Wednesday, July 29, 2009

How to win friends and impress people.

This is the easiest "recipe" in history. And I use that word loosely.

Get some toothpicks, large marshmallows, chocolate, and sprinkles.
You see where this is going, don't you?
Gosh you gals are smart!!


I like to melt the chocolate in a coffee mug. It makes it deep enough to dunk the marshmallows in.
And goodness knows, I don't use them. I use super tall extra grande cups for my coffee.



Stab, dip, dip, look in amazement at your creation, place it on wax paper, repeat.


Take them to a party and prepare for people to oooh and ahhh over your crazy mad skillz.


Now you could really get creative.
What about dipping them in milk chocolate and coconut?
Dip them in crushed peppermint for the holidays.
Crushed Oreos.
Oh! And did you know that now they make pink marshmallows that are strawberry flavored?
Dip those in dark chocolate.

Yeah.

36 comments:

Rhonda said...

I may use this idea for a baby shower this Saturday! Can't wait to try!

Pink Lemonade Bags said...

very cool. bff!!!!

Elizabeth said...

what a great, easy idea that looks classy & expensive. good for kid's party too.

Elizabeth said...

what a great, easy idea that looks classy & expensive. good for kid's party too.

kraftykash said...

How fun and creative are you! What a good idea.

Casey said...

Awesome idea!! Looks yummy and frugal. My kids will love it! Thanks for sharing.

Polka Dot Moon said...

mmmm......mmmmm! What a delish idea bloggy friend :)

MariaSoleil said...

They have toasted coconut marshmallows at my store. I'm thinking those would be divine covered in chocolate...

nikki/WhiMSy love said...

Yummy sweetness! You could also use pretzel sticks to hold them onto---that way you could eat EVERYTHING! Nummy.

Kelly said...

All I can say is Yummm!

Erica said...

those look super yummy!

Laura said...

I am TOTALLY going to melt DARK CHOCOLATE and dip them in CRUSHED GRAHAM CRACKER..s'mores on a stick!!!!

Annie and i currently planning her CANDYLAND birthday party..what a fun activity for the kids to do! THANKS!

Chele said...

Awesome idea! Thanks for sharing! Easy enough for me! And I'm sure my kids would love that one!!

Kandis said...

I am sooooo making these for our family get together this weekend! Thanks Beki!!!

the wild raspberry said...

how fun is that?! my girls would love to make these....
and i looked up joshua radin~what a great soothing voice!!
hugs~
chasity

Kori said...

Yummy!

Elizabeth said...

I'm going to try this with my daughter. She will love it! Thanks!

Beadin By The Sea said...

Great idea Beki. Very impressive indeed!

Ruth said...

Yum!! I'm definitely trying this... the darker the chocolate, the better!

Trasie Bressler said...

You are so fun and creative...Do you need any more in real life friends? LOL :)

I can't wait to try these with my kids....infact I think we will try this very thing today since the weather didn't hold up for our swimming adventure. I don't feel like bowling today so marshmallow dunking it will be!

Thanks for the great ideas!

rentz said...

Yummy. I just saw this idea on another blog and thought I'm gonna try that. Now I really will. If Beki does it, I must too! hahaha. Except I don't have fancy schmancy toothpicks like you.

gina said...

Okay I am going to rock out this year's classroom parties- just wait!!

Graceful Moments said...

So quick and simple...that's what I love about it!

erin said...

yum! totally trying this!

Holly Wilcox said...

Thank you for posting this!! Just in time... I was looking for a craft for the kids to do next week at our family reunion.

Whitni Ann said...

MMM I'm so doing this with my brothers sometime this week! :) And I know you're there! You're my favorite reader simply because you let me know you're there! Yay! Haha can't wait to see the cupcakes and cookies :)

Ms. Tee said...

Oh, these are really cute! I made some a while back with coconut and chocolate - yumm. I've never thought of the crushed peppermint - that is an awesome idea!

will89 said...

Wow thats a really good and easy idea. I will definitely try it

Flowers Pictures said...

Nice information you have given here.

ArtSnark said...

what fun!

Molly said...

Now I'm craving chocolate and masrhmallows!!!! I will try this for an upcoming par-tay!!! Have a happy Thursday!!
~Molly P

Natalie (Veer) Klassen said...

I was just thinking to actually make some of these! Great minds think alike =) love it!

Rosebud Collection said...

What a neat idea..since there are not any children here..Oh well, guess I will have to try this for hubby and myself..Thanks..

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Tara said...

love this! does this make them a low fat treat, due to the marshmellow? just wondering!

Whimsical Creations said...

I have made smores on a stick for the past couple years to celebrate my son's birthday at school. Marshmallows dipped in Milk Chocolate then covered in crushed graham crackers.