• Susan, this is the cutest recipe. I’m forwarding it to m daughter-in-law. She and the 3 kiddies love to make new things together. Thanks so much.

    • Hi Lenie, Thanks for compliment and for the share, You should give a whirl to just for fun. 🙂

      • I have a couple of wee granddaughters coming for Mother’s Day – I may just make a few sheep for them.

        • Oh, how fun that will be for them. You will have fun making them, just as much as you will sharing them for sure. 🙂

  • Cheryl Therrien

    So much fun for ‘kids’ no matter their age. The only issue I can see with this is actually making the sheep before the ingredients are eaten. LOL

    • LOL, that is true Cheryl, I had a great deal of trouble keeping everyone away from the ingredients. They did love the outcome thou. 😀

  • Catarina Alexon

    What a cute idea, Susan. Absolutely love it. Not least since the sheep is bound to be delicious!!

    • Thanks Catarina, You’re right, they are all that AND delicious to eat. :-)))

  • How cute! Wish I had some little ones just so I had a good reason to do this, but maybe some Easter will do it just for a center piece. Maybe make some coconut green for the grass to put them on. Love that they are completely edible so one doesn’t have to worry about toothpicks.

    • Hi Mary, I make them because they’re fun and then I give them away to my neighbors. They love that. 🙂

      It funny you should mention green coconut. I actually made some and took pictures but didn’t use those images. :-)))

  • ADORABLE! I don’t know how you have the patience Susan. But these are fabulous. Have a Happpy Easter!

    • Thanks A.K., it a labor of love and it also was a way to help me feel better from the moving and all the sickness and injury I have had to deal with lately. 🙂

  • Laurie Hurley

    Yum, yum and yum – my kids would love these! Doing my blog and will post later today or tomorrow…. Will pass the recipe on to my oldest who is a baker (her hobby!)

    • The are a great deal of fun to make Laurie. I do hope your daughter has fun with them. Let me what she thinks when she does. 🙂

  • Jeri Walker-Bickett

    How fun 🙂 Pretty soon you are going to have an entire arc of marshmallow animals created.

    • I’m thinking that too Jeri. I have five new ones that are the works. 😀

  • They look so cute I bet I would like them I do like my marshmallow

    • I do think you would too Jo-Anne. Give them a whirl. 🙂

  • Susan — you are just so creative! These marshmallow sheep are so adorable. How could you possible eat one of these little creatures!

    • Hi Jeannette, They really are cute little things. That’s why I give them away. I couldn’t eat one myself… LOL. 🙂

  • Tim

    Being from New Zealand anything to do with sheep always gets my attention. My niece loves making these kinds of things so will send it on to her. Thanks for the idea Susan.

    • I bet it would Tim. thanks for share this with your niece. Let me know when she has a chance to make these guys. 🙂

  • Never seen a recipe as cute as this! I mean who would want to eat these cute looking sheeps…lol! Awesome creativity!

    • Thanks Tuhin, They are pretty cute, if I don’t say so myself. 🙂

  • Jacqueline Gum

    Too much fun! If there is such a thing…but what a great addition to coloring eggs! Passing this on to my niece to add to her repertoire for the kids 🙂

    • That is very true Jacquie. They can only add a bit more fun to the festivities of Easter, Passover and Spring. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  • They are way too cute to eat! I love those little sheep 🙂 Very creative – what a fun project this would be, however I probably couldn’t bring myself to eat those cute little guys!

    • They are so fun to make and to look at Sandy. I agree, they aren’t the easiest thing to eat because of that. 🙂

  • Donna Janke

    These sheep are so cool. I will have to try this next Easter.

    • Aw, that is so true Donna. You know, they’re really meant for anytime of year. So why not make them for springtime fun. 🙂

  • Wow Susan, You are so creative. I’m bookmarking this one! I can do dogs too! My grandson is 2 and loves my dogs. The next time he visits I can make little dogs for him. Thanks! Donna

    • Aw, thanks Donna. Yes indeed you can. That is also on my list of marshmallow creators along with all kinds of bugs. I would love the see your creation when you make it, so take a picture. 🙂

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    Love the sheep! SO adorable and I bet tasty too 🙂

    • Thanks Krystle, They are fun, and yes, tasty too, when I had the courage to eat them… LOL

  • Jon Jefferson

    These are practically sheep peeps. Craziness ensues…

  • Meredith Wouters

    These are so cute! My kids would love to “help” me make them. I love that you have a whole herd of them, and I like the sheep peeps comment too. What a happy project!

    • You’d have a blast making these Meredith. Kids love them, but I warm you, they have a hard time eating them because they are so darn cute. :-)))

  • Susan, my daughter-in-law sent me pictures of the grandchildren with their herd of sheep – so adorable (the sheep and the kids). But you had inspired them and they went on to make porcupines. I just had to let you know.

    • How cool Lenie. I’ll bet the porcupines were really fun and were fun to make as well. 🙂