• Jacqueline Gum

    These are TOO adorable! Susan, you should think about marketing these…selling them! I love them!

    • I’m with Jacquie on a vote to market these little food critters 🙂

    • Thanks Jacquie, they a blast to create. Hum… I have been toying with the idea of creating a marshmallow critter eBook.

  • Susan, what amazing little critters for a kid’s birthday party! You would have quite the market, I think. Do consider it. For the moms, even in your own town, who don’t have the time to make such party treats, very cool! 🙂

    • Hi Ramona and welcome. I never thought about it but ti could be an interesting side line for sure. 🙂

  • I do like the sound of these

    • Thanks Jo-Anne, they are really fun to make. Kids love them.

  • Jason Butler

    These look delicious. Marshmallows are one of my favorites.

    • Hi Jason, Marshmallows offer such great fun and yes, they are pretty good to eat too, especially the homemade variety. 🙂

  • Jon Jefferson

    At some point you should get some pics of all the critters in your menagerie.

    • Hi Jon, I have been thinking about that very thing. It would be a fun thing to do. 🙂

  • Cheryl Therrien

    Boy oh boy did I share this all over the place! I just love these little critters you make. Fun and delicious!

    • Aw, Cheryl thank you. You are such a good friend. They are such fun for me to create and to share. :-)))

  • So cute!

  • Deidre M. Simpson

    I am learning so much from you about ingredients and their applications. Besides taste, the artistic side of this recipe is hard to miss! This would be great for the food artist in my life.

    • Hi Deidre, Thank you for your kind words… HAPPY DANCE!. If you or your food artist make these, have fun. 🙂

  • Catarina Alexon

    Susan I love your marshmallow critters! They are absolutely wonderful and I’m sure really delicious!!

    • Aw thank you Catarina, It would appear many people enjoy these little guys as much as you do. Hugs, 🙂

  • Erica

    Susan, I love these little marshmallow guys! I just feel so bad at the idea of eating them so lovingly making them. They are just so cute! I think it would be a great activity to makes these at a (slightly older) kids birthday party. I don’t have kids but if I did I would totally want to do that. Or to make them for a birthday for a little kid who is really into bugs!

    • Aw, thanks Erica, They are great activities for “big” and little kids alike. My testers love it when I have them over to work on these little guys. 🙂

  • How clever Susan. I would never have thought to wrap a marshmallow in fondant. I might have to look out for those pretzel sticks too. Put this one on my next kids party list 🙂

    • Hi Heather, They are really fun to make. Kids just love being creative with them. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Krystyna Lagowski

    I’ve never been in your kitchen, Susan, but if I did … I’d likely never leave. Not only do you make the most ingenious treats, you make it sound so EASY! Love the step by step instructions. These sound adorable, but I don’t know if I’d have the heart to eat them. : ))

    • Hi Krystyna, Thank you. Eating them is a bit hard for anyone who makes them, but alas they do get eaten only to give way for making more. 🙂

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    These are too cute Susan! They would of been perfect for the ladybug baby shower I was going to give.

    • Thanks Krystle, They really are fun to make and would be perfect for your shower. 🙂

  • Jennetta Younge

    These look fun to make – I always loved finding fun arts and craft projects for my students. Easy instructions to follow as well!

    • Hi Jennetta, They are truly fun to make. Have fun making them with your students. Let me know who it went when you do. 🙂