How to make chocolate marshmallows
One thing I absolutely love and always try to buy for my kids stockings and Easter baskets is chocolate marshmallows. I love them because they aren’t too many colories or fat in them compared to a normal candy bar.
Make the chocolate marshmallows you will not regret it!
I was so excited to make them the other day and find out they taste exactly like the ones you buy at the store. Even if you use older marshmallows that aren’t as fresh (which is what I did), they taste great! Only better…you know what’s in them and you made them! You can eliminate the sticks and just use your fingers like I did for the last few. They are still as pretty and yummy as the ones with sticks. Make sure you put them in the freezer. That is an important part of the recipe to get the chocolate to set. I didn’t do that with the last few and they weren’t quite as good, in my opinion. Enjoy and make them for your kids. What an inexpensive item to put in your child’s Easter basket!
Check out my easy chocolate marshmallows recipe and make them yourselves, just in time to put in Easter Baskets!
Chocolate Marshmallows Recipe
- 2 cups chocolate chips (I like semisweet)
- 16 large marshmallows
- sticks (optional)
- Heat chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl or pyrex in microwave 1-2 minutes (microwave times vary). Stir and check every 30 seconds so it doesn't burn. As soon as the chocolate is smooth it's ready and you'll only know that by stirring. Dip marshmallows in chocolate, put on plate, repeat dipping all marshmallows. Put in freezer for 20 minutes pull out and let sit 5 minutes then eat.
- These are so simple and taste as good as those you get at the store!