attack of the zombie marshmallows!!!

First we had ghosts. Then we had skeletons. And now….

Just like their predecessors, these are super-easy to make.

how to make zombie marshmallow pops


you will need:*

marshmallows
lollipop sticks
large confetti sprinkles
black and red food coloring pens
light corn syrup

toothpick

*Find the sprinkles and lollipop sticks in the craft store. You can probably find food coloring pens there, too, but I prefer Americolor Gourmet Writers.

what to do:
Lay a marshmallow on its side. Put a dab of corn syrup on the back of a confetti sprinkle with the toothpick and stick on the marshmallows where you want eyes (note some of my zombies only have one eye). Use the markers to draw dots, “x”s, mouths, eyes, blood, whatever you want. Insert a lollipop stick (if you want, see below without stick). You may need to let the corn syrup dry for a couple hours to get the sprinkles to adhere securely.

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Comments

  1. Pink Martini says

    So cute and funny. Couldn't help but laugh when I saw these. A perfect treat for those special ghouls and boys! :)

  2. Paula says

    I know zombies are supposed to be scary and ugly and all, but these are the cutest zombies ever! Kids will certainly get a big kick out of them :)

  3. fergusandme says

    thank you, thank you! i'm having a halloween party for my five year old and his friends, and i randomly bought the world's most gigantic marshmallows the other day, with no actual plan for them. but now i have one!! zombie marshmallows ! hooray! thx again, lynn-anne

  4. Brittany@Meyamo says

    These are so cute and simple-I think they would be a great, easy thing to bring to a Halloween party. Great project!

  5. Mickey says

    Just wanted you to know how much these tickled me! I really am glad I stumbled upon your blog. I made your Zombie Marshmallows today. My kids thank you :)
    mickey

  6. SprinkleBakes says

    This is hilarious! My husband is a zombie freak. He has watched every zombie movie ever MADE and he just sent me this link!! He loves these! (Me too!)

    • meaghanmountford says

      Sally, good eye! I rely on my awesome readers to notice such things. Nope, they didn’t. These facebook pages are getting so many likes and readers and growing at a rapid pace, it’s hard to keep up with them, but most don’t ask permission or worse, LINK to sources! And when confronted, they are mean, horrible, and ask their readers to rally against the blogger who dares ask for a link. I’m leaving a comment right now. Thank you Sally!!

  7. sally says

    good on you Meaghan
    you think a large Australian firm would know better when it comes to property rights.

    Keep up your great work!

  8. sally says

    looks like your going to be ignored.
    you should send your followers over there to demand recognition.
    Simply not good enough :/

    • meaghanmountford says

      Yep… I hear you, Sally. Sometimes I get so upset by this kind of thing I have to turn off my computer and go look at my baby :). Though ignoring is even better than the responses I usually get, about how awful and mean I am for wanting a link to my site. Crazy, right??? But it is heartening to know there are those with ethics out there (like you and others who care about this kind of thing).

  9. says

    I LOVE zombies and of course love these! I made a non edible version using air dry clay to swap with other Girl Scout leaders for Halloween. I’m sure they will be a big hit and if not, at least I love them!

    • meaghanmountford says

      Love it Zigg! I’m going to bookmark your site, too, because my daughter just bridged to Brownies. :)

  10. Andie Paulie says

    Made these one year, time consuming but so worth it. The party these were made for, EVERYONE raved at how cute and awesome these guys were. First thing gone!

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