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Chocolate Covered Strawberry Hearts. Have you heard of Dollhouse Bake Shoppe? Well, it is a very cute blog and store with tutorials for cake pops and all things cute.   Lindsay Ann from Dollhouse Bake Shoppe invited me to participate in a “virtual” Valentine’s Party.   1. I love the name Lindsay Ann. I have decided to shift my middle name to my first. From this point going forward, you will call me Jasmin Rebecca. Okay, probably doesn’t work quite as well. 5-syllables.

2. I had to look up what a virtual party is. I am so sheltered. But now, I am not only in the know, I am cool enough to get invited to the hottest parties. Eat your heart out Paris Hilton.

3. Valentine’s Day is a challenge for me. I roll my eyes at romantic movies, and decided pink and purple were no longer my favorite color by age 11 (replaced by blue and green).


How will I create something that says, “love”?   There are two things I am certain of:

1. The best part of Valentine’s day as a child was not receiving the candy, but making those silly cards in art. The more glitter the better. Glitter was like a drug for me. Imagine me, but much smaller and bowl cut bangs (thanks, Dad) dumping glitter in wide-eyed hysterics. I would bite any classmate who tried to grab the glitter first. Those flecks adhered itself to my skin and hair for the better part of the year.

2. I LOVE my stuffed strawberry recipes, so why not create a Valentine’s version of the food that I feel unconditional affection for?


And so, my chocolate covered strawberry hearts (covered in glitter, of course) were born. By the way, there is no gluten in these in case you have an allergy or special diet.


Please feel free to join me at the virtual Valentine’s Day party. I will be spiking the punch and double dipping my chips in the dip, when I’m not serving chocolate covered strawberry hearts. If you’re lucky, maybe I’ll freestyle rap about glitter. Red glitter. Not pink or purple.


Here’s What You Need For Your Chocolate Covered Strawberry Hearts. Filled With Marshmallow


store-bought marshmallow cream (Fluff is one brand, but there are probably more natural versions out there) OR cook you own as I always do and experience the most heavenly thing you have ever tasted

-2 egg whites

 1/4  teaspoon of cream of tartar

-  1/2 cup of corn syrup

 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla 1/4 cup of sugar ( know the kind people put in their coffee) + another 1 tablespoon of sugar

1/6 cup of water


*Obviously marshmallow cream from the store is quicker if you are an impatient cook, or don’t want to buy a candy thermometer. The home-made version tastes much better, so weigh your options. You do not even have to use marshmallow at all if it isn’t your thing.

good quality dark chocolate

either red candy melts OR a red candy pen (Both can be found at baking supply stores, some iParty stores, or arts & craft stores. William Sonoma sells a few colors in candy pens as well.)

red disco dust (this is like an edible glitter, I purchase mine at baking supply stores or online. Google it.)

UPDATE!!: Disco dust used to be labeled as non-toxic, but now they have added the label non-edible as well. In other words, it is intended for decoration and not necessarily consumption. Should you still choose to use it, consume at your own risk.

 strawberries (larger ones are better, since they hold more strawberries but medium strawberries are fine. Heck, even small ones works so long as you don’t need a ton of marshmallow.)


UPDATE!!! For the marshmallow filling, I have a recipe post that breaks it down with a video. Here is the link to that recipe, and watch the video below. I promise, it is really not difficult to make and tastes AMAZING. Like blow your friends’ minds amazing.


To make your chocolate covered strawberry hearts, begin by making your marshmallow. You need a candy thermometer.


Grab your marshmallow ingredients.   ingredients for marshmallow cream

Toss the egg whites and cream of tartar into a clean mixing bowl.


cream of tartar and egg whites

Mix on low to medium low.

mix on low to medium-low


egg whites froth up

As soon as the egg whites begin to froth up, slowly add the tablespoon of sugar.

soft peaks will form

Stop once soft peaks form when you lift the mixer attachment out of the egg whites.     Now pour  1/6 cup of water, corn syrup and the 1/4 cup of sugar into a sauce pan. Attach a candy thermometer. Heat on medium, stirring occasionally.


boil sugar mixture, attach a candy thermometer


If you have not used a candy thermometer, do not be afraid. It is a very useful tool, and some even measure oil temperature for frying food. You set it either at a temperature, or certain candy stages. For this, you would set it at “firm-ball stage.”


Cheaper candy thermometers only have a thermometer, so you need to keep an eye on it as it will not beep once it has reached temperature.


Once the mixture has reached 245 degrees, turn off heat and IMMEDIATELY remove from stove. Use something heat–safe to grab the sauce pan by its handle.   Turn the mixer on low (with the egg white still in the bowl) and slowly pour the sugar into the  egg white.

turn mixer on low


A stand alone mixer works nicely for this.   Keep in mind that once you remove the sugar from the heat you need to work pretty quickly. The sugar begins to hard as it cools. Don’t freak out or anything. Just have everything prepped and move efficiently


Once the mixture is poured in, increase mixer speed to high and beat for about 4-5 minutes. Add the vanilla.


marshmallow cream


Perfect.     To construct your chocolate covered strawberry hearts, now cut your strawberries.


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1. Rip the stem off. 2. Slice in half down the middle. 3. Use a small knife to cut out the middle of each half (top right-hand corner). 4. Stick a toothpick through each half to attach them. 5. Optional: throw a little disco dust inside. 6. Use a butter knife, small knife or spoon to scoop marshmallow into each half.   Here’s a closer view of the steps.


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*Tip: Before scooping marshmallow into strawberry, use a paper towel to dry out as much of the liquid from the strawberry as possible. It will make it easier to coat with chocolate.


melt chocolate in a double boiler

Now to melt your chocolate. You know, since they are strawberry hearts covered in chocolate, and all.  If you are not picky about the appearance of your chocolate, simply break it up and melt in a double boiler. This is a sauce pan filled with water. A glass bowl is placed on top so that the water is in contact with the bottom of the bowl. Turn on the heat to low. Stir chocolate until melted and smooth.


If you want to have glossy chocolate that snaps nicely and looks more professional, you want to temper your chocolate. Do the same as above, but place in only half of your chocolate. It also helps to chop it into smaller pieces than in the photo.   Now you need to use a chocolate thermometer to measure the temperature.


You could always use a digital candy thermometer, but it won’t necessarily be as accurate or register at a lower temperature required for chocolate.


It’s up to you. Click here to understand the difference between a candy thermometer and a chocolate thermometer.   Melt chocolate in double boiler until it reaches about 116 degrees for dark chocolate.


Remove from heat. Stir constantly, adding in the other half of the chocolate. Add a few chopped pieces a little at a time, until it is melted in. Then add a little more.


how to temper chocolate


Measure the temperature from time to time, and continue to stir constantly. It will be a little bit of a workout for your arm.   Once the temperature lowers to about 85 degrees.   Place back onto pan with water and warm up, but only a few degrees (up to 90 degrees). The chocolate is ready to use. If it begins to set, feel free to warm it back up again, but no higher than 90 degrees.   Temper or not, your chocolate covered strawberries will taste amazing.


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The next step is to dollop the chocolate onto the strawberries and marshmallow. Carefully use a small knife or spoon to spread the chocolate so that it pours over the sides.   Make sure the strawberries are dry (use paper towel) before covering in chocolate.   If you wanted to, you could stop now and simply remove the toothpicks. Or, you can cover the top side as well.


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Turn strawberries over, remove toothpicks and dollop more chocolate on top. Push the chocolate so that it pours down the sides.   Using a cooling rack for cookies is very helpful.   If you want to glitter up your chocolate covered strawberries, melt your red candy melt or candy pen (directions on back of pen). Drizzle on top of strawberry and then pour disco dust over.   Once the red chocolate hardens, pick up chocolate covered strawberry and shake off excess.


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If you are looking to make a quicker version of these chocolate covered strawberries, here is a summary of shortcuts: ‘

-skip the glitter, and even the red chocolate drizzle

-don’t worry about tempering the chocolate and simply melt it

-buy a marshmallow cream instead of making it


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yum. So much better than those stinky boxes of chocolate.


You can’t go wrong with glitter. Unless we are referring to the movie. Then you can.     See you February 5th!!


*If you have found this website because you posted a photo from this recipe on Pinterest (or other social networks) and it was removed, please understand  it does not affect your account in any way and was removed because your photo did not link back to the proper source or give any credit. If this confuses you, please research, “intellectual property rights”.  Do not form assumptions and leave comments until you understand intellectual property rights FIRST. Seriously. 


You can also read my post about copyright with some resources: 


****If you are considering posting up photos or ideas from this or any other posts I am truly happy that you are excited and find my recipes interesting enough to share with others. Please see copyright standards in the footer (bottom) AND follow them!!!!

Chocolate Covered Strawberry Hearts. Filled With Marshmallow. Happy Valentoon's Day.
Recipe type: Dessert
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 0-12
Chocolate covered strawberry hearts that are filled with soft marshmallow cream. These strawberries are cut and placed together to look like cute little hearts covered in chocolate.
  • You do NOT have permission to paste or share this recipe anywhere without the author’s permission. Please see copyright standards in the footer of site. Visit: Search: “strawberry hearts” for photos, supply list and detailed instructions. Or click here..
  • 2 egg whites
  • ¼ teaspoon of cream of tartar
  • ½ cup of corn syrup
  • ½ teaspoon of vanilla
  • ¼ cup of sugar + another 1 tablespoon of sugar
  • ⅙ cup of water
  1. You do NOT have permission to paste or share this recipe anywhere without the author’s permission. Please see copyright standards in the footer of site. Visit: Search: “strawberry hearts” for photos, supply list and detailed instructions. Or click here..
  2. Toss the egg whites and cream of tartar into a clean mixing bowl.
  3. Mix on low to medium low.
  4. As soon as the egg whites begin to froth up, slowly add the tablespoon of sugar. Soft peaks will form.
  5. Pour ⅙ cup of water, corn syrup and the ¼ cup of sugar into a sauce pan.
  6. Heat on medium, stirring occasionally. Attach a candy thermometer
  7. Once the mixture has reached 245 degrees, turn off heat and IMMEDIATELY remove from stove.
  8. Turn the mixer on low (with the egg white still in the bowl) and slowly pour the sugar into the egg white.
  9. Once the mixture is poured in, increase mixer speed to high and beat for about 4-5 minutes. Add the vanilla.
  10. For Strawberry construction, please visit the webpage link provided
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 Calories: 160


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Click here for the recipe.

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112 Responses to Chocolate Covered Strawberry Hearts. Filled With Marshmallow. Happy Valentoon’s Day.

  1. those look so cute, I love anything with disco dust!

  2. Samantha says:

    Love it! Now for the marshmallow how much water do you add?

    • Jasmin says:

      @ Samantha

      Thanks for the heads up! It’s 1/6 cup of water. I added it into the recipe.

      • Joy Christensen says:

        How many recipes to you find that will use “1/6 cup”…maybe use tablespoons or teaspoons instead??

        • Jasmin says:

          @Joy, hmmmm maybe WHO CARES!

          • Kait says:

            Wow rude. I agree with Joy, where on earth do you find a 1/6 of a cup. Cater to your readers. Use teaspoons or tablespoons. Jeesh.mnms

          • Jasmin says:

            @Kait, Most people can do basic math, if they prefer. Filling a liquid cup with water is not difficult. This is a food blog. Relax and have fun!

          • jerrilynn says:

            its simple MATH or were your readers the ones that failed simple math allow me…get an 8 ounce liquid measuring cup…divide it into 6 equal parts..hence 1/6…DUH its like measuring for a 1/4 or a 1/2 cup or even a 1/3 of a cup….I swear some women go ape shit over the little things…i agree Jasmin ..and I add if you can’t count or divide you sure are up a creek without a frigging paddle….

          • James says:

            To the people complaining, have you ever heard of Google? It took me literally five seconds to find out 1/6 cups is 8 teaspoons.

  3. these are stunning! and sound sooo yummy.

    hope you don’t mind I am pinning them 🙂

  4. Lindsay Ann says:

    Genius! They look so incredible, I cannot wait to share! Thanks so much for spreading the word. Loved the post 🙂 too funny.

  5. panda says:


  6. Olivia says:

    Chocolate – good.
    Marshmellow – better.
    Strawberries – Utopia!

    Super cute recipe idea!! Love your blog.


  7. These are such fun heart treats!

  8. Connie says:

    Vegetarian Marshmallow Fluff? I didn’t know it existed….you’ve made me one very happy girl!

  9. joanie says:

    They look terrific! Can you tell us when to add the 1/2 tsp of vanilla to the marshmallow? Thanks!

  10. becky says:

    hi found you thru one pretty thing…these are wow and yummy. 1 question please. cannot find marshmallow cream or corn syrup, so cant make. but can get marshmallow. can i melt them somehow (how?) and use instead…also deff cant get glitter, but could drizzle white choc instead!!!
    thanks for this…going to try to make them if you think i can get away with melting marshmallows. hugs

  11. Alexandra says:

    These are adorable!! I am so making these 🙂
    I may have skipped over this and not noticed it – but when do you take out the toothpicks?

  12. Sonya says:

    Hi! Found you through “Holidays” on FaceBook. These are too cute and different! I really wanna make these now. 🙂 I don’t know if there’s any bakery shops around here so I’m going to check out Michael’s (or possibly Hobby Lobby) for the disco dust. I ~LOVE~ the glitter!! Just seeing this now, I wouldn’t have time to order any from online, so hopefully one of those stores sell it.

    Two questions:
    1) The red candy melts… Those are the same candy melts one would use to make those candy lollypops, right?

    2) I see that you remove the toothpicks from the strawberries after the chocolate is brushed onto one side. But I would want to wait for the chocolate to dry first, right. Same with coating the other side, wait till the first side is dry. Right? (Sorry if those a silly questions.)

    • Jasmin says:


      Disco dust will not be at Micheal’s or Hobby Lobby. You need to go to a baking supply store. Where do you live? I can look one up for you.
      1. Red candy melts are found at Hobby Lobby or Michael’s. They are usually used for cake pops. Just ask one of the people working at either store and they can show you.
      2. Yes, wait for the chocolate to dry, then remove toothpicks carefully. AFTER toothpicks are removed you coat the front side with chocolate as well.

      Make sense?

      Questions are never silly. Ask away. Trolling is considered silly.

  13. Kathleen says:

    I just wanted to thank you for putting your website’s URL onto your images. I saw this recipe on Pinterest, but the link lead absolutely nowhere. If you had not included your URL, I would have never found this place! The only issue I had is that it took me a while to decipher the URL because the font was so “scripty” and small. I kept thinking it said “” LOL However, I saved the image and then zoomed way in, and was finally able to figure it out. 😉 But anyways, thank you again!

    • Jasmin says:

      @KAthleen, thank you for taking the time to figure it out. A website had used my image without permission and it was taken down so that is why it led to nowhere.
      I am working on a new post and just changed the watermark because I realized it was not clear enough to see. Thank you for your feedback!

  14. Alex says:

    Why you didn’t sent abuse letter to Pinterest i think they have a lot of your pictures 🙂

    • Melissa says:

      I’m just wondering what type of gratification you get by reposting things that don’t belong to you. Do you also steal from old ladies and take candy from children? You should take pictures of that and post it on pinterest too.

      I’d look into grammar lessons when you are done thieving others, you witty little man. 🙂

  15. Kathryn Mcphee says:

    Just wanted to ask if the temperatures you stated were fahrenheit or celsius. Recipe looks sooooo delicious

  16. love your stuff says:

    Hey!! love your stuff… just a heads up a page on facebook is posting your stuff and not following your info below… your name wasnt listed etc.. just the link so I thought you may want to confront them as its not the first thing they use of yours facebook page is called Quotes Etc. Post was made July 20th about 5 hours ago.. so 1pm eastern time.!/pages/Quotes-Etc/283215951781931

    • Jasmin says:

      hey tammy! As long as they link back and don’t post instructions, I am okay. I will go check out the page though. Thanks for your support!

  17. sarah says:

    I’M GONNA MAKE THESE! Well, just heart shaped strawbs without the marshmallow, but will do that another day!! Will post of my blog next week THANK YOUUU! x

  18. nahlha says:

    I received a complaint about stealing your pictures on fb and I just wanted to clarify that although I did take your picture it was not in the intention to steal anything. If you are going to post items on pinterest and put a disclaimer from your site you have to realize that not everyone is going to check out your site just because they see a picture they like and want to share. If you want to put a copyright on it then fine, however if you want to advertise your site then it’s your responsibility to put your site url on the picture otherwise DON’T share on pinterest and threaten my blog or pages. Thanks.

    • Melissa says:

      I’m befuddled.
      You said you took her picture, didn’t follow the instructions she has listed on every single post but want to berate her for your inability to
      read? If you run a blog; I’m rather confused on how it’s her problem you didn’t follow the rules.
      Perhaps I should find some of your stuff, crop out the URL and blame you when it goes viral. Your argument sounds about as nonsensical as a pea and peanut butter sandwich.

      • Linda Treadwell says:

        I just want to say I repinned this in Pinterest and got an email that they pulled it and complained. What did I do? I didn’t crop out urls or anything so how do you know what this lady did that you complain to. Just wondering. Everyone nowadays is so qiuck to jump down people’s throats…just sayin’.

        • Jasmin says:

          @Linda, Who is jumping down your throat?
          We report 1 Fine Cookie images that either link to nothing or link to another website other than 1 Fine Cookie.

    • Jasmin says:

      1. The second a person clicks the button on their camera and records a photograph, the moment a person publishes a writing piece, it is AUTOMATICALLY copyright protected. I don’t have to WANT a “copyright on it”, it just is my intellectual property the second I create it. It naturally occurs. Nothing has to be done on the artist’s/writer’s/etc. end. I can choose who shares my photos and how, and who does not. That is my right. You posted my photo and didn’t bother to find/credit the original source. I had the right to have it removed. Simple as that.

      2. You did not receive a complaint, you had a photo taken down from your page. A complaint would have been a whiny message from me. I filed a report and it went bye-byeeeeeee.

      If it was removed from your Facebook page successfully, then YOU were doing something wrong and not me, as Facebook typically abides by the law and acts accordingly. Nobody threatened your blog or pages, whatever the heck it is. YOU used a photo and did not link back, and I had the legal right to have it removed. YOU did something wrong, and therefore YOU are the one who “threatened” your own pages/blog. Stop displacing blame.

      3. It is not MY responsibility to do anything about my protected material, it is YOUR responsibility as a law-abiding citizen to avoid ignorance. “Gee officer I was driving 80 because I couldn’t see the speed limit sign.” Not knowing, or being ignorant is not an excuse. It is YOUR responsibility to know what is correct and legal and what is not. On the streets in everyday, tangible life, and online.
      Read this and the links in article:

      3. Most people I follow on Pinterest DO take the time to make sure the photos they “share” are linked appropriately to their original source (That is why many bloggers are okay and encourage Pinterest. Many actually know how to share responsibly, just not you.) On occasion, some people don’t realize and it is not linked. They usually look up my recipe and say things like “Whoops, sorry about that. I had no idea, but I am glad I found you.” I am sure I myself may have Pinned a photo that might be linked to the incorrect source. If someone reported the image and had it removed I would not be upset, I would be glad for them.

      I WILL keep using Pinterest for my responsible and smart fans. I WILL report you if you cannot link my photos back to my site.

  19. Leslie says:

    Hello! I am so glad to have found your site! I was one of those who had inadvertently pinned the plagiarized photo of your recipe and just got the message from Pinterest that the pin was removed. I’m that got taken care of so you get credit for what is yours! The good outcome is I googled around and finally found your original post here, so now I have the complete instructions, which is so helpful. Even better I am so glad to have found your site – lots of other things I would like to try! I will continue to follow – thank you!

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  21. So glad I found the original. Glad you fixed the watermark. I couldn’t read it before. Pinned!

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    I’m going back to adjust my pin. Love the idea!!!

  24. Sorry – finally found this after I saw a Pinterest post linking to somebody using your content. ( I’m sure this must drive you crazy! But anyway – awesome recipe!!

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  28. This recipe is AWESOME, I’ll try it in short. 🙂
    That aside, I came here through Confessions of crafty witches
    You may want to request them to erase one of the pictures. 🙂

  29. Michelle says:

    Omgoodness ur strawberry hearts are so cute & look so delicious!!!! Great idea for a Valentines gift for ur special someone ❤️ Hope u don’t mind if I Pin ur recipe onto Pinterest.

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  32. Maria Goula says:

    Hi! I saw your idea on Facebook and although I don’t have someone to celebrate Valentines day they look pretty cute and I’m gonna try that!
    I just need a definition, when you say e.g. 245 degrees on the marshmallow receipe, do you mean Celcius?
    Can I use the marshmallow cream to form regular marshmallows or are those two different things? I love marshmallows but unfortunatelly I can’t find any… Either solid or in cream 🙂

    • Jasmin says:

      Fahrenheit, not Celsius. Marshmallow cream is soft and spreadable. Some places it is known as fluff, but I suspect only in North East US. Okay, maybe only Massachusetts.
      You can always spread in Nutella or a different filling, if you can’t handle making marshmallow cream.

  33. andriana says:

    Jazzy Bec would be a good version of Lindsay Ann. Especially given your love of things sparklyarkly.

    These look fiddly but delicious! I am going to give them a go and try piping the marshmallow into the strawbs.

    • Jasmin says:

      HOLY genius. I have had been called infinity nicknames and nobody has come up with this one. You win!
      The marshmallow is intimidating, but not difficult after you’ve tried it once. Has a million uses!

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  35. Kisa Johnson says:

    Hi there! I haven’t used this yet but I wanted to let you know that aside from the marshmallow I am considering this idea. I will likely post about it on my blog, and will be sure to give you credit for the idea of making the hearts out of the strawberries like this!

  36. Calily says:

    Hi! I think the disco dust is non-edible , right? Seems like those websites who sell disco dust stated that it’s non-toxic but also non-edible.

    • Jasmin says:

      @calily, that is correct. Disco dust *could* be consumed but is not recommended. I made this several years ago and stores have since changed to say non-edible (it used to only say non-toxic). Considering what we consume and put in our bodies without realizing it, I personally have no issues with consuming about 1/50 teaspoon of a little disco dust. That’s just me though.

  37. Leslie R. says:

    HI! I really want to make these for my boyfriend for Valentine’s Day this year; he simply LOVES chocolate covered strawberries, and this is the perfect, non-cheesy treat to make for him. I was wondering how long they will stay fresh? My boyfriend and I live together and have similar work schedules, so the only time I am ever really alone to do anything without him knowing, is Saturdays (today lol) or when he has to stay late (this Monday). If I made them today or Monday, would they stay fresh until Friday (Valentine’s Day)? Thanks!

    • Jasmin says:

      @leslie, I haven’t made these in a while, but I do remember they lose their freshness.
      As long as he doesn’t mind them being a little “juicy” when he bites in then they should be okay. Don’t use very ripe strawberries. Make sure they are firm. Have them completely covered in chocolate. Store them with paper towel underneath and minimize exposure to air as much a possible. That should help. Monday the very earliest.
      Good luck!

  38. misbah says:

    Love your strawberries. They are so beautiful and a mega great idea. I am sharing them on my Fb page , (ofCourse with back link to you ) Misbah

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  40. Karina C says:

    Hi! I’m definitely giving this a try for V-day! Do you think I can substitute the marshmallow creme with whipped cream? Or would it just melt too quick when covered by the chocolate? And for the candy pen, is that the same as the icing tubes usually in the small baking section of grocery stores? Thank you!!

    • Jasmin says:

      I would not as it has a high water content and goes bad quickly.
      Try white chocolate, Nutella, or leave out the filling and don’t hollow out at all.

  41. Lucretia says:

    Fabulous! Sorry you had such Pinterest issues… It’s the reason I had a hard time bringing myself to use it in the first place.
    But while I think I may not be up for quite that much work tomorrow, I’m definitely pinning this (with correct link!) for future use. I mean, when wouldn’t they be awesome? 🙂

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  44. megan says:

    I am making these right now and I can’t get the disco dust to just stay on the red melt. It stays over the whole chocolate. What am I doing wrong?

    • Jasmin says:

      @megan, wait for brown chocolate to be completely cooled and hard. Then, drizzle on red candy melt. While red candy melt is still melted, then shake on disco dust. Once red candy melt is cool and hard, shake off excess disco dust. Use a paint brush to brush off disco dust still sticking to brown chocolate.

  45. Tereese says:

    Made this last night! Everything went well, but they do not look as good as yours, unfortunately. 😛 I had difficulty covering the strawberries and marshmallow with the chocolate without it getting messed up and not looking as smooth and neat, haha. It tastes really good!
    Thank you!! 🙂

    • Jasmin says:

      The key is to not overload the marshmallow, and to keep the strawberries as dry as possible, dabbing with paper towel. I’m sure next time they will look even better.

      Thanks for the feedback!

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  51. Kcittel says:

    My husband’s birthday is on Valentine’s Day! I am soooo making these! Thank you so much for sharing the recipe and instructions.

  52. Candace says:

    Omgosh! These look amazing and I can’t wait to try these in my kitchen! You directions are on point and your reference for learning, which I love! Thank you 1 fine You are an inspiration!

  53. Rae says:

    Please, DISCO DUST IS PLASTIC CRAFT GLITTER. It’s not edible.
    It’s not meant for adding to food that will be eaten.

    If a fast food chain covered their fries in disco dust, they’d be out of business in 5 minutes.

    There’s no acceptable excuse for using it on food–EVER. Just because not every food is perfect doesn’t give food providers an excuse to make it even worse.

    Disco dust should inspire a gagging “YUCK” factor in anyone who considers using it, or eating it.

    • Jasmin says:

      @Rae aka crazy person, I communicated in my post with people to use it at their own discretion. Stop trying to run the world, and go get a hobby.
      PS, If I was able to chill with you for a week (which I would not because trolls on soap boxes are the worst people everrrrr. I’m too busy drinking whiskey with fun people who aren’t angry, ‘kay.), I would easily be able to find something toxic that you expose yourself to that IS FDA approved. Welcome to America.

      • Carmen Harvey says:

        Jasmin, I absolutely love this recipe and I love your comments even more!!! You make me laugh so so much! You are definitely a woman with balls of steel who likes to look after her blog fans whilst caring for her hard earned written and well designed work! I’m from the UK and living in Saudi Arabia for the next 2 years with my Husband and little girl. I will for sure be trying to make this recipe. I don’t blog or share peoples posts. This is my first ever comment made to website! You are fabulous x

  54. Leanne says:

    Love this idea! My kids love doing a “fancy” Valentine dinner every year where we try to make as many of the elements as possible heart shaped, these are definitely making the dessert menu this year! A quick question, have you ever tried using a cheesecake type filling (cream cheese, powdered sugar, and vanilla) instead of the marshmallow?

  55. Terrie says:

    My goodness so many catty comments. JASMIN shares her creativity with us and then is rewarded with theft & nasty comments. I’m just glad to see the positive ones on here too. These are adorable and very creative. Thank you for sharing. I might try a little cream cheese filling in lieu of the marshmallows. My hubby ‘s favorite combo. 🙂

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  57. Jessica K says:

    This is by far the coolest thing I’ve seen on Pinterest today!! I love that they sound delicious too! Thanks so much for coming up with this genius-ly cute and delicious Valentine’s treat and for sharing it. I’m sorry people are trying to copy it without giving you credit.


    • Jasmin says:

      @jessica, thanks so much for stopping by! Yeah, if people use it then so be it, but at least cite and credit. This is what we were taught in school. Have a good one!

  58. Dee says:

    Sweet! We made chocolate covered strawberry hearts much like these in Girl Scouts 15+ years ago, but never tried adding the fluff or other fillings, seems interesting and something I may try out this year!

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  61. Dyonia says:

    I made these tonight with a cheesecake type filling (just cuz I’m not a marshmallow fan — I’m wierd that way!). For anyone else thinking about it… I honestly don’t think the cheesecake filling brought anything to the party. I love cheesecake, but don’t plan on making the stuffed strawberry hearts with cheesecake again. I plan to try these with the homemade marshmallow creme to see if the magic happens that way!

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