These Chocolate Marshmallow Sunbutter Dessert Recipe! are delicious and can easily be switched out for your favorite nut butter when allergies are not a concern! We used enjoy life chocolate and dandies marshmallows. Be sure to check all labels even of brand you know, to check for allergens before getting started!

Choloate Marshmallow Sunbutter cup on counter

Simple and Fun!

These are a long standing tradition in our home, that I have adjusted so we can continue to enjoy them, even with peanut allergies! I try to make most of our food from scratch, but these are an exception!

I lived with my grandmother growing up and every Christmas and Easter she melted a ton of chocolate to make seasonal themed lollipops and peanut butter bites! When our eldest was diagnosed with a peanut allergy, we found sun butter, which has been great in our peanut free home!

These are so easy, that little hands who like to help in the kitchen can really enjoy the process. Scooping, counting, measuring, and mixing, while preparing a sweet treat!

How to Make This Chocolate Marshmallow Sunbutter Dessert Recipe!

Melt your chocolate over a double boiler.

If you are like us and do not own a double boiler, boil some water in a pot and place a smaller pot or pan on top!

Double Boiler DIY

Stir in 1/2 cup sun butter or your favorite nut butter. You can totally add more to taste! Once combined turn heat down.

Chocolate Chips and Sunbutter Melted

Grease or line a mini muffin tin. Lining makes for an easy removal and looks great for serving but greasing works too!

Pour one tablespoon of the mixture into each cup.

Chocolate melted in muffin tin

Add about 5 marshmallows to each cup.

Toddler adding marshmallows to chocolate muffin tin

Pour another teaspoon over the top of each cup!

Chocolate Sunbutter Marshmallow cups in muffin tin ready for fridge

Put the pan in the refrigerator for 30 minutes or until solid.

Take them out and enjoy, or store for later!

Chocolate Sunbutter Marshmallow cup

They really are that simple for a fun little treat that is sure to sweeten your Easter or special occasion! While these firm up, draw an Easter Cross with your children!

Chocolate Marshmallow SunButter Bites

These chocolate sun butter bites are allergy friendly and a great easy dessert!
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes


  • 2 pots or pans
  • 1 Mini muffin tin
  • 1 Measuring cup


  • 10 oz mini chocolate chips (allergy friendly)
  • ½ cup sunbutter (you can use whatever nut butter you prefer)
  • 1 bag marshmallows


  • Grease mini muffin tin or line with mini muffin cups for easy removal
  • Melt 10 oz of chocolate chips, stirring often
  • Add in 1/2 cup of SunButter
  • Remove from heat and pour 1 teaspoon in each muffin cup
  • Add about 5 marshmallows to each cup
  • Pour another teaspoon of the chocolate mixture on top
  • Place in the fridge about 1 hour or until solid
  • Store air tight in fridge or freezer! Enjoy!


Cut them into fourths for bite sized pieces. Store in fridge for 1 week of freezer for up to 3 months.
We used enjoy life chocolate and dandies marshmallows. Be sure to check all labels even of brand you know, to check for allergens before getting started!

When they are done you can place them in Easter Eggs for a hand made at home Resurrection Sunday egg hunt! Make sure you wrap them though, because they might melt! Foil or saran wrap is perfect! You could also cut them into fourths to have bite size pieces to serve!

It is even more sweet to share a simple family tradition with our family! Do you have any traditions that are so simple but stick with you!? Let us know is the comments below!

Thank you, and I hope this post brings joy!

Stella Maris, Ora Pro Nobis!

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