Last night the family hung out on the couch watching Fred Claus. I watched from the kitchen and surprised the kids with these! I am so tickled at how these turned out! As a matter of fact, when it was time for the kids to eat them…I winced a little. I had become attached  to the cute reindeer in my kitchen! Here’s what I did to make these cuties!

Reindeer Marshmallow Lollipops with Candy Cane Antlers - KidFrienldyThingsToDo.com

 You’ll Need:

  • Marshmallows – Large “not giant””
  • Wilton Chocolate Candy Melts – brown
  • Sixlets – (red)
  • Candy Eyes
  • Mini Candy Canes
  • Lollipop Sticks
  • You’ll also want to prepare a small cookie sheet with wax paper on top – Make sure the pan will fit into your freezer

Instructions:

* you should be able to cover 24 marshmallows with one bag of chocolate melts 🙂

  • Rudolph Marshmallow Lollipops! So stinking adorable!
  • You’ll want to take the candy canes out of the bag  and get them ready for the marshmallows
  • I placed to facing each other forming a heart, and then two more facing the opposite way forming a V under the heart
  • Prepare your marshmallows by pushing the  lollipop sticks into them
  • Rudolph Marshmallow Lollipops! So stinking adorable!
  • Use a large glass microwave proof bowl to melt your chocolate melts – You can use the package directions
  • I like to heat mine for 1 minute, stir and add 30 more seconds – or until the chocolate when stirred is smooth
  • Dip the marshmallows into the chocolate and place it onto the ready made antlers – look under the marshmallow to make sure chocolate is gluing the candy canes to the marshmallow – if not nestle it in more to give the candy some more glue
  • Add your red Sixlet to the top of the marshmallow
  • Once you’ve filled your pan – pop the reindeer in the freezer to allow the chocolate to set up and harden
  • Rudolph Marshmallow Lollipops! So stinking adorable!
  • Once it’s ready – it should only take a few minutes, Pull the reindeer out, and use a toothpick to dip into the melted chocolate (if the chocolate has hardened – pop it back into the microwave for 30 seconds) Once you have a little chocolate on the toothpick, dot the marshmallow with the melted chocolate (right where your eyes will go) and place the candy eyes onto the melted dots
  • This will only take a second to glue – the cold chocolate will help speed the process
  • Reindeer Marshmallow Lollipops with Candy Cane Antlers - KidFrienldyThingsToDo.com
  • You’re done! 

Reindeer Marshmallow Lollipops with Candy Cane Antlers - KidFrienldyThingsToDo.com

  • Merry Christmas!

Reindeer Marshmallow Lollipops With Candy Can Antlers
These marshmallow reindeer are so cute! You'll have a hard time eating them!
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Ingredients
  1. Marshmallows - Large "not giant""
  2. Wilton Chocolate Candy Melts - brown
  3. Sixlets - (red)
  4. Candy Eyes
  5. Mini Candy Canes
  6. Lollipop Sticks
  7. You'll also want to prepare a small cookie sheet with wax paper on top - Make sure the pan will fit into your freezer
Instructions
  1. You'll want to take the candy canes out of the bag and get them ready for the marshmallows
  2. I placed to facing each other forming a heart, and then two more facing the opposite way forming a V under the heart
  3. Prepare your marshmallows by pushing the lollipop sticks into them
  4. Use a large glass microwave proof bowl to melt your chocolate melts - You can use the package directions
  5. I like to heat mine for 1 minute, stir and add 30 more seconds - or until the chocolate when stirred is smooth
  6. Dip the marshmallows into the chocolate and place it onto the ready made antlers - look under the marshmallow to make sure chocolate is gluing the candy canes to the marshmallow - if not nestle it in more to give the candy some more glue
  7. Add your red Sixlet to the top of the marshmallow
  8. Once you've filled your pan - pop the reindeer in the freezer to allow the chocolate to set up and harden
  9. Once it's ready - it should only take a few minutes, Pull the reindeer out, and use a toothpick to dip into the melted chocolate (if the chocolate has hardened - pop it back into the microwave for 30 seconds) Once you have a little chocolate on the toothpick, dot the marshmallow with the melted chocolate (right where your eyes will go) and place the candy eyes onto the melted dots
  10. This will only take a second to glue - the cold chocolate will help speed the process
Notes
  1. Yields - you should be able to cover 24 marshmallows with one bag of chocolate melts 🙂
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Rudolph Marshmallow Lollipops! So stinking adorable!

Rudolph Marshmallow Lollipops! So stinking adorable!

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2 Comments

  1. These little reindeer are the cutest things! They’re so cute I don’t think I could eat them. lol. Love it!

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