Chocolate Marshmallow Heart Dippers


Chocolate Marshmallow Heart Dippers. So cute! | Recipe at I Gotta Create!






Today I'm sharing an easy
little treat that was a big hit
with the nephews:

Chocolate Marshmallow Heart Dippers!

They're "dippers" because you dip
marshmallows in chocolate and sprinkles...
and then into your mouth...

Chocolate Marshmallow Heart Dippers. So cute! | Recipe at I Gotta Create!
and because you can dip them in 
your hot cocoa 
for a special little love fest!


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Great for Valentines and for any time,
Chocolate Marshmallow Heart Dippers. Perfect for Valentines Day or wedding shower! | Recipe at I Gotta Create!

they are so easy and fast the kids will love making them with you. Here's all you gotta do...



Each heart takes just two marshmallows. Cut one in half, and stick it to the whole one like this. The cut sides are sticky, so it will hold.


Chocolate Marshmallow Heart Dippers. Use these picks for Valentines Day! | Recipe at I Gotta Create!
Stick your skewer or pick in there.
Don't you love these cute little picks
that look like cupids arrows?

Melt your chocolate almond bark according to directions then

Chocolate Marshmallow Heart Dippers. Love the picks for Valentines Day! | Recipe at I Gotta Create!
Dip the marshmallow heart in the melted
chocolate and tap a few times to get the excess off.
Place on aluminum foil covered with sprinkles.

Chocolate Marshmallow Heart Dippers. Love the picks for Valentines Day! | Recipe at I Gotta Create!
Top the chocolate-covered marshmallow heart with sprinkles.

Chocolate Marshmallow Heart Dippers. Love the picks for Valentines Day! | Recipe at I Gotta Create!
Wait just a few minutes and
they will be ready to dip
in your mouth...

Chocolate Marshmallow Heart Dippers. Love the mug! | Recipe at I Gotta Create!
or in your favorite mug
of cocoa!

Chocolate Marshmallow Heart Dippers. I heart for Valentines Day or a wedding! | Recipe at I Gotta Create!

Ingredient Recap:
Large Marshmallows
Chocolate bark, chips, or melts
{I mixed chocolate bark and chips}
Cute little picks
{for small children and for fun use pretzel sticks or peppermint sticks that are edible and won't poke}
Sprinkles of your choice
{I also crushed up some candy cane}


Chocolate Marshmallow Heart Dippers. Love the mug! | Recipe at I Gotta Create!

Enjoy!


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24 comments:

Foster said...

Cute. I think I will make them and take them to school for my kids.

Maureen said...

I'm pinning this to make with my grands. Thanks for sharing!

Holly Browning said...

Yummy and so cute.

Carissa Rasmussen said...

those look delicious! i can't wait to make some

Our Pinteresting Family said...

Yummy! These look fantastic. :)

Robin @ Fluster Buster said...

So cute and clever. Please come by and share it with my friends on my Fluster Muster Party.

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Robin

Vanessa said...

How cute and creative!

Diana - FreeStyleMama said...

Cute idea that I pinned!

Erin said...

These are so cute. I love your forks that you used as arrows. My kids would love this. Thanks!

Michelle Hargreaves said...

These are adorable! I love the little "arrows."

Kim said...

These look yummy! Thanks for sharing!

Nicole @WonkyW said...

Super Cute idea!

Bobbie said...

Adorable and delicious! These look perfect for my girls' Sunday School class!

THREE MANGO SEEDS said...

Um YUM! I have to make these with my girls -- now off to WalMart to see if I can find those cute bamboo forks! Sharing on my facebook page today. Thanks so much for linking up! IT'S A PARTY @ Three Mango Seeds

Rebecca @ Herons Crafts said...

These looks great! I love the idea of them dipped in hot chocolate! going to pin this so I don't forget - I reckon my housemates would like this one! Thanks for sharing! Have an awesome day!

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Tanya-Lemonsforlulu.com said...

Using those cute little picks is perfect! These are so cute!!! My kids would flip over these little hearts! And they are so easy! Thanks for sharing at One Creative Weekend!

Tessa said...

These look super delicious. I would be so thrilled if you would link up to my new, Valentines Day themed linky party!
http://tessacotton.blogspot.com/2013/01/valentines-day-linky-party.html

Gail Wilson said...

two of my favorite foods! Chocolate and marshmallows!

how fun!

gail

Heidi@OneCreativeMommy.com said...

My kids love to drink hot chocolate. Thanks for the idea to make it extra special! I can't wait to try it. I'll be featuring this fantastic idea tonight on OneCreativeMommy.com. Please stop by and grab a featured button if you’d like. I can’t wait to see what you link up this week! The new party opens at 8:00 MST.

Clair Boone @ www.mummydeals.org said...

OH MAN! GREAT idea girl! Please come link it up at our new Pinterest party: http://mummydeals.org/pinteresting/

Mackenzie said...

Very cute! Lovin' those little 'arrows' too! :) You are a featured favorite this week on Saturday Show & Tell on Cheerios and Lattes! Thanks so much for sharing last week; we can't wait to see what you've been up to this week!
Mackenzie :)

Ellen said...

That looks seriously amazing. I bet it would be great in coffee too!

Anonymous said...

Looks yummy! I really like the mug, too! :-)

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