Post # 1
I don’t know what to do. I had finally setttled on making oreo truffle balls for the favors and now I am thinking of doing something even simpler, like chocolate covered marshmellows. Would you like that as favor at a wedding or is it too childish?
Post # 4
I got some homemade marshmellows in a christmas package last year. They were the best thing EVER!!! Have you thought about doing something like that? I think the ones I got were some kind of berry flavor, oh my, but they were yummy. Then you wouldn’t even have to deal with the chocolate.
Post # 5
CHOCOLATE COVERED MARSHMELLOWS?!
Yum! I support this favor!
Oreo truffle balls sound awesome too, you picked two very awesome favors.
If you want to go with something simplier I think the chocolate covered marshmellows would be an epic choice.
I don’t think they are childish, I think people will appreciate them for how delicious they would taste.
It would be like eating a chocolate covered peeps – which are delicious by the way.
Post # 6
From someone who recently discovered that marshmallows topped with leftover cake frosting is possibly the best food combination on earth (ok, maybe it’s not a food, but if I could live on it I probably would!) —- YES, Chocolate Covered Marshmallows sounds awesome. I’d love them on a stick, dipped in chocolate, and rolled in various toppings (graham cracker crumbs, sprinkles, mini chocolate chips, etc).
Post # 8
Absolutely! I am drooling.
Post # 9
Yep, love love love them!
Post # 10
If you want to class it up a bit, you could maybe put them on sticks, and use white sprinkles on the outside like a cake pop. Make a fancy little holder for them, and you’re all set!
You could also use white chocolate colored to match your wedding colors.
Post # 12
My friend made chocolate covered marshmallows as part of her dessert table for her wedding and yummmmmmm. One was plenty for me, but I definitely loved it.
Post # 13
These are Christmas-y but a cute idea! They’re supposed to be “Hot Chocolate Stirrers, which I think is adorable!
Post # 14
Wow, alright then, I think we have a winner. LOL. I asked my 12 year old son too and he is all for the idea as well. White chocolate would be a real nice tough for sure.
Now how soon can I make them; wedding is on Sunday??????
Post # 16
You can start whenever as long as you keep them cold. Marshmellows dont really get old, and neither does choclate.