Valentine's Marshmallow Pops

These Valentine’s Marshmallow Pops are super easy to prepare.  They make the sweetest Valentine’s treat to share, wrapped in a clear plastic bag and tied with a ribbon.   Attach a little Valentine’s card and these becomes the perfect treat for your little sweeties to hand out to their friends.

Valentine's Marshmallow Pops

These cute little treats are an inspiration I got from Pinterest.  They would also make great party favors.  You could change the colors to match just about any theme, or holiday colors.

All you’ll need to get started is one bag of Strawberry Marshmallows, white dipping chocolate, sprinkles, lollipop sticks, and small cellophane bags, if gifting.

Valentine's Marshmallow Pops

If you’re feeling really domestic this weekend, you can try this Valentine’s treat.

Valentine's Marshmallow Pops

Valentine’s Marshmallow Pops

Serving Up Southern


  • One bag of Strawberry Marshmallows
  • 6-8 ounces white dipping chocolate depending on how many marshmallows your dipping (I used Ghirardelli White Melting Wafers)
  • Sprinkles
  • Lollipop sticks
  • Small cellophane bags if desired.

Chocolate chips are not recommended


    • Press a lollipop stick into the center of each marshmallow
    • Melt dipping chocolate over a double broiler (do not let water boil)
    • Dip marshmallows one at a time, allow access chocolate to drip off.
    • Roll dipped marshmallows in sprinkles and place on a tray covered with wax paper. Or, you can place marshmallows, stick down, in a mug until the chocolate sets. These can also be placed in a freezer for a few minutes.
    • If you're gifting these, once the chocolate is set, place each pop in a cellophane bag and tie with a ribbon.

    Disclaimer: Nutritional values (per serving) are approximates only and will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.

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    1. Hi Kim, I’ve done these pops several times for Valentine’s, Christmas and birthday parties and Pinned them. I hope you got the idea from me because I love to inspire others. Super cute.

      1. Hi Carol! I wish I could give you the credit, but the truth is this post is over 5 years old, and I got the idea when similar pops were brought to a children’s party at church. ;) That prompted me to look on Pinterest which gave me even more inspiration to do my own post on them. Like you, I hope others have seen my Pins for these and been inspired. It’s always fun to see different twists on things. I’ve seen these done is so many cute ways. Thanks for stopping by!

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