Lego Marshmallow Pops
Legos Legos everywhere! It seems that EVERY little boy I know is obsessed with Legos. A friend of mine, Tami, threw a Lego themed party for her four year old son. She made these adorable Lego Marshmallow Pops inspired by Living Locurto for the treat pales to pass out as favors for all the kiddos. This simple DIY party favor was a big hit at the party. Here is how she made them.
Materials You’ll Need:
- Extra Large Marshmallows
- Large Marshmallows
- 6” Lollipop Sticks
- Yellow Chocolate
- Styrofoam Block
- Wax Paper
- Black Royal Icing or Black Food Marker
- Small Plastic Treat Bags
- Twist Tie or Ribbon
Cut large marshmallows into three pieces. One piece will serve as the top of the Lego persons head (extra-large marshmallow). Place the cut piece on top of the extra-large marshmallow. The cut side will adhere to the extra-large marshmallow.
Insert a 6” lollipop stick into the bottom center of your Lego head.
Follow the yellow chocolate melting instructions on the package and dip each Lego head. Allow it to cool and harden by inserting the stick into a Styrofoam block lined with waxed paper. Yellow chocolate can be purchased at any craft store or online.
When the chocolate is cool and hardened, get creative and draw faces with Black Royal Icing or Black Food Marker. Tami suggests to not use the fine point marker, as it needs to move around a bit.
Package your Lego Marshmallow Pop favor with a plastic treat bag and tie.
Other Lego Party Theme Ideas:
Use Legos to make a Happy Birthday sign for the guest of honor and place it on party table.
Make a small Lego coloring book to give away to each guest.
Thank you, Tami for sharing this! AND and even bigger thanks for the Lego Marshmallow Pop… mmm mmm good!
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