fun little treat to send to school!



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29 comments:

  1. I love it. I will share this one with all of the teachers in the different schools I go to. I'm really loving your blog and easy-to-do recipes for kids. It's so great. This snowman is easy to make and oh, so cute. Thank you for sharing all of these. I'll check back in again for some more fun with food. :-)

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  2. Hi Renata, thank you so much.

    To Monica, so happy to know you like the ideas on this blog. Thank you so much for the comment and the support :D

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  3. 请问什么是cookie icing?
    还有那个橙色弄成鼻子的是什么材料?
    谢谢。

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  4. These are so cute!! I love the fun easy snowmen :D

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  5. Love your marshmallow goodies! Perfect for this season...We will definitely enjoy making them. Thanks!

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  6. They look so cute. Would love for you to share this with us over at foodepix.com.

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  7. Wonderful!!!!!!!
    Mariluz.

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  8. Very easy indeed! ANd so cute:)

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  9. Thank you so much everyone. Wish you all have a nice holiday season.

    To Sean, 鼻子是用剪刀把橙色的軟糖(橡皮糖)剪成三角形。cookie icing 是裝飾餅乾用的糖霜。用溶化的朱古立(巧克立)也可以。You can buy it in the store or make it yourself!

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  10. Those are so cute, and my kids just love marshmellows

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  11. This turned out great. What a cool idea I can't wait to try them with my nieces. I'd love it if you'd add this to my link party over at http://raegunwear.blogspot.com/2011/11/link-party-what-we-wore-and-made_29.html

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  12. Hi Stephanie, thank you for the comment. My son loves marshmallows too, btw!

    To marissa, thank you so much for inviting me to your link party :D

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  13. I am in the midst of making them right now!

    I have a problem though!

    I started by making only one as a tester... it stuck to the wax paper, so I sprayed with olive oil for the next one and it worked much better. I still wasn't able to just carefully flip it though, I still had to wait for it to cool a bit then roll the wax paper over.

    My problem now is that it basically just looks smooshed! Like I flattened the marshmallow! And, my chipits melted completely.

    In your pictures it doesn't look smooshed and the chipits still look like they have shape to them.

    How long did you wait to flip/how long did you wait to put the chipits on?

    Thanks!

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  14. After I got my marshmallow out of the oven, I turn them upside down right away, and then put on the chocolate chips. Some of the chips didn't melt, so I actually have to use cookie icing to glue them on. Maybe because I used little old toaster oven, and it didn't get hot enough. I think you can try lower the temperature of your oven, or don't leave the marshmallows in there for too tong.

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  15. I'll try again today! I do have a larger toaster oven, only had it in for about 7 minutes. So, I think I'll try turning the temp down and doing less time. Was the stick still gooey in the middle when you tried flipping? Maybe I'll have to use that as my indicator of it being in there too long!

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  16. Yes, the whole marshmallow felt super soft when I turned it, but it didn't stick on the paper at all. I think it's time for me to buy a new toaster oven :D
    Btw, you may find this one is easier http://www.cutefoodforkids.com/2010/12/my-snowman-is-melting.html
    Have fun!

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  17. looks good but may take long

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  18. ok i did it and the marshmellow was melted too much and it looked really bad

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  19. Oh no, I am so sorry to hear that. If you do try it again, lower the temperature or reduce baking time.

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  20. My kids are going to have fun making these snowmen! Thanks for writing down the recipe for us. This is such a delight for me and my husband.

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  21. Thank you so much for the comment. Merry Christmas!

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  22. Hi! I just finished making 50 of these little guys! So cute, so easy, so economical! My favorite idea this holiday season! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe!

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  23. Hooray!!!
    Thank you so much for coming back and leaving the comment :D

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  24. Do you just use any type of popsicle stick? Or do you have to have food grade? Thanks

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