Halloween Marshmallow Pops

Halloween Marshmallow Pops couldn’t be easier or more festive. Everyone’s going to want one the minute they get to your Halloween party!

Halloween Marshmallow Pops are the handheld treat you want at your Halloween party. Colorful and delicious.

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We spent a lot of time at Cedar Point this summer. If you’re not familiar with Cedar Point, it’s an amusement park in Sandusky, Ohio that boasts 71 rides, including 17 roller coasters, kiddie lands, live shows, etc. It’s also dubbed the Roller Coaster Capital of World, so if coasters are your thang, you probably want to add a visit to Cedar Point to your bucket list, pronto.

Elle fell in love with the place immediately, so we splurged and purchased season passes because we knew we’d get a lot of summer bang for our buck. It’s pretty much the perfect place to take your toddler when you’ve had enough of the water table and Elmo’s World. She has been obsessed with widing wides (riding rides) since we stepped foot in Kiddie Kingdom.

Halloween Marshmallow Pops are like cake pops but much easier. You'll make them for every occasion!

Although Cedar Point has an amazing selection of rides, their food selection in kind of meh. Sure, there are stand outs like Cheese on a Stick – I mean it’s fried cheese on a stick, how could this possibly be a bad thing? And Salt Water Taffy – which is one of my favorite things on Earth, but other than that, nothing really screams amazing. Wait… they have Oreo Funnel Cake Fries, so there’s that.

One day we decided to take a stroll through the candy shop to scope out the fresh taffy and I noticed a display of giant marshmallows covered in colorful candy and loads of sprinkles. This is the kind of amusement park food I could get behind. Of course, I immediately snapped a photo because I knew I wanted to recreate them at home for Halloween.

These Halloween Marshmallow Pops are the perfect application for Campfire® Giant Roasters. They lend themselves perfectly to attaching all sorts of delicious candy, making this an easy treat to whip up for your Halloween party. I love Giant Roasters anyway, because when it comes to s’mores, of the trifecta, marshmallows are the best part as far as I’m concerned. Especially with just a little char on the outside.

Halloween Marshmallow Pops are so easy to make. And simple to eat!

There’s no char here, but that’s okay, because there’s candy! Candy on top of candy. How could that go wrong? And think of all the different ways you can make these pops festive for different holidays. They’d be exceptionally cute at Christmas time too.

As you may remember, I’m partnering with Emily from Jelly Toast and Campfire® Marshmallows. You’ll see more recipes from us, and even more exciting stuff as the year goes on.

We even created a Marshmallow Madness Pinterest board where we’ll pinning loads of delicious marshmallow recipes for the holidays. Just like this delicious Cranberry Fluff

If you love marshmallow-y things as much as I do, be sure to check out my S’mores Cookie Cups and these Pumpkin S’mores Bars.

Halloween Marshmallow Pops

Yield: 12 servings

Prep Time: 5 minutes


  • 12 Campfire® Giant Roasters
  • 1 10-ounce bag candy melts
  • assorted sprinkles


  1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a silicone baking mat.
  2. Insert a lollipop stick into each Campfire® Giant Roaster.
  3. Melt candy melts according to  package directions.
  4. Working with one marshmallow at a time, spoon the melted candy over the sides of a marshmallow and allow the excess to drip back into the bowl. Immediately coat with festive sprinkles. Place marshmallow on prepared baking sheet until the candy coating is set.
  5. Repeat with remaining marshmallows.


The black plastic lollipop sticks are by Wilton and the sprinkles are from Sweetapolita on Etsy.

Halloween Marshmallow Pops are the handheld treat you want at your Halloween party. They're simple and adorable!

14 Responses to “Halloween Marshmallow Pops”

  1. Tori — September 30, 2015 at 5:07 am

    Simple, spooky, and adorable! Love these!

  2. Erin @ Texanerin Baking — September 30, 2015 at 7:15 am

    Candy on top of candy is always good. I’ve never seen such gigantic marshmallows! I’m definitely going to look for them. These pops are just too cute to not try! I really, really love these pictures, by the way. :)

  3. Carolyn — September 30, 2015 at 8:44 am

    These might be the ultimate Halloween treat!

  4. Lori @ RecipeGirl — September 30, 2015 at 11:45 am

    What a fun and irresistible treat! 

  5. Heather — August 9, 2016 at 5:11 pm

    Where did you get the adorable sticks you used in the marshmallows?

    • Jamie — August 10th, 2016 at 9:28 am

      Hi, Heather! The sticks are from Wilton. I’m only seeing brown sticks at the moment, but maybe the black ones will be back for Halloween.

  6. LeVa — September 19, 2016 at 9:02 pm

    Um… try outside in the trees.. they can be washed and painted with non toxic paint. Have done it for years.. works great. Can also be pained white for Christmas projects. Like snowmen marshmallows. 

    • Jamie — September 20th, 2016 at 11:50 am

      Great suggestions, LeVa!

  7. Sheila — September 25, 2016 at 6:36 am

    I’ve made them using pretzel sticks. Really cute and you eat the whole thing!

    • Jamie — September 25th, 2016 at 3:33 pm

      Pretzel sticks are a great idea, Sheila!

  8. Maurita — October 21, 2016 at 4:58 pm

    Hi…I used Wilton black candy melts but nowhere as shiny as yours on my marshmallows ..any suggestions? BY the way, yours are beautiful looking!

    • Jamie — October 21st, 2016 at 7:40 pm

      Ya know, I purchased some of the black melts recently and noticed the exact same thing. Try adding a tiny bit of coconut oil or shortening to your melts, it might help a bit. Thanks so much for stopping by.

  9. Sorry Images — October 23, 2016 at 3:52 am

    So cute! Love how easy these are!

    • Jamie — October 24th, 2016 at 12:13 pm

      Thank you so much!

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