Fun Kids Valentine’s Day Recipe: White Chocolate Covered Marshmallows

Fun Kids Valentine's Day Recipe: White Chocolate Covered Marshmallows

Fun Kids Valentine's Day Recipe: White Chocolate Covered Marshmallows

I cannot tell you how much fun the kids and I have had this year making all kinds of yummy Valentine’s Day recipes!  I am honestly still in shock! I am in no way used to being home with my kids and having time for any type of cooking, baking, or crafting.  It’s truly been a blessing, and allowed us to not only make awesome White Chocolate Covered Marshmallows for Valentine’s Day, but given us time to bond and get closer as a family.  Plus, we get to do fun things like think up fun things to make with marshmallows for Valentine’s Day, like these yummy White Chocolate Covered Marshmallows with Fun Sprinkles.

Fun Kids Valentine's Day Recipe: White Chocolate Covered MarshmallowsMy daughter and I went to the store the other day, and she noticed the JUMBO Heart Shaped Marshmallows, lol.  Needless to say, she asked me to get them since it was almost Valentine’s Day, so I did, but when we got home she discovered they were marshmallows.  YUP, suddenly those big cool marshmallows were not so tasty looking anymore.  Last night the girls and I decided to have a little fun, and figure out something yummy to do with these marshmallows.  My daughter Vayda asked if we could do a Valentine’s Day recipe like cake pops so she could give them out to her friends at school.  HUMM, after digging around in the cabinets we decided on White Chocolate Covered Marshmallows with Fun Sprinkles!

Fun Kids Valentine's Day Recipe: White Chocolate Covered MarshmallowsI am going to admit, I had to do this the old fashion way, lol.  We had to actually dip the marshmallows.  I know, I am so mistreated, lol.  My fountain broke about a week ago, and I cannot tell you how upset I was.  I don’t use it all the time, but it has really made life so much easier, plus the kids got it for me a few years back as a Mother’s Day gift.  Luck for me, you can pick these bad boys up when you are a Shop Your Way member for ONLY $19 with free shipping!  Mine should be here in a few days.  I am a personal shopper with Shop Your Way so I am always finding awesome prices on items.  If you would like you can sign up here.  Sorry, FOCUS Jenn!

Fun Kids Valentine's Day Recipe: White Chocolate Covered MarshmallowsAnyway, let’s talk more about these fabulous White Chocolate Covered Marshmallows.  If you are looking for a easy-to-make fun kids Valentine’s Day Recipe you cannot go wrong with this one.  I mean, what child doesn’t love to at least play with sprinkles?  Plus, they taste fabulous with white choice, milk chocolate, or even with a layer of caramel.  Really a fun, easy project you can do with the kids, and perfect idea for any party.  

Fun Kids Valentine's Day Recipe: White Chocolate Covered MarshmallowsThe White Chocolate Covered Marshmallows are super easy to make, especially if you are lucky and have a chocolate fountain!  I really missed mine when we made these, lol.  

Fun Kids Valentine's Day Recipe: White Chocolate Covered Marshmallows

Fun Kids Valentine’s Day Recipe: White Chocolate Covered Marshmallows

To make the White Chocolate Covered Marshmallows all you need is:

  • Marshmallows
  • Almond Bark White Chocolate or Candy Melts
  • Cake Pop Sticks
  • Sprinkles, nuts, or anything else that is yummy and matches your party theme.

Fun Kids Valentine's Day Recipe: White Chocolate Covered MarshmallowsSuper Duper Easy, and Totally Fast Directions 

  1. Melt your Almond Bark, or Candy Melts (be sure to follow melting directions on the package)
  2. Dip your Cake Pop Stick in melted while chocolate, and place Cake Pop Stick in the bottom of your heart-shaped marshmallow, and place on a cookie sheet to harden. This will help hold the stick in place while you dip entire marshmallow. Repeat until all marshmallows have pop stick.
  3. At this point you may need to warm up the white chocolate again, if so only microwave for 20 seconds at a time.
  4. Dip entire marshmallow in white chocolate, be sure to spin back and forth until you see the chocolate begin to stay in place, and add your favorite sprinkles, nuts, etc. Be sure and do this before chocolate is hard so sprinkles stay in place.
  5. Allow to sit for several hours, and enjoy!

 Fun Kids Valentine’s Day Recipe: White Chocolate Covered Marshmallows 

White Chocolate Covered Marshmallows
White Chocolate Covered Marshmallows With Fun Sprinkles To Match Your Parties Theme.
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Ingredients
  1. 1/2 Package Candy Melts or Almond Bark White Chocolate
  2. 1 Package Jumbo Heart Marshmallows (you may not use them all)
  3. Cake Pop Sticks
  4. SPRINKLES, Nuts, Etc.
Instructions
  1. Melt your Almond Bark, or Candy Melts (be sure to follow melting directions on the package)
  2. Dip your Cake Pop Stick in melted while chocolate, and place Cake Pop Stick in the bottom of your heart shaped marshmallow, and place on a cookie sheet to harden. This will help hold the stick in place while you dip entire marshmallow. Repeat until all marshmallows have pop stick.
  3. At this point you may need to warm up the white chocolate again, if so only microwave for 20 seconds at a time.
  4. Dip entire marshmallow in white chocolate, be sure to spin back and forth until you see the chocolate begin to stay in place, and add your favorite sprinkles, nuts, etc. Be sure and do this before chocolate is hard so sprinkles stay in place.
  5. Allow to sit for several hours, and enjoy!
Notes
  1. Be sure to follow directions on package when melting chocolate, and remember you can cover Marshmallows in anything fun to match your party theme.
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  1. jeri accardo says

    JEN!!! WHERE DO YOU GET THESE INCREDIBLY CUTE IDEAS???!!! YOU INSPIRE ME ALL THE TIME GIRL!! Are you going to do oval egg shaped ones for Easter? I think they would be as easy and really a lot of fun to decorate with lots of different sprinkles like the striped Easter eggs! yeaaaaaaaaaa

  2. Alicia Morris says

    These look so fun to make and will be fun for the grandkids to make for there mom and make a eatable gift basket thanks for the recipe .cant wate to try them

  3. Dorothy Boucher says

    lol i thought i posted on this already but i don’t see my name , anyway i think this is such a wonderful idea and a great way to get the children involved.. maybe they want to make some for there teachers or students at school or to a friends :) thanks for share @tisonlyme143

  4. Dawn Monzu says

    Those look amazing! It brings me back when I stayed home with my kids (when they were younger!), and we would bake, make forts, and whatever else came into our imaginations! I am excited about this recipe though…I have a granddaughter I can make them with! Thank you so much and God bless!

  5. says

    These look fun and yummy! I have a girl’s night out party coming up and these look like a fun treat to take to that. Thanks for the recipe!

  6. gigi borden says

    so cute, we are so trying this at our house! you are so creative, thanks for the post!!!!

  7. Dorothy Boucher says

    they do look very pretty and i am sure very tasty, you could get a piece of foam (like what they use in planters) and make a pretty bouquet of hearts and balls, just a thought ;) thanks for share @tisonlyme143

  8. ANN*H says

    These are way cute. My grandson would have a ball making these with me for his friends. Fun doing DIY treats. thanks for the recipe

  9. Nena Sinclair says

    These are so cute! Where did you buy the heart shaped marshmallows? I’ve never seen them before!

  10. Erin says

    This is such a fun idea! So easy to make, even for the little ones! These would make a great Valentine’s day present for teachers too! Love it!

  11. Jo-Ann Brightman says

    This is a great recipe and fun to do with kids too. It will be a hit at any Valentine’s Day event and there are so many things you can dip them into to change the taste.

  12. polly says

    This will be a really fun recipe to make with my 5 year old grandson…he’ll love it…thanks for the idea!

  13. Susan S., TN says

    This looks like such a fun activity to do with the kids. They will feel like they are baking and make them feel good. I think it will also show them that sometimes homemade gifts are better than a store bought gift. Thanks for the wonderful fun activity with the kids…

  14. M.Clark says

    This looks delicious and it’s so easy to make. Sorry to hear about your chocolate fountain, my condolences. The only thing I would do differently is that I would use dark chocolate in place of white chocolate. Thank you for sharing this great recipe.

  15. denise low says

    This is a great idea. My grandkids will be here for valentines day and this is what we will make. thank you so much

  16. Anita L says

    Your marshmallow hearts look very professional! I don’t have any young children to make these with, but I wouldn’t mind giving these as gifts to a few adults I know. I could get really creative with these! Thank you for this great idea :)

  17. maria c says

    Wow. Those looks so cute. I am doing White Chocolate Covered Marshmallows with my son for valentine’s day. Thank you for sharing it.

  18. lisa says

    Those do look pretty. How do you keep the marshmallow from melting down? I probably misread the instructions, I’m flaky like that. That’s probably why I don’t cook.