Whipped Cream Hearts
My kids absolutely LOVE anything they can put marshmallows in. S’mores, their mouths, nutella sandwiches (yes it’s a thing, you should try that), hot chocolate, you name it. We had planned on making homemade marshmallows during the snowpocalypse but there seems to be a shortage of unflavored gelatin in my town. We hit several stores and at all of them the shelves were wiped out. What’s a Mom to do when she’s promised marshmallows? Make whipped cream “marshmallows” of course. Yes you read correctly. Whipped Cream Marshmallows. Guess what? They’re WAY easier than traditional marshmallows and the kids can make them themselves. Who’s a Mom rockstar now? We are.
Want to know what else my kids love? Trumoo. Every time they see it in the dairy department they ask for it. Not kidding. When it came time to put our whipped cream hearts to good use we used a new flavor of Trumoo to make our “hot chocolate” – Trumoo’s Chocolate Marshmallow Milk. It’s pretty much a s’more in a cup! TruMoo Chocolate Marshmallow milk is made with fresh white milk sourced from regional dairies around the country – pure cocoa and just enough natural sugar to make it taste great. Nutritious and Delicious! Did you know that TruMoo Milk contains no artificial growth hormones and no high fructose corn syrup. You can enjoy TruMoo Chocolate Marshmallow hot or cold! Try it as an ingredient in your favorite mock-tail. It’s available in the dairy section at grocery stores nationwide through the month of February.
GIVEAWAY: 1 – $500 GIFT CARD to TARGET to buy all the TruMoo Milk you want! We’ll email the winner by February 27.
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Trumoo. I was compensated for my time. Opinions are my own. Always have been. Always will be.
- 1 pint heavy whipping cream
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- 1/4 cup sugar
- Place cream, vanilla, and sugar into your mixing bowl. Using whisk attachment mix until stiff peaks form.
- Transfer whipped cream to a shallow baking dish. Smooth cream as much as possible. Place dish into freezer until firm.
- Using a heart cookie cutter, cut out heart shapes.
- Place hearts into hot chocolate.