Chocolate Covered Marshmallows & More Valentine’s Treats

Chocolate Covered Marshmallows

I totally on board with a little dessert splurge around the Holidays. I tend to gravitate towards chocolate but that’s just me. I wanted to make an easy Valentine’s treat for the kids and when I saw these heart shaped marshmallows I knew I needed to make something with them. I didn’t have to think very long because as soon as I got home and looked at the back of the package I saw this easy recipe for chocolate covered marshmallows. Better than buying the store bought ones!

Chocolate Covered Marshmallows

I used a few different options for toppings- sprinkles, shredded coconut and candy hearts. Use your imagination and/or whatever you have on hand. I also used the mini chocolate chips because I like how quickly they melt but regular or white chocolate chips would be fine too.


Chocolate Covered Marshmallows

This guy in the back..the pink half dipped in coconut was my favorite. Amazing what  a little coconut can do to jazz up a dessert! I also loved the crunch the sprinkles added. These are the perfect bite of sweetness without being overly rich.

Chocolate Covered Marshmallows

I am so not a perfectionist when it comes to stuff like that so I just slathered on the chocolate not caring if the marshmallow was fully covered or not.

Chocolate Covered Marshmallows

Cute, aren’t they?! These are perfect if you need something easy to make for a Valentine’s party.  Of course you could switch out regular large marshmallows and make these work for any Holiday.

Need a few more ideas for Valentine’s Day treats?

German Chocolate Mousse from beloved Cooking Light. My 6 year old son still requests that I make this as he remembers it so fondly from Valentine’s Day 2 years ago. It was sooooo good.

German Chocolate Mousse

Chocolate Covered Strawberries from CopyCat RecipesBlog. Who doesn’t love chocolate covered strawberries? You get a little chocolate but you’re eating fruit along with it. Win win!


Valentine’s Popcorn from Eat at Allie’s is perfect for everyone! A little sweetness and some whole grains! Easy to make too!

Valentines Popcorn

and before I go of course I have to share my meal plan. It’s not very organized or complete but I am thinking some of the following:

Turkey Burgers with BBQ sauce, Sweet Potato Fries, Salad

Vegetable Quesadillas, Cilantro-Lime Slaw

Salad Bar (mixed greens, arugula, hard boiled egg, ham, assorted veggies, garbanzo beans, cheese, croutons, homemade dressing)

Valentine’s Dinner (out to eat)

Steaks, Roasted Veggies, Salad (putting this on the menu for my mother-in-law who is visiting this week)

Not sure what else. I have a harder time planning when family visits because I never know if we’ll be eating out but one thing I know is I can easily run to the store when I have last minute meal ideas! Yay for a free babysitter for 10 days!

Chocolate Covered Marshmallows

Yield: ~20 hearts (half of the bag)


  • 1 (10 oz) bag heart marshmallows (or regular large ones)
  • 1 cup mini chocolate chips
  • 1/4 cup milk
  • Toppings: shredded coconut, sprinkles, candy hearts, chopped nuts


  1. Melt chocolate chips and milk in a microwave safe bowl on medium power for 1 1/2 to 2 minutes, stopping every 30 seconds to stir, until melted and smooth.
  2. Dip marshmallows in melted chocolate using toothpick and roll in topping of choice. Set on a wax paper lined plate or rack. Place in the refrigerator until chocolate is set.


Recipe from Campfire Cupid Marshmallow Bag

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Questions: Are you making any Valentine’s Day treats this year? What is on your meal plan?

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  1. Yum! Yum! Yum! Gotta try the German chocolate mousse. Looks amazing!
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  2. How cute!! What a fun recipe, thanks for sharing!
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  3. What an awesome round-up!
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  4. Gretchen says:

    What fun treats. The marshmallows are cute I will have to remember for the future. Our meal plan is sketchy at best. We are going on a cruise next week with my whole family so the them of my plan is clean the fridge. Each nights meal will be what uses up the most perishables.

    I have so ideas but it will really be a must go type of week. We might eat crazy this week but will be eating well the next!

  5. What a cute idea :) and so easy for those who are short on time!
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  6. So many great ideas! I was going to round some up for Wednesday’s post… if I pull that together, I’ll definitely share yours! I love the marshmallow pops.
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  7. YUM!! These looks super cute and that German chocolate mousse sounds delicious!
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  8. natalie says:

    Such cute VDAY treats!
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  9. I want to sample everything!! BUT Marshmallow pops?! I just fell in LOVE!!! So freakin’ adorable!
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  10. Kierston says:

    Amazing! I love both chocolate and marshmallows!
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  11. jaclyn says:

    this is so cute!!! I love valentines inspired food!

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