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Yoda Marshmallows

Updated on October 26, 2012

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Yoda, I am....

Expanding on our Star Wars theme, here is a Yoda marshmallow that followed the R2D2 marshmallow into battle......

I made two versions - I like the one at the top better. The one on the bottom creeps me out a little bit, but my son liked both.

Drop food coloring on wax paper.
Drop food coloring on wax paper.
Roll body piece in food coloring until desired color is achieved.
Roll body piece in food coloring until desired color is achieved.
Rolling, rolling, rolling....
Rolling, rolling, rolling....
Body is complete.
Body is complete.
Roll ear and head pieces in food coloring.
Roll ear and head pieces in food coloring.
Attach head piece to body piece.
Attach head piece to body piece.
Stick toothpick through ear piece.
Stick toothpick through ear piece.
Attach ears to head/body piece.
Attach ears to head/body piece.
Yoda, I am!
Yoda, I am!

Supplies needed:

Marshmallows (the bigger the easier to work with, they are)

scissors and knife

toothpicks, paintbrushes

food coloring, gels, sprinkles

wax paper, napkins, soap, water

Instructions:

1. Cut one marshmallow in half. If you like, you can roll it in a ball of food coloring on wax paper until it is the color you want. I used yellow for Yoda's cloak. It came out ok.

2. Cut two slices off of the other half of the marshmallow for the ears. Use the 1/4 left for the head. Trim the head piece to be rounded (exposing the stickiness underneath).

3. For the ear slices and head, roll the sticky side in green sprinkles or green sugar, or, if you want a brighter color, use green food coloring. Depending on the color you want, use dark green (as in my creepy Yoda), or neon green. It will be messy if you are using food coloring, so place a few drops of food coloring on the wax paper and roll the marshmallow in that. Wash hands often, or they will be green!

4. Attach the head to the body. Put a toothpick through the ears and attach through the head and body.

5. Add eyes, using black food coloring or chocolate chips. For a mouth, you can use licorice, food coloring, or other food items.

6. Enjoy!


Not so creepy Yoda!

Roll sticky parts of head and ears in green sugar and add eyes and mouth with black food coloring.
Roll sticky parts of head and ears in green sugar and add eyes and mouth with black food coloring.

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