Marshmallow Mummies

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These Marshmallow Mummies are such a fun Halloween treat to make with your kids. Just a tiny bit spooky and a whole lot of yummy, you’ll love them.

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Marshmallow Mummies

This Halloween food/craft is a fun little project for kids, my girls had a great time creating & munching as you can clearly see below. These Mummies aren’t frightening, they are marshmallowy delicious!

I found this on the Pillsbury website years ago, printed it out and put it into my tattered recipe binder, stumbled upon it and knew my kids were old enough to not only participate but have fun munching on these little guys.

Just be forewarned, you will encounter lots & lots of stickiness while making these, but that’s part of the fun, right?!? My girls had just as much fun assembling as eating! Perfect Halloween project for school parties or gatherings.

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Other easy Halloween treats:

Wormy Marshmallow Monsters

Jumbo marshmallows and gummy worms come alive in Wormy Marshmallow Monsters. This fun and ooey Halloween Treat is a great treat for parties!

Swamp Potion

Whip up some Swamp Potion for Halloween parties! Non-alcoholic and so much fun! Kids and adults love the way it looks and tastes!

Spooky Spider Cake

Make your next Halloween party spooktacular with this Spooky Spider Cake! Easy to make and tasty too! The perfect party cake!

Even more great ideas for Halloween:

DIY Milk Jug Ghosts | Who Needs A Cape?

Frankenstein Cheese Ball Head | Noshing with the Nolands

Halloween Spider Slime | The Tip Toe Fairy

Yield: 1 mummy

Marshmallow Mummies

Marshmallow Mummies
Additional Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 3 large marshmallows
  • 1 pretzel stick
  • 1 Betty Crocker Fruit Roll-Up , cut into strips (freeze for 1-2 minutes to help firm it up prior to cutting)
  • black decorating gel


  1. Push/twist pretzel stick through center marshmallow, so it pokes out both ends. This may take some patience, we broke a few pretzels inside marshmallows, but it is very much possible.
  2. Attach end marshmallows to pretzel ends that are sticking out of center marshmallow, turning them seems to attach them easily.
  3. Wrap strips of cut Fruit Roll-Ups to marshmallow pieces, they will stick nicely.
  4. Using decorating gel, make 2 eyes.

These Marshmallow Mummies are such a fun Halloween treat to make with your kids. Just a tiny bit spooky and a whole lot of yummy, you'll love them.


  1. These are so fun! My daughter would love them! Thanks so much for linking up! 🙂

  2. Ahhh. What a great idea and so much fun with the kids. Visiting you from Full Plate Thursdays.

  3. These are adorable! I was relieved to see that you used jumbo marshmallows, because initially I thought of regular. My kids would love to do these. Thanks for linking up with WDW!

  4. Hi Lori,
    Your Marshmallow Mummies are just adorable. Thanks for sharing them with Full Plate Thursday and have a great week!
    Miz Helen

  5. These are just too cute, and I bet they were delicious! I featured this on my blog today! I’m just stopping by to pin it and say thanks again for sharing! You can check it out here, and grab a Featured button if you don’t already have one:

  6. I was featured on Practically Functional!

  7. Thanks for sharing this adorable halloween treat at Saturday Dishes. I hope you’ll return next week when we feature tailgating recipes. Pinned!

  8. Too cute!!!!


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