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These sweet Melted Snowman Candy Pops might just be the cutest thing I’ve ever made. I originally shared these over at Crafts Unleashed and I couldn’t wait to share them here. If you’re a fan of white chocolate, you need to make these candy pops especially if you’re snowed in like we are.
It’s another snow day here in Va. Beach which is a pretty big deal because we hardly ever get snow. So, what do you do when it’s cold and snowing outside? You make Melted Snowman Candy Pops!
Not only are they easy to make but it’s the perfect winter to craft to make when you’re stuck in the house. Just melt the chocolate, gather all the fun supplies, and have fun decorating the chocolate to look like snowmen.
What’s not to love about an edible craft?! I’ve also come to the conclusion that the best projects are the ones you can eat. These adorable melted snowman pops are fun to make and even more fun to eat. The hardest part is waiting long enough for the chocolate to set before you can eat them.
Supplies needed to make your own Melted Snowman Pops:
- Make’n Mold® Candy Melts: White, Vanilla Wafers
- Make’n Mold® Chocolate Candy Lollipop Sticks: 4.5 inches, 50 pack
- Make’n Mold® Squeeze Bottles
- Wilton® Candy Eyeballs
- SweetWorks® Red Sixlets Candy
- Candy Corn Candy or other orange candy
- Mini chocolate peanut butter cups, cut in half
- Pretzel Sticks
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Add candy melts to squeeze bottle and melt according to the directions on the back of the bag.
Squeeze chocolate out onto parchment paper in the shape of a melted snowman and add a lollipop stick. This is the best part because you can’t mess this up.
Press candy into melted chocolate to look like a snowman. Let the candy set before removing from parchment paper.
Now, it’s time to enjoy these sweet treats.
Aren’t they adorable. They’re almost too cute to eat. I guess we better just make more because we’ve already eaten a few.