Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Goofy's Candy Company: Marshmallows-on-a-Stick Treats Recipe

   If you've ever been to Goofy's Candy Company in Dowtown Disney then I'm sure you know all about their Build-Your-Own Treats. It's the candy counter where you can select one of several treats like: pretzel rods, marshmallows, cookies, candy apples or even a Mickey Rice Krispies Treat and then have it customized by a Disney Cast Member. They will dip it in your choice of milk or white chocolate, then roll it in your favorite crushed candy bar, sprinkles or nuts then drizzle layer upon layer of even more chocolate until you have an absolutely over-the-top, crazy delicious, customized treat.


   Well, now I'm going to show you how you can create these sweets at home in your own kitchen. Yes, you can make these at home and eat them now! No waiting until your next trip to Disney!! Yay!!!!!!!!





Goofy's Candy Company: Marshmallows-on-a-Stick Treats
*makes 13 treats


Ingredients:

1 bag of large marshmallows
1 bag of Cocoa Wilton Candy Melts or brick of Chocolate Almond Bark Coating
1 bag of White Wilton Candy Melts or brick of Vanilla Almond Bark Coating
2 tablespoons vegetable oil or shortening
Assorted toppings like: crushed Oreos, crushed Butterfinger Bars, crushed Skor bars, crushed graham crackers, crushed Reese's Pieces, Mini M&Ms, rainbow sprinkles, etc.
lollipop sticks (can find them in the cake decorating aisle of a craft store or your Walmart's craft section)
wax paper


Tip: Crush the cookies or candy bars in your food processor or place them in a gallon-size freezer bag and crush using a rolling pin or back of a frying pan. Store them in separate bags until ready to use.



Directions:


     Prepare your marshmallows on a stick. While holding one marshmallow, insert the lollipop stick directly in the center of the flat circular side. Slide the marshmallow about 1/3 of the way down then repeat two more times. You should have 3 marshmallows stacked on one end of your stick.

    Place the Candy Melts or Almond Bark into microwave-safe bowls (you will need 2, one bowl for each flavor). Add 1 tablespoon of oil to each bowl. Melt them in the microwave at 50% power in 30-second increments until completely melted, stirring occasionally (or melt in a double boiler).

   While waiting for the candy to melt, prepare your toppings station. Pour each topping into a separate dish or paper plate (make sure you have plenty of the topping, you will need to have enough to completely cover the marshmallows).

    After the chocolate has melted completely, dip your marshmallows on a stick in it and completely coat them with the help of a spoon. Shake off any excess, then place the marshmallow stick into the topping and using your hands, bury it. Also, pack it down a little on top, then leave it alone for at least 3 minutes. You can start working on the other marshmallow sticks while waiting.

    Now go back and check the marshmallow stick. Remove it from the topping and set it on a wax paper-lined plate. Take a fork and dip it in your choice of milk or white chocolate and drizzle over the treat, using a quick back and forth motion. Keep drizzling, Disney is NOT stingy with their drizzle!!

S'mores on a Stick: Marshmallows dipped in Milk Chocolate then rolled in Graham Crackers
and drizzled with more Chocolate


   When done, let it set out until hardened. Then pretend you are back in Disney World and enjoy!!


Gift Ideas: You can buy treat bags at your local craft store or Walmart's craft section or use plastic wrap. Give individually-wrapped treats to your child's classmates or the co-workers at your office. You can also create a gift basket and fill with assorted marshmallow treats. Yum!

Christmas Ideas: Buy the red and green Wilton Candy Melts to dip them in the holiday colors and/or use Christmas-colored sprinkles to roll them in. Either way, these are going to be a HUGE hit at any holiday party or event.

Party Ideas: If hosting a birthday or slumber party, set up the toppings station and let each child help create their customized treat.

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Related Posts:

Goofy's Candy Company: Pretzel Rod Treats Recipe

Goofy's Candy Company: Mickey Rice Krispies Treats Recipe




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