These adorable Mummy Marshmallows are an easy Halloween dessert recipe that just takes some melted candies and a big marshmallow.

Are you ready for this seriously cute Marshmallow Halloween recipe? These adorable Mummy Marshmallows are an easy Halloween recipe that just takes some melted candys and a big campfire marshmallow. Kids are going to love this Halloween Dessert recipe and it is easy enough to make for a Halloween party.

Are you ready for a seriously cute Halloween recipe? These adorable spooky Mummy Mallows (mummy marshmallows…get it?) are a super easy Halloween dessert recipe that is going to make you look like the hostess with the most-ess at this year’s Halloween party!Just look at that face, those eyes, he’s so cute you just want to eat him up…and that’s exactly what your kids are going to do ;).

Are you ready for this seriously cute Marshmallow Halloween recipe? These adorable Mummy Marshmallows are an easy Halloween recipe that just takes some melted candys and a big campfire marshmallow. Kids are going to love this Halloween Dessert recipe and it is easy enough to make for a Halloween party.

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You aren’t even going to believe me when I show you how ridiculously easy these tasty mummy marshmallows are. You’ll need 4 things: Jet-Puffed Stacker Marshmallows (the are large, square, and kind of flat), Candy eyesAlmond bark or white candy melts, and paper straws. To get started push a paper straw into each marshmallow so they can be served on a stick. Then ready your almond bark. I kept this really simple. I didn’t even use a pastry bag. I melted my almond bark in the microwave and then put it in a sandwich baggie and snipped a small piece off of one of the corners.

Let’s take a minute to talk about almond bark. I don’t use white chocolate for things like this because I find that it doesn’t melt as smoothly and it has a tendency to get clumpy when I heat it. Almond bark is inexpensive and melts nice and smooth which is perfect for pipping on or coating something. You can find it the baking aisle of the grocery store. If you don’t want to use almond bark the next best thing is candy melts. I know some people might like candy melts more but I think almond bark coats things even better. Either way they both melt smoothly and go on easily.

Are you ready for this seriously cute Marshmallow Halloween recipe? These adorable Mummy Marshmallows are an easy Halloween recipe that just takes some melted candys and a big campfire marshmallow. Kids are going to love this Halloween Dessert recipe and it is easy enough to make for a Halloween party.

Back to our mummy mallows. Snip off a corner of the sandwich baggie and begin piping the almond bark over the marshmallows. Go back and forth over the marshmallow, throwing in a diagonal line sometimes to give it the look of a messily wrapped mummy. When you are done with the almond bark press two edible eyes into the middle and then move on to the next marshmallow. Each one only takes a minute so this moves pretty fast. Let them dry for an hour or so until the chocolate is fully hardened.

Are you ready for this seriously cute Marshmallow Halloween recipe? These adorable Mummy Marshmallows are an easy Halloween recipe that just takes some melted candys and a big campfire marshmallow. Kids are going to love this Halloween Dessert recipe and it is easy enough to make for a Halloween party.

That’s it! Now you have adorable Halloween treats that you can make into party favors or just put on the table as a fun dessert. Maybe even smoosh them between two graham crackers for a Halloween S’mores. I promise you the parents are going to love them as much as the kids!

Servings: 6
Prep Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 15 mins

Mummy Mallows

These adorable Mummy Marshmallows are an easy Halloween dessert recipe that just takes some melted candys and a big campfire marshmallow.
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Ingredients

  • 6 Jet-Puffed Stacker Marshmallows
  • 1 c Almond Bark or Candy Melts
  • 12 Candy eyes
  • 6 Halloween Straws

Instructions

  • Place almond bark or candy melts in the microwavable bowl or mug. Note: if you are using almond bark you will want to chop it up finely before putting in bowl or mug.
  • Microwave for 30 seconds at a time, stirring in between, until it has melted smoothly.
  • Place marshmallows on the straws and lay them on piece of wax or parchment paper, or a cooling rack over wax or parchment paper.
  • Put the melted bark in a sandwich baggie and snip a little bit off of one corner to make a hole.
  • Pipe bark over the marshmallows going side to side and doing a few diagonal lines.
  • Add two candy eyes.
  • Let bark cool until set.
  • Enjoy!
Nutrition Disclaimer: We are not certified nutritionists. Nutrition facts are an estimate and are provided as a courtesy. They are generated by an online API which recognizes ingredient names and amounts and makes calculations based on the serving size. Results may vary.
Author: Kat Jeter & Melinda Caldwell
Course: Dessert

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