We are so excited to do a guest post for our dear friends, Hong and Kim of The Ravenous Couple. Hong and Kim write a beautiful blog that centers around Vietnamese recipes. They share great stories, recipes and photos on their blog. They are getting married at the end of July and the month leading up to the wedding can be tremedously stressful. So we are sharing a recipe on their blog so that we can help free up some of their time so that they can focus on the big day. Marshmallow pops are a fun and easy treat to whip up in little time. Kids simply adore these treats and it’s a fun recipe to make together with your child. You can dip the marshmallow and the kids can decorate. It’s a great red, white and blue treat for 4th of July!
Head on over to their blog to continue reading and Happy Independence Day!
These marshmallow treats look divine. A perfect treat for kids. Adults too. Love it. Thanks for sharing.
Happy 4 th of July to you.
So cute and festive!
Adorable. The kids will really love this!
I have to say that I’ve seen several versions of marshmello pops on the food blogs lately, however….yours are actually the cutest, most stylish ones around! Excellent designs!!!
These are soooo adorable!!! Great job and I can’t wait to taste them
Velva: Thank you!! Hope you had a wonderful 4th of July!
Jen: Thank you and such a cinch to make!
Nancy @ skinnykitchen.com: Thanks! It’s definitely a hit with the kids!
Beth: Awww…thank you so much – you’re too kind!
Kim: Woothoo! Thanks for having me guest post! It was fun and I’m looking forward to whipping up some for your wedding! 🙂
Totally adorable! Such a great EASY idea! I want to make some that look like beach balls for this weekend… wonder if I can pull that off? LOL
Averagebetty: Thank you!! Oh beach balls would be cute! I can’t wait to see how they turn out! 🙂
Happy 4th of July, Quyen! (A week late, of course.) 🙂 These marshmallow pops are such a quick and fun way to entertain and please the kids. Thanks for sharing!