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Mustache Lollipops, Lorax Style

Blake’s Lorax birthday party was a big hit with the kiddos! The adults and many of you have asked about the infamous mustache lollipops I served at the party. Today I will share with you this quick and easy DIY treat. It’s so easy even the kids can help make these!

Lorax Theme Birthday Party - Mustache Lollipops

Here are the supplies you will need:

Lorax Theme Birthday Party - Mustache Lollipops

You can find the this lollipop mold here. You will also need lollipop sticks, yellow candy melts, candy eyes and mini m&ms.

Lorax Theme Birthday Party - Mustache Lollipops

If you have ever been afraid of making treats using candy melts and molds, I’m here to tell you these are easy!

Follow the instructions on the package of the candy to melt them down. I used a squeeze bottle to melt the chocolates and fill the molds. Once you fill the molds, gently tap the mold to get out any air bubbles. I then placed the filled mold into the freezer to set the candy.

After ten minutes or so, I removed the candy and used a dot of melted chocolate across the top of the mustache to attach one orange M&M for the nose and two candy eyes to complete our little Lorax friend. Place them onto a piece of wax paper or foil so they can finish setting. That’s it! In a few easy steps, you can also recreate these darling party treats.

Lorax Theme Birthday Party - Mustache Lollipops

Lorax Theme Birthday Party - Mustache Lollipops

Do you have an easy treat DIY to share? Leave a comment below!

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  1. […] ordered cookies from Inspired Sugar to match the theme while the Lorax Mustaches were a little DIY I made along with the Barbaloot Donut […]

  2. avatar Zen says:

    Thanks! The Lorax is one of my children’s all-time faves!

  3. avatar Debbie says:

    Should try this one some time! You make it look so easy, Rebecca!

  4. avatar PamGinocchio says:

    So darling Rebecca! I’m not the best party DIY’er and I’ve used molds with great success. You are right, they are easy.