An adorably sweet Valentine's Day treat! Conversation Heart Marshmallow Pops are a fun kids activity and the perfect gift for friends, family, and teachers!

Marshmallow Conversation Heart Pops

Chocolate-dipped Conversation Heart Marshmallow Pops are easy enough for kids to make and absolutely adorable Valentine's Day gifts!

Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 1 hour
Servings 12 pops
Calories 533 kcal
Author Stacey aka the Soccer Mom



  • 1 bag Large heart-shaped marshmallows
  • 1 package White melting chocolate
  • 1 package Pink melting chocolate
  • 1 package Red melting chocolate
  • "XO" icing decorations


  • Lollipop sticks
  • Candy decorating bags
  • Disposable muffin pans


  1. Push candy sticks through marshmallows, starting in the middle of the bottom point. The sticks need to be almost completely through for stability, but take care not to push the stick out the top.

  2. Prepare white and pink melting chocolate according to directions on package. (We started with two bowls of white chocolate pieces and added the bright pink candy to one bowl to create a light pink when melted/mixed).

  3. Dip marshmallows into melting chocolate and gently turn to coat. We used a spoon to help cover the entire surface of the marshmallow. After marshmallow is fully coated, slowly spin over the bowl so excess chocolate will drip off.

  4. Allow chocolate coating to dry completely before decorating.

  5. We used candy decorating bags and red and pink melting candy to write short Valentine's themed words on our pops. Attach icing decorations (like the "XO" ones we used) by putting a drop of melting chocolate on the back of the candies as "glue."

Nutrition Facts
Marshmallow Conversation Heart Pops
Amount Per Serving
Calories 533 Calories from Fat 243
% Daily Value*
Fat 27g42%
Saturated Fat 16g100%
Cholesterol 17mg6%
Sodium 95mg4%
Potassium 243mg7%
Carbohydrates 69g23%
Sugar 63g70%
Protein 5g10%
Vitamin A 25IU1%
Vitamin C 0.4mg0%
Calcium 169mg17%
Iron 0.3mg2%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.