Valentine's Marshmallow Pops - Food Fun Friday

Marshmallow Heart Pops - These are perfect for a class party. So many ways to decorate them!

Today for Food Fun Friday I am sharing an easy recipe for Valentine's marshmallow pops. I wouldn't recommend you make these with little ones because the melted candy is pretty hot, but little ones will definitely enjoy eating them as you will see. If you are looking for some Valentine's treats to make with kids check out our Valentine's Cupcakes.

You will need:
Valentine's Recipes

Melt the candy melts in the microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring every 30 seconds. I did white and red pops so I kept the candy melts separate but you can mix them if you want pink pops.

Decide what color pop you want to make and dip your heart marshmallow into the melted candy. 

Marshmallow hearts

After you dip the marshmallow in the candy, dip it in the sprinkles.


To achieve the look below, simply dip one side in the melted candy and then dip in the sprinkles and let dry. When dry you can push the lollipop stick into the bottom.

marshmallow pops

You can also completely cover the marshmallow in the melted candy and get a pop like the ones below.  To do a completely dipped pop insert your lollipop stick in before dipping. Make sure you shake off the excess melted candy or it will drip and then your pop will dry lumpy. Push the pops into the Styrofoam and let them dry for about 30 minutes or until the candy has completely hardened.

Valentines heart pops

With just a few items you can make a variety of pops. Wrap these in a small plastic candy bag and tie with a ribbon for a Valentine's treat!

Marshmallow Pops for Valentine's Day

The kids loved the Valentine's Marshmallow Pops and so did my hubby. I may have tried one (or two) just to make sure they were edible.

Child eating Valentines treat

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  1. Looks yummy! I love candy and marshmallows! Renee

  2. These look so yummy...and fun to make. I'm your newest RSS follower. Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving me a kind comment on my Sweetheart Cinnamon Rolls. I hope you'll visit Posed Perfection again soon and maybe even follow me back. Have a wonderful week!

  3. These look delightful and the perfect addition to a Valentines party!

  4. These are adorable! Cute food on a stick - awesome! :)

  5. These are adorable! We would love to have you link up with us at The Hopeless Housewife!

  6. These look delicious! Thanks so much for sharing this idea with us. :)

  7. These are so cool! My little guy would love them. Pinning to my Valentine's Day Board :)

  8. So cute and easy to do! We made some like this for the 4th of July with star shaped marshmallows and they were a huge hit! Stopping by from TT&J.

  9. Pinning from the Pin Party on Diana Rambles! This may be easy but it is sooo adorable! I just feel like putting these together right now! Thanks for sharing!


  10. Yummy! Wonderful Valentine's treat.

    Thanks for sharing on Kids Get Crafty.


  11. This is my kind of baking. I am going to totally try this down the line. :)

  12. I'm in the process of trying to make my own heart marshmallows because I couldn't find any for our S'More Valentines. These pops are so cute!

  13. Those are really pretty!! Thanks for sharing this at my Pin Me Linky Party.

  14. So fun and so easy! Love it.
    I have a bag of the marshmallows in my cupboard just waiting for a fun idea. I'd love for you to come over to Finding the Pretty & Delicious Linky party and share your fun idea!

  15. My kids would absolutely love these!