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Big Hero 6 BayMax Fruity Marshmallow Pops

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Big Hero 6 Baymax Fruity Marshmallow Pops – Make Fruity Marshmallow Treats for Movie Night

Image shows how to make Disney's Big Hero 6 Baymax Fruity Marshmallow Pops. Image by Keep Up With The Jones Family.

Marshmallow Treats

Marshmallow creations are a big hit at parties – mainly because there’s so much you can do with them, they’re easy to get hold of in all shapes and sizes, and you can dip them, draw on them, melt them – they’re brilliant. So for our Big Hero 6 Movie Night over Hero’s birthday weekend, I made these Big Hero 6 Baymax Fruity Marshmallow Pops.

Image shows a plastic Baymax figure from Disney Pixar's Big Hero 6, and a Marshmallow Bayman Pop sat next to it on a white tabletop. Image by Keep Up With the Jones Family

Dipped Marshmallows

I was going to use red sparkly sugar crystals for decoration on top of the candy melts, but this time instead of just sugar on sugar, I decided to try something a little fruity – freeze dried fruit pieces. They taste good.

I came up with the Baymax idea after making over 200 marshmallow snowmen in a similar fashion for our infant school Christmas Fayre. They sold quicker than any other item there. There’s something very attractive about a huge marshmallow or two on a stick, all decorated and dipped in something sweet.

Party Tip

If you don’t want to clean up lots of sticky sticks at your party, you can substitute the wooden sticks or straws for long pretzel or breadsticks – just be careful when assembling that they don’t snap!

Image shows a plastic Baymax figure from Disney Pixar's Big Hero 6, and a Marshmallow Bayman Pop sat next to it on a red and white silicone baking mat. In front of them is a bowl full of white candy melts in a glass microwaveable bowl. Image by Keep Up With The Jones Family.

What is Disney’s Big Hero 6 About?

Disney’s Big Hero 6 is the film that our friends – and anyone who knew us when Hero was born – thought we had named him after the main character in. Big Hero 6 came to the cinema screens in 2014 and is Walt Disney Pictures’ 54th animated film. It tells the story of Hiro Hamada, a 14 year old boy who’s somewhat of a robotics genius, but who also spends far too much time gambling and hustling in shady robot wars. He lives with his aunt and big brother Tadashi, who is studying at the San Fransokyo [a mix of San Francisco and Tokyo] Institute of Technology. To divert his baby brother from his dangerous pastimes, Tadashi brings Hero to the Institute to be inspired to work hard – and this is where Hiro meets Tadashi’s friends – Fred, Go Go, Honey Lemon and Wasabi – and his creation, Baymax. All is going well until in a horrible event, Tadashi dies and leaves Hiro alone.

Image shows a plastic Baymax figure from Disney Pixar's Big Hero 6 sat on a white tabletop. In front of him is a glass bowl containing heated white candy melts and a Baymax Marshmallow Pop, being coated. Image by keep up with the jones family.

Who is BayMax?

Baymax is the character that’s going to pull at your heartstrings and make you cry. Created by Hiro’s big brother, Tadashi Hamada, Baymax is an inflatable robot, created to be a “personal healthcare companion”. He’s possibly the most beautiful character Disney ever created.

Image shows a plastic Baymax figure from Disney Pixar's Big Hero 6 sat on a white tabletop. In front of him is a fruity baymax marshmallow pop sat on a silicone baking mat. In the background is a glass bowl containing melted white candy drops and a red tin bucket of large marshmallows. Image by Keep Up With The Jones Family.

Big Hero 6 Baymax Marshmallows

I used the Bright White Candy Melts from PME, which I got from The Vanilla Valley – you could use white chocolate too. I got the freeze dried raspberry pieces from Super Garden at Amazon here and I get the long sticks from the local flower market in bulk. You can usually get BBQ skewers in Supermarkets and they will of course do the same thing.

Image shows a plastic Baymax figure from Disney Pixar's Big Hero 6 sat on a white tabletop. In front of him are two fruity baymas marshmallow pops sat on a silicone baking mat. In the background is a red tin bucket of large marshmallows. Image by Keep Up With The Jones Family.

Enjoy making your Baymax Fruity Marshmallow Pops – I’ve popped the step by step photos in this post to make things even easier. Are you satisfied with your care? haha. Enjoy 🙂

Image shows a plastic Baymax figure from Disney Pixar's Big Hero 6 sat on a white tabletop. In front of him are two fruity baymas marshmallow pops sat on a silicone baking mat. In the background is a red tin bucket of large marshmallows. Image by Keep Up With The Jones Family.

Big Hero 6 Baymax Marshmallows

Big Hero 6 Baymax Marshmallows – Make Fruity Marshmallow Treats for Movie Night
Print Recipe
Prep Time:20 mins
Setting Time in Refrigerator:1 hr
Total Time:1 hr 20 mins

Equipment

  • Wooden Dowels or Kebab Skewers
  • Microwaveable Bowl for Melting Candy Melts or Chocolate
  • Bowl for Sprinkles
  • Greaseproof Baking Paper and Tray or Baking Mat
  • Edible Marker in Black

Ingredients

  • 1 Bag Large Marshmallows
  • 1 Bag Regular Marshmallows
  • 1 Tub Heart Sprinkles
  • 1 Tub Freeze Dried Fruit Pieces – raspberry strawberry or cranberry are all red so good choices
  • 1 Pack White Candy Melts

Instructions

  • Skewer the smaller marshmallow first and move it up to about halfway.
  • Add the large marshmallow – this is his body and so it needs to stand him up. Make sure the stick doesn’t poke through too far and wobble him over.
  • With edible marker, draw Baymax’s features. They’re very easy, like a little barbell.
  • Melt your chocolate or melts in the microwave and dip Baymax’s bottom into them, coating up about a third of the way.
  • Remove from the candy or chocolate and make sure he’s not drippy.
  • Hold over an empty bowl and sprinkle your freeze dried fruit pieces on,
  • Take a heart sprinkle and dab with candy melt or chocolate, and place where Baymax’s heart is.
  • Stand to set on greaseproof paper and refrigerate.
Course: Fun Food
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Disney Themed Fun Food
Servings: 6

Image shows a plastic Baymax figure from Disney Pixar's Big Hero 6 sat on a white tabletop. In front of him are two fruity baymas marshmallow pops sat on a silicone baking mat. In the background is a red tin bucket of large marshmallows. Image by Keep Up With The Jones Family.

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