Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Marshmallow Pops

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Dr. Seuss is having a birthday on March 2nd so we thought it would be fun to make some Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Pops!

Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Marshmallow Pops

We have seen hat pops before made with sprinkles, frosting, color, etc., however we wanted to make really easy no mess pops by using fruit roll ups. This is seriously the easiest pops you will ever make…so perfect for a preschool or kindergarten party!

Cat in the Hat Marshmallow Pops Ingredients

  • 3 large marshmallows
  • 1 s’more marshmallow (flat square)
  • 1 red fruit roll up
  • white decorating sugar (optional)
  • Lollipop stick.

How To Make Cat in the Hat Marshmallow Pops

  • Cut the square marshmallow into a circle with kitchen scissors.
  • Dip that into the white sugar to make it sparkly and it covers up the ruff edges.
  • Cut one large marshmallow in half. Put the stick in the square marshmallow first.
  • Put on the marshmallow half.
  • Put on the 2 regular marshmallows and then put on the other marshmallow half on top.
  • Take your cherry fruit roll up strips and wrap them around the bottom, middle, and top. It will stick together in the back.
  • Cut off 2 small pieces for the very top and then wrap around.
  • You can secure with frosting in between the marshmallows but we didn’t and they stayed put!

We hope some of you can use this fun idea for your Dr. Seuss class party or just to make with the kids for fun!

Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Marshmallow Pops

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35 comments on “Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat Marshmallow Pops”

  1. How far in advance can you make these and have the marshmallows stay soft? I thought about using as a cake or cupcake topper?

    1. You can make these several days in advance, but keep them in a tightly covered container. If you use them for cupcake toppers make sure to keep the fruit roll up from touching the frosting. ..it will eventually melt if you do. Hope thus helps. 🙂

  2. Oh my heck! These are adorable. I'm looking for a few Dr. Suess treats to feature on my blog…If you'd be interested…please send me an email with permission to use your photo with a link back to your blog. Thanks!

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    Fun way to celebrate a literary genius! Congrads! This was the most viewed link at last weeks Whatever Goes Wednesday party and I am highlighting it today. Grab my "featured" button.

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    Kristle Jones

    These are ADORABLE! I am soo making these on Friday with my daughters! So glad I found you from Tip Me Tuesday – stop by say hi and stay awhile:

    xo Kristle

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    Designed by Dawn Nicole

    So cute and my kids LOVE marshmallows! This look so much easier than cake pops too!!

  6. Hello

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