Candy Cane Marshmallow Pops


Looking for a fun treat to share with your children and their friends? These Candy Cane Marshmallow Pops are a seasonal fave! Super fun to make and eat! Great to add to a hot chocolate for additional flavor as well! 

Candy Cane Marshmallow Pops


  • Mini Candy Canes
  • Marshmallows
  • White Candy Melts or Vanilla Almond Bark


Crush several Candy Canes to a fine texture, almost a dust. If the pieces are too big the marshmallows are hard to eat, found that out the hard way.


Insert the Candy Canes into the flat end of the Marshmallows.

In a bowl melt the Candy Melts or Almond Bark according to package directions.

Dip or coat the Marshmallows with a spoon. You don’t need to cover the entire Marshmallow, only about 2/3-3/4 of the way up the side.


Roll the Marshmallow along the inner edge of the bowl to remove excess coating. If you have too much the crushed Candy Cane will slide off of the Marshmallow.

Holding the Marshmallow over the bowl with the crushed Candy Cane, sprinkle and rotate to cover the coated part of the Marshmallow.


Place on a piece of wax or parchment paper and let set up.

Serve or store in an airtight container.

This yummy treat would also be fun to set out for carolers or Santa on Christmas eve.

Happy holidays! 


  1. These look so good, and they are easy to make too, they would be good dipped in chocolate too, mmmm

  2. These are so cute! Love them! 🙂
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  3. How cute are these and so east to make! I think I will make them up for table decorations!

  4. JustUsGirls says

    So easy and looks delicious! The kids are going to love making these. Thanks!!
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  5. So cute and easy to make. A hit for sure.

  6. thriftymommagogo says

    Pinning. There is nothing I love more than white chocolate and candy cane flavour stuff.
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  7. These are great! I really like them. They are easy and pretty.

  8. These look super cute and festive! It would be so much fun to do this with the kids.

  9. we made these for teacher gifts last year!
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  10. Elaine Buonsante says

    What a great Christmas project for Mum & kids!

  11. Deb Dorrington says

    Yummy, I know the kids and I will be making them for the holidays….thanks so much for an easy recipe that the kids can help with.

  12. What a great idea. My daughter would love to make these and they would be great to give out to her friends.

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