Copycat Disneyland Tigger Tails | Four large marshmallows stacked together, dipped in caramel, melted candy, sprinkled with orange sugar and a drizzle of dark chocolate. These decorated marshmallows are not only delicious and fun but extremely easy to make. When you can’t get to the Disney parks, bring a taste of Disneyland to your party with these fun Copycat Disneyland Tigger Tails!
These decorated marshmallows are not only delicious and fun but are extremely easy to make.
2 (13.4 ounces) cans Netsle Dulce de Leche
1/4 cup heavy whipping cream
40 large marshmallows
10 (20-inch) lollipop sticks (from Michael's)
1 (12 ounce) bag orange candy melts (Wilton)
optional: 1 tablespoon shortening
orange sanding sugar
1 cup dark chocolate candy melts
Stack four marshmallows together on a lollipop stick.
Place caramel and heavy whipping cream into a microwave safe bowl, heat to melt, in 30 second intervals. NOTE: DO NOT OVER HEAT THE CARAMEL, you don't want to melt the marshmallows.
Stir until the caramel is thin enough to dip the marshmallows. NOTE: If needed you can more cream only 1 tablespoon at a time.
Dip marshmallows into warm caramel making sure to completely cover.
Set on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.
Place in refrigerator until caramel hardens (about 10 minutes).
While the caramel is hardening prepare candy.
Pour candy into a medium microwaved safe bowl; heat for 1 minute, stir until candy is creamy and melted. If the candy is not completely melted microwave a little more in 15 second intervals.
Once caramel is hardened dip into the melted candy and immediately sprinkle with orange sanding sugar.
Refrigerate 15 minutes or until candy has hardened.
Pour dark chocolate candy into a small microwave safe bowl; heat in 30 second intervals until chocolate is melted and creamy.
For the next step you can use a spoon to drizzle over the Tigger Tails but I prefer to use a squeeze bottle. The key is to make one side thicker and on the next stroke make the opposite side thicker. HAVE FUN!
You won't use all the caramel but having two cans will make the dipping process easier.
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