Marshmallow Strawberry Pops

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Marshmallow Strawberry Pops

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Chocolate Covered Strawberries are one of my favorite treats. So I am always looking for new flavors to use. Wilton came out with a White Marshmallow Candy Dip that I just had to try! These Marshmallow Strawberry Pops are so cute and yummy. They would be fun for an Easter Party too.

These couldn’t be more simple. All you need is a bag of the Wilton Marshmallow Flavored Candy Melts, sucker sticks and strawberries.

Wash and dry the strawberries thoroughly. Melt the candy according to the package directions. Dip the strawberries and let rest on a sheet of wax paper until hardened.

Marshmallow Strawberry Pops

Using a sandwich sized zip lock bag, add the melted candy to the bag, cut a tiny hole in the corner of the bag and use it to quickly add stripes to the strawberries. The trick is to go fast and past the strawberry edge.

Marshmallow Strawberry Pops

Let dry, then poke a hole into the top of the strawberry with a sucker stick. You are done! Easy Peasy!

For Easter, I would use colored candy melts for the stripes, so they would look like striped Easter Eggs. So cute! Just whatever you do, DON’T try to color the white candy melt, it won’t work

Marshmallow Strawberry Pops

Marshmallow Strawberry Pops

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