A great recipe for a treat for school and Halloween night: Halloween lollipops. And they’re really easy to make, so try it yourself!
Another great treat for Halloween when the children come to the doors for their treat: Halloween lollipops. Not really that difficult, because within a minute or 10 you already have a handful. The most difficult thing is to let them dry. I had previously taken lemonade glasses (the low models) where the lollipops could stand up. There they got the time to dry. But after 10 glasses I still had enough lollipops, but no more glasses. So I got a quiet tea moment to relax (and meanwhile let the lollipops dry).
- You can pack them in a nice cellophane pouch if you want, that gives a little extra cachet. But if you put them on a nice serving tray then that is certainly not necessary.
- I have taken the products at the bakery store. There they have many different types of decorations and ready-made dip ‘and drip in all kinds of colors. But you can use the store-bought glaze that’s available everywhere (or make your own)
- To stay in Halloween style, I grabbed ice sticks and colored them black with a marker. Great effect and certainly the lollipops became more beautiful.
It’s a good taste!
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- 10 Marshmallows
- 1 jar dip 'n drip or glaze, you can colour it with food coloring
- 1 jar Halloween decoration candy
- Prick the marshmallows to the ice cream sticks
- Put the decoration candy in a small bowl.
- Dip the top of the marshmallow in the dip'n drip (or glaze).
- Circle the marshmallows through the decoration candy.
- Put the stick in a glass and let the marshmallow dry. That will take about 30 minutes
- 10 lolli pop sticks or ice cream sticks (which you can give a colour with a marker if you want)
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