Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Pumpkin Marshmallows

These have to be the cutest things I have made in a long time
A big thanks to Betty Crocker Wannabe!

{Tee Hee...}
I just can't get over how stinkin' adorable they are!

Unfortunately I didn't have as much yellow food coloring as I thought I did so half of the batch is a little more red than I would have liked.

I'm thinking that James' friends won't mind one though.

I also decided to use pretzel sticks for the stems instead of Popsicle sticks.
First of all pretzel sticks are a heck of a lot cheaper AND now the entire thing is edible.

I for one won't be eating any though.
I LOVE me some sugar but I seriously don't think I could even stomach all that sweetness.

Tomorrow I am going to go through my ribbon and find some green to tie on the top.

I just had to show you now -- I was so excited about how cute they turned out!


Kristin said...

They are adorable!!! I love the pretzel sticks - perfect!!! Good job, and thanks for the shout out :)

Relyn said...

You are exactly right. COMPLETELY adorable!!!

Anonymous said...

for the green you could dye ,whatever you used for the orange, green and just dip the top of the pretzel stick in it!!

Melly said...

I love crazy food!
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Have a nice day,

Staci J said...

Those are ADORABLE!! I'm with you on the pretzel stick, salty and sweet go great together:)
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Melissa Miller said...

Adorably cute! :)

Nicki said...

Those are utterly adorable!!!

Meg said...

That's some sweet sweetness. So cute! I could try one or two, I think. ;)
Thanks for joining my link party and stop by again for a fun necklace giveaway! Have a great week!

Pamela said...

This would be a fun project to do with my grandkids. And hey--I can send them home for the sugar high. Ha! Nice blog. I signed up to follow.