My kids love marshmallows. Who doesn't right? They are loaded with sugar. I use the small round ones for Watergate Salad. But I usually buy the big chunky ones for my little one. The other day I found these fun heart shaped ones, but round the year you can find cylindrical or square ones.
I have covered the marshmallow bits in chocolate before, but the heart shaped ones seems fun to make for Valentine's. Isn't it cool? I hadn't taken picture and my kiddos jumped at it. I made another batch yesterday and it was the same case, but luckily I could take some pictures for you guys. This is super quick to make, makes a nice treat to pack for kids for Valentine day party
Big Marshmallows - About 2 dozen
Semi-sweet Chocolate Morsels - 1/2 Cup
Heavy Cream - 1/2 Cup
Butter - 1 tbsp.
Cherries to top
Method of Preparation:
~ In a pan add heavy cream and butter and heat over medium. Keep whisking them.
~ Once it's heated through, add the morsels and switch off the heat.
~ After few seconds, whisk the melting morsels thoroughly so everything is smooth.
~ Keep a plate ready with parchment paper lining.
~ Dip the marshmallow completely and using spoon coat them thoroughly. Take it out on plate.
~ Pat dry cherry and dip it in chocolate and top it on the marshmallow by slightly pushing it in.
~ For half covered chocolate I dipped them half way and took it out. Possibilities are endless.
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