If you are looking for a super easy & fun holiday or Christmas craft for kids, you must try this snowman marshmallow craft! Using marshmallows, mini peanut butter cups, and lollipop sticks, these cute edible treats are perfect for any party, cup of hot cocoa or a sweet gift for all on your list.
When it comes to homemade holiday gifts, I am a huge fan! Making something from the heart brings a special type of joy that a store-bought gift tries to capture.
To me, a homemade gift is something straight from the heart!
Snowman marshmallow craft pops are something easy to make for stocking stuffers, teacher gifts, or to have on the hot cocoa buffet table.
Marshmallow Snowman Heads
Who doesn't love a snowman on a stick?! Complete with large marshmallows, cookie, and peanut butter cup tops, this is the best snowman recipe for the holidays.
Some items to have before getting started:
- Large Marshmallows- these will be easy to decorate and will taste great.
- Wilton lollipop sticks – which you can find on Amazon and in local craft stores or Walmart.
- Wilton chocolate candy melts for decorating eyes and carrot nose.
Snowman Marshmallow Craft
Here are 5 quick tips to help make this snowman craft fun for all
- When getting Christmas crafts for kids together, make sure you have all your items ahead of time. This helps to save time and fend off frustration and makes the whole project much more fun.
- Kids love marshmallows and to make something that is not only cute, but edible will make them excited to give this wonderful treat to someone special.
- Have cookies and candy unwrapped and set aside for quick assembly.
- Pre-melt chocolate wafers and have ready to go in a pastry bag or simply use a toothpick dipped in melted colors and paint on like a brush.
- Make sure to let the marshmallow snowman heads sit upside down on your tray long enough for the candy “glue” to set, otherwise, hats will fall off!
How Do You Make Snowman on a Stick?
First, prep a large baking sheet with wax or parchment paper so your snowman marshmallow heads have a place to dry and set.
Insert (1) large marshmallow onto the end of each lollipop stick.
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Melt Wilton chocolate candy melts in a microwave-safe dish until melted.
Add to your piping bag or grab your toothpick to dip in the melted chocolate.
Melt orange melts too so you can make your snowman noses.
Let snowman's face set before adding on the candy & cookie hats.
Squeeze a small amount of chocolate to the bottom of a Grasshopper cookie and place it on the snowman. I stood them up, upside down until the chocolate had set.
If you don't have the Grasshopper cookie, you can try our Homemade Thin Mint Cookies recipe!
Repeat with all your marshmallow snowmen.
Last but not least, I did the same process when adding the mini Reese's Peanut Butter Cup and let them stand upside down to set.
How do you make an edible snowman out of marshmallows?
This super easy snowman craft is for the snowman head and face only.
If you wanted to make a full marshmallow snowman, you can use Jumbo marshmallow for the base, large for the middle, and regular for the head.
I would still hold together with a lollipop stick or maybe a long wooden skewer.
Decorate the same way, and try adding a licorice scarf! How cute would that be?!
If you wanted to add this snowman craft to your holiday cookie tray, try these delicious cookie recipes from our site!
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- 10 large marshmallows
- 10 Wilton Lollipop Sticks
- 12 oz package of Wilton chocolate candy melts
- 12 oz package of Wilton orange candy melts
- (2) Wilton #1 or #2 round frosting tips
- (2) disposable piping bags
- 10 Keebler Grasshopper cookies
- 10 Miniature Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
- Line a large baking sheet with wax or parchment paper.
- Insert (1) large marshmallow onto the end of each lollipop stick.
- Pour 6 oz of the Wilton chocolate candy melts into a microwave-safe dish and heat in the microwave in 30-second increments, stirring occasionally until melted.
- Remove from the oven and let cool a few minutes.
- Attach one frosting tip to a disposable piping bag and scoop the melted chocolate into the bag.
- Gently squeeze the chocolate from the bag giving the snowman (2) eyes and 5 small dots for a mouth.
- Repeat with all snowmen.
- Add a small handful of orange candy melts to a microwave-safe dish and heat in 30-second increments, stirring until melted.
- Remove from the microwave and let cool a few minutes.
- Attach the 2nd frosting tip and scoop the melted red chocolate into the disposable piping bag.
- Gently squeeze the orange chocolate from the bag to form the snowman's nose.
- Allow the snowman's face to set.
- Squeeze a small amount of chocolate to the bottom of a Grasshopper cookie and place it on the snowman. I stood them up, upside down until the chocolate had set.
- Repeat with all snowmen.
- Place a small amount of melted chocolate on the top of the mini Reese's Peanut Butter Cup and place it on top of the snowman. Again, I let them stand upside down to set.
- Repeat with all snowmen and let set for a super cute edible holiday craft!
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 621 Total Fat: 31g Saturated Fat: 13g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 8g Cholesterol: 10mg Sodium: 286mg Carbohydrates: 83g Net Carbohydrates: 0g Fiber: 4g Sugar: 62g Sugar Alcohols: 0g Protein: 10g