You Make My Heart Pop Recipe and Printable


You Make My Heart Pop by Jenny Raulli of Bloom Designs for I Heart NaptimeYou Make My Heart Pop Recipe and Free Printable -perfect Valentines Day treat!

I am so looking forward to Valentine’s Day.  My favorite part of this holiday is treating my loved ones to yummy homemade treats.

You Make My Heart Pop Recipe and Free Printable -perfect Valentines Day treat!

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Easy chocolate marshmallow popcorn balls



  • 14 cups popcorn- popped according to directions
  • 16 ounce bag of mini marshmallows
  • 6 Tablespoons of butter
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips or
  • 1/2 cup valentine’s themed sprinkles/jimmies/candies, etc.


  • In a large pot, melt butter over medium heat.
  • Add marshmallows and stir until melted.
  • Add in white chocolates.
  • Remove from heat and stir until smooth.
  • Add popcorn and gently stir until evenly coated.
  • Pour out onto a cookie sheet.
  • Sprinkle on half of the sprinkles.
  • Using buttered hands, form popcorn into one balls for mini bites or two inch ball for regular size.
  • Add additional sprinkles as necessary to each ball to make pretty.
  • Let set until cooled.
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You will have plenty of time to form balls but  make sure to work quickly.  My kids love helping me do this.

You Make My Heart Pop Recipe and Free Printable -perfect Valentines Day treat!

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Package the balls in a cute way and add our free tag which you can download by clicking HERE.  I recommend printing the tag on bright white card stock for best results.

You Make My Heart Pop Recipe and Free Printable -perfect Valentines Day treat!

For more Valentine’s ideas and party inspiration, visit my blog Bloom Designs Online.  You can also find me on Instagram.

Happy Valentin’s Day everyone!



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Jenny Raulli is the editor and everything else of Bloom Designs Online. Her passion for parties, paper, personalized, pretty came from being a stay at home mom to four little ones under eleven. They have lots to celebrate at their house! Party styling is the perfect combination of Jenny’s former life as an art history major and elementary teacher and her most favorite roles- mommy and wife to her husband of 14 years. Her blog is filled with holiday ideas, party planning tips and ways to make each day bloom.

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15 comments on “You Make My Heart Pop Recipe and Printable”

  1. Jennie @ The Diary of a Real Housewife Reply

    Yum! Looks like a fun and yummy v-day treat! 

  2. this is so adorable and yummy looking! pinned and stumbled! 

  3. Hourly cleaning Ealing Reply

    This looks so cute and tasty! Valentine’s Day is coming, just can’t wait!

  4. This recipe has been printed! Thank you for this cute and tasty idea. My kids are going to love me this Valentines day!

  5. Can’t wait to make these with the kids tonight. Just one question, about how many servings/baggies will one batch make? Thanks! <3

  6. Our kids love popcorn. Covered with sprinkles is even better! Can’t wait to make! Thanks for sharing!

  7. I was wondering if you are stating 14 cups of Popped corn, or 14 cups of un-popped popcorn

  8. This looks amazing! I am planning to make for both my kids classes (24 kids/class). Howmany batches do you think I need?

    • Depending on what size containers to use to package them… if you use one cup per each kid, you’d have to make at least four batches. :)

  9. Can you substitute coconut oil for butter? Has anyone tried this? These look super yummy!!!

  10. I made this today. They are cute and easy. I love that they are sweet but not super sweet – they’re just right! I might have gone too slowly. They second half of the sprinkles didn’t stick.

  11. These look delicious! What type of popcorn works best? Plain or buttered?

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