Martha Stewart's Skull pops

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Stormy Stewart

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Martha does it again. Here are some way to cute pops for your halloween enjoyment


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Ingredients

  • 2
    regular marshmallows
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    white candy-coated licorice pastels for teeth
  • 2
    black licorice drops for eyes
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    black licorice stick
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    candy stick
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    cellophane bag

How to Make Martha Stewart's Skull pops

Step-by-Step

  1. To make a skeleton head, you'll need two regular marshmallows. With scissors, cut one marshmallow widthwise to expose stickiness and make pieces for the head and jaw. Poke holes with a toothpick to make sticky spots for eyes, teeth, and nose. Poke white candy-coated licorice pastels into jaw for teeth, and press in black licorice drops for eyes. Snip a piece of black licorice twist into a small triangle for the nose, and press into place. Poke a few times with the toothpick into marshmallows to make a large hole for a candy stick. Push candy stick into hole, through jaw, and into skull. Wrap in cellophane bag if desired.

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About Martha Stewart's Skull pops

Course/Dish: Other Snacks
Other Tags: Quick & Easy For Kids



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