How to Make a Marshmallow Snowman

Day 9 of our Countdown to Christmas is here! Just 16 days till Christmas you guys! And in case you’re wondering, our tree is STILL not up. BUT we did make a yummy Marshmallow Snowman lastnight! We didn’t even have to make any special trips to the store. We used items that we already had right here in our kitchen. Winning!

Check out our Marshmallow Snowman and see what else we were up to  below!

Marshmallow snowman
To get started we just popped the stick off of an old lollipop from Halloween and stuck it through 3 marshmallows as seen here.
Marshmallow snowman
We went back to that bowl of what’s left of The Halloween candy (their Dad just took the rest of it to work so we could finally get rid of it) and we popped some M&Ms onto the body of the marshmallows. We also used an orange M&M for the nose. And this may sound kinda gross but the girls had to lick the M&Ms to get them to actually stick to the marshmallow. Lol. We also broke the stick off of another lollipop and broke it in half to use as the arms.
Marshmallow snowman
I added some blue (or green, I can’t remember which one now. Haha) food coloring to make the eyes on the snowman. And just like that, the girls were ready to devour this thing.
Marshmallow snowman
Isn’t he cute? 🙂
Aralynn wanted to decorate their room with Christmas decoration from last year so I let her add these noisy little jingle bells to their door knob. She REALLY likes these.
Tinsel Wreath
I also put this Wreath up on their bedroom door.
Gingerbread Shoppe
‘Ai’s school is opening their “Gingerbread Shoppe” for the kids to purchase gifts next week. They sent home this little envelope today so we could help the kids make their gift-giving list and to work on a shopping budget. So, we worked on creating a gift shopping budget for her to use at school next week.
The girls watched La Película de Navidad de Caillou after we read our Christmas story. The girls prefer to watch their movies and shows in Spanish so we’re always super excited to find a Spanish version of their favorite shows and films. We’d love to be able to watch more of our Christmas favorites in Spanish! Help me out if you know where the jackpot is. 🙂

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25 Days to Christmas Challenge:

Day 1: Winter Bucket List

Day 2: Our Handmade Christmas Decoration

Day 3: Messy Fun, Holiday Treats, and Christmas Movies 

Day 4: Best Christmas Movies to Watch as a Family 

Day 5: 5 Ways to Celebrate the Holidays with Your Family

Day 6: Christmas Wishes + #DecemberToRemember Giveaway Hop

Day 7: 9 Great Gifts for the Child That Loves Art

Day 8: Early Gift Opening and The Polar Express

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26 thoughts on “How to Make a Marshmallow Snowman

  1. That marshmallow snowman looks like a fun activity to do with kids 🙂 Plus it looks yummy!

    1. I don’t eat marshmallows but the girls thought it was absolutely delicious!

  2. I love this! My daughter would love lots of fun making these. I’ll have to pick up some marshmallows.

  3. Aren’t these adorable! What a fun activity to do with the little ones! Hope you enjoy the holidays!

  4. Love your marshmallow snowman. They are so cute and festive. Great craft idea.

  5. Great post! The marshmallow snowman looks like so much fun. I love that Ai’s school has a Gingerbread Shoppe. It’s a great way to start teaching the kiddos about budgeting.

    1. It really is such a good idea. Thanks for reading!

  6. These are so cute! What a great idea for marshmallows this time of year 😉

    Beth ||

  7. You must have had so much fun i guess. 😃

  8. My whole family loves marshmallows and snowmen so this is a super fun “recipe” for us to try!!

    1. You guys should definitely give it a try. 🙂

  9. CourtneyLynne

    Omg hOw cute is that snowman! I bet my daughter would love to make one

  10. The marshmallow snow men are too cute. I’m sure kids love them.

    1. The girls really enjoyed them. 🙂

  11. Great Read!!!! I’m def adding this to my holiday party

    1. Yay! Sounds like an awesome plan!

  12. This looks like great fun.My daughter loves Christmas decorations too.Will show her this

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