So, take a look at these images and imagine the possibilities - favours, candy buffets, little canapés or how about serving them with late night hot chocolate? The recipe is also included so what are you waiting for? Give them a try (just make sure you test a LOT!)
Image above - Hostess With The Mostess
Ok, so to make these pops, you'll need...
marshmallows, Candy Melts (the colour is up to you!), Smarties or M&Ms, white sprinkles, lolly sticks
To make them, all you need to do is...
Insert the lolly sticks into the marshmallows then melt the Candy Melts in the mircowave until it's all nice and runny. Holding the lolly stick, dip half of the marshmallow in the molten candy then shower on the sprinkles and pop the Smartie or M&M on the top before the candy sets. Leave to harden (I stand mine in an upturned colander!)
Image above - Glorious Treats
Above & Below - these are variations on the recipe above and easier to make if you can't find the Candy Melts (or haven't got time to do an on-line order). All you do is dip the marshmallow in melted chocolate before rolling the pop in hundreds & thousands.
Image above - Our Family Eats
Below - these bigger pops are made by skewering two marshmallows onto the stick, dipping in white chocolate and then rolling in white sprinkles.
Image above - via weheartit
To display them, either stand them in a glass (as above and fill either coloured M&Ms, Smarties, jelly beans or other sweets) or get a block of polystyrene and poke the pops into that before covering with sweeties, flowers or anything you like!