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Dreidel Pops

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  • The only thing more fun than a spinning dreidel is one made of gooey marshmallow and decadent chocolate. Featuring Hebrew letters, these dreidel pops are a sweet way to capture the spirit of the holiday.

These sweet treats are a fun and festive addition to the Hanukkah table. Kids will love biting into them to discover a hidden Hershey's Kiss!


  • Marshmallows
  • White chocolate Hershey's Kisses
  • White chocolate chips (for melting)
  • Blue cake decorating gel

Special Equipment

  • Lollipop sticks
  • Parchment paper


  • Push a lollipop into the flat side of a marshmallow, sticking it in as far as you can without puncturing the opposite side.

  • Melt white chocolate chips according to package instructions.

  • Spread a small amount of the chocolate onto the base of a chocolate kiss. Use the melted chocolate as "glue" to attach a Hershey's Kiss to the flat end of the marshmallow.

  • Working quickly*, dip your dreidels one-at-a-time into the white chocolate coating and roll them until the surface is evenly covered.

  • Pull the dreidel out of the chocolate and hold it over the bowl, point-side facing downward for a few seconds to get rid of excess drips.

  • Place the dreidel pop onto a parchment-lined cookie sheet and let it dry for 15-20 minutes (until candy coating has set). A slight "puddle" will form underneath each dreidel, so it won't look perfect but it will taste good!

  • Using the icing pen, decorate with Hebrew letters.

* While dipping your dreidels, be sure not to leave them in the melted chocolate coating for longer than a few seconds. If you leave them in too long, the Hershey's Kiss will melt and you'll end up with a flat-bottomed dreidel.