These Fourth of July patriotic marshmallows on a stick are so much fun to make! Our nation’s Independence Day is coming up soon, and this is one of our favorite cute fourth of July ideas for kids!
Patriotic foods for the 4th of July
The Fourth of July is a wonderful U.S. holiday, and the perfect time to celebrate with family and friends. If you are having or attending, a party this July 4th, make these adorable patriotic marshmallow star shooters!
You will love these marshmallow star shooters
This red, white, and blue craft is edible and makes the perfect Fourth of July treats and decorations. Kids love to help make them, then, of course, eat them! We used Jet-Puffed star marshmallows made by Kraft and sugar crystals in patriotic colors to make these fun treats.
How to make marshmallows on a stick
You will need:
- 1 bag Kraft Jet-puffed StarMallows (6 stars per skewer)
- 10-inch wooden skewer sticks
- red, white, and blue sugar crystals
Make your homemade marshmallow skewers
To start making these Fourth of July patriotic dessert, rinse your skewer sticks under the faucet and set aside on a paper towel to dry. You will need 2 of each color Jet-Puffed star marshmallows per stick, 6 total. I made 6 shooters, so I used 36 Kraft Star marshmallows, 12 of each color.
Decorate the marshmallow stars
Take your pink marshmallows and lightly dampen them in a shallow bowl of water. Be sure the entire surface is touched. DAMP is the keyword here. Roll them around in the red sprinkles until completely covered. Set aside. You will do the same with the white stars in the white sprinkles, and the blue stars will go into the blue sprinkles. Like I had to tell you that… you got this!
NOTE: For our red white and blue dessert, I recommend starting with one color and doing all of the marshmallows at once. My son stained a few of the stars, he was double-dipping and picking up white marshmallows after handling the red ones. Rinse your hands and the dipping bowl between colors.
Put the marshmallow skewers all together
When all of your stars are properly sugared, it’s time to put it all together! Start with the blue, then white, then red, slowly pushing the pointed end of the stick through the middle of each marshmallow. Be sure to leave a little space, about 2 inches, at the bottom of the skewer stick to hold on to. Repeat. You’ve just finished your first Fourth of July Patriotic Marshmallow Stars on a stick!
Enjoy your July 4th!
These Fourth of July patriotic marshmallows on a stick were a lot of fun to make and taste even better. This edible patriotic craft can double as decoration, too. You can display these flat on a tray, or in a jar as I did. I hope you enjoyed making this red white and blue craft, have a great 4th of July party! Try some of these easy patriotic 4th of July crafts for kids at your next party – the kids love them.