Trolls are back! At least to me they are. My kids don’t know about the the old crazy haired dolls. But to me, the new Trolls movie brings back a lot of happy memories. I love how the new Trolls stay true to the old trolls, but got a little bit cuter. My kids and I made these super swirly chocolate pops with just a few ingredients to celebrate the movie.
Trolls Craft Activity
The secret to making Chocolate Pops like a Troll is the glitter of course. Can you believe there is such a thing as edible glitter? I had no idea and now I am obsessed!
If you haven’t seen it yet, you can get the movie here on Amazon. It is sooooo cute and funny. My kids have had it on repeat for days.
Ingredients & Supplies:
- Bright Pink Melting Chips
- Edible Glitter
- Flower Candy for Decorating
- Lollipop Sticks
- Wax Paper
Step 1 – Using your scissors, cut a square piece of wax paper that’s about 3×3 in size. Roll it into a cone with a small opening at the tip and tape it in place.
Step 2 – Melt your chips in a bowl in the microwave. (I got mine in the cake decorating aisle at Walmart.) It only takes a handful of chips to make 2-3 pops, depending on the size you make them. I made mine rather large.
Step 3 – Stop and stir the chips about every 30 seconds until they are nice and creamy. Be careful to not overheat as they will stiffen and not work for the pops.
Step 4 – As soon as the chocolate is ready, spoon it into your cone, being careful not to fill it too full.
If you like Cake Pops, you are going to LOVE these Glittery Trolls inspired Cake Pops.
Step 5 – Roll down the top of the cone so it puts pressure on the chocolate.
Step 6 – Make whatever design you like on a piece of wax paper but make sure every bit of chocolate you squeeze out is touching each other.
Step 7 – Quickly place your stick onto your sucker and squeeze some chocolate over the part of the stick that’s touching the sucker.
Step 8 – Quickly add your flowers and edible glitter and place on a flat surface in the fridge for a minute or two.
Step 9 – Remove from fridge once dry and carefully remove from the paper with a flat object such as a spatula.