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chocolate covered strawberries recipe

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I LOVE Valentines! Especially Valentine treats! When I saw these strawberry marshmallows at the store I thought they would be perfect to dip in chocolate!

These are seriously the easiest treat to make.

chocolate covered marshmallow

First you’ll need to get lollipop sticks (from any craft store) and stick it in the middle of the marshmallow.

Then melt about a half a bag of chocolate chips  in the microwave for 1 min.

Dip the marshmallow about 3/4 the way down and then twirl it up.

strawberry marshmallow

Add some sprinkles and stick them in Styrofoam to dry. That’s it! Piece of cake! It only takes about 10 minutes to make!

Once they are dry you can wrap them in up in treat bags and tie a cute ribbon on.

cupcake sprinkles

umm hello… easiest, cutest, yummiest treats ever!! Strawberry marshmallows have to be my new favorite!

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Testing out the new features on my camera… I can’t wait until I can figure it all out! Still have a LONGGG way to go!

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These sticks are also cute to tie on a little gift for a friend.

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YUMMY! My little boy was in heaven when I gave one to him. He also shared these with his neighbor friends and they all LOVED them.

He was begging me for “mooore mshmelloys” all day long!

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Jamielyn Nye is the owner and managing editor of I Heart Nap Time. She aspires to reach women, get their creative juices flowing, and to genuinely inspire. Her unique projects have been featured on many popular websites, including: BHG, Martha Stewart, Fox, ABC, People, Parents and more. When she’s not creating . . . Jamielyn loves to chase her two little monkeys and snuggle up on the couch with her man.

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6 Responses to “Chocolate Covered Strawberry {Marshmallows}”

  1. whipperberry.com

    love, love, LOVE! I bought heart shaped marshmallows the other day and may need to make this for my kiddos too! Thanks for partying with WhipperBerry this weekend. I am actually truly honored. You have been such and inspiration and help to us at WhipperBerry so to see your link made my day!!

    kisses
    heather

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  2. fruitfulwords

    I already have the chips in the cupboard. The strawberry marshmallows are less than $1.50. Yep, bought some because of this post. This will be a great project to do with my godson. :)

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  3. Lisa Giefer

    Thanks Jamielyn for sharing these cool marshmallow pops, I will be making some this weekend for my daughter's Valentine party Monday! I have started a new blog at lifeinthegieferhouse.blogspot.com
    I hope to add my marshmallows on there when i get them done.
    Lisa

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  4. Steve G.

    Your blog is really cute! :D
    If you’re not too worried about decorating the marshmallows, you can just cool them in the freezer (don’t freeze them) and dip them in chocolate shell syrup for ice cream. It’s super quick, and totally safe for the kids to do for themselves! Just a little spin on this great idea!

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