Scaredy Cats

Scaredy Cat Marshmallow Pops@The Seven Year Cottage

This Halloween…

You’ll welcome the chance to cross paths with these far-from-ferocious felines made of fluffy marshmallows, velvety chocolate, and not a single ounce of bad luck!

Scaredy Cat Marshmallow Pops

  • Marshmallows
  • Lollipop sticks
  • 1/4c. white chocolate chips
  • Candy corn
  • Chocolate almond bark
  • M&M Mini’s
  • Rips Whips
  • Styrofoam rectangle
  • Narrow ribbon

Insert one lollipop stick into the center of each marshmallow and set aside.

To make cat ears, cut the tips off of candy corn, they should be about 1/2″ tall.  In a small bowl, melt white chocolate chips and use to adhere two candy corn tips to the top of each marshmallow.  Stand pops upright in Styrofoam rectangle until white chocolate has set up completely.

Melt almond bark according to package instructions.  Dip marshmallow pops into warm candy coating.  Allow excess to drip off before returning to foam base to dry.  Transfer all remaining chocolate to a small, shallow bowl and cover with plastic wrap.

After candy coating on marshmallows has hardened, remove the plastic wrap from the leftover chocolate and reheat until liquid again.  Dab a little bit on the backs of colorful candies and quickly attach them to faces to form eyes and nose.

For whiskers, separate the yellow licorice strands and snip into short pieces with kitchen shears.  Use a clean pair of tweezers to dip the tips into melted chocolate, then apply to both sides of cat nose.  You may need to hold them in place for several seconds until secure.

I used a tiny amount of melted chocolate to create pupils, but an edible writer/marker would work great if you have one on hand.

Tie ribbon around lollipop sticks before serving, or package in cellophane bags as take home favors for party guests!


49 responses to Scaredy Cats

  1. Wendy says:

    Very cute! These could totally be made into owls too. Bigger eyes, no whiskers, yellow chocolate sunflower seed for a beak, etc.

  2. These are adorable! Very cute and a beautiful photo. :)

  3. Super fun! I love the idea of candy corn tips for the ears! They turned out so cute.

    • Hollie says:

      I must confess that first I tried using chocolate chips for ears, but they melted when I dunked them into the warm candy coating… not pretty at all. Candy corn was the only other edible pointy thing I could think of that might stand up to the dipping process, and they did! I live and learn.

  4. Carrie says:

    Adorable! I love the idea of owls as well. Can’t wait to try this recipe, now I’m craving marshmallows. Found you through Fun For Kids Fridays, by the way! (and I’d LOVE if you’d link up to my weekly party as well, but no pressure) ;-)

  5. Ann says:

    Super cute idea..cant wait to do with my kids

  6. Aleka says:

    so cute! it’s almost a pity to eat them but i definitely would, all that chocolate deliciousness :-)

  7. Dian Schwanz says:

    Hi, Love your darling Scaredy Cats!! Now I’m off to make some.

  8. Sally says:

    These are adorable! I’m not sure I have the patience for making them, though :-(

  9. Erika says:

    These are incredibly cute! I will have to make these for my kiddos.

    I hope you can stop by and share at the It’s a Wrap Link Party at Artful Rising.


  10. These are so cute! You did such an excellent job making them. I’d love for you to share these at my party if you have a moment. Thanks!

  11. Adorable!!!! I love black cats so this really caught my eye! Thank you for sharing!

    Happy Halloween,

  12. Leslie says:

    I’ve never seen these before…they’re so cute!

  13. Jill says:

    Brilliant! Love these little kitty cats! They’d be a big hit here!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a great week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  14. Priya says:

    Very cute choc-cats :-) love it!

  15. Melissa says:

    Super cute, and they sound really easy. Visiting from Tip Junkie.

  16. Judy says:

    Love,love,love it !!! thanks

  17. Darling little cats! :-)

    Thanks for linky to THIS WEEK’S CRAVINGS! (next week’s theme is National Men Make Dinner…. let’s see if we can get lots of men in the kitchen cooking!)

  18. mindie says:

    featuring on Thursday at Bacon time.

  19. Q @ JAQS says:

    Very cool! LOVE it :)

    Love for you to link up at:
    “Made by ME” Linky Party at JAQS at

  20. Beth Bryson says:

    REALLY cute! Love your chocolate pops……adorable! =)

  21. super cute for halloween

    Thanks for linking this up to THIS WEEK’S CRAVINGS! :)

  22. Lindsay says:

    These are the cutest! You are pretty amazing to be able to create these! Thanks for the ‘how-to’ I may have to give this a try over the weekend!

  23. Geni says:

    These are too adorable! What a fun Halloween treat for kids’ parties and to bring to school! :) Found you on This Chick Cook’s Round up.

  24. So cute! I’m going to have to make these for my kids – they love kitties! Thanks for sharing!

  25. Alison says:

    These are so very cute!! I found your blog through Andi’s Wednesday Baker blog.

  26. Heather says:

    These are too cute! I featured them at So Very Creative today. Thanks for linking up and grab a button if you would like.

  27. These are awesome! Thanks for sharing how you made them!

    Visiting from A Crafty Soiree =)

  28. Annika says:

    These are soooo cute! And I bet they taste nice, too! :o )

  29. Britney says:

    Great idea! Love them. Thanks for linking up with us! Always a pleasure to have you at our parties! ;)

  30. Marilyn says:

    These are super adorable and creative.. LOVE LOVE.. : )) I would LOVE for you to share this at my Pin’Inspirational Thursday linky party if you dont mind pweeease :) )– TY,,

  31. These are so cute! Please link this to my Halloween Traditions link up!

  32. OMG! These are the cutest dang things! Love them!

  33. These are fantastic. Now that I’m a grandmother of two little boys and another baby on the way, these will be cute to make for them someday.

    Thank you.

  34. Sommer says:

    You were highlighted at Designer Gardens VIP party today! I just adored these pops, thanks for sharing!

  35. Christina says:

    Amazing as always! Thanks for linking up at “It’s A Celebration” link party!

  36. Aimee says:

    Love it~ Awesome idea- I just pinned it on Pinterest! Thank you for sharing this with us on The Sunday Showcase

  37. Miz Helen says:

    Hi Hollie,
    Your Scaredy Cats look like they are a big hit. I think they are just adorable and yummy! Thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday. Hope you have a great week end and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

  38. Super adorable! I made snowman with covered marshmallows last year and they were a big hit! Thanks for sharing!

  39. Aimee says:

    We featured you this weekend at The Sunday Showcase go grab your button!

  40. ADORABLE (and I dont’ like cats!)

  41. Oh Hollie, your scaredy cats are so wonderful! You are so talented, my friend! Quite a gift for making whimsical sweets!


  42. Wonderful wonderful wonderful! I can’t wait to see what you come up with next :) Thanks for sharing at Taking A Timeout Thursday! Hope to see you again this week!

  43. Hello there.. I featured you as one of my favs from last week’s party.. Please stop in and grab a button.. Hope you can link up again via today.. TY

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