Chocolate & Candy Cane Marshmallows

Put on your pearls, lace up those apron strings and get ready to play little Suzie Homemaker, because you won’t be spending much time in the kitchen for this one and everyone will adore you for how thoughtful you are for making these charming little marshmallows.

What cup of cocoa isn’t better with marshmallows? These little numbers do their job of melting into your beverage with glee. Seasonably fashionable, simple and adorable – what’s not to love?

Hosting this season? These marshmallows make a great party favor. They are also a great little gift for teachers or co-workers.


Chocolate & Candy Cane Marshmallows

Post spotted at  Simple Organized Living By Brenda at A farmgirl’s dabbles; Inspired by A Field Journal and Better Homes and Gardens


  • 24 large marshmallows
  • 5 regular size candy canes
  • 2 oz. chocolate bark
  • 2 oz. dark chocolate chips


Place candy canes in a sturdy sealed bag and crush with a rolling pin or mallet.
Place crushed candy canes in a small dish.
Place the chocolates in a small dish and melt, stirring the chocolates together
Dip one end of each marshmallow in the chocolate, then shake it gently to allow excess chocolate to drip off. Then press into the crushed candy canes.
Place marshmallows on a wax paper-covered baking sheet and refrigerate briefly, until the chocolate hardens.
Store in an airtight container.
Enjoy on their own or in hot cocoa.


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  1. says

    Those are SO cute, what a great idea! I love how only the top of the marshmallow is dipped in chocolate. I’d much rather have one of those marshmallows in my hot chocolate! :) Thanks so much for sharing such a creative idea, I love it.

  2. says

    These are awesome! I don’t know anyone who wouldn’t be thrilled to receive these… Chocolate dipped marshmallows are best, and with the candy canes these ones are so festive.

  3. says

    What a great idea! It is amazing how a few ingredients can transform a marshmallow into something so good. I imagine that just changing the colors of the toppings could make them into an any season holiday favorite.

  4. says

    Oh my. You have one of those blogs. You know the kind with the super yummy food that makes me wanna lick my computer screen while simultaneously making me feel bad about my non-existent cooking skills resulting in me forwarded pages to my mother begging that she makes something for me. Yes. One of those blogs.

    Well, now I’m distracted. But I stopped by to say thanks for stopping by my blog on my SITS day yesterday, I appreciate it! Your blog looks awesome


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