Last year I was on a chocolate covered marshmallow kick and I can't wait to make these again this year!
The pictures should have been taken BEFORE they were wrapped but you get the idea.
To make them can't be easier. All you need is a bag of marshmallows, white lollipop sticks (about 6 to 8 inches long), and any color of your choosing of candy melts (I used Wiltons).
I like to use a deep, narrow container to melt the candy in to allow the submersion of the marshmallow. Add the candy melts and microwave on medium for 1 minute. Stir and keep heating at 30 second intervals, stirring after each one. The candy melts will still be quite thick and not very good for smooth dipping.
If you like it that way, that's ok, but I like to add some shortening to it after the first minute. The shortening will thin out the candy enough to evenly coat the marshmallow.
To coat more than one color, let each marshmallow rest in between each color dipping for about 10 to 15 minutes, longer if needed. Then continue dipping as desired.
I dry them, I picked up a big slab of styrofoam at Michael's crafts and with a wooden dowel, poked evenly spaced holes in it. The marshmallow pops (or Mellow Pops as my kids have dubbed them and it's now stuck) stand up on their own to dry. Keep in mind if you thin your candy too much, the pops might get drippy.