Valentine’s Marshmallow Pops

Here’s a Valentine’s treat that is super easy, and perfect to send along with your little sweeties to share with their friends.  My daughter’s love to help make these.  I’ve made them several times (and for different holidays by simply changing the sprinkles) after seeing the idea several years ago on Grace Violet.

All you need…

One bag of Strawberry Marshmallows



Lollipop sticks

Small cellophane bags (if you want to wrap them up)

~ Directions ~

1.  Push a lollipop stick into each marshmallow.

2.  Melt some chocolate (chocolate chips are not recommended)  I usually use Ghirardelli chocolate (found in the baking aisle).  You will probably need 4-8 oz. of chocolate, depending on how many marshmallows you dip.

3.  Dip one marshmallow at a time into the chocolate.

4.  Allow excess chocolate to drip off, then sprinkle your choice of sprinkles onto the chocolate.

5.  Set the marshmallow pop (stick down) in a mug to allow the chocolate to set (you can put the mug of pops in the fridge or freezer for a few minutes)

6.  Once the chocolate is set, if desired, wrap each pop in a small cellophane bag.

7.  Share with friends =)

If you’re feeling domestic this weekend, here are a few other Valentine’s treats to try…

Chocolate Rolled Cookies

Chocolate Cupcakes

Cranberry White Chocolate Bars

Decorated Valentine’s Cookies

Easy Chocolate Mousse (from a mix)


  1. Can't believe I am your first comment for this post. I love everything you do. Your's is my favorite site to go to.

  2. Yummy! I am so going to try this! xo

  3. I made these last week for a bake sale–the committee priced them 2 in a bag (I had bagged and tied with curling ribbon) .50¢ each and they flew off the table–I kept my cost lower by using platic coffee stirrer sticks instead of regular sucker sticks (mine were red so they looked super cute with pink marshmallows!)

  4. These are absolutely adorable! Love them! They look so cute "wrapped" up too!

  5. That's a great use for flavored marshmallows!!!

  6. Super cute!
    Love you!

  7. Glory, these look so cute, what a great idea for kids parties, I'm seeing them on my party tables for years to come, with the sprinkles ever changing. I only wish we could get the seasonal M&M;'s in NZ. They just never come here. We only get the regular ones.

  8. What if I want to use white chocolate? Which kind is best for this project?

  9. lovely recipe!…kisses and happy valentines day!.

  10. Love this!
    I just blogged about your great little recipe… stop on by!

  11. Love these! I wish I had seen this post before I did goody bags for my kids classrooms.

    You are one of my favorite blogs and I would like to pass on the Stylish Blogger Award to you. You may see the post at

    Thanks for all your great posts!

  12. So simplee yet so pretty! I love how youve photographed them too, they look amazing, I'd love to get one of these for Valentines Day!

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  14. headed to the store now. so cute. thanks.

  15. I am doing this today, Glory. As soon as my twins saw it, they had to do it for their classmates. <3

  16. I used wooded skewers (very inexpensive) in a vase. Really cute!

  17. These were great and so super easy!! Thanks for sharing.

  18. These are so nice! I like the idea. It can't be just used for Valentines.

  19. I made SO many of these over the last 2 days! Love them!! They seemed to be a bigger hit then the cake pops I made for Halloween!! Love how easy they are!

  20. I did something similar for my son’s valentines day treats, but i used heart-shaped marshmallows and sprinkles. You can see the results here

  21. I just made these for my daughter’s first birthday party. The theme is pink and brown giraffe so I used pink marshmallows, chocolate, and pink sparkly sprinkles. They turned out so cute and fit the theme perfectly. Party is tomorrow so I’m excited to see what everyone thinks of them! Thank you for the idea!!

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  23. These are so cute!!

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  42. I absolutely love the ideas they are the cutest Valentine’s Day gifts for boys or girls. My boyfriend loved them. And it reminded them to everyone one.

  43. Can I use Wilton chocolate melts?

    • Sure, candy melts would work fine for this! I prefer the taste of real chocolate, but candy melts are a good option if that’s what you have, or if you want to use some fun colors.

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