These Valentine’s Day Marshmallow Pops are the perfect treat for littlest Valentines. So super simple — they can even help!

 

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that I love Valentine’s Day. I adore showering my kiddos with treats and notes and little acts of love — even more than I do on every other day. If you’re like me, try making these Valentine’s Day Marshmallow Pops with your kiddos. They’ll have so much fun!

 

Valentines Day Marshmallow Pops

 

And they’re a cinch to make.

 

Valentine’s Day Marshmallow Pops Recipe

I’ve never met a child who doesn’t love marshmallows, though I’m sure they’re out there. For those fans, though, this simple treat will become a new favorite. It’s easy and sweet. Wrap some up to take to your Valentine’s Day party.

Ingredients

 

Valentines Day Marshmallow Pops

 

Directions

Cut the paper straws to desired length, and poke through at least two-thirds way into the marshmallows.

Valentines Day Marshmallow Pops

 

Melt the candy melts. Put them in a microwave safe container and microwave in bursts of 15 seconds, mixing well each time, until it is smooth.
Holding by the paper straw, dip each marshmallow in the melted candy.

Valentines Day Marshmallow Pops

 

 

Shake off excess and dabble it in the sprinkles.
Valentines Day Marshmallow Pops

 

Fill up a decorative bucket or a deep bowl with rice and stick the pops in to dry.

Valentines Day Marshmallow Pops

 

The pops must be completely dry before serving. The leftovers can be stored in a Ziploc bag or an airtight container.

Valentines Day Marshmallow Pops

Valentines Day Marshmallow Pops

Your Turn:

Do you have a favorite Valentine’s Day treat that you love to share with your kiddos? Tell me all about it.

 

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Colleen Kessler

Colleen is an explorer, tinkerer, educator, writer, creator, and a passionate advocate for the needs of gifted and twice-exceptional children. She has a B.S. in elementary education, a M.Ed. in gifted studies, is a sought-after national speaker and educational consultant, and is the founder of the popular blog and podcast Raising Lifelong Learners, as well as Raising Poppies, a community of support for parents of gifted children. She lives in northeast Ohio with her four bright and quirky kiddos, patient husband, and ever-changing collection of small reptiles, mammals, and insects.

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