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Lego Pops

Lego Pops

If you've got Lego lovers in your home, it's time to pull together a batch of these quick, fun building buddies.MORE+LESS-

Updated September 29, 2014

1 1/2

cups yellow candy melts, melted

8

sucker (cake-pop) sticks

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    Melt the candy melts in a small, microwave-safe bowl with deep sides.

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    Dip the top 1/2-inch of a sucker stick into the yellow candy melt.

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    Press a marshmallow onto the sucker stick.

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    Dip a Jujube candy into the yellow candy melt, then press on top of your marshmallow. Press the bottom end of the stick into floral foam to hold it upright and allow the candy melt to harden to hold the marshmallow onto the stick.

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    Plunge the entire marshmallow into the candy melt. Tap it carefully against the side of the bowl to drizzle any extra candy melt from the marshmallow. Return to floral foam, allow to harden and dry completely.

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    Use edible marker to create a building buddy face. Serve and enjoy!

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  • Super quick mallow pops in the shape of those crazy little Lego guys. Too fun!

    Create a batch of building buddies for your kids with this easy Lego Pops tutorial.

    This easy recipe takes just a few simple-to-find ingredients. You'll need candy melts, marshmallows, and a few yellow Jujube candies. If you're having a hard time tracking down candy melts, they can be purchased in most craft stores, in the cake baking aisle.

    Melt the candy melts, then dip the tip of a long sucker stick into the melted candy coating. Press that end of the sucker stick into a large marshmallow. Dip a single Jujube into the candy coating, then press it on top of the marshmallow. Press your sucker stick into a piece of floral foam to keep it upright while the candy coating cools and hardens.

    Once hardened, dip the marshmallow into the candy melts. Tap your sucker stick gently on the side of the bowl to get any extra candy melt to drizzle from the pop. Return it to the foam and allow it to cool completely before drawing a face on each with an edible marker (also available in the cake making aisle of most craft stores).

    Serve and enjoy. Just be prepared to have lots on hand…

    Because kids of all ages can't seem to get enough of these treats!

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How To Make Lego Cake Pops

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Slicing off the bottom of a large marshmallow and cutting a circle out of it with an icing tip for the top worked great.

Since the release of the 2014 movie lego movie, lego figurines and characters for cake toppers has become very popular.

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I made several of these pops as a test, and they turned out super cute!

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Lego Pops - Recipes

In my research for E.'s Lego birthday party, I got the idea of making Lego Pops. I thought they were super cute and I had to duplicate them.


Start with jumbo marshmallows .

Slice the marshmallow for the tip of the mini-figure head.

Re-size the slice with a tip.


Coat the marshmallow. Swirl to get even coat.

Use decorating gel to add faces.


I just copied whatever mini-figures I had laying on my kitchen counter.

Fun to look at, tasty to eat!

6 comments:

I happened into your blog while looking up ideas for my son's Lego birthday party, and have been poring over your posts - it's like finding a more put together version of myself! I wish I'd known about microwaving the wax crayons (how has your mold held up? No problems microwaving silicone?) but that is over and done now. Anyway, thanks for sharing, I look forward to seeing your creations in the future!

Thanks! My silicone mold is still great. With the extra silicone, I've used my kids large duplo blocks to make a bigger mold for more creations in the future.

Love your ideas! How long before the party do you make the lego pops? (ie how long do they stay fresh?) Thanks!

I made mine the day before, but I would gather that you could store them in an air tight container a few days before and it should be fine.

I love your step by step posts. Makes it all seem so doable! How many lego pops were you able to make with what size candy melt bag (1 lb)? I'm asking a friend to bring me candy melts from abroad and want to calculate correctly. Thanks!

I didn't really take into the maximum number of lego pops as I was just making enough for just the party, but I do recall that I had ample candy melts left since not much is used by the time you twirl and shake off the excess. 1 bag of candy melts should give you dozens of lego pops.


[Recipe] Lego Cake Pops

Cake pops are a recent baking trend – I’m sure you’ve all seen the myriad of cake pop books and ideas on the market. I’ve never really tried to make them myself, until yesterday. Yeah, I’m always a bit late for everything.

These Lego cake pops are the kind of thing that happens when your husband works all day on a rainy Saturday. We were heading to a birthday celebration for two of our good friends who are amongst a group of serious lego fans. I thought these would be a nice little way to say ‘Happy Birthday’.

They were also just a lot of fun to make.

Now that I’ve made them once, I’m sure there will be more cake balls in my future. I expect I’ll be able to keep improving on them, having learned so much the first time that will help me perfect them more and more each time I try.

Here are the things you’ll need to make cake pops. Not pictured are the add-ins required to finish the cake mix, like eggs and oil. Also not pictured are the additional things you’ll want for decorating – I put them on lollipop sticks, then used an icing bag and a couple of different tips for decorating their little faces.

I’m skipping the part where I bake the cake mix. I’m sure we’ve all baked a cake mix. If you haven’t, do it today and call it your first baking success. Take a picture and send it to me. If any of you out there take pictures of your kitchen successes, please send them to me – I’d love to see them. I’ll post them too, if you’d like.

Crumble your baked cake mix.

Add a standard sized container of frosting and until completely incorporated. The container should be about 350 grams. That’s the ratio of frosting to cake needed for cake pops. Easy peasy.

I divided the entire recipe using an ice cream scoop. I did this because I really wanted to have cake pops of uniform size.

Once I had the mix scooped (I got 16 equal scoops), I divided each scoop into two equal parts and started to form my cake pops. The next time I make these, I will probably divide each scoop into four equal parts. I thought the cake pops I made were just a bit too big. I think they should really only be about a mouthful, and these were definitely at least two mouthfuls.

Once the cylindrical lego heads were formed, I stuck a stick in them. To ensure the stick would come out of the cake pops easily, I filled each hole for the stick with a bit of melted confectionary chocolate. This is the same stuff I melted to coat them with.

Let the cake pops chill for a while now. I let them chill for close to an hour. This helps them set a bit before we start to coat them in chocolate.

Once they have set, stand them up. You’re going to want to have something to keep them standing on their sticks. I used a cardboard box with a layer of styrofoam in the bottom. I poked holes in the foam to hold the sticks in place. While they were standing, I stuck a candy on the top of each cylinder with melted chocolate coating. This would become the top of the lego head.

Melt the chocolate wafers in a double boiler. You can also use the microwave for this. I chose not to microwave because I wanted to keep them melted consistently since I knew it would take a while to coat all of the cake balls. Once the chocolate starts to cool down, it becomes a bit more difficult to use.

It’s time to dip. Muster up all of the patience you can – this step takes a while. I double coated these ones.

Allow the chocolate to set. Once it is completely set, you can start the detail work.

As with any other recipe, make cake pops however you’d like and let your imagination run wild. Make snowmen in the winter and wrap them in a licorice lace scarf. Put a white fondant sheet over them to make them into ghosts for Halloween.

No matter how you decorate cake balls, rest assured they’re certainly happy-making.


Lego Birthday – How to Make Lego Pops

I searched and searched for Lego birthday party ideas all over the web. When I saw these online at LivingLocurto.com, I knew that I had to give these a try. They were easy too!

How to Make Lego Marshmallow Pops

mini marshmallows
jumbo marshmallows
popsicle sticks
yellow candy melts
food writer marker
kitchen scissors
styrofoam

Push a jumbo marshmallow onto a popsicle stick until you feel the stick just below the surface of the top of the marshmallow.

Spray your kitchen scissors with nonstick spray (this makes cutting the mini marshmallows a breeze – no sticking!)

Cut a mini marshmallow in half and stick it to the top of your marshmallow on the popsicle stick. Push it onto the stick until you can feel the stick slightly below the surface of the marshmallow.

Melt your yellow candy melts using your preferred method (microwave, on the stove, etc). I brought water to almost a boil in a pot, then turned off the heat and put in my glass bowl. This works really great to keep the chocolate melted and smooth while you are working without any special tools.

Dunk your marshmallow popsicle into the melted candy. Use a small spatula to make sure all areas of the marshmallow is coated with the yellow candy.

Tap the stick gently on the side of your bowl to get rid of any excess candy and ensure even coating.

Stick the end of the marshmallow pop into styrofoam. (This will keep your pop upright so there won’t be any flat sides.) You could also use it as a display.

Repeat for as many pops as you like. We also dunked a few jumbo marshmallows without sticks to use as our testers – to practice drawing with our food writers.

Once the coating on the pops have dried, you can draw the faces on your pops.

Okay, so here’s the skinny on the food writers. The ones I purchased were horrible. I had to return one package because the black didn’t work at all. The second package was better but not by much. So, I don’t recommend the Wilton Food Markers. After reading online, many people preferred these. I will be purchasing those markers for future projects.

This was a fun project and G sure thought they were awesome. They were a big hit with the other party goers too.


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