Want to learn how to make a marshmallow snowman? Then you’ve come to the right place!
I had the cutest red and white striped straws that were just begging to be used (left over from this Very Hungry Caterpillar baby shower). I decided we would make some marshmallow snowman on a stick, since I had just bought tons of marshmallows and lots of chocolate candy for Christmas.
How to Make Marshmallow Snowmen
- Large marshmallows
- Lollipop sticks, striped straws, or wooden skewers
- Sprinkles (we used black and orange)
- Chocolate candy (we used York peppermint patties and Rolos)
- Any other candy or chocolate you want to use!
- Toothpicks (not pictured)
How to make the marshmallow snowman faces:
We used long skinny black sprinkles for the eyes and mouths, and long orange sprinkles for the carrot noses (our Halloween sprinkles!). We stuck them in carefully and pushed, until there was just a tiny dot exposed.
How to make the marshmallow snowman bodies:
|Made by me…|
|Made by my kiddos…|
My kids made these snowmen. They turned out soooooo cute, I almost didn’t let them eat them! The kids were so proud of their snowmen, too, and even named them and made up little stories about them.
The second snowman has little pretzel glasses on, and the fourth snowman is Abraham Lincoln with his chocolate stovepipe hat and marshmallow beard. Love it!!
The last little animal is a marshmallow hippo of course, straight from the song “I want a hippopotamus for Christmas…”
Here’s how the marshmallow snowman on a stick look all packaged up and ready to give away. I placed them in long plastic pretzel bags. They were the perfect size!
I hope you give this marshmallow snowman craft a try. You can use whatever you have on hand and let your kids (and yourself) get creative. They’ll love making each marshmallow snowman on a stick and getting creative with their cute little snowman faces.
What are your favorite holiday or Christmas treats to make with your kids? Ours are Andes Mint cookies, chocolate no bake cookies, and Special K Bars. Yum!!
Making for my kids xmas fayre!
Sure theyll go a treat