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Marshmallow Cherry Kisses

Marshmallow Cherry Kisses recipe
photo by:kraft
Maraschino cherries are tucked inside marshmallows, then dipped in melted chocolate for easy sweet treats. Serve with cups of hot cocoa.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
5/28/2014
I made this for a potluck at work that I had today, and these were awesome! I read these reviews first, and have to say that they were extremely helpful. What really made them turn out well is that I actually took a real sharp steak knife and carved out a hole in the top of each one before dipping. Then the chocolate would drip into the hole and provide a base to hold the cherry. There would be a little white showing from the marshmallow after dipping, but I took a little baby spoon and added a little of the melted chocolate on the top until no white was visible. Then I added the cherry with a little more chocolate to "glue" it to the top. I also dipped half of my marshmallows in white chocolate and that really made a pretty presentation. I only had one problem with this recipe... how NOT to eat them before the party!
posted:
2/16/2012
Made these for my kids. When I started dipping I did have some problems. But as I kept on doing them, I noticed a quicker way on assembling them. If I poked a hole in the middle of the marshmallow, then swirled the marshmallow in the chocolate all the way around, and THEN placed the cherry in either side of the marshmallow with the hole, they came out flawless!! The whole family LOVED these!
posted:
12/25/2010
The family loved these!! I just dipped the entire marshmallow into the chocolae and let it set for a second then set a cherry on top. I used a lil choc like glue to hold the cherries. Very esay
posted:
2/15/2009
Made this for my kids and husband for Valentines Day. Easy to make, and everyone loved them!
posted:
2/13/2009
These are surprisingly DELICIOUS.. I'm not a huge fan of marshmallows, and I made these for a Valentine's Day gift for my husbad, so I thought that he was going to be alone eating these.. Turns out I loved them even more than he did. :) The problem is, I think this recipe deserves a video demonstration. It seems I'm not the only one that had SO MUCH TROUBLE making this look like the picture..I ended up fully dipping it. Also, they're very right, puncturing it with your finger to make a hole wasn't very successful. I would make a hole with my finger, and the moment I reached over for the cherry, it closed up on me. :P After I thought I had the hang of it, 3 cherries/marshmallows later, I looked over and the cherries were bullied out of there marshmallows. It tastes FANTASTIC, but what a pain to make! I hope Kraftfoods will make a video demonstration.
posted:
2/13/2009
Definatly not as easy to make as the instructions say. Instead of making an indent, try using sirrors to get the cherry right in the center of the marshmallow. Didn't turn out pretty BUT they tasted delicious!
posted:
2/13/2009
Could not get cherries to stay in marshmallows; very frustrating; disappointed, as it is a pretty finger dessert
posted:
11/21/2007
This turned out to be a complete disaster. Getting the cherries to stay inside of the marshmellows was impossible for me, the marshmellows kept pushing the cherries out. The melted chocolate needs to be really deep in order to work. Who ever made them and took the picture on here must have been a professional!!!
posted:
6/8/2007
They taste great, but of course they do not look as good as the picture.
posted:
6/2/2007
I saw the other comments, so I actually cut a little hole in the marshmallow and stuffed the cherry in it. After dipping it, it stayed together great leaving the stem out to hold.
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