College Cooking: Valentine’s Marshmallow Treats

College Cooking: Valentine’s Marshmallow Treats

February 15
00:29 2013

Areli Chavez



For those with a sweetheart or just a sweet tooth, chocolate marshmallow treats are great addition to all the chocolate-dipped delicacies this Valentine’s weekend. They are delicious, easy to make and great to share.


1 bag of marshmallows (strawberry or regular)

1bag of chocolate chips

24 heart cupcake toppers

Pink and red sprinkles


Melt the chocolate chips in the microwave in 30-second intervals.

Get 24 marshmallows and put one heart cupcake topper on each one.

Dip the marshmallows in the melted chocolate and top with red/pink sprinkles.

Lay them over wax paper until the chocolate hardens.

This treat is versatile and can be adapted for any and every occasion. Top the chocolate-covered marshmallows with graham cracker crumbs for a s’more-like treat, or dip the marshmallows in caramel and top with mini chocolate chips.

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