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These easy Easter Marshmallow Pops are just as fun to make as they are to eat! So grab the kids because they’ll love making these Easter food crafts with you!
It costs about $9.93 to make these Easter Marshmallow Pops. The recipe makes seven marshmallow pops for around $1.41 per serving.
Try our Easter Bunny Cupcakes and Easter Bunny Rolls for fun bunny-themed recipes.
We love making fun treats for the holidays. These Easter Marshmallow Pops are no exception. They are so cute they will brighten any Easter table!
These are fun as an after-school treat leading up to Easter and on the Easter dessert table. Our kids love helping us make these treats, and we love seeing their creativity in the kitchen.
Easter food crafts are a fun pre-dinner activity on Easter Sunday with all the kiddos. Lay out the marshmallows, peeps, popsicle rods, sprinkles, and melted candy wafers, and let the kids get to work. These Easter Marshmallows will be a fun and delicious memory for everyone making and eating them.
Ingredients & Estimated Cost:
- 14 large marshmallows – $0.42
- 12-ounce bag of white chocolate chips – $2.62
- ½ cup pink melting candy wafers – $0.71
- ½ cup blue melting candy wafers – $0.71
- ½ cup yellow melting candy wafers – $0.71
- ½ cup green melting candy wafers – $0.71
- ¼ cup tropical skittles – $1.06
- ¼ cup assorted Easter/colored sprinkles – $1.80
- 7 Peep rabbits – $1.19
The recipe cost is calculated by the amounts needed for the recipe. Check out Budget Recipes Explained to learn more about how we price our recipes. The pricing for this recipe was updated in February 2023.
How To Make Marshmallow Pops
***For complete recipe instructions, see the recipe card below.
- First, push a popsicle rod through the middle of two marshmallows. Ensure the marshmallows are touching each other. Push the marshmallows down on the rod so that ½ inch of the rod sticks up through the top of the marshmallows.
- Next, heat the white chocolate chips in a medium-sized bowl until smooth.
- Then, spoon the white chocolate over the marshmallows, coating the sides and top to bottom. Set them in the fridge for five minutes.
- Using the ½ inch of the popsicle rod sticking out of the marshmallow, add a Peep rabbit by pushing it down onto it.
- Next, melt the candy wafers and drizzle them over the Easter Marshmallow Pops.
- Finally, use colored sprinkles to finish decorating the pops and chill in the fridge for about five minutes before serving.
Recipe Variations and Substitutions
- You can substitute the white chocolate chips with white melting wafers.
- Instead of bunny peeps, you can use any other Easter shape.
- You can also use more than two marshmallows per pop. You can stack as many as you want.
SERVE: Serve the pops at room temperature or slightly chilled.
STORE: Store these in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 days. You can also store them in your refrigerator for up to 7 days, but you’ll want to let them come back to room temperature before serving them because the marshmallows tend to harden when cold.
FREEZE: We do not recommend freezing these pops. They tend to crack when frozen and not thaw well when covered in white chocolate and candy.
A popular treat at Easter time, a peep is a sugar-coated marshmallow. The marshmallows are shaped into bunnies and chicks.
The marshmallows will not stay fresh after the second day, so we recommend making them up to one day in advance.
Get Kids Involved
Ages 2-3: Your little one can help push the marshmallows and peeps onto the popsicle rods. Ask them to count the marshmallows as they put them on.
Ages 4-5: The kiddos will love helping to decorate the marshmallows and the peep rabbits by putting on the sprinkles and drizzling on the melted candy wafers.
Ages 6-8: This is a great recipe to let your child create on their own. They will love the ability to use their creativity in the kitchen.
Ages 9-11: Supervise them while they prepare the entire recipe. Remember to have them read it twice before beginning the recipe.
Ages 12+: Let them prepare the entire recipe unsupervised while you do the happy dance in the corner!
Lots of baking items go on sale around the Easter holiday. Shop the sales to help with your budget on recipes like these Marshmallow Pops.
More Easter Recipes
- Cherry Salad
- Instant Pot Hard-Boiled Eggs
- Cheesecake Fruit Salad
- Ambrosia Salad with Cool Whip
- Easy No-Bake Key Lime Pie
- How to Dye Easter Eggs with Food Coloring and Rice
- Raspberry Poke Cake
- Bunny Bait Snack Mix
Easter Marshmallow Pops
- microwave-safe mixing bowl
- measuring cups
- mixing spoon
- 14 large marshmallows
- 12 ounce bag white chocolate chips
- ½ cup pink melting candy wafers
- ½ cup blue melting candy wafers
- ½ cup yellow melting candy wafers
- ½ cup green melting candy wafers
- ¼ cup tropical skittles
- ¼ cup assorted easter/colored sprinkles
- 7 peep rabbits
- Place a popsicle rod through the center of 2 marshmallows, making sure they are pushed touching each other.
- Push the marshmallows down on the rod so that about ½ inch sticks up through the top of the marshmallows.
- Heat your white chocolate chips in a medium-sized heat-safe bowl according to package instructions until you have smooth white chocolate.
DIP AND CHILL MARSHMALLOWS:
- Place your marshmallow pop over the bowl of melted white chocolate and spoon the white chocolate over the marshmallows, thoroughly coating all sides and top to bottom.
- Allow the excess chocolate to drip back into the bowl. Place the covered marshmallows on parchment paper.
- Set them in your refrigerator to chill for about 5 minutes or until the white chocolate has hardened.
- Once the white chocolate has hardened, remove them from the fridge and place a peep rabbit on the top of the pop using the ½ inch that you left out of the marshmallows.
MELT CANDY WAFERS:
- Melt your pink, yellow, blue, and green candy wafers according to the package instructions.
- Using a spoon, drizzle the melted candy wafers over them. You can also use them to make designs with a pipping bag or use it to stick skittles to the pops.
- Use colored sprinkles to finish decorating the pops.
- Once the pops are decorated, chill them for about 5 minutes or until hardened.
- Serve the pops at room temperature or slightly chilled.
These pops are the absolute cutest! I shared with the kids and they’re looking forward to making them for Easter!
Sara Welch says
These were such fun and festive treats that did not disappoint! Looking forward to making these again for Easter; my whole family loved them!
So much fun! These marshmallow pops will be such a great treat for Easter. Can’t wait to try it!
These are such adorable little treats!! My kids and I are going to have a great time making them for Easter!
Love how pretty and delicious these are! My whole family loves them!