Halloween Pumpkin Pops and Easy Halloween Party Edible Centerpiece

Halloween Pumpkin Pops and Easy Halloween Party Edible Centerpiece

This post about Halloween Pumpkin Pops and Easy Halloween Party Edible centerpiece has been updated since the original post.  Back in 2010, I  borrowed this idea from a friend who makes over 100 of these each year for her children’s classes. My son was lucky enough to get one last Halloween. It could not be simpler than a few ingredients:

 

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  1. Halloween Pumpkin Pops and Easy Halloween Party Edible Centerpiece 41. Marshmallows
  2. colored chocolate melts in Orange, Green & White
  3. Green pipe cleaners
  4. lollipop sticks
  5. Lollipop bags
  6. Mini Chocolate Chips for Ghosts

Halloween Pops and Easy Halloween Party Centerpiece

My friend made them presented sitting and I thought of another way to use as a centerpiece or as a party favor.  Similar to these Halloween Chocolate Monsters. 
If You want them to sit on a table, simply stick the tip of the stick in melted green chocolate before adding the marshmallow.
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Then dip the entire marshmallow into the orange chocolate.  It is easiest to allow them to dry sitting in floral foam.
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Place a lollipop bag over it and twist the pipe cleaner around for the stem.

For a centerpiece look:

Dollop a little green on top for the stem and place it into the marshmallow.
Place the marshmallow on the stick, and coat with the orange coating.
When dried, poke a hole in the bag, I find it easier to do this before adding the lollipop.
Then twist the pipe cleaner for the stem.  (You could use chocolate chips to decorate jack o lanterns too)
It is easiest to allow them to dry sitting in floral foam.
This time I forgot to add the pipe cleaner on the top but I think it’s still cute and you get the pumpkin idea.
I am sure anyone would love to pick something out of this pumpkin patch! (Old Photo)
How about a spookier centerpiece.  Here we added a Marshmallow Ghost.  This could not be a simpler way to create a fun Halloween Centerpiece that your guests can also take as a party favor.

White Chocolate Ghost Pops Two Ways!

To make Marshmallow ghosts, skewer 3 marshmallows together and then dip. Add chocolate chips for eyes.

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Or simply melt chocolate in a baggie, cut the edge and freehand a ghost on parchment paper and add chocolate chip eyes.

It is easiest to allow them to dry sitting in floral foam.

You can also add these Pretzel Eyeball Halloween Pops to the base of your centerpiece.

Halloween Pumpkin Pops and Easy Halloween Party Edible Centerpiece

Now that we shared these three super fun Halloween Centerpiece lollipops which one do you think you will make?

Be sure to check out these Easy Pumpkin Party Favors

5 Comments

  1. Maria-I made the pumpkin suckers with Isabella and Makayla. They loved doing it. They turned out great. I printed out the directions for them and they had a good time making them. I even bought a block of hay to display what are left. Thanks for sharing your great ideas.

  2. Those are darling! Thanks so much for sharing!
    ~Liz

  3. Totally creative!! What a fabulous idea, missy!! I am happy to be your newest follower and would love to have you as a friend at Frou Frou Decor! Be sure to link up your sweet creations at my weekly party, Fabulous Friday Finds! Hope to see you there!
    Hugs,
    ~Terrell @ Frou Frou Decor~

  4. So darn cute! My kids would love these!!!

  5. My kids would love to make the pumpkins and the ghosts. How cute!

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