How to Make Baby Shower Marshmallow Pops with Wilton + Giveaway

By Shannon Gurnee
In Cake Decorating with Wilton
June 24, 2014

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Do you love marshmallows?  I sure do!  Whether it’s eating them alone, in Rice Krispies Treats, or as Marshmallow Pops, these treats are adorable and melt in your mouth!  I recently made Marshmallow Pops for my younger sister’s Baby Shower (my first time) and they turned out awesome!

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– Jet-Puffed Marshmallows (the big ones – like you use with S’mores)

Wilton Candy Melts Candy Melting Pot

Wilton Pink Candy Melts

Lollipop Sticks or Pink and White Paper Straws

Sprinkles (pastel colored)

Lollipop Wrapping Kit

– It’s a Girl Stickers

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1 – Melt the Wilton Pink Candy Melts in the Wilton Candy Melts Candy Melting Pot.  You’ll switch the Candy Melting Pot to MELT until the mixture is smooth and then switch it over to WARM to keep the candy at a consistent temperature, making it easy to dip.

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2 – Dip the lollipop stick into the melted chocolate first and then stick into the Marshmallow.  This will help act as a glue so the marshmallow doesn’t fall into the Candy Melting Pot when you’re dipping it.

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3 – Allow the marshmallow to sit for a few minutes after inserting the dipped lollipop stick.

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4 – Once the chocolate appears to be hardened on the stick, proceed to dip the marshmallow into the melted candy mixture.

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5 – Immediately after dipping the marshmallow, shake generously the pastel sprinkles.

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6 – Lay the dipped marshmallow with the stick up so it may harden (making it easy to place in the Lollipop wrap).

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7 – Once hardened and dry, wrap in the Lollipop Wrapper, tie with the ribbon and place the “It’s a Girl” Sticker on.  Serve and enjoy!


1 lucky winner on The Mommy-Files will win a Wilton Marshmallow Pops prize pack, including a Wilton Candy Melts Candy Melting Pot, Wilton Candy Melts, Wilton Lollipop Sticks, Wilton Lollipop Wrapping Kit, and Wilton Sprinkles!!!

This is a sponsored post as part of the Wilton Sweet Treat Team.  All opinions are mine.



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Shannon Gurnee is the author of Redhead Mom formerly "The Mommy-Files", a national blog with a loyal following. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development with a Minor in Business Management. Shannon and her husband, Frank, have a large family with 6 awesome kids and love living on the Central Coast near San Luis Obispo, California, as well as traveling around the world. A full-time Social Media and Professional Blogger, Shannon also serves as a National Brand Ambassador for many well-known companies. Her blog focuses on motherhood, family fun activities, traveling, fashion, beauty, technology, wedding ideas and recipes while providing professional opinions on products, performances, restaurants, and a variety of businesses.

51 Responses to “How to Make Baby Shower Marshmallow Pops with Wilton + Giveaway”

  1. Sarah L says:

    Those are adorable and make such cute decorations. (Sugar overload, but what’s a party for anyway)

  2. Helen says:

    Oh!! those are so good, thanks for the instructions, I’ve got to make those soon!!!!

  3. Terra Heck says:

    Those are super cute and seem easy enough to make. I have several baby showers to attend in the coming months.

  4. Ellie W says:

    I’d make It’s a girl baby shower pops also. I have a granddaughter due in October.

  5. I would make Princess themed for my daughters birthday or red, white and blue for the 4th

  6. S’mores marshmallow pops

  7. Rebecca Parsons says:

    Mine would fruity for my daughter’s birthday.

  8. Jammie says:

    I wuld make some monster high themed marshmellow pops.

  9. Stefany says:

    Those are not only adorable but look so good too. My kids would love these!

  10. Kiwi says:

    I wanna say 1st the shower table decor looks amazing and chic. Second I used to really make cakepops a lot last year until I had b to stop because I became too busy (they are definitely time consuming)…marshmallow pops looks like an awesome and quicker alternative!!

  11. These look so good. I think I would make Elmo and Cookie Monster ones for my son’s 2nd birthday that is coming up.

  12. Kay Adeola says:

    Those are really cute.I think i will give these a go for the net birthday we have coming up.

  13. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    Those are the cutest things ever! I might actually borrow this idea for my boys birthday party coming up next month.

  14. Debbie Denny says:

    Love how easy to make . Will keep this in mind for party coming up.

  15. Tonia says:

    These marshmallow pops look so delicious. I’ve been wanting to try one for myself.

  16. Debbie L. says:

    So so cute….. a good friend will be having a baby shower….these would be perfect for me to make! Pinned

  17. Lori says:

    Those have to be one of the most adorable and delicious looking party treats ever! I would make them just because!

  18. They’re so cute, I love them! What a pretty baby shower!

  19. Rosey says:

    It sounds easy and fun, and that’s my kind of project. 🙂 I love Wilton baking products, I’m going to try the candy melts here too, soon.

  20. I do love marshmallows- thank you for asking! These are so simple and cute – homemade favors mean so much more to an expecting mommy.

  21. Tracey says:

    Those are so cute and you make them look so easy! They really are perfect for a girl’s baby shower!

  22. Jenn says:

    These have got to be so much easier than cake pops. My first and only attempt at those was disastrous.

  23. These are so stinkin’ cute! I love cake pops, corn dogs, marshmallow pops… really anything on a stick!

  24. Melinda says:

    super adorable. They’d be cute for any party

  25. Shell says:

    It would be fun to do this for a birthday or maybe a back to school celebration. Love how easy this is!

  26. Pam says:

    Who doesn’t love marshmallow pops? Those turned out so cute.

  27. I can do marshmallow pop with no problems. Cake pops on the other hand, not so much.

  28. I’m loving this idea! I’ll have to remember these next time someone is having a shower.

  29. I’m loving this idea! I’ll have to remember these next time someone is having a shower.

  30. Those are so cute. And I love marshmallows. Great baby shower gift!!

  31. Elizabeth @ Food Ramblings says:

    Pinning 🙂 going to make these for my sister’s baby shower!

  32. Katy Rawson says:

    Your marshmallow pops turned out so darling. And they are so easy to make that I think I may be able to do that myself. I know my nieces can, they’re good at that stuff.

  33. Felicia says:

    these are adorable! The entire shower turned out great! Wonderful job.

  34. Veronica says:

    That looks like a fun party treat. Very nice

  35. Brett says:

    This is such a cute idea! I like how you added the stickers.

  36. Such an easy and ADORABLE idea. I love the straws!

  37. Christie says:

    These came out fantastic! So adorable for the baby season…which is definitely all around me!

  38. bekki says:

    Wow these turned out great! I tried to make marshmallow pops before and had a giant fail! LOL

  39. Awww how absolutely adorable is all of this! We are currently working on getting preg for baby #2 and I would love to have a gender reveal party and some of this would be PERFECT for that!

  40. Lisa says:

    What a yummy and easy treat! I can picture all sorts of fun colors for holidays!

  41. These are super cute marshmallow pops! I bet they were delicious. 🙂

  42. What a cute idea! I love that you thought ahead to secure the marshmallows so they don’t get all willy nilly.

  43. Trisha says:

    Those are adorable! The whole tablescape for the shower is super cute, you did a great job!

  44. Liz Mays says:

    Could those be any cuter? I don’t think so. I just love this fun idea, Shannon!

  45. Sophie S says:

    Oh, those are super cute! Going to try making these, only mine will be in blue!

  46. Ashley M says:

    These are so precious 🙂 My sister is pregnant so I’ll keep these in mind for her shower.

  47. Rachael says:

    These marshmallow pops sound great. I would make them with a Christmas theme.

  48. Hmm, these would be great for birthday parties too! I love that you can so easily customize them.

  49. Oh my gosh! Those couldn’t be cuter! I’m trying to think of a reason to make them now!

  50. Melissa says:

    So cute and easy! What a great addition to a shower!

  51. Christina S says:

    I’m not sure what theme, but we’ll be making these for my son’s 1st birthday in October! So cute!

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