Halloween Marshmallow Pops


The last few months of the year are seriously my favorite. Why? Because I get to let my creative juices flow.

I love creating things. I love crafty things. AHHH!! It’s so exciting!!

So last year I created some adorable Halloween Marshmallow Pops that included a Mummy, Pumpkin, Frankenstein, and a Vampire.

I can’t tell you how long I have been waiting to create more Halloween Marshmallow Pops for you. I sketched out several ideas a couple months back, I actually had several jotted down, but decided to narrow it down to just 4.

Halloween Marshmallow Pops

A Zombie, a Bat, a Witch, and a Skeleton!

You might look at these and think, “I can’t do that. It’s too complicated, too time consuming, too many parts, etc…” 

I’m here to tell you, that you CAN do this. It’s EASY. Let me show you how.

There are a lot of pictures here, but it’s to help you understand how easy these are to make. Let’s get started!!

You will need some colored Candy Melts. I picked these up at Walmart, but you can find them at craft stores in the cake decorating isle as well. You also can purchase them here on Amazon.

Melt the chocolate in a mug according to the package instructions. I prefer using a mug because it’s deeper and allows you to easily dip the marshmallows in the chocolate.

For the Zombie I used a light blue color.

Put marshmallows on sucker sticks. Again, you can find the sucker sticks in the cake decorating isle of Walmart or craft stores, and here on Amazon.

Push the stick into the center of the marshmallow, but not out the other end.

Dip the marshmallow in the colored chocolates. For the Zombie, I dipped the marshmallow then swirled in around the cup, slapping it on the sides, to give it a beat up/skin falling off sort of look.

Add some candy eyeballs. The eyeballs are in the cake decorating isles and here on Amazon.

For the Zombie I placed the eyeballs off centered and smushed them in the chocolate a little to give it more character.

Add the details. I used some red and black sugar crystals to decorate the Zombies.

Red = blood. Black = dirt/gravel? Haha, I don’t know…

Add the mouth with a black sparkle gel frosting tube from Wilton. I use this for all my marshmallow pops, and it’s so easy.

Zombie Marshmallow Pop! {Full picture tutorial included}


Wasn’t that easy?! I think these Zombies are so fun, everyone will love these un-dead creatures!

Ready to make the Witch? 

Here’s what you need-

Melt the green chocolates according to package instructions.

Dip your marshmallow on a stick into the dark green chocolates.

Add the hair by rolling the covered marshmallow in chocolate sprinkles. Leave about 1/3 of the marshmallow free of sprinkles for her face.

Add the bottom of the hat by using one half of an Oreo cookie.

Give her some eyeballs. Place them somewhat close together. Press in and slightly push up to giver her some eyebrow dimension.

Let the witches dry by sticking the bottom end of the sucker stick into a styrofoam brick (found in the fake flower department of craft stores).

Add a drop of chocolate to the top of her hat, once the Oreo has had a chance to dry to the top of her head. If you do it too early, the weight of the kiss on top might make her hat slip off.

Put a Kiss on top to finish her hat.

Let it dry, then use the black sparkle gel pen to draw on a mouth. I also had a green sparkle gel pen that I used to give her a little wart. hehe.

Witch Marshmallow Pop! {Full picture tutorial included!}

Not as difficult as you thought, right?! You can totally impress your friends and family with these fun pops that are soooo yummy to eat too!

Let’s make the Bat! 

Melt some dark chocolate candy melts according to package instructions.

Cut an Oreo in half. This can be a little tricky to do without crushing them, so just go slow and use a sharp knife.

Lay them out (like pictured above) on a sheet of wax paper.

Dip marshmallow in chocolate.

Lay on top of the Oreo cookies.

Add some eyeballs. 

Leave the Bat’s laying on the Oreos until they have dried completely. Once they are dry, you can use that trusty black gel pen to draw on the mouth.

I just drew a straight line across, then pulled the edges down slightly to make it look like fangs.

Bat Marshmallow Pop! {Full picture tutorial included, plus other Halloween inspired marshmallow pops}

Isn’t the Bat so cool!? It took me a while to figure out how to do the wings. I love it!

It gets even easier with the Skeleton! 

Melt your white chocolate melts according to package instructions.

Dip your marshmallow. 

Let dry. 

Decorate with black gel frosting pen.

Skeleton Marshmallow Pop!

So. Easy.

My daughter has a Jack Skellington alarm clock, so I glanced at that when I decided how to draw the skeleton face. Just two big round eye balls, two small dots for the nose, and a big U that goes from one side of the face to the other for the mouth.

Anyone can make this guy!

Skeleton Marshmallow Pop!

These fun Halloween Marshmallow Pops will be the star of your Halloween party!

Don’t forget to go check out the Pops from last year too, those are just as simple!

Halloween Marshmallow Pops {full picture tutorials included!}

Happy Halloween!

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  1. Those are adorable. Especially that bat!

    • If I were making these for a party how far ahead of time could I make them?

      • Hi Nora! Since they are just marshmallows covered in chocolate, you can make these up to a week ahead of time. Just make sure to store them in an air tight container so the cookies (if you make the witch or bat) stay fresh. I have a large baking sheet that has a cover, and I would just lay the pops in it that. Make sure to get one of those styrofoam blocks (that they stick fake flowers into), to hold up the pops for display. These guys are so fun, hope you enjoy! :)

    • Thanks Stephanie! My kids went crazy for the bat. I love how simple it is to make! :)

  2. Wow, you’re pretty darn talented! My fav is the bat, so cool…

  3. I’m going to make these for my daughter’s Halloween party at school. How many does one bag of chocolate make? Also, do I really need the Styrofoam? I was going to place them in plastic bags for the kids.

    • Hi Jennifer! The styrofoam is for letting the marshmallow pops dry. If you don’t want to get the styrofoam you can lay them on wax paper to dry (like I did with the Bat). As for the chocolate- I would say 1 cup of chocolate would make 10 marshmallow pops, possibly more if you make the marshmallow pops with a thin coat. I hope that helps, and have fun! :)

  4. Any idea how to do an owl? My daughter liked them but thought all others besides the bats were freaky.

  5. Hi u know the bats if I made them today and put them in pop bags will they last till Sat thanks for yr inspirational ideas fantastic!! Nicky

  6. This is a perfect addition for my halloween haunt this year. Thanks.

  7. OMG, Love this! Going to make these for our party and post a link to them on my blog. Your Rock!

  8. Wilton melts are not reusable and gel is messy, does not dry. What a mess!

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