Chocolate Dipped Marshmallow Pop Party Favors

 A few weeks back I had a small combined birthday party for my kids whose birthdays are just weeks apart. I make different cupcakes for both along with different party favors. I wanted a different party favor so for the girls I made chocolate dipped marshmallow pops! 

Marshmallow Pops


Chocolate Dipped Marshmallow Pops
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Prep Time
20 min
Prep Time
20 min
  1. Giant marshmallows (Walmart has them)
  2. Lollipop sticks
  3. Melted chocolate
  4. Colored sugar
  1. Count out however many marshmallows you will need and insert the lollipop stick in each marshmallow. Melt your chocolate (I use chocolate bark found only at Walmart) but you can use any melted chocolate. Make sure the chocolate is fully melted and that you have our your colored sugars (I made my own colored sugar - you can find the recipe at Dip each marshmallow into the melted chocolate and then immediately dip the portion you dipped in chocolate dip in your sugar or candy coating.
  2. The best way I found to keep them from making a mess is by standing them up (marshmallow face down) in a muffin pan and then put them in the refrigerator and allow the chocolate to firm. I kept mine in the refrigerator until it was time to leave for the party but I stored them in a cooler at the park before passing them out to the children.
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I found plastic jewelry bags in the craft section at Walmart so I placed 1 pop per bag and then tied a ribbon around the top. 


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  1. Very cute idea! I make these often myself.

  2. That is an awesome idea. We are having my boys joint party soon and these would be awesome.

  3. These look like fun to make! I have a neighbor who absolutely loves anything marshmallow I’m so sharing this with her! Love the idea of using the colored sugar on these!

  4. I think I would add some festive sprinkles for memorial day, or fourth of july

    • Same here! I’d make them colorful with a variety of sprinkles. In fact I plan on doing it next week!

  5. I love marshmallows and dipped ones even better! Great ideal for a party favor!!! Tasty and affordable!

  6. Oh and I bet kids would really love these too!

  7. This is such a cool idea! My daughter is having a few friends over this weekend I think I will give this a try for her and her guest. Happy Birthday to your kids!

  8. Easy-Peasy!!! They are so cute wrapped up too.

  9. Kids would love this chocolate deep mallows. I think even adults like this.

  10. Love this idea! My niece loves marshmallows. I think I’ll make these with her!

  11. How cute are those and not as fattening as a candy bar.

  12. That is such a great idea. Easy to do too.

  13. Those are so cute! my kids would love to get and give them at a party as party favors.

  14. Very cute and looks so easy to do. Will have to do this for a camping party.

  15. Now I would have had a problem not eating them all before the party….

  16. Marshmallows and chocolate is dangerous for me πŸ™‚

  17. This is such a great idea for party favors! Who doesn’t love marsmallow pops?!

  18. katrina G says:

    those are so cute. we are having a kids party coming up, i think i may make those.

  19. What a great idea! Simple, elegant and yet non-expensive!

  20. on Halloween one street was giving these to the kids, it was fun! I will have to do these at our next party!

  21. That is a great idea. Adding a stick and it becomes a pop. Love it.

  22. These look so easy to make and so delicious…I am making these for the graduation ceremony I am catering next week. I put they would like nice dipped in sprinkles or nuts too!

  23. My kids would love these – and they sound simple. Just the way I like it!

  24. It’s so easy but rarely do I ever make these. I need to remember this!

  25. Such a quick easy treat to share!

  26. Sooooo creative! I feel like I am not very creative in the kitchen so thank you for this idea!

  27. These are too cute! I may try to make these for my niece’s graduation party. Looks easy enough for me to do (maybe?) I could use sprinkles in her school’s colors! Thanks for the idea! πŸ™‚ <3 it!

  28. Jessica @EatSleepBe says:

    I haven’t made these yet but they look fun and delicious!

  29. Chocolate + marshmallow + lollipop = WIN WIN!

  30. Those sound yummy! I hope I can find an opportunity to make them

  31. We love making these with bright, festive colors!

  32. lisa jones says:

    They Look So Yummy Thank You I Will Be Making With The Kids!!

  33. I bet these are a huge hit with kids! I don’t know any kids that don’t like marshmallows.

  34. Those are super adorable and look oh-so delicious! I definitely wouldn’t mind getting THAT party favor xD

  35. I love those marshmallows on chocolate. We also use different colors of marshmallow for presentation.

  36. Yum, what a great idea. So cute and looks easy enough!

  37. They looks awesome for kids, I have to test this out at our next event. My kids love marshmallows!

  38. I’ve actually never made edible party favors before. I bet the kids loved these!

  39. Those are so super cute! And they look yummy, too! My daughter will love them.

  40. I just love these. So easy and delicious. I would take them camping and add a couple graham crackers!

  41. These are a fun treats for the kiddos to eat and make. I am sure they were devoured.

  42. I bet these favors were a big hit at the party!

  43. These are so creative my girls would love them!!! I love the idea of making them different colored for parties too.

  44. Great idea, look yummy, is my fav candy!

  45. We’ve made these before with melted chocolate and graham cracker crumbs. We called them S’mores on a Stick. I’ll try them now with sugar. That looks delicious.

  46. What a fun treat! I think these would go over well at any type of party!

  47. They’re really pretty. Actually I think I might pop one of those right between some chocolate and graham crackers!

  48. These are so cute! My kids adore marshmallows, they would love these cute pops!

  49. The best part about this fantastic party favor is it can be customized to any party you might be having! Such a fun and easy treat, too πŸ™‚

  50. I was sold from the moment I read chocolate! These treats look yummy.

  51. that looks very delicious and thank you for sharing the recipe πŸ™‚ I might try one πŸ™‚

  52. michele d says:

    My kids love them! Well specially marshmallows. There is so many options you can make with them. I bet your kids loved them!

  53. Mmm, these look so good and easy to do with little ones

  54. Marshmallows are so much fun. My kids would love making these. Thanks for the idea.

  55. i made something very similar for my daughters 2nd birthday as part of the candy bar buffet. i loved how easy it was and everyone loved it.

  56. I wish I had thought of something like this when my son was little. Those would have been great favors.

  57. Cute, and I love that you can make these without food dyes if you want!

  58. That’s so simple. I bet that kids would love to make those.

  59. These look really delicious!

  60. I bet the kids love these! Would be perfect for a camping themed party for smores!

  61. Rebecca Swenor says:

    That is an awful lot of sugar or sweetening,. Thanks for sharing

  62. Such cute favors. And they are so simple to make!

  63. These look so yummy. Would be great for a summer event!

  64. Oh, that looks yummy. I may not be organizing kids’ birthday parties any more but I have no problem making these for myself. πŸ™‚

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