Melissa's Cuisine: Frosted Marshmallow Eggs

Friday, April 11, 2014

Frosted Marshmallow Eggs

These adorable Frosted Marshmallow Eggs are the perfect Easter treat!  They're sugary, covered in sprinkles, and perfect for kids.
Melissa's Cuisine:  Frosted Marshmallow Eggs
It's that time of the year when we are surrounded by sweets, particularly sugar coated marshmallows.  Rather than attempt another peeps project, I decided to go with marshmallows that were already created.  However, if you want a good chuckle, feel free to check out my Homemade Marshmallow Walruses Peeps.  And then check out my Marshmallow Bird's Nests, just so you can see that my marshmallow piping skills have improved! :)

I purchased a bunch of spring sprinkles on clearance last year.  The good thing about sprinkles is that they last forever!  Since I purchased them at the end of the season, I didn't have much of a chance to use them last year, so I thought before I miss Easter again this year, I better get busy.

This recipe couldn't be any more simple!  Take your marshmallow egg (or regular marshmallow if you can't find shapes) and cover it with a layer of frosting.  I flavored mine with a packet of Duncan Hines frosting creations.  I used bubble gum flavor, because who doesn't want to go over the top sweet?  You can use any flavor you wish, or just use plain frosting.  Then cover the frosting with sprinkles.  Let the frosting harden and viola, you have a cute spring snack!
Melissa's Cuisine:  Frosted Marshmallow Eggs

Frosted Marshmallow Eggs

Ingredients:
1 bag of Marshmallow eggs
1 container of vanilla frosting
1 packet Duncan Hines frosting creations flavor mix
sprinkles

1.  Combine the frosting and frosting creations.

2.  Spread frosting on the marshmallows and cover with sprinkles.

3.  Place marshmallows on a piece of waxed paper and allow the frosting to dry.

Store in an airtight container.

2 comments:

  1. Oh those are so cute! I bet my kids would love them. I am pinning. Thanks for linking up at the Bloggers Brags Weekly Pinterest Party

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  2. Great idea. Thanks for linking up to Sweet and Savoury Sunday, stop by and link up again. Happy Easter, have a great weekend!

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