4th Of July Marshmallow Pops

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These 4th Of July Marshmallow Pops are the perfect way to celebrate your favorite summer holidays! Not only are they super cute but they’re easy to make and even more fun to eat!

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Summer holidays are the best, from grilling out to treating ourselves to all the 4th of July desserts we want! These red, white and blue cheesecake cookies are one of our faves but now there’s a new one sneaking up the list!

4th Of July Marshmallow Pops

The beauty of these marshmallow pops is that they’re so easy to make! You just need a few ingredients and you’ve got the perfect treat for a get-together or a fun dessert to share at home. 

Cut 20 small strips of licorice and set aside. These will be your fuses. Then use a knife to cut small slits in the bottom and top of regular sized marshmallows and push a colorful straw through the bottom.

Marshmallows on blue straws

Melt red candy melts in microwave until smooth. I usually start with a minute, then stir. After that, I microwave in 20 second increments, stirring in between, until candy is completely melted.

Bowl with red candy melts

Dip marshmallows in red chocolate, covering completely.

Dipping marshmallow into red candy melts for 4th Of July Marshmallow Pops

Quickly, before chocolate hardens, add sprinkles around the bottom of the marshmallow and insert a piece of licorice in the top.

Red marshmallow pop with sprinkles

Finish the rest of the marshmallows the same way and you’ve got an awesome 4th of July treat! It’s great for Memorial Day too!

4th of July marshmallow pops on table

These are so delish and I love that you can make them in a matter of minutes! Plus, how cute are they?!!!

4th of July marshmallow pop in hand

These are a lot of fun to make with the kids too! They’ll have SO much fun! Ready to make a batch of your own?

These marshmallow pops are almost too cute to eat (but we’re going to do it anyway!).

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4th Of July Marshmallow Pops

Author Lisa O’Driscoll | Fun Money Mom
Course Holiday Fun
Cuisine American
Prep Time 30 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
These 4th Of July Marshmallow Pops are super easy to make and so much fun to eat! They're the perfect red, white and blue treat for all your summer holidays!



  • Poke a paper straw through each marshmallow.
  • Using a sharp knife, cut a slit into the top of each marshmallow.
  • Cut 20 strips of black licorice. This’ll be your firecracker fuse.
  • Microwave the chocolate melts according to the directions on the package.
  • Dip each microwave into the chocolate melts and immediately add sprinkles along the bottom of the marshmallows.
  • Place black licorice pieces into the top of each marshmallow.
  • Place the chocolate coated marshmallows on wax paper and cool completely.


Serving: 1g | Calories: 29kcal | Carbohydrates: 7g | Sodium: 9mg | Sugar: 5g
The nutrition information provided is an estimate and can vary based on cooking methods and ingredients used.

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