marshmallow ballerinas

marshmallow ballerinasMarshmallow ballerinas

Oh goodness – now, we’ve all seen cake pops, and we all know about what fun they can be for a party… so how about this for a theme, the ballerina party, complete with little marshmallow ballerinas!!

We tried really hard to find the original source for these beauties, and it looks as if it’s here… however, there WAS a tutorial video so we are going to have a go ourselves – these are too too adorable (groan, sorry, less of the tutu jokes right!)

So what little ballet loving marshmallow fan darling wouldn’t want to have these on their birthday table! What fun…

To watch the tutorial click here for the stylish board


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There are 7 comments for this article
  1. mary ann hopkins at 5:12 pm

    How do u keep the marshmallows from drying out and becoming hard

    • Tameika WILLIAMS at 12:36 pm

      You probably would make them just before. And don’t have them setting out to long.

    • Darlene at 8:48 pm

      If you cover them in plastic wrappers you can buy them from Walmart or Michaels.

    • Pamela Hunter at 5:12 am

      Suggestion: Dip marshmellows in white chocolate ….. 🙂

  2. mary ann hopkins at 5:13 pm

    How do u keep the marshmallows from drying out and turning hard

  3. Ella Faye Johnson at 1:20 am

    Suggestion: Make the Ballerinas on day of party….. To prevent hardening of the marshmallows store the finished party treats in a Covered Container to keep away from air. A covering of Saran or plastic wrap is a possibility. I would even put finished Ballerinas in a covered container with whole oranges in their natural state…. in hopes that the soft texture would be retained.

    Did you know that it is possible to soften hardened marshmallows ? I tried many different things, then discovered this method to soften Mini marshmallows. This hint will do the trick…. Orange peelings provide moisture that is absorbed by hard marshmallows: Place both in a Covered Container… do not let peelings touch marshmallows …leave over night …. check for softness. When Marshmallows are back to original softness, put in a Zip lock bag. A solution that works for me.

  4. Donna at 1:05 pm

    It looks like two marshmallows are needed. One under the cupcake liner, and one on top covered in sugar. Also, some marshmallows looked dyed pink in the photo. Are the ones under the liner colored? The directions are a little vague.