Very cute! I made half with nuts and half with coconut flakes. It took a little while to get the hang of the dipping (my first ones were very ugly!!) I think I might put sticks in them next time for easy dipping and eating. These would be perfect to make with kids!
*Oh my goodness!! these are good, and so easy! My 3.5 year old son helped me dip these, and we had a great time working together. I didn't dip the marshmallows all the way, just half way, since it was easier for my DS to handle. We sprinkled shredded coconut on some of them, and slivered almonds on others (we left some plain too). These are addictive, easy, and pretty. Thanks, Marg!!
Very easy to do and fun to make! we made some and they went really well!
Very pretty, easy and yummy!
I made these goodies for my little girl's birthday party last week and it was a HIT. As a variation, other than rice crispies and nuts, I also used sprinkles, dried coconut, and crushed corn flakes.
Awe man, Marg, my truffles didn't come out looking as pretty as yours, but I'll bet they taste just as good!
Wow! These were great, but oh so rich and sweet! I used a toothpick in the marshmallows to help me dip...and my melted chocolate was really really thick so some had LOTS of chocolate on them! DH really liked those! lol I made them for DH as he loves the chocolate covered marshmallow eggs they have in the styrofoam cartons..and they tasted a lot like those...although MUCH better! Thanks for posting this great fun recipe!!
These were super easy and delicious! My 3 year old daughter who is infinitely picky about any food loved these. I noticed that Wal-Mart brand marshmallows are not quite as sweet as Kraft, and they're more firm, which made for a better truffle IMHO. Yummy!
Very good and easy to make. Get ready for some serious sugar! We topped ours with heart shaped sprinkles. Thank you for sharing.
This is a very easy recipe and is very good - even for adults. I had some leftover marshmellows and some leftover chocolate from the holidays and thought I'd try the recipe. What a hit! My husband really likes these. He prefers those with the pecans sprinkled over the top but I think you could sprinkle anything sweet or salty and it would be really good. Great recipe!