Marshmallow Flowers

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Ashley M. www.cobornsblog.com
Ashley M.

Spring is one of my favorite times of the year. I love the bright colors that come with the season. It’s also a busy time of the year for most people. So here is a quick, fun project to make by yourself or with the kids for all the events that will be popping up on the calendars this season! These are great since they work for Easter, weddings, birthday parties and so much more.

What you’ll need:

  • Food Club Dunksters Cookies
  • Frosting
  • Marshmallows, Regular and Mini
  • Sugar Sprinkles
  • Small baggies
  • Small bowl
  • Cake Pop Sticks (optional)

Directions for mini marshmallow flowers:

  • Take small baggie and pour in sugar sprinkles.
  • Cut diagonally across the mini marshmallows and put both halves in baggie; repeat.
  • One a good amount of marshmallows are in baggie, seal it and shake to coat the sticky side with sprinkles.
  • Take a dunksters cookie and put a layer of frosting on one side.
  • Take out marshmallow halves and place along outside edge of the cookie with the sprinkle side up.
  • Do a second, smaller circle inside the larger one.
  • Place a bit of yellow frosting or sprinkles in center, if desired.
  • Carefully slide cake pop stick into the creme filling of cookie, if desired.

Directions for regular marshmallow flowers:

  • Take small bowl and pour in sugar sprinkles
  • Cut regular sized marshmallow into 5 slices.
  • Add sugar sprinkles to one side of each slice.
  • Take a dunksters cookie and put a layer of frosting on one side.
  • Arrange 5 marshmallow slices onto cookie to make 5 petals, overlapping slightly.
  • Place a bit of yellow frosting or sprinkles in center, if desired.
  • Carefully slide cake pop stick into the creme filling of cookie, if desired.

These cookies make a beautiful cookie bouquet or a cute cookie tray as well. If you want to get more creative you could also put the cake pop stick in first, and dip the cookie in chocolate before doing the marshmallow flower. Do a variety of sprinkle colors or even mix the colors to add variety to the flowers.

Check out the video to see just how quick and easy these awesome marshmallow flowers are to make!

Have Fun and Happy Easter!
Ashley Maurer,
Coborn’s Inc. Graphic Designer

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