This holiday have fun making these easy Easter treats to share with the kids. These adorably cute Lamb Pretzel Pops coated in mini marshmallows can be made in minutes and are just too cute.
Have you ever tasted a white chocolate dipped pretzel coated in marshmallows?
I did for the first time when I made these little lamb pretzel pops, and I fell in love with them. The combination of salty and sweet in a white chocolate-covered pretzel always makes me happy, and the addition of soft little puffs of marshmallow with their intense vanilla flavor made my mouth do a happy dance.
I also loved how easy these Easter treats were to make. From start to finish, I made 6 of these cuties in less than 10 minutes.
They are so simple to make because I used one of Wilton's Decorating Kits. It comes with the cute little lamb heads and some mini marshmallows.
The marshmallows in the kit (pictured on the right) are smaller than the miniature marshmallows you find in the grocery store, but I had some even smaller dehydrated marshmallows on hand (pictured on the left,) so I swapped them out and used them instead. If you use the ones in the package, you might want to cut them in half.
To make the lamb pretzel pops, you start by melting some white confectionery coating wafers (Candy Melts) and breaking some pretzel rods in half.
Unfortunately, the Wilton Lamb Cupcake Decorating kits are no longer available, as of this update (2021).
You can make adorable candy lamb heads using black candy melts, candy eyes, and small pink heart sprinkles.
You can see the instructions on my OREO Lambs Lollipops recipe post.
You can also make the lamb heads using Peppermint Patties. For the pretzel pops you'll want to use Mini Peppermint Patties.
Check out my Fluffy Sheep Cupcakes post for step-by-step instructions.
You can see that I piped black candy melts to make the lamb's ears.
- Dip a pretzel rod in the white candy coating then set the dipped pretzel on a layer of tiny marshmallows.
- Press one candy lamb head at the top edge of the pretzel rod.
- If you are making your own homemade lamb heads, press one head in the center then attach two ears on either side.
- Press as many mini marshmallows against the pretzel as will stick.
- Allow the pretzel to dry for a minute or so before moving.
Lamb Pretzel Pops
That's all it takes to create an entire flock of Lamb Pretzel Pops.
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White chocolate-covered pretzels coated in marshmallows and decorated like cute little Easter lambs.
- 2 cups mini marshmallows
- 6 pretzel rods
- 12 ounce bag White Candy Melts
- 1 Wilton Lamb Cupcake Decorating Kit
Pour marshmallows onto a parchment paper-lined baking sheet.
Break pretzel rods in half.
Heat candy melts on high power in the microwave for 15-30 second increments, stirring after each until melted.
Dip one pretzel into the white candy coating.
Remove and allow excess to drip off.
Set onto the marshmallows.
Press on candy lamb head onto the top of the pretzel.
Press marshmallows all around the pretzel.
Let the pretzel sit in the marshmallows to dry before moving.
Repeat creating 12 Lamb Pretzel Pops.
You might also like making these other cute lamb treats for Easter.
Lamb Themed Desserts
- White and Dark Chocolate Nutter Butter Lamb Pops
- Oreo Lamb Lollipops
- Lamb Pretzel Pops
- Rice Krispies Treat Lamb Pops
- Woolly Lamb White Chocolate Bark
- Fluffy Sheep Cupcakes
- S’mores Lamb Cake
You can see over 100 Easter Recipes, here.
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