Recipe. Valentines Chocolate and Candy Popsicles

Taking inspiration (OK copying) from our Christmas Candy Cane Chocolate Lollies we used up the last of our candy canes to make these super sweet and very cute white chocolate Valentines Candy Heart Popsicles...



What You Need (makes 5): 

White chocolate (280g)
10 candy canes
Heart sprinkles (we got ours from Poundland)
Love Heart's sweets
Lolly sticks

Extras:
Cellophane bags, washi tape, ribbon and tags to wrap.


Melt your chocolate and whilst it is cooling to room temperature grab your candy canes and arrange them as as a love heart with a lolly stick in the centre (as shown)

Spoon the chocolate into the centre of your heart and carefully place the Love Hearts and the sprinkles onto the top of the chocolate, you need to work fast as the chocolate is going to set pretty quickly!

Pop in the freezer for 15 minute to set the chocolate. Then wrap them ready to give to your special Valentine!





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76 comments:

  1. They are lovely, what a great idea!

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  2. Oh wow...this is very clever and it looks quite easy to try out!

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    1. They are so so easy Pamela! If I can do it anyone can! :)

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  3. They are so cute and pretty! What a great idea x

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  4. Blimey you're creative aren't you. I d love the idea of these, I am hoping though they might do some valentine craft at school this week. I am so uncreative! Thanks for linking up to #sundaystars

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    1. Ohh I haven't had a Valentine's craft from school for a good few years (they seem ot stop when they get to the higher end of primary!) but Jenson started in reception this year so hopefully!

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  5. This is a great and simple to do idea. I bet if I went to a shop to buy something like this it would be £2-£3 each.

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    1. Yep you are right and these cost around £2 doe them all :)

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  6. These look seriously yummy! Great idea #sundaystars

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  7. You've had a busy day! How were they received by your valentine?

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    1. They haven't recieved them yet! My monsters have been poorly and off school!

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  8. Aww such a clever idea to use love hearts! These are so cute, I'd love to try them out x

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    1. Let me know if you do give them a try, they are so easy!

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  9. These are so cute and i'd never think of using candy canes outside of Christmas! x

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    1. It was a great way to use up the last of the Candy Canes from Christmas!

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  10. My kids would LOVE it if I made them something like this! They'd be so over the moon!

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  11. Love this idea, so effective

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  12. I reckon I could make these. They look really professional.

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    1. They really do! (not to blow my own trumpet!) And they are so so easy, my 4 year old also made a couple so that proves how easy they are! :)

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  13. Love these! They're so creative, Pinning! #TastyTuesday
    Angela x
    Only Crumbs Remain

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  14. Fantastic post, probably the best recipe I've seen for something Valentines Day themed. These are so effective and actually seem to be relatively easy to make. Definitely one to try out! xxx

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    1. yes try them out Laura, let me know if you do try would love to see a pic on Instagram or our Facebook page :) x

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  15. What a clever and pretty Valentines Day idea, my daughter would love these:-)

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    1. Thanks Camilla, the monsters made theirs for friends, Jenson wanted to make some for about 10 girls in his class...the joy of been 4 years old! ha ha

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  16. aw these are amazingly cute I think I will see if the kids want to make some at the weekend

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    1. I bet they will! Will you share a photo on Instagram and tag us or post on our Facebook page if you do :)

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  17. Oh wow, so much sugar! haha bet the kids will love them

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  18. Ooh how delicious does this look! I am not a lover of the commercial side of Valentines but I do think it is sweet to make things like this!

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    1. I read you post Ana and was like OH NO she is going to hate these! Thanks for your kind words x

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  19. These look delicious. I love how you've used the candy canes to make the heart shape!

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  20. So very pretty and relatively easy to attempt too

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  21. I made these at Christmas but they are such a cute idea from Valentines too x

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    1. We made dark chocolate ones at Christmas too! :)

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  22. These are so cute! May have to make these x

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  23. These are lovely, such a great idea x

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  24. Wow these are amazing! And sound so simple to make. I wonder if I can find lolly sticks in my local supermarket? Hmm. If I can I'll be giving these a go! Thank you for sharing xx

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    1. We used cake pop sticks Sarah (and they were from Poundland so wont break the bank either :)

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  25. Bish bash bosh! As easy as that? What a wonderfully unique and special idea for a gift. It would be good for an activity at a kids party too x

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    1. Yes Jo, it would. And you can change them to suit the party theme too! There are sprinkles for everything nowadays! :)

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  26. They look delicious! My kids would totally love them! :)

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  27. They're so pretty! I love them, well done xx

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  28. Lovely post. So very clever. Well done.

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  29. I love these, they would be perfect to pop in little bags we do for my sister on mothers day!

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  30. These looks yummy - you should set up an Etsy shop! #MMWBH

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    1. I did think about selling them on local Facebook pages, but I was unsure if you needed a food hygiene certificate etc, so I left it! I may look into for mothers day and Easter etc x

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  31. Now these are brilliant, what a great idea x

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  32. Ooh, I love the look of these, so much fun for Valentines day, such a fab gift.
    Thanks for sharing with #LetKidsBeKids

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    1. Thanks Karen, they loved making them, I hope the recipients love them just as much! :)

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  33. What a clever idea! These look brilliant, simple but so effective.

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  34. These are beautiful, such a lovely and simple idea!

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  35. Oh how cute are these and such a fun idea x

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  36. I love all the fun embellishments you added to these. They would make people smile!

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  37. What a great idea, I love these! So creative :)

    Thanks for sharing at Creative Mondays, off to pin now ..

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  38. These look absolutely amazing. I am unfortunately, not a fan of white chocolate, but don't see why I couldn't use milk chocolate...off to the shops I go!!

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  39. Thanks again for sharing at Creative Mondays. I have featured your post and video on my new blog :)

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  40. these are great! what a cute idea! x

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  41. They look amazing, there is no harm in copying when the end product is as fabulous as this!xx

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  42. These look fab hun! Thanks so much for linking up to #SundaySweets for the first time, hope you'll be back today

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  43. Wow these look so cute! What a great idea. I love white chocolate so these look right up my street! #sharewithme

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  44. These are super cute - what a lovely idea and photos! Thanks so much for linking up with #MadMidWeek

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  45. This is absolutely AMAZING and I loved it when I saw it on instagram at first too. So creative what a great idea and yummy too. Thanks for linking up to Share With Me. #sharewithme

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