These are so easy to do and do not use a lot of chocolate for the dipping. I had leftover chocolate candy melts from some cake pops I had made, M&Ms from my standing-in-line-at-store-snacky feeling, chocolate chips from the snickers bars and toffee bits from the "fancy" twix I unsuccessfully attempted. Perfect, all I needed were marshmallows.
So I adopted these instructions from the Dip It In Chocolate blog.
chocolate candy melts
goodies to stuff marshmallows with
1. Lay out your marshmallows and goodies to stuff them with.
2. Cut out a piece of the center of the marshmallows and put them to the side.
3. Stuff them! I started with two M&Ms to a marshmallow but later added a third. I used two-three chocolate chips and a sprinkle of the toffee bits, just enough to stuff them below the cut line.
4. Place the cut pieces of marshmallow on top of the marshmallow. It was sticky so I picked it up with the tip of the knife and squished the top of the marshmallow over it so the cut pieces could "adhere" back to the rest of the marshmallow. Very simple to do.
5. Dip away! To differentiate between the toffee and M&M, after dipping them in chocolate I dipped them into the toffee bits, also added a cute touch to the marshmallows.
6. Set aside and allow the chocolate to settle. I didn't put them in the refrigerator right away. Instead, I worked on dipping brownie balls!
Brownie balls - simple, simple, simple to make. Bake up some brownies, cut them up, roll them into balls. They are moist enough that you do not need to add any frosting but I did add a 1/4 cup of vanilla for taste. I am definitely not a master at chocolate dipping but found this technique to be helpful.
Stuffed-dipped marshmallows, chocolate dipped brownies, salted caramels, Caneles and Benziger port night at the Neilans.