Cute Marshmallow Baby Seals

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Baby seals are the cutest, and this cute marshmallow version is SO kawaii! Using just a few ingredients, you can create these squishy baby seal pipeable marshmallow figures at home! 

Cute Marshmallow Baby Seals Made With Pipeable Marshmallow

A while back, I saw some baby seal mochi videos floating around Facebook, and I thought, WOW those marshmallow animals are so cute! But, of course, they were at a store in not-Kansas (actually, it was somewhere in Asia, pretty sure), so I had to give up on the idea.

BUT, what if I recreated it myself? I started to think about baby seal mochis, and then I started thinking…. Okay, what else is white, squishy, and easier to make than mochi? I was feeling kind of lazy at the time, so I really didn’t want to bother handling mochi.

Cute Marshmallow Baby Seals

The answer is pipeable marshmallow. Yes! Baby marshmallow seals! Really easy piping marshmallow, no less. Now, I will go ahead and say that mochi tastes better than piping marshmallow. However, this is easy enough that you might actually make it, so I think there’s just a trade-off here.

Making Cute Marshmallow Animals with Piping Marshmallow

Piping marshmallow is really easy to make, and I put a link to the recipe I used in the recipe comments section, so see below!

Pictures Of Marshmallow: Make Cute Marshmallow Baby Seals With Pipeable Marshmallow

Remember, when piping, a steady hand is key! Don’t move too fast, and make sure to move at a steady pace. If you stop and go, you will get ripples, and it won’t be smooth.

I like to say, have a firm solid grip, but don’t squeeze too hard. You might mess up the first few (I did), but there is a lot of marshmallow, so there’s definitely room for error!

Cute Marshmallow Baby Seals

Use Black Sesame Seeds For the Eyes of Your Marshmallow Figures

The other key is to get the black sesame positioned correctly. If you watch my video below, you can see my shaky hand desperately hoping to get it right! A couple of tips… Be aware of the direction the sesame seed is facing on your finger, so you know exactly what angle it will be at when you stick it on the marshmallow, and slightly wet your fingertip with some water, so the seed will stick to your finger easier.

By the way, this is the third time I’ve used black sesame seeds for eyes. I also used them for my hedgehog cookies and santa cupcakes! They are so perfect for eyes!

Watch the video below to see how I made these baby seal marshmallows! Here are some of my favorite videos of other fun kawaii marshmallow animals.

Kawaii Cute Baby Marshmallow Seals Dessert Recipe

4 comments

  1. 5 stars
    This was very helpful instruction as me and my girls were looking for a fun project and this marshmallow animal one was a hit!

    1. Thanks Jessica! So the video is uploaded through the ad network on my site, so if you have an ad blocker it probably blocked it!

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