This chocolate marshmallow recipe is a foolproof way to make adorable dessert. It is great for party and even gifts during holiday seasons. There are also a few tricks that you can tie this recipe to many other party themes and special occasions.
Total Time: 50 Minutes
Prep Time: 5 Minutes
Active Cook Time: 45 Minutes
I have been making this cute, festive chocolate marshmallow pops since 2004 Thanksgiving. You don't know how many batches I make every year since then.
Everybody in my extended family expects to have these cuties when it comes to big dinner parties. I even use different sprinkles for different occasions and festivals. And you know what, everybody loves it. From toddlers to the elderly, everybody enjoys it so much that you will be surprised that it is gone in no time.
I cannot emphasize enough how important it is to freeze the marshmallow. Yes, you heard me right. Freeze the marshmallow. This step is super easy and important. It determines your success of making this chocolate marshmallow recipe.
When you buy marshmallow in the store, make sure that it doesn't stick on the bag. Also, each piece of marshmallow should move inside the bag without sticking to each other. This is my experience throughout the years of making this chocolate marshmallow recipe countless time. This will save you a lot of frustration.
As you know by now that I served this many times throughout the years. I even served it during the warmer season. What I found was that even with air-conditioning blasting indoor, the chocolate gets the condensation from the humidity in the air during summer time. Although everything was intact, the dessert didn’t look very appetizing. So, I highly recommend you serving this dessert any time, but summer.
This tip is super easy and does not cost you extra.
I made this for my little one’s Batman-themed birthday party one year. With a piece of tape or glue to stick 2 pieces of confetti together on top of the party picks.
If you have stickers which are in a very unified shape, like all are circles, you can easily personalized this dessert by putting 2 stickers back to back together on top of each frill pick.
1 Bag (10oz) Marshmallow
1 Bag (12oz) Chocolate Chips/Morsels (Any flavor you like. My preference is semi-sweet.)
Sprinkles or Color Sugar (Any kind; I always get the one that goes with the theme of the party or festival)
1 Bag Medium Length Skewers (toothpicks are fine, too)
2 Cups Water
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