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Vanilla candy coat over blueberries/dipped marshmallows

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 My son came to me yesterday asking to make chocolate covered banana pops.( we made these a while back)  I didn't have any bananas in the house(we are in need of a trip to the grocery store).  We have a jar of marshmallows out for decorations.  I told him we could dip those in chocolate and get bananas later.  He was not to happy about it but went along.  As we got everything out I saw our blueberries in the fridge.  I have never had a candy coating chocolate covered blueberry but why not try it? 

What you need: candy coating vanilla or chocolate(we had vanilla already open so we used it), Sprinkles, marshmallows, blueberries, microwaveable bowl, wax paper, we used a fork to dip marshmallows-u could use a sucker stick or skewer..)

What to do:  add candy coating to bowl(we used two bars, we only wanted to make a few) and microwave for about a 1 or 2min but check in between.  Stir it up.  Now take the marshmallows and dip then lay on wax paper and add your sprinkle on top.  We did a our marshmallow's first.  With the leftover candy coating we added our blueberries to the bowl and stir lightly not to mash the blueberries up.  Then scoop out onto wax paper and spread a little.  Now add sprinkles.  Let sit about 20 min or until candy coating hardens.  You can put in fridge if you want?  Then you are ready eat one of your creations.    I was surprised how much I liked the blueberries and  he loves them.

Vanilla candy coat over blueberries/dipped marshmallows

I would like to add this was a special treat for us.  My son only had a few candy coated blueberries and one marshmallow the day we made these.  We do it fresh fruit just the way God made it!

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