Homemade marshmallows taste so much better than store-bought, and can be made up to a week in advance. Sandwich each piece between graham crackers and tie with candy ribbon to create a seasonal s'more treat that is just waiting to be dipped in the chocolate fondue! Label the sweets with a printable Rudolph buffet card.
Mini candy bones give these marshmallow treats a crunchy texture kids love. To create them, skewer a regular-sized marshmallow onto a 6-inch lollipop stick. Dip into melted chocolate and, while the chocolate is still warm, roll in candy bones. For perfect presentation, display in small cupcake liners and top each stick with a little black bow.
Kids big and small will have a blast making (then devouring!) these cute, easy-to-create treats. You will need the following supplies: 12x12 mint-green scrapbook paper (each sheet will make 10 trees), 6" paper doilies, lollipop sticks, marshmallows, milk chocolate morsels, baking sheet, double-boiler or 2 small pots, wax paper, scissors, glue stick, clear tape, pencil and ruler.
White chocolate-covered pretzels and marshmallows combine to create a fun Halloween treat that kids will love helping to assemble before they devour them. Try placing your completed skeletons in a spooky setting for added impact.
Take your hot chocolate to the next level by supplying guests with gourmet ingredients aimed at spicing up this yuletide favorite. Colored, handmade marshmallows are a brunch favorite, as are holiday-colored sprinkles.
Add liquors to hot cocoa in a mug. Stir to combine. Add marshmallows to top of mug and brown with a culinary torch or under the broiler of your oven. To broil, position the rack so that the top of the marshmallows are 2-3 inches from the heat source. Watch the marshmallows closely as they can go quickly from browned to burnt.
To serve, sprinkle the top with graham cracker crumbs and a graham cracker dipped in melted chocolate, if desired.