Marshmallow Pops {10 Ideas for Blessing Others}

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I made 61 marshmallow pops this weekend. When you have four kiddos and a teacher husband, a gazillion pops come in handy. I followed Pioneer Woman’s awesome, easy tutorial and used my Christmas sprinkles. I used 1-1/2 bags of marshmellows and the largest bag of almond bark I could find a Wal-Mart. It turned out to be a fun, easy frugal project which was less time consuming than cake pops because there was no baking necessary. I will definitely be making these again for other holidays interchanging sprinkles. Has anyone made these easy pops?

Here are 9 other frugal, almost as easy, ways to bless others:

cookie dough balls

Frozen Cookie Dough Balls

peppermint cookies

Baked Cookies

cinnamon roll gift

Ready to Bake Cinnamon Rolls

calebs bread

Baked Breads 

power bites

No Bake Protein Bites

pumpkin granola

Granola in a Mason Jar or Bag

granola bars

Granola Bars

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Frozen Meal like potato soup or no boil manicotti or other ideas

easy bcaramel sauce

Caramel Sauce

Who will you bless this Christmas?

4 thoughts on “Marshmallow Pops {10 Ideas for Blessing Others}

  1. Melissa

    Great idea! I’ve never made marshmallow pops before, but I am always looking for ways to bless others.

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