There’s an obvious cult happening all over the internet and home kitchens. All the wonderful and cute blame goes to adorable Angie at Bakerella. Honestly (and unfortunately) we didn’t discover the world of Bakerella and Cake Pops until we met Angie at our last Food Blog Forum seminar in Atlanta. There was an energetic buzz around Angie and her fans were clasping to her new book, Cake Pops, like it was the hottest new toy in the food world.
After having the pleasure of meeting Angie and seeing all the wonderful excitement over her Cake Pops, we’re happy to finally understand all the exciting buzz and thrilled for Angie’s success. Cake pops (and Angie) are so cute. cute. cute.
Her little cake pops always leave a permanent smile on our faces. It’s so amazing to see how much personality can exist on a stick. And best of all, it all looks so much fun.
easy gift idea for your marshmallow pops
With bags of marshmallows purchased for holiday fudge and a bunch of chocolate left over from our last cookbook shoot, we immediately thought of Angie and her cake pops.
These marshmallow pops aren’t made of cake, but the inspired and amazing idea of Angies little cake pops and the spirit of sweets on a stick had us playing around with what ingredients we had in the kitchen. So chocolate mallow pops started appearing everywhere in the kitchen!
These are so easy and fun to make. It’s hard to stop because the possibilities for these pops are so versatile. Anyone who like marshmallows, chocolate and candy will have a new sweet toy to eat and pass out to all their friends.
An added bonus to these marshmallow pops is that they make great gifts. Wrap them in cellophane or stuff them in a gift box, these chocolate dipped marshmallow pops will make everyone feel like a kid again!
- Todd and Diane
crushed candy canes, maybe try green ones for more color!
chop chop chop your chocolate
quickly dip then sprinkle w/ crushed peppermint candy
finished! decorate w/mini cupcake paper from Sur La Table!
More Chocolate Marshmallow Recipes:
Total Time: 30 minutes
There as several ways to temper chocolate, but seeding is super easy and our preferred method at home. You can always buy and melt coating chocolate if you don't want to deal with tempering, but it isn't difficult once you try it a few times. Go for the pro! Temperatures for tempering are for dark chocolate. If we did milk chocolate I may be disowned by my dark chocolate loving mother ;0. If you must use milk chocolate or white chocolate, the initial melting temp point is 110°F and drop a few degrees off of the other temperatures.