Red, White & Blue StarMallow Cupcakes & A Jet-Puffed Marshmallow Giveaway!

Looking for a fun and easy red, white and blue treat?

How adorable are the Jet-Puffed StarMallows & JUMBO StarMallows?

These are a great way to dress up cupcakes or cakes and also make for some adorable treats on their own.   Check out these darling JUMBO StarMallow Pops by The Marshmallow Studio over on the Jet-Puffed Facebook page.

I decided to dip some of my StarMallows in chocolate, add sprinkles and use them to top cupcakes.

I started by gathering up my ingredients and supplies.   Being that I’m every so slightly (and by that I mean totally) disorganized, I do best if I have everything laid out and ready to go before I melt my chocolate.

I used CandiQuik Vanilla Coating.   I knew I was going to use these to put on the top of cupcakes, so I cut my lollipop sticks down a bit to be just the size I wanted.    You aren’t limited by the size they come in – customize them to meet your needs!

For my Jumbo StarMallows, I first dipped my sticks into my coating, and then inserted them into the StarMallows, then let them set.

Once the chocolate around the stick had set, I dipped my entire StarMallow into the coating and then covered with sprinkles.

For the smaller StarMallows I only dipped the fronts/tops of marshmallows into the coating.

And then added my sprinkles.  To see my method for adding sprinkles, check out this post and video.

I was planning to put some of the StarMallows onto sticks, so dipping  just the fronts allowed me to put them on the sticks after they were dipped and covered in sprinkles, which made for easy decorating.  How fun is this StarMallow-Kabob?  While this fun treat can hold it’s own without pairing up with a cupcake, I think it’s a fab cupcake topper.

I whipped up some chocolate cupcakes, frosted them with vanilla frosting and added sprinkles.   You could totally use store bought / bakery cupcakes if you are short on time.   This would be a great way to make them more personalized and fun.   Once my cupcakes were ready it was time to top them with my chocolate covered StarMallows and JUMBO StarMallows.

Single StarMallows on top of cupcakes and mini cupcakes…

The ones standing on the mini cupcakes were on sticks, the ones on the larger cupcakes are simply set into the frosting.

JUMBO StarMallow cupcakes.  These JUMBO StarMallows are on sticks and completely covered in chocoalte..

A fun and easy treat to bring to those holiday parties and bar-b-ques.

Would you like to whip up some sweet treats using Jet-Puffed Marshmallows?   One lucky Love From The Oven Reader will win a Sweet Package Filled With Jet-Puffed Marshmallows!  The package will include…

(1) Jumbo StarMallows
(1) StarMallows
(1) Vanilla Mallow Bits
(1) StackerMallows
(1) StrawberryMallows
(1) Jumbo Mallows
(1) Toasted Coconut
(1) SwirlMallow Chocolate
(1) SwirlMallow Caramel

To enter, use the Rafflecopter application below.  Click the “Log In To Enter This Giveaway” through Facebook or by email.   Open to US Residents only.   Winner will be selected randomly on Wednesday, June 22, 2012.  For complete rules for giveaways at Love From The Oven, please visit our Giveaway Page.   GOOD LUCK!

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Kraft Foods is providing the prizes for this program at no cost to me. This program is not administered or sponsored by Kraft Foods or its affiliates, but solely by Love From The Oven.


  1. Ellen J. says

    I would try to make animals with my Jet Puff Marshmallows because animals are my grandson’s obsession. He would enjoy helping me decorate them!

  2. Lorynn R. says

    These are the cutest marshmallows ever!! I love those cupcakes! I am going to a pool party on the 4th so these would be adorable to bring!!

  3. Melanie S says

    I love all things marshmallow!!! I think I would create a different kind of s’more treat for each type of marshmallow here :) That would be awesome!

  4. Janet Valentine says

    Marshmallows are one of the most versatile of foods, you can use them in main courses, side dishes (with vegetables or fruits!), or, my favorite – desserts!

  5. Kim Jeffrey says

    S’Mores! My boys have never experienced the S’More….and this summer I plan on making all kinds of s’morey treats

  6. Lori Lane says

    I would love to decorate cupcakes with the marshmallows. The swirled caramel one would be great on a chocolate salted caramel cupcake!!

  7. says

    This is a great post but funny because I just wrote a post on red, white and blue cupcakes :) wish I could eat marshmallows but I’m vegetarian! :)

  8. spacemonkey1138 says

    My kids would just want to eat them right out of the bag! I’m more of a rice crispie treat kinda gal.

  9. says

    OOOH! I love the treats you “whipped up” – they look perfect for a cookout or special treat! The daycare I work at has a cooking club (kids ages 6-12), and we are having a cookout on the 3rd. I might just have to pick some of these up, and we can experiment with your ideas. Thanks!

  10. KariAnnM says

    My kids and I could have so much fun creating things with marshmallows! To say they LOVE marshmallows would be an understatement!!

  11. Heather says

    These are adorable! I’d love to try dipping the marshmallows and making the star kabobs. My kids would love them!

  12. Jacqui says

    Would love to win this amazing pack of marshmallows!! I would make s’mores, cupcakes, these creative kabobs you came up with, etc etc. The possibilities are endless!

  13. says

    I’m always sad to see that it’s only for US residents. I haven’t even seen coloured marshmallows, let alone star marshmallows in my Canadian city. It would be awesome to have some of these. *oh well*

  14. Mel says

    I would first use the stackers for Smores. =o] Yumyum! It’s been really hot here lately, so some no bake treats are in order as well.

  15. Andrea D. says

    I would make some 4th of July S’moreos (just saw this idea of a s’more but with oreos and love the idea). Thanks for the chance to enter.

  16. nicole deitrick says

    i’d use the star marshmellows to make a fun 4th of July treat for our fire department picnic.

  17. Wendi says

    I LOVE marshmallows, especially when they are theme shaped for different times of the year! Love your dipping and stacking ideas. Gotta try this one! Thanks for sharing!

  18. says

    Oh my…where do I start! Everyone thinks I have this marshmallow obsession! Well I guess I can agree! LOL I did just buy some of the giant American Stars & I made some dipped in chocolate on a stick! I would love to win this & make some 4th of July Smores!

  19. Kaye says

    Wish I could find the large star ones. I just bought the smaller ones to use but would love those large ones.

  20. Marie W. says

    I would save a couple to put on some cupcakes but I would ha e to immediately start a fire to make some smore
    s too!

  21. Heather White says

    Shhh don’t tell…I’d make my daughter something for her bridal shower the end of next month.

  22. Kirstin says

    The small marshmallow star sticks are adorable and could easily made into cupcake toppers for other events… I’m thinking birthdays and baby showers.

  23. Melissa says

    I was just looking for something fun my kids could make for a barbecue for the 4 th. can’t wait to make these cupcakes!

  24. Melissa says

    I would make lots of delicious treats for my daughter’s upcoming first birthday party. I plan on dipping and decorating a lot of marshmallows!

  25. Deborah says

    I would make rice cereal treats and s’mores. I would also use them to decorate baked goods as well as dip in chocolate and roll in sprinkles, nuts etc. FUN!

  26. Sara Tanner says

    I love marshmallows and this is a great post. I’m going to use your idea with the starmellow topped cupcakes for the 4th. I was going to make cupcakes and already made patriotic cupcake holders. I just wasn’t sure how to decorate them but now I know.

    Thank you so much for sharing all these wonderful ideas! :)
    Sar Tann

  27. Jennifer says

    We are having our first ever 4th of July cook out and these are going to be adorable, and they look easy enough to make.

  28. Briana says

    AAAUUHHHH YEEAUUHH JET PUFFED YEEEAAAUUHHHH! I would stick the marshmellows all over my body and pretend I was the american flag! or i would put them in a big bowl an eat them animal style…face first. LOOK MA NO HANDS! lol

  29. Erin says

    I would make marshmallow pops with my 2year old and let him dip them in yummy goodies.Fun and messy!!!

  30. Debbie says

    Wow! I didn’t realize there were that many types of marshmallows available. Would love to win them so I can play with them.

  31. Tanya K. Moyer says

    How much fun would it to be to be able to experiment with all those fun marshmallows!! S’mores, chocolate…oh yeah!!!

  32. Michelle says

    There are so many different kinds of marshmallows that I didn’t even know about! I’d love to try the toasted coconut ones :-)

  33. Caitlin says

    I really want to make smores with the different flavored marshmallows! I would also definitely make some cookies with the mini marshmallows.


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