Beth Jackson Klosterboer is the author of Hungry Halloween featuring Movie Monster Munchies, Bewitched Buffet, and Dead Man\'s Diner. She has been a chocolatier and party planner for over 20 years and creates edible crafts which she features on her her blogs, http:www.HungryHappenings.com and http://www.HungryHalloween.com.
Marshmallows, parties and kids are a recipe for great fun. These fun and tasty Marshmallow Candle Kabobs are sure to be a big hit at your next birthday party.
Extra Long Lollipop Sticks
For each birthday candle I used 5 marshmallows. I cut one in half then cut another into the shape of a flame.
I poked each with a toothpick, dipped it in water, shook off the excess, sprinkled on colored sugar, then allowed them to dry overnight. Of course, I had to pop a few in my mouth while I was working, and that\'s when it hit me; these decorated marshmallows taste so much like Peeps and I don\'t have to wait for a holiday to buy them. Yay!
In the morning, I brushed my extra long lollipop sticks with some shortening and added my marshmallows. That\'s it. It was that easy.
Package in cellophane bags and tie with ribbons to give as party favors or simply arrange in a large vase or on top of a cake.
This craft is reprinted courtesy of Hungry Happenings.