Thursday, 11 April 2013

Marshmallow Pops


Aloha Sprinklerinos,

Baby Glitter and I have been busy doing a lot of fun new activities. 

One of them has been 'cookery'. I say cookery but what I really mean is 'basic stuff in the kitchen with no real skill or effort' haha. 

I thought I'd share with you today how we made marshmallow pops for Darcy's birthday party. They are fun, inexpensive and perfect for little hands to help with. 

How to make marshmallow pops
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How to make marshmallow pops
How to make marshmallow pops
How to make marshmallow pops
How to make marshmallow pops


This was such a lovely activity to do together and I just know she got a lot out of it. 

It was a great opportunity to introduce knew language, experience new textures and flavours and spend some quality time together. 

To make your own, simply pop lollypop sticks into marshmallows (mine were from Hobbycraft), dip in melted chocolate and then roll in sprinkles or glitter (or whatever you prefer). 

Is this a rainy day activity you might try? Have you done anything similar before?



Toodlepip!

xx


124 comments:

  1. So cute! Especially love the edible glitter! xo

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  2. I love finding little projects in the kitchen to store away to do with my little girl one day, it's one of the things I most look forward to about having my baby become a toddler, making a hot mess in the kitchen! These look adorable! xx

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  3. Aw cute,i love you louise your videos are amazing! :Dx

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  4. Mmmmmmmmmmm . . . Louise wants! =P xx

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  5. Those are soooo cute and look yummy! X

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  6. They look so cute! love the edible glitter!

    jess xx
    dotofdaisy.blogspot.co.nz

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  7. These are such a fantastic idea! I totally have to make some for myself!

    Ash :-) (ashleighsteaparty.wordpress.com)

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  8. Super cute! I love the glitter, such a great idea! xx

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  9. So simple yet really expensive.... Love this idea and great for kids to get involved in helping mummy in the kitchen!

    Carrieanne x

    http://imjustalittlepixie.blogspot.co.uk/

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  10. I really like the colour of those sprinkles and the variety of patterns the sprinkles and glitter are stuck to the marshmallows, very cool!

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  11. Great idea! :) xxx

    http://jeminixlife.blogspot.com

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  12. My mum and I made a lot of biscuits and crispy cakes when I was little, so simple and so much fun :) I love these, gas Darcy got her own little apron yet? :) x

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  13. So cute! It's so simple bit such a good idea!!

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  14. These look brilliant and I bet Darcy had loads of fun helping out :)

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  15. Is it bad when I saw the word marshmallow I had an instant craving for them? Anyways what a lovely idea they look very yummy :)

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  16. At nursery, we did bread painting which was fun with the babies. You basically get milk, add food colouring and paint a pattern on the bread, toast it and eat! Makes breakfast time more fun :)

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  17. Aw these look so cute and yummy! Need to do some tomorrow for a girls night it!, it will be so much fun! :))

    XO,
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  18. So cute yet so simple! Love this! xx

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  19. These look so pretty! I love marshmallows too xx

    Lucy Loves To Blog

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  20. What a great idea! They are so simple but look verrryy delish! You do so much with Darcy, she is a lucky little lady having such a good mum like you. I wish you both all the best and can't wait for your new blog post.. maybe a makeup one?

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    xx

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  21. Once again I'm hit with sadness at the fact that I don't like marshmallows :( I SO wish I did, they look so yummy and really cute with the decorations on. A great activity to do with little people :)

    Aimee xx
    dress-it-up-6.blogspot.co.uk

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  22. Ooo yummy I'm just baking and making sugar flowers which you will be pleased to know are covered in glitter lol

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  23. These look great, definitely going to make these next time I have my nieces over!

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  24. oh my goodness these look so delicious:) I need some edible glitter in my cupboards!
    x

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  25. these look so yummy and easy, going to try them soon for a girls night in! :) xx

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  26. Going to have to try these, they look soooooooooo good! And of course i will need to get the lollypop sticks from hobbycraft...any excuse to go to hobbycraft <3 it there :)
    Laura x
    shimmerofpink.blogspot.com

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  27. Amazing! these look so good and look good too very pretty love it! x

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  28. OMG I'm so going to have to try these! They look delicious! x
    Amy | http://amysbeautyjournal.blogspot.co.uk/

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  29. I really want to try these - Look lovely :)

    amylaurenblog.blogspot.co.uk

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  30. Such a cute idea, and looks so pretty. Such a nice blog post aswell really enjoyed reading it X

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  31. These look so cute and yummy! I hope she has a lovely birthday :) xx

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  32. Good idea! Makes MarshMallows so much more better! :) xx Hope you and Darcy had a fun time together.

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  33. they look gorgeous! definitely trying this x

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  34. This is adorable, such a cute idea and it's great that you do these kind of things together :)

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  35. Nice idea! Makes marshmallows so much better! Hope you and Darcy had fun together.

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  36. Such a simple little idea! Definitely going to make these soon. x

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  37. These look great and very simple to make too, love the edible glitter! I will have to try these with my 4 year old daughter

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  38. They look so cute. Im 18 and I know I would have soo much fun making these. Good for any age :)

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  39. Lovely idea, will be trying these out for sure :) x

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  40. So cute, love pops there's so many different things you can do with them! xx

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  41. These are so cute! I love making cute little foods! :)

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    xx Brooklyn xx

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  42. Thanks so much for sharing this idea, I might try this one :)

    Amy| The Little Koala Blog ♥

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  43. I am definitly going to try them !

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  44. they look so good. i need to get this glitter.
    xx

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  45. I'll have to make these with my sister! She's always wanting to make things in the kitchen and they look lovely!

    Emily x
    http://emilyandlife.blogspot.com/

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  46. These look so deliciously yummy! At the same time they look to pretty to eat! Such a fantastic idea!

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  47. What do you use to put the text on your photos? they also look so good.

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  48. These are so cute! Such a fun idea!

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  49. I'm loving your posts Louise!!
    I always enjoy reading them, they give me so much joy! you're such a funny character!
    stay beautiful :-)
    -Katelyn xxx

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  50. Oh they look so nice :) think il be making them and giving it a try with dark chocolate yummm xxx

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  51. Aaaaw I want them so baaad. They look so effing tasty!!!

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  52. I don't like marshmallows but I do love cakepops just wanted to say these are awful cute :) Sounds like you and Baby Glitter are having great fun.

    Amanda | http://mandasmooments.blogspot.co.uk/

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  53. So gonna make these! I love your blog so much! :)

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  54. Such a cute easy and effective idea! Love it and I bet darcy had so much fun! :)

    Pipp xx
    http://pippjones281190.blogspot.co.uk

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  55. So adorable! Sure may have to try these once spring finally gets here!

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  56. aww she's adorable and that looks yummy too!

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  57. looks so delicious! i love little things like these and might start trying them out:)

    such a good inspiration for blog posts too!

    xxxxx


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  58. I used to do something quite similar to this when I was in the mood for a fun snack, thanks Louise, you brought back some fun memories of the good times, will definitely do these again some time. xxx

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  59. Darcy is so lucky to have such a lovely and inspiring Mummy like you! I'm glad to say my mum is exactly the same! Well done Louise! abbie'sblogx

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  60. WOWWY! That look's so yummy! I'd love to make these!! They look so pretty as well.

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    x

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  61. so cute and simple. I love it:)

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  62. These would be so cute for a girls night in!

    xxx

    oliviasword.blogspot.co.uk

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  63. So cute and easy to make, might have to give it a go!

    http://laurenroseconfessions.blogspot.com

    Lauren x

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  64. OMG yum, NEED these for my birthday next month!!

    LiviaLoves x

    www.livialoves.blogspot.com

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  65. This is so cute.
    Baby glitter must have had a lot of fun!

    xx, Athena!
    glimpsesofa.blogspot.com

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  66. I love your blog and your YouTube videos!
    I will have to try out these marshmallow pops sometime!
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  67. They look so pretty I can't wait to try them out

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  68. They're adorable! Definitely going to give them a go! xxx

    seeking--serendipity.blogspot.co.uk

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  69. That is such a good idea! I'm not really into cooking but this couldn't be any simpler and they would look lovely for a party!

    Louisa's Notebook

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  70. yum yum yum I want one now!!

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  71. Theyre so cool! If only marshmallows were vegetarian!

    Please check out and follow my blog! I'd really appreciate it! <3
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  72. I love making these! They are a really nice treat :p

    Charlotte xxx
    http://charlottesconfashions.blogspot.co.uk

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  73. I need to try to make these, they look lovely!

    A little bit Unique

    x

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  74. aww that's soo cute I bet Darcy enjoyed those hope she had a great birthday and I think I might try to make the as well they seem easy hahah xxx


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  75. They look absolutely DELICIOUS! Tomorrow I am popping down the shops, and marshmallows are certainly on my list!
    Great creation!

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    xoxo

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  76. Hi there^^,
    I absolutely love your blog Louise!!!
    You are sooo bneautiful and your Posts are awesome! Those Marshmallowpops look delicouis! I going to make them as soon as I can :D
    XOXO Abby ♥
    http://one-dollar-milkshake.blogspot.com/

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  77. Oh these are so cute! I am always looking for excuses to buy glitter x

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  78. I'm nineteen and childless but I'm still going to try this at uni!


    Emily x - prettypleaseprettyplease.blogspot.com

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  79. These look so sweet, bet you and Baby Glitter had an amazing time, she's so lucky to have a mum so wonderful, postive and involved as you! :) And beautiful of course!

    Pip x

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  80. i will be making these now just because they look so cute! they must the cutest thing ever for sure

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  81. I've done these before!
    Such an easy and simple treat! :)

    egtx3.blogspot.co.uk
    xo

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  82. I've always loved making these, but with dark chocolate! mmm :)

    lifeslikearoadwetravelon.blogspot.com

    xx

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  83. Ahhh I want to eat those up! I may have to try this out...any "cookery" without skill is right up my alley lol.

    Nikki
    Glitter and Grease
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  84. aaah these are so cute! :) i love the glitter ones! <3
    xxx
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  85. These are the cutest and so easy, definately want to give these a go for maybe a summer party of bbq :)

    Thanks! Rea x

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  86. These look yummy, definitely have to give them a try! My favourite thing to make with the kids is "Rainbow Toast", haven't made it in a while but they love it. Next time I make it, will take some pics. & put it up on my blog. http://flittychick.blogspot.ie/

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  87. Marshmallows are just too good, definitely need to try this, they look so pretty! x
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  88. This looks like sooo much fun! I wish I knew about this when I had sleepovers with my friends. Nevertheless, I'm definitely going to give it a go! x

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  89. those look so adorable, i definitely need to try this! x

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  90. Darcy's one lucky girl! This looks so fun! We might have to try these :) Thanks Lousie

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  91. that looks fun!
    like how it's no skill needed~ perfect for me.

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  92. Those look so yummy! And the {sprinkle} of edible glitter makes them all the more fabulous! :)

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  93. These are such a good idea! They look amazing, and I think I'm going to have to buy me some of the pink edible glitter :) xx

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  94. these are such a great idea I am going to make these I love you so such

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  95. Hi!,
    I really loved this! It's extraordinary and fantastic. I can't wait to try it. It seems it's perfect for me as it does require you to be skilled anyway. Thank for sharing your tips, I appreciated it.

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  96. For more fun stuff, check out my blog!
    majotron.blogspot.com
    :);)

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  97. can you check my blog out please, im fairly new and need some good advice to boost up my follower count! www.tiffanymaej.blogspot.co.uk

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  98. Totally stealing this idea!

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  99. louise they look so good! mmmmmm deffo gonna make them x

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  100. please please please tell us how to make them milk bottles with the sprinkles round them? X

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  101. So yummy!!
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    S xx

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  102. They look so yummy! Damn you Louise I'm trying to be healthy! <3

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  103. These look SOOO good! And so simple - which I am all about. I loved the jars with the sprinkles on the rim you made too - so cute.

    xx
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  104. Sprinkles and glitter- I see what you did there ;)

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  105. This is so cool! I must try these

    Lauren
    Fashionswirls.blogspot.com

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  106. Oh wow! These look so so yummy, and seem so easy too! Might have to try them some time! xxx

    holljc.blogspot.co.uk

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  107. This looks really good!

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  108. Your little girl is beautiful!

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  109. awhh, they look amazing and really yummy:-) And Babt Glitter is so beautiful!x

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  110. This has to be the cutest idea ever! I'm 16 so i don't really even know how to cook but these are great! I've been meaning to find something that i can do for my best-friend's birthday and i think i'm going to make these! there so cute and adorable, and perfect for on the go! we just happen to be on the road for her birthday, we're going to see Rhianna in concert! Thank you so much for posting your cookery with Baby Glitter! xx

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  111. Omg these look amazing! Defiantly stealing this idea :) x

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  112. these are so cute and precious! i'm a terrible cook and these look so easy to do, i'm defiantly going to be trying these out for myself. love love love your blog!
    p.s your daughter is adorable <3 x

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  113. Can't wait to make these.. but I am the young one of the family so I will make these at a sleepover :D I wonder if these would taste nice with roasted marshmallows! xxxx

    rubyrubyrose.blogspot.com

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  114. I love this idea, it's so simple but looks amazing! might have to try this at work. xxx

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