Surprisingly, I have never made chocolate covered marshmallows before. I felt valentine’s Day was a pretty good time to test out my first batch. Of course I had to jazz them up a bit & turn them into Cupid’s arrows! They turned out mighty cute & you should make some for everyone you know because they couldn’t be easier. You can’t really mess up dipping a marshmallow in chocolate & covering it with sprinkles.
To make some yourself you’ll need- large marshmallows, melting chocolate, Valentine’s Day sprinkles, festive straws, scrapbook paper, hershey kisses & hot glue gun + hot glue.
Stab a straw into the middle of the marshmallow & dip into melted chocolate. Immediately cover with sprinkles & place on wax paper to set.
In the meantime, cut pieces of scrapbook paper into arrow shapes. I cut a strip about 2″ wide then folded in half longways. Then I cut a triangle off the top & cut down the strip in angles creating several of these arrows.
Use tape to attach the paper to the straw, about an inch or 2 from the top. Use the tiniest dab of hot glue to attach the Hershey’s kiss to the top of the straw. As long as you don’t go overboard, the chocolate will not melt & will be just fine.
These look fabulous displayed in a large glass jar on the counter but you can package them up too.
They are perfect for giving away to friends with this printable!
Download here- Shot through the Heart
The fit great in some cello gift bags. Tie them up with the printable & you’re VDay ready! Here comes Cupid.