If you are looking for an inexpensive gift idea, a cute Easter basket stuffer, or an excellent fundraiser, check out these Peeps-inspired chick marshmallow pops.
Marshmallow chicks are very inexpensive, as are the bamboo or paper skewers, and despite being a little sticky, the pops do not take a lot of time to create.
How to make a chick marshmallow pop
Making a Peeps pop is simple. Just gently press the marshmallow chick onto the stem while twisting the stem back and forth slowly. Push the chick down as far as you would like for it to be. Then, repeat with additional chicks.
One of the keys to making this look great is in keeping the tail of the chick up so that the skewer passes underneath.
To sell these for a fundraiser or to boost your income, find a cute way to package the marshmallow pops. Then, take orders from family and friends.
Each pop costs about $0.50 to create but can market for between $1 and $2, depending on your location and how you package it.
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