I’ve got a few treats coming your way this Valentine’s Day. Let’s start with mini marshmallow pops!
These are a white chocolate, miniature version of the dark chocolate marshmallow pops I made for Christmas last year.
My future father-in-law complained that the regular sized marshmallows were too large. So this time, I subbed in mini marshmallows. In the process, I realized this recipe would be great for kids. Coincidence?
Use one to two bars of good white chocolate. Melt on low heat on the stove top. Prep your marshmallows by inserting toothpicks for dipping.
Add a couple of drops of red food coloring to the white chocolate. Technically, you should use an oil-based dye because water-based coloring will ruin the chocolate. I used a water-based dye here and it was fine with only a few drops.
Coat the marshmallows in chocolate and then decorate them how you like. You could use colorful sprinkles, coarse sugar, powdered sugar, or leave them plain.
Use red string to assemble them into a petit bouquet.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
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