Valentine Heart Lollipops

I just thought these were too cool. Totally Valentin-y and so easy to make. What’s not to like, right? But the fact that my daughter about screamed when she saw them was the icing on the cake. She LOVED them!

I saw the idea over on Pleasant Home.

Ingredients
* Small candy canes (left over from Christmas) =o)
* White melting chocolate
* Valentine’s sprinkles
* Lollipop sticks

First you position the stick between the candy canes so that they form a heart.


Melt your chocolate. I used mint chocolate because it smells so yummy and tastes so good! Use a spoon or squeeze bottle and fill in the hearts.

Sprinkle with sprinkles.


There you have it! Totally cool, right?



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  1. I saw this idea in Family Fun magazine and have been staring at them all month. It’s nice to see someone got beyond looking at the idea! Yours turned out so cute. I really need to get motivated to make some Valentine foods!

  2. What an adorable idea for a treat. I like how this uses those mini candy canes. They sound so easy and the next time I have to decorate a cake I will definitely keep these in mind.

  3. These would be a great teacher gift! So adorable!

  4. These look so pretty and delicious. I love peppermint with chocolate. Great idea for all of those left over candy canes too:)

    I made your Brazilian fudge and loved it. I just posted it:)

  5. I love this idea! Super cute! I am going to add it to my Valentine’s ideas post tomorrow
    Have a great day:)
    Christine
    greatoakcircle.com

  6. I’ve been obsessed with candy can crafts, and just saw these guys in Family Fun (from Idea Room), but I’ve yet to pull these together, you have me motivated to make some for my friend’s kiddos!

  7. Geez! You keep doing this to me! Another thing to add to my list from your blog of things I want to make!!!

  8. dont you love family fun!! saw these too!!

  9. These heart pops are soooooo cool!!!
    Love them!

  10. Love the lollipops. They look easy and make a big hit. Thanks, Linda

  11. Love your cute ideas on this blog. 🙂

  12. Adorable! Guess I’ll have to save all of my little candy canes NEXT year!

  13. So cute how the candy canes make the heart shape! You always make such cute things! Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting on my wreath! I’m a sucker for nostalgic stuff like that!

  14. These hearts are so stinkin’ cute! What an awesome way to use up leftover candy canes too. 🙂 I love the way they look all wrapped up!

  15. What a neat idea … comes together so quickly too!

  16. These are so fun and adorable!! I love that your daughter was so excited. It makes it all worth the work right!! I got my package. Thank you. It was incredible!! I plan on posting about it soon. Minus the almonds. They were. So delicious I ate them all the same night! Thanks again.

  17. I love the new look!!

  18. This is such a clever way to use up those leftover candy canes. They are so darn cute.

  19. So cute! Great idea to do with my daughter! Visiting from TT.

  20. I might have to use this for the Daddy / Daughter dance at my church! Too cute! Thanks for linking up on Recipes I Can’t Wait to Try!

  21. Those are really cute! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  22. You’re a genius.

    seriously!

  23. Those are cute. I have a pile of leftover candy canes that I was getting ready to toss, but maybe we’ll make a few of these.

  24. Those are really cute! This looks like a really fun project too!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can’t wait to see what you have for next week!
    AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

  25. So Cute!! I have left over candy canes too so i think i will makes these too! Thanks for the idea!!

  26. Thank you for linking to my hodgepodge party! Love it! Wanted to let you know that I featured this on my wrap-up.
    ~Gay~
    itsahodgepodgelife.blogspot.com

  27. Hello – just FYI….I’m going to be featuring your site today! Stop by and check it out!

    Sam
    http://www.themomanddadreviews.com/

  28. These are really cute and I want one right now 🙂
    I’m voting for you in the Valentine’s Challenge at Life of Bliss. I’m also stopping at the craft store on my way home to peruse the candy aisle 🙂
    xo,
    Bethany

  29. How could I not vote for these for the Valentine’s Challenge at Life of Bliss. ;o)I’m voting for you! I love your photos and the wrappers with ribbon are perfect! Thanks for the shout out too. ;o) ooxx`jodi

  30. Very cute! Love that we can use up our Christmas candy canes. 😉

  31. These are very visually appealing and would be a great addition to a fundraiser/bake sale. THANKS for the recipe!!

  32. Yummy!! I’m featuring this tonight at KIS!

  33. Those look awesome! I think I’m going to save this one for next year, or maybe try a variation next Christmas.

    Stopping by from the Virtual Valentine’s Day party!

  34. Love it. Thanks for sharing

  35. Come to A Themed Baker’s Sunday for this next week’s theme: Christmas! Actually, this theme will continue until Christmas weekend! Hope to see you there!
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    http://cupcakeapothecary.blogspot.com/2011/12/themed-bakers-sunday-16.html

  36. I love these! So fun! Fun for the kids to eat too! Thanks for sharing at Mrs Foxs Sweet Party 🙂

  37. Good luck with your lollipops at Bacon Time.

  38. Too fun!! Thanks for sharing this and your other projects at shine on fridays!

  39. Ohh these are adorable , Im so sad I threw away the last of my candy canes last week thinking i wouldn’t use them

    Glad I found your blog though