Easy Candy Corn Marshmallow Pops

Easy Candy Corn Marshmallow Pops

This fun fall recipe has been one of my most popular posts, so I’m sharing it with you again! This recipe comes from Food Family Finds. These easy Candy Corn Marshmallow Pops were a huge hit with my daughters and their friends last Halloween.

You will need these things:

Cookie Sticks
White Candy Melts OR yellow and orange candy melts
Candy coloring (if using white candy melts)
Crisco
Marshmallows (regular-sized works best–some generic brands are too small. The original recipe calls for giant marshmallows, but in my opinion they were too big and sweet.)
parchment paper
Optional: Clear treat bags with twist ties

Some of the supplies you’ll need

Melt the orange candy melts and a tablespoon of Crisco for each 1/2 cup of candy melts in the microwave using the directions on the package. If you are using white candy melts, be sure to use candy coloring only, not food coloring. Food coloring will make your candy too runny and it will not set properly. Dip the marshmallows two-thirds deep into the candy. Place the marshmallows on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.

When the orange candy is completely hardened, repeat the process with the yellow candy melts, dipping the bottom one-third of the marshmallow into the candy. Allow the candy to harden completely.

Candy Corn Marshmallow Pops are a fun treat to bring to a Halloween party. They are also a great gift for teachers, babysitters, or any one who has a sweet tooth!

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16 Responses to Easy Candy Corn Marshmallow Pops

  1. That looks so yummy and easy to make. I would love to do that, but I haven't got a clue what candy melts are and whether I could get them in the Netherlands. And Crisco is another of those I have never heard of. I will have to look into it!
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    • Hi, Hope! You can find candy melts in the candy making aisle at Walmart or a craft store like Michaels and Hobby Lobby. If you are making them for school, just be careful about allergies and read the labels. My bag of candy melts says that there might be traces of peanuts in them since they are made in a factory that also produces peanut products.
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