Recipes For My Boys: Pops
Showing posts with label Pops. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Pops. Show all posts

Monday, February 6, 2012

Heart Marshmallow Pops

One of the twins wanted to do something by himself.  We went to the store and he picked out the heart shaped marshmallow and sprinkles.   Came home and started making his treats.  We'll make these for their classes on Valentine's Day.  <3 and hugs!
Heart Marshmallow Pops

heart marshmallows
white chocolate chips or almond bark
pop sticks
I melted almond bark for this picture.  (If using white chocolate chips, melt according to directions.) Dipped the pop stick the melted candy and put it in the marshmallow.  He added the melted candy on with a butter knife.  <3

 Sprinkles came next. <3

 And....more sprinkles!  <3

 He still needed more!  <3 

His twin finally got a bite!  <3

Some little fingers in the background reaching for a treat.  <3

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Chocolate Blog Hop
Gooseberry Valentine's Day Roundup
Weekend Potluck
EMM Church Supper

Monday, June 27, 2011

Tropical Pineapple Pops In A Cup

We had fun this morning making Tropical Pineapple Pops In A Cup.  The only thing was the wait! 

Tropical Pineapple Pops In A Cup

1 large can of Crushed Pineapple, drained saving juice
1 box of Island Pineapple Jello
2/3 cup of Sweetened Koolaid Tropical Punch Drink Mix
Enough water to make two cups added to pineapple juice
3 or 5 oz paper cups
craft sticks

Drain pineapple saving juice.  Add enough water to make 2 cups and boil.  Disolve jello with liquid.

Chop 2/3 can of the pineapple in your mini chopper or food processor to make it fine.  (I only had chunks so had to process mine..maybe the crushed will be small enough)  Mix well with koolaid. 

Add jello to koolaid and pineapple.  Mix well.  Ladel into small cups.  Place a small square of foil on top with a small slit in the middle.  Insert craft stick and WAIT!  Kids really loved this and they were fun to make. 

*NOTE*  Very sweet for me but My Boys loved them.  Maybe use an unsweetened jello next time will cut down on the sugar but not enough to make a difference. 

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