How to Make Valentine Marshmallows

Mackenzie Schieck, Writer & Food Blogger

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8 Videos (12m)
    • Teacher Intro

      0:54
    • Class Details

      0:59
    • Lesson #1: Prepping the Pan

      0:41
    • Lesson #2: Ingredients & Tools

      0:52
    • Lesson #3: Creating the Heart Detail

      3:16
    • Lesson #4: Slicing the Valentine Marshmallows

      2:19
    • Lesson #5: Dipping Marshmallows in Chocolate

      2:05
    • Lesson #6: Storing Marshmallows

      0:56

About This Class

Learn how to create a heart detail in marshmallow batter with just a little red food coloring, a plastic squeeze bottle, and a few toothpicks! You'll get instructions for where to place the hearts, and how to slice the finished marshmallows so you can also dip half of the marshmallows in chocolate. This class will make it easy!

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Great class, Mackenzie! Easy to follow instructions and well explained. Thanks!!

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Mackenzie Schieck

Writer & Food Blogger

Hi, there! My name is Mackenzie Schieck, and I’m a writer, food blogger, recipe developer, and food photographer—not to mention, latte addict, Friends expert, and pop culture junkie—and have been creating digital (and some print) content since 2004. As an editor at Allrecipes.com for seven years, I wrote everything from marketing and UI/UX copy, to social media posts and editorial features that included a monthly column.

I made the jump to freelancing in June of 2013, and continue to contribute food and lifestyle content to ApartmentTherapyAllrecipesFeedFeed, and more. I started my blog, Pine and Crave, in March of 2015 and still have tons of fun busily doing all the writing, recipe creation, cooking, and photography. It has been especially exciting to see content from my blog featured on sites like HuffPost Living, SeattleMag.com, Brit+Co, and HelloGiggles.

When I'm not working, you can usually find me out and about in Seattle meeting friends for breakfast or coffee, making my way on foot around Green Lake or along Alki beach, or settling in for a night of Hulu or Netflix.