Sunday, December 2, 2012

Easy Snowman Pops..no frosting!!



I have a lot of Christmas goodies that I need to make for my boys school parties this month and wanted to come up with some easy treats since we have so much to do.  We came up with this easy way to make Snowman Pops!  The best part about these is that we made these without using any frosting!  I always try to find ways around using frosting to avoid messes and love creating easy treats! 

Easy Snowman Pops

Donut Holes
Nestle Mini Chocolate Chips for Toppings
Tootsie Rolls (chocolate & orange)
Pretzel Sticks (we like Snyder's)
Twizzler Strings
Lollipop Sticks

Poke 2 donut holes on the lollipop sticks with a little bit of the stick coming out of the top.  Place a couple of Tootsie Rolls in the microwave for 8 seconds.  Flatten out one of them into a circle.  Squeeze one of the down just a bit to widen.  Place it on the circle Tootsie Roll and then poke them on the top of the stick for the hat.  

Take the pointed end of the mini topping chips and press them int he donut holes to make the face and buttons.  Microwave the orange Tootsie Rolls and cut into pieces. Shape them into a nose around broken off pieces of pretzel sticks and poke them in donut hole.  Break a pretzel stick in half and poke in the sides for the arms.  Take a Twizzler string and tie it around the neck to look like a scarf. 



Tip...place them in the fridge if you are making them for a class party to make sure the Tootsie Rolls do not melt.

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19 comments:

  1. very cute. We would never be allowed to bring these to our school but maybe for my kid's New Years party.

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  2. So cute :) love the little scarves!

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  3. They really turned out cute! I know the kids will love them:@)

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  4. Well, these are adorable! and they look so easy to prepare! Happy Holidays!

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  5. Very cute! I even have powdered donut holes in the freezer!

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  6. What a great idea. So cute and what a fun activity for the kids... :)

    hug x
    Crystelle

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  7. These are adorable! Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

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  8. That's a cute idea! And MUCH easier than making cake balls!

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  9. I'm going to try to do this with/for my little girls this season. Great idea!

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  10. So cute! And way easier than your normal cake pops. My girls would love this! I'll be featuring them on my blog tomorrow.

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    Thanks!
    Sumo:)

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  11. Love these! Who does't love donut holes? Thanks so much for sharing.

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  12. So cute!! What a great project to do with kids!

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  13. so cute!!

    would love it if you could share this on my link party @ www.serenityyou.com

    Natasha xx

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  14. These are WAY cute!! You are always so inspiring =-)

    Thanks for linking up & sharing on TGIF. Have a GREAT week,
    Beth =-)

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  15. Those are so cute and way easier than making cake pops!

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  16. Thanks...they are SO much easier than cake pops!

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  17. Jill... amazing! I love these, and better yet, thank you for creating such a cute and simple treat! Thanks for sharing at For the Kids Fridays! I'm featuring this this week!!!

    :)Rachel @ www.SunScholars.com

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