These cute snowman marshmallow pops are a fun and festive treat that the whole family will enjoy making. Marshmallow “snowballs” are placed on lollipop sticks and decorated with chocolate and candy to transform them into adorable snowmen. They’re just as much fun to make as real snowmen, and a whole lot tastier!
If you’re in the mood for some delicious winter fun, give these snowman marshmallow pops a try. They’re a creative and delicious way to make a fun party treat or snack that will bring a smile to your face. From putting the marshmallows on sticks, to adding the candy buttons, making the licorice scarves, and placing the peanut butter cup hats, there’s something for kids of all ages to help with. Perfect for a classroom event, a children’s party, or just a fun weekend craft, these snowman marshmallow pops will bring a winter wonderland to your kitchen – no snow required!
You’ll also love our cute melted Snowman Bark.
💗 Why We Love This Recipe
- It’s an adorable treat that’s part recipe and part craft project!
- These pops are a perfect and festive addition to any winter or holiday party.
- You can get the whole family involved in making this fun and kid-friendly recipe.
- These cute pops are perfect for a classroom party or school event.
- Lollipop sticks or skewers (with point cut off)
- Microwave safe bowl
- Butter knife
- Spoon (for mixing)
- Large marshmallows
- M&M minis
- Red Twizzlers (pull and peel variety)
- Reese’s mini peanut butter cups
- Chocolate chips
- White chocolate chips
- Food Coloring (orange)
- Vanilla frosting
⛄️ How to Make Snowman Marshmallow Pops
Step One: Prepare the Chocolate
- Using a microwave safe, bowl heat the chocolate chips in 30 second increments stirring in between heatings until melted and smooth.
- Repeat the same process with the white chocolate chips, but at just 50% power. Once melted, stir in 2 to 3 drops of the orange food coloring.
Step Two: Assemble and Decorate the Snowmen
- Slide three of the marshmallows onto one of the ends of the stick or skewer.
- Using a butter knife, add a small amount of frosting to M&Ms to help them stick to the marshmallow and place them on the front of the center marshmallow to make the snowman’s buttons.
- Create the scarf by separating the strands of the Twizzler. Wrap a single strand around the marshmallows between the top and middle one and tie a knot.
- Dip a toothpick into the melted chocolate and use it to dot the top marshmallow and give your snowman eyes and a mouth.
- Dip a new toothpick into the melted orange chocolate and use it to draw a nose for your snowman.
- Give your snowman a hat by using the butter knife to put a small amount of frosting on the large side of the peanut butter cup and place it on the top marshmallow.
- Repeat the process to create the rest of the snowmen.
Suggestions and Alternatives
- If the chocolate chips begin to harden, put them back in the microwave for a few seconds.
- If the white chocolate begins to seize, add a few drops of coconut oil and stir until it smooths out.
- If you can’t find lollipop sticks or skewers, popsicle sticks will also work.
- Use some pretzel sticks to give your snowmen arms.
- If you don’t have peanut butter cups, you can use a chocolate-dipped marshmallow to make the hat. Just make sure you wait until the chocolate has completely dried.
- Use these as cake decorations – they’d make great toppers for a holiday-themed cake
Store them at room temperature in an airtight container and they should keep for up to 2 weeks.
Freezing is not recommended as it will alter the texture of the marshmallows. These will keep best when stored at room temperature.
🎄 More Cute Christmas Treats
- Reindeer Krispies Treats
- Grinch Truffles
- Christmas Tree Meringues
- Santa Nutter Butter Cookies
- Melted Snowman Bark
- Candy Cane Danishes
- Christmas Wreath Cookies
Snowman Marshmallow Pops
- mini m&m’s
- Twizzlers pull ‘n’ peel cherry candy
- mini Reese’s peanut butter cups
- chocolate chips
- white melting candy white chocolate chips or orange melting candy melts may also be used
- orange food coloring
- vanilla frosting
- Melt chocolate chips in the microwave for 1 minute, stir, and microwave for an additional 30 seconds or until melted and smooth.
- Melt white chocolate in the microwave for 30 seconds at 50% power , stir, and repeat this process until melted. Stir in 2-3 drops of orange food coloring. If white chocolate begins to seize up, stir in a few drops of avocado oil or coconut oil to smooth it out.
- Slide three marshmallows onto a lollipop stick.
- Using a butterknife, add a dab of frosting to act as “glue” to the back of three of the same colored mini M&’M’s. Press the M&M’s down the front of the snowman to resemble buttons.
- Pull off a single strand of the pull ‘n’ peel candy. Lay it flat on your working surface and add your marshmallow pop in the center. Wrap it around the bottom of the top marshmallow and tie it to create a scarf for the snowman.
- Use a toothpick to dip into the chocolate and dot the eyes and charcoal mouth onto the top marshmallow.
- Using a separate toothpick, dip into the orange chocolate and then draw a nose to complete the snowman face.
- Use a butter knife to add a dab of frosting to the larger side of a mini reese’s peanut butter cup. Press the mini reese’s peanut butter cup onto the top of the snowman’s head to resemble a hat.
- Repeat this process to create the desired number of marshmallow snowman pops.
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