Other

Santa Hat Marshmallow Snacks

Santa Hat Marshmallow Snacks



We are searching data for your request:

Forums and discussions:
Manuals and reference books:
Data from registers:
Wait the end of the search in all databases.
Upon completion, a link will appear to access the found materials.

Ho ho ho! Who wouldn't go for these cute Santa treats made from marshmallows and strawberries?MORE+LESS-

24

fresh strawberries, hulled

2

cups white frosting (vanilla, cream cheese, or other)

Hide Images

  • 1

    Begin by using an edible marker to draw eyes and a mouth on each marshmallow.

  • 2

    Use a piping bag to pipe the frosting onto each marshmallow to create a Santa beard, and then pipe over the top of the marshmallow to create hair and an adhesive surface for the strawberries.

  • 3

    Place one strawberry, cut side down, on top of each marshmallow. Top with a small ball of frosting for the Santa hat.

No nutrition information available for this recipe

More About This Recipe

  • Ho ho ho! Who wouldn’t go for one of these cute Santa Hat Marshmallow Snacks?!‘Tis the season for all things Santa! So why not continue the celebration of Mr. Clause and his classic red hat with these adorable little marshmallow snacks?!These seriously could not be easier. Just use an edible marker to draw on Santa’s eyes and mouth (or you could pipe on melted chocolate). Then use frosting to add a fluffy beard and hair, top it with a strawberry, and you’re good to go!If you have kids in the house, this would be a fun project to get them involved the kitchen. Or you can just bring out the crafty kid in you and enjoy creating all of your mini Santas. Either way it will be a jolly good time.Cute and yummy Santa treats! What a fresh break from traditional cookies, too!
  • Tis the season -- to munch a bunch! Here are some great recipes to get you going.

Santa Hat Rice Krispie Treats

Rice Krispie treats are a holiday favorite. They&rsquore easy, fun to make with the kids, and delicious.

This Christmas, why not take them over the top? You and your kids can have fun turning those everyday Rice Krispie Treats into something fun and festive.

If you visit Crayons & Cravings often, you will know that I am quite the decorated Rice Krispie Treat fan.

I love sharing fun holiday Rice Krispie Treat ideas like Grinch Rice Krispie Treats, Christmas Tree Rice Krispie Treats, and these fun Santa Hat Treats.


Santa Party Poppers

I’ve taken to calling anything on a short stick a “popper” because you can pop it into your mouth and enjoy in one or two bites.

Make sure you slice your banana into chunks evenly and straight to ensure that they do not lean or tip over once assembled.

What&rsquos a better thing to do to the evil Grinch who stole Christmas than to eat him? These little Grinches in Santa hats are made using the green grape for the Grinch face, and the strawberry, banana and mini marshmallow for the Santa hat! These Crinch fruit kabobs are so cute and delicious, everyone loves them! They&rsquoll be the talk of the Holiday party and will disappear in seconds!

Made out of fruits with just a tiny marshmallow on top, these Grinch fruit kabobs will be the healthiest thing at your Christmas party :) Cute sweet yummy things that are healthy too &ndash that&rsquos always a winner! You can serve these Grinch fruit skewers as either appetizer or dessert. Finger foods are always welcome at any party!

These Christmas fruit kabobs are always a hit! Kids and adults will fight over who gets them :) If your task is to provide kid-friendly food for the Holiday gathering, these fruit skewers are awesome for the kids. Even the pickiest eaters usually like grapes, bananas, strawberries and marshmallows, especially when presented in the shape of the Grinch!

Christmas Grinch fruit skewers are a great project to make with the kids. Children will love putting together Grinch&rsquos head in the Santa&rsquos hat! And it will be so fun to eat the Grinch all up! You can even go as far as drawing the Grinch&rsquos face with the cake decorating writing gel :)

Edible writing gel is usually found in most large supermarkets in the baking isle next to the sprinkles. All you need to do to use it is cut off the tip of the gel bottle, then squeeze it and draw the faces!

The Grinch faces will rub off if the fruit skewers are stacked on top of each other and touching, so if you intend on making large quantities of these Grinch fruit kabobs, leave the faces off. If you are just making one plate of these fruit kabobs, faces can make them even more fun!

Making the Grinch fruit kabobs is super easy. No cooking is needed, and you can assemble them in 5 minutes flat! Make them no longer than 1 hour before the party to avoid browning of the bananas.

Here&rsquos what you need: green grapes, banana, strawberries, mini-marshmallows and toothpicks. First, slice the banana into thin rounds. Then cut the bottom off the strawberry. Next, stack the strawberry and banana together. If the strawberry is large, you&rsquoll see that it&rsquos circumference is much larger than banana, and in this case, cut off more from the strawberry until the size of the strawberry bottom is the same as the banana round. Put the toothpick inside the grape, then tread the banana, strawberry and mini marshmallow onto the toothpick, so the marshmallow is on the very top.

If the toothpick is too short and is not sticking out from the bottom of the grape, insert another toothpick into the bottom of the grape, so people have the toothpick to grab on to. If desired, draw the Grinch faces using the edible writing gel pen. That&rsquos all there is to making these Christmas Grinch fruit kabobs!


DIY Banana Marshmallow Santa Heads Disaster

I assembled all my ingredients and even added some fruit roll ups, thinking &ldquoI will give him a scarf!&rdquo.

I also got some mini marshmallows for the hat topper instead of a piece of a big marshmallow like the original project had. I was getting very confident now. (second mistake. &ldquoPride goeth before the fall,&rdquo as they say.)

I cut my bananas and marshmallows into evenly sized pieces. This shows just how confident I was at this point. I thought I&rsquod have them done in a flash&hellipand did not think to keep the banana (which turns brown) until the last cut. LOL

My little project was coming along just beautifully. I added the Little scarves from strips of my fruit roll up.

I even thought about using a bit of frosting to keep the layers together since I thought that the original (poorly thought out, in my silly arrogant thinking) project needed something to sort of glue the pieces together.

By this time, I had a nice little assembly line going. I used the frosting to make my little Santa hats. Now, have a look at the one in the front row. This should have been my first &ldquooh oh&rdquo moment.

It was starting to topple a little, and the strawberry was sort of slipping off the marshmallow rim. But confident that I was, I trudged on, because NOW, I was ready to assemble the figure and take the picture for this article.

I tried the M & Ms for his red nose and nothing I could do made it stick to the, by now, very slippery banana. It just fell right off, frosting on the back and all.

But I gave him a dark nose and called it good. He looks a bit more like a dog than a Santa but at least he is a whole piece.

Now, I don&rsquot really have very good photos of the next stage. I was laughing too hard to hold the camera. My first little guy was holding up just fine. But every other Santa kept falling apart.

The hats would slide off&hellipthe heads would slip forward&hellipthe eyes would fall out. Nothing was working. And I still had no good photo, of the project, in spite of having at least 45 minutes into the darn thing.

Ah ha! My light bulb moment. You need to use toothpicks to get them to stay together, not frosting!

Now this worked like a charm, with one exception. The toothpicks were too short to reach the small top marshmallow on the hat!

So, I kept the top marshmallow with frosting under it and finished off my Santa (dog &ndash he really is starting to look as though he will say woof woof at any moment.) &ldquoNo worries, I thought, I&rsquoll just call my project Santa doggies.)

So I trudged on and finished my Santa &ldquodogs&rdquo. I will omit how the kept trying to topple over and how I had to put frosting the plate, and how I was laughing and cackling as this project disintegrated before my eyes&hellipoh wait&hellipI just told you that, didn&rsquot I?

Notice the Santa in the front row on the right. He gives you an idea of what was happening on this plate as I madly hurried to finish them off. I snapped the picture and thought I was done, and could sort of &ldquofake it.&rdquo

The following photos show my punishment for such naughty thoughts. It is what I call my time lapse photos, over the course of about 20 seconds.

And the little guy standing in the back row? That is my very first one! He is determined, I&rsquoll give him that!

Moral of my story? Do not think you can improve on what was a pretty perfect project to start with.


Watch the video: Funny Christmas candies - Marshmallows penguin (August 2022).