Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Give me S'more of Your Love!

Here is another idea for a Valentine's Gift for someone special: Give me S'more of Your Love! I first saw this idea posted on lilluna but here is the direct link to see the directions. She made much cuter ones than me. This is why I hate copying people sometimes. Mine never looks as great! Oh well. I actually put a couple drops of red food coloring into a bowl of mini white marshmallows (perhaps it wasn't my best idea to date). I just didn't want the strawberry flavored marshmallows. Ok anyways... I found it best to place the cookie cutter kinda tilted a little bit, as shown in the picture below.

I place about 6-8 chocolate chips on each heart and 2 or 3 marshmallows. I think it is best to late them cool for 2 minutes and then smash them together. When I did mine right away they actually broke easier.

So I have some broken ones... oh well they still taste delicious. If you have sticks and want to put them into the smores then do it. If you don't I think they are cute without them too! And of course make extra for yourself! They are delicious right out of the oven! Enjoy!

I think that both tags can be printed in a 5x7 size.


Kimberly said...

Hi! I'm visiting from These Creative Juices and wanted to say these smores hearts are absolutely wonderful! I must add them to my yummy treat list for Valentines Day! Thanks for sharing!

Kimberly @The Muddy Princess

Kevin and Hayres said...

I love these! They turned out so cute on the sticks. I think it's one of my favorites along with "Mint to be". Good job, Megan!

Murdocks said...

Megan--I found your blog on Megan McRae's blog! I have enjoyed checking out all of the darling things you have made! You are so creative. I seriously have to take lessons from you! I am excited to see what you make for St. Patricks Day...I might have to make it too! Your valentines treats are cute! Great ideas! You'll have to show me sometime how to make the little tags! Hope to see you at Grandma's soon! Love ya! Mary

Sam and Megan said...

Mary if you check this again send me your email address and I will send you a tutorial on how to make them.

Erin @ In Between Laundry said...

I love the tags you used--glad you liked my idea! Erin at www.inbetweenlaundry.blogspot.com