An eminent thought for treats for a crowd, we basically packed them in clear cellophane sacks, included a printed wish for a “Candylicious Christmas” and tied everything with really red lace.
Viewing her pop out of the car, candy cane striped socks up to her knees, she was right away encompassed by a gathering of grinning young girls as she passed out the treats. And the warmth all over her face? It just might have done it. I got that small amount of feeling in my stomach as my heart swelled rapidly. I think I could be feeling it…
How you can make Candy Cane Marshmallow Pops…
What you will need:
- 1 child to crush candy canes (optional, but fun)
- large marshmallows
- mini candy canes
- melted chocolate (we use Trader Joe’s Dark Chocolate block)
- crushed candy canes
Now let’s see how to make this sweet stuff…
Stick a mini candy cane into the large marshmallow. Dip the marshmallow into the melted chocolate, allow excess chocolate to drip off, then roll into the crushed candy cane. Place on a waxed paper lined baking sheet and allow to set.