Bake: Lego Head marshmallow pops

Having made a Lego cake for the 5yo’s birthday party, I thought it would be fun to make Lego Head marshmallow pops to put into the party bags.

Lego Head Marshmallow Pops Tutorial: make these great kids party favors with this step by step tutorial

These were so simple to make, and looked really good!

You will need:
Lollipop/cake pop sticks
White chocolate (I used a few chocolate drops)
Yellow M&Ms or smarties
Yellow food spray
Black edible marker

Melt your chocolate, I used the microwave to do this. Pop a marshmallow on a stick, put a blob of chocolate on the top and stick an M&M on. Leave to set for a few minutes. Then, spray your marshmallow yellow. Once dry draw on a Lego head face! Put them into a favour bag and tie. Job done :)












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71 thoughts on “Bake: Lego Head marshmallow pops”

  1. these are genius, genius I tell you! and how much easier to spray the colour onto the mallows rather than dipping them inot yellow colpour melts!
    have pinned these x

    1. mumturnedmom

      Thank you Jenny :) I had planned on using colour melts until I remembered that I’d seen spray and I knew that would be a lot faster and less fiddly!

  2. sarah hill wheeler (@hill_wheeler)

    Would never have guessed it was a marshmallow under that! Great #TastyTuesday.

    1. mumturnedmom

      I don’t know… it’s Wilton brand though, and I’ve heard people mention other Wilton products… I was going to use colour melts and dip them before I found the spray!

  3. These are fantastic!!! WoW Sara amazing. So creative. I need to do these for sure. Love marshmallows. I never knew they made edible marker ink that’s awesome. #tastytuesdays

  4. You are on a baking roll! Last post I read was about awesome cakes now this! I super love mallows! So I dont know if I can do this cuz they might be gone even before I start the project (I have the same problem with oreos recipes =P) #sharewithme

    1. mumturnedmom

      Thanks Merlinda! Marshmallows are ok with me, I’m a vegetarian so generally can’t eat them :)

  5. bavariansojourn

    What a great idea… I made lego head cake pops, but these look even more effective and a lot easier! :D

    1. I had thought of doing cake pops, or dipping the marshmallows in colour melts, but I’m all for making things easy :)

    1. Thank you :) Lego heads went with the Lego cake… and for once this wasn’t a Pinterest idea, it was mine!

  6. Wicked World of Lucas

    I have just had to show Daddy these and you are now his Hero!!!!!! AWESOME!! #sharewithme

  7. Lucas says – These so soooooo MEGA COOOL AWESOME. I can’t breathe as I’m trying to tell the Mother that we MUST make these tomorrow – WOW!!!!!!!!!! #sharewithme

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  9. Kate Williams

    These are brilliant! I’ve never seen food spray before, looks like great fun :) would love it if you shared these with Tuesday Tutorials next week on my blog x

  10. Le Coin de Mel

    What a great idea, they look absolutely brilliant, Sara. I would not be surprised if you announced soon you are opening a cake shop! Mel #TastyTuesdays

  11. These look like alot of fun, although I’d probably end up eating half the ingredients before I made my lego people :) Nom!

  12. hodgepodgecraft

    Absolute gem of an idea – so simple, yet so effective! Thank you so much for sharing the how-to at #Pintorials :)

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    1. mumturnedmom

      Thanks Mel, I’ve just read your post, and bizarrely I tried pen on colour melts last night and it doesn’t work too well :) Really need the food spray for these ones!

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