Valentine’s Day Candies with Marshmallow Crème Recipe

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Give your Valentine the gift of homemade candies this year. With this simple recipe, you can fill a box with loving candies made by hand and the recipient will adore the taste and the personal touch.Valentine's Day Marshmallow Creme Candies #1

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Valentine’s Day Candies with Marshmallow Crème
Recipe type: Candy, Dessert
Prep time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 8
  • ½ cup Wilton Bright Pink Candy Melts
  • 1 tbsp. Cream Cheese
  • ½ cup Marshmallow Crème
  • Red Coloring
  • Small Candy Hearts (red, pink, or white)
  • 1 Wilton Stack-N-Melt Candy Mold (available at Michaels or other craft stores or online)
  1. A Wilton Candy Melt Pot is recommended to heat candy melts. If you do not own a candy melt pot simply microwave candy melts at 50% for 30 seconds. Stir. Heat at 50% for 30 seconds. Stir. Heat at 50% in 15-second intervals and stir until completely smooth. Do not over heat.
  2. Using a spoon, slowly pour candy melts into each circular cavity. Rotate the mold from side to side, ensuring all sides are coated. Dip out any excess. The goal is to create a thin shell. Gently tap mold onto countertop to remove air bubbles.
  3. Place mold in freezer for 30 minutes.
  4. In small mixing bowl, combine marshmallow crème and cream cheese. Add red food coloring until desired color is achieved.
  5. Remove mold from freezer.
  6. Add marshmallow crème mixture into each circular cavity.
  7. Pour a thin layer of pink candy melts on top of each cavity, creating an enclosure. Wipe any excess from the side.
  8. Place mold in freezer for 30 minutes.
  9. Remove mold. Gently pop each candy from the mold.
  10. Add a drop of pink candy melt to small candy hearts and place on each candy.
  11. Place candies in freezer for 15 minutes.
  12. Remove and serve.

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You can create a cute candy box and put these in just like they were store-bought. The difference is, these were made with love and will be more delicious than ever.

Comment below and tell me your thoughts on this recipe? What flavors would you add, maybe strawberry or cherry?

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20 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day Candies with Marshmallow Crème Recipe

  • Wow these came out so pretty, and I love anything with cream cheese, they must be delish! I’d love to try these!

  • These are so pretty for a gift. I pinned this to my desserts and candy board.

  • I bet these taste delicious!

  • Wow these look delicious, I am in love. Well now this is a little harder but I really want to eat them, so I have to make them 😀

  • what a cute valentines present for the kids.

  • This sounds great. i would love to make this on v-day. thanks for the recipe.

  • Yummy and looks sooo good!
    Gotta try this for my hubby, thanks a lot!!

  • These look wonderful. Thanks for sharing the recipe

  • Still believe these treats are wonderful…going to serve them when I have my 4 brothers over for cards Saturday

  • looks good I have never tried to make candy.

  • This looks so yummy, and they are too, too cute!

  • They look so perfect! I love it!

  • these are so cute! great for valentines day

  • These are adorable!

  • Wow – these are much easier to make than they look! I need to go get a candy mold now!!

  • Those look so good. I love the color. They sound fairly easy to make, I’ll have to try these.

  • Great Valentine’s suggestion! The step-by-step instructions are awesome! I am so glad you posted this in plenty of time to start my gift packages!

  • These are so cute! I bet they are tasty too!

  • These are so pretty and they look delicious!

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