My husband is the Venue Manager at our church and occasionally he asks me to make a special dessert to pass out on a Sunday morning. One year ago, we launched the Stirring Coffeehouse. First anniversary of the grand opening…now that’s something to celebrate! 200 marshmallow pops coming right up! For these pops, I used Kraft Jet-Puffed Marshmallows, Lollipop sticks, bright white Wilton’s candy melts for the “S” logos, dark cocoa Wilton’s candy melts, Nestle’s mini chocolate chips, a Wilton’s squeeze bottle, and wax paper.
Check out my marshmallow pop tutorials to learn the basics of how to make amazing marshmallow pops.
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To create the monogrammed letters, simply print out a template with the letter of your choice, in your preferred font. You can copy and paste the same letter several times on one sheet, or spell out a name or word. Place wax paper over the top of your template and tape the wax paper down. Use Wilton’s Candy Melts in a squeeze bottle to trace the monogrammed letters onto the wax paper. Let them set, carefully peel off, and place them onto your dipped mallow pops.