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This post rounds up 5 really gorgeous marshmallow recipes that are perfect for Christmas kids’ crafts.
Easy Christmas Marshmallow Craft Recipes
Ready for some super easy Christmas marshmallow craft recipes?
Marshmallow crafts are SO much fun.
They also tend to be super easy.
So Christmas marshmallow craft recipes come high up on my list of things to keep the kids occupied in the run-up to Christmas.
Christmas and marshmallows, what a fabulous combination…
Marshmallows are a big thing in our family at Christmas.
There is nothing better than toasting marshmallows on an open fire. Well, nothing that is except using marshmallows to make gorgeous Christmas treats.
But as with everything to do with cooking and baking in my world, I simply don’t have the brain bandwidth to cope with complicated recipes.
This is especially true in the run up to Christmas, when there simply aren’t enough hours in the day.
Which is why I LOVE these brilliantly easy to follow Christmas marshmallow recipes.
Take a peak at the curation of Christmas themed marshmallow recipes below.
The criteria for the roundup is that each recipe is easy to follow and wherever possible is one that you can do with your kids or leave older kids to do by themselves.
Easy Christmas Marshmallow Craft Recipes
Now these marshmallow penguins are simply to die for!
I think they’d make the perfect teacher gift, they’re so easy to make, that kids from 7+ could easily make them on their own.
Find out the three – yes just three – ingredients you’ll need and follow the step-by-step tutorial over on Eats Amazing
Now this is one for those cold winter’s days in the run up to Christmas, when the kids are feigning boredom and craving hot chocolate.
Get them making these delightful marshmallow snowmen and then they can float them in a nice, warming cup of hot chocolate.
Watch the video tutorial or simply follow the step-by-step over on It’s Always Autumn
Christmas Marshmallow Pops
If you want true recipe simplicity with maximum visual impact, this recipes from Two Sisters Crafting is just for you.
It’s a recipe that’s great fun to do with little kids or even one you could leave older children to do on their own.
Follow the step-by-step how-to for this recipe over on Two Sisters Crafting
Christmas Pudding Marshmallow Pops
Now here is simplicity itself… with big visual results. These Christmas pudding marshmallow pops are great to make with kids.
I think they’d make a brilliant edible Christmas table centrepiece – for all the kids out there who don’t like real Christmas pudding. What a great way to get them to eat all their main course, with their eyes on their marshmallow prize!
See the easy to follow step-by-step over on Bake Play Smile
Now this marshmallow seal is simply adorable – and ridiculously easy. It takes genius to come up with something so simply perfect!
Find out the two ingredients and how to make your own seals over on Super Make It
So there you go. 5 brilliantly simple, easy to follow, Christmas marshmallow craft recipes. Each one perfect for doing with kids to keep them occupied in the run-up to Christmas or during the bit between Christmas and New Year when time seems to go on forever.
If this post has got you feeling hungry for more Christmas sweet treats, pop over to our Christmas candies post, which rounds up some of the most delicious homemade Christmas candy recipes. It’s been shared over 92K times on Pinterest.
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Luci is the founder of Mums Make Lists (Est. 2011). Over the last decade or so, she has used her experience as a mum to create useful guides to organising family life. During that time, she has found the most joy in creating lists of ideas and inspiration to make it easier for busy parents to plan and host kids’ parties and find great gifts. Read more.