Valentines DIY Heart Lollipops

Valentines DIY Heart Lollipops
Valentine’s Day DIY Peppermint Heart Lollipops Tutorial
This craft made out of sweets is a fun and quick DIY project you can do in a short amount of time with the kids AND an excellent way to re-use and re-purpose the left over Christmas candy instead of letting it go to waste!

Just in time for Valentines Day too….my favorite Holiday of the year:)

2 Bags Peppermint Candy
Red M and M’s Candies
Paper Pop Sticks
Cookie Sheet

Step 1:
Pre-heat oven to 250-260*F varies, depending on how hot your oven runs.
Step 2:
Arrange peppermint candy in desired shape on an un-lined, un-sprayed baking sheet.  DO NOT use any foil, wax, or parchment paper.
REMEMBER: Do NOT line the cookie sheet with anything.
Do NOT use cooking spray, non-stick spray:)
Step 3:
Melt candy 10-20 minutes.
Step 4:
Once candy is melted together, quickly remove from oven and press pop stick into candy and spin so the peppermint candy hardens around it. Press additional candies, like M and M’s to create a pattern, quickly before candy hardens.

 These were my first batch…#whatreallyhappened
Step 5:
Wait for candy to cool completely, gently lift with stick then insert thing spatula underneath and GENTLY, slowly lift so candy lollipop doesn’t snap.

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~Be Sweet
Sweetest Haute

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7 thoughts on “Valentines DIY Heart Lollipops”

  • Those look like fun. I tried making something like this for Christmas and mine got all brown. Might have to lower the temp!! #SCBH2015

  • How fun and sweet at the same time. It seems like it would be fun for the kiddos to watch the mints melt too. Thanks for sharing at Motivational Monday Link Party! Hope to see you again next week.

    Bethany from The Southern Couture

  • That is the cutest idea! Would be fun to do with the kids! Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday! It’s a pleasure to have you join us!

  • This looks like a great Valentine’s activity for the us this year 🙂 Thanks for sharing! I found you from I Heart Nap Time’s linky party.

  • I’ve seen these done for Christmas, but this is such a great idea for Valentine’s Day too. Thanks for sharing on Merry Monday.

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