Candy Heart Pops!

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These marshmallow pops and heart candy pops taste great! They are super easy to make and look adorable. I am all about the bright fun colors this Valentine’s Day! I think I went a little overboard with the candy hearts I bought so I am using them in any ways I can. No actual baking involved here so anyone could make these.


For the heart pops you need candy melts any color you want or white chocolate, conversation hearts or heart sprinkles, lollipop sticks and a candy making bottle.


Melt candy melts according to the package. I used the candy making bottle with the melted candy melts inside to draw out the shape of a heart on parchment paper. I did it free hand but you can print out a heart and place it under the parchment paper then follow the outside outline with the candy melts and fill it in. Then put in the lollipop stick in and fill it in again.


Put conversation hearts, heart sprinkles or colorful sprinkles on to decorate. You can flip it over and add more candy melts to make it thicker.


You can wrap them up individually with small bags and some ribbon to hand out for Valentine’s Day.


To make simple marshmallow pops you need candy melts(any color you want), marshmallows, sprinkles, lollipop sticks and conversation hearts.

Put the marshmallows on the lollipop sticks. Push the lollipop sticks halfway into the marshmallows. Melt the candy melts according to the package. Dip the marshmallow halfway into the melts. Shake on colorful sprinkles and one candy conversation heart in the middle on the top. Prop them up in a glass or in a cake pop holder to dry.


So pretty and easy for a Valentine’s Day dessert. These are fun for kids or a Valentine’s Day party.

Thanks for partying with me, Val Event Gal!

About Valerie Lewis

Hi I'm Val! I love coffee and cupcakes(breakfast of champions), getting crafty with my daughter and making easy DIY parties to celebrate all of life's special moments. Come party with me!


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