5 Easy-To-Make Valentine’s Treats

pink popcorn

Strawberry Popcorn

Sift through popcorn and remove all un-popped kernels. Melt white and pink coatings and mix together. Stir in flavoring. Pour melted chocolate over popcorn and lightly mix until all popcorn in evenly covered. Pour popcorn out onto a silicone mat or parchment paper until set. Popcorn can be put into individual bags or kept in a decorative dish.

love bark mold

Love Bark

  • milk or dark chocolate candy coating
  • small amounts of red, pink, and white coating
  • parchment bags
  • love bark mold

Melt a small amount each of red, white and pink candy coating. Pour each color into a parchment bag and color in details inside mold. Once set up, pour melted milk or dark chocolate into the mold to fill it. Place mold in freezer until chocolate is set. Place bark in Valentine’s box with tissue paper.

lips sucker

Lips Suckers

Melt red candy coating and pour into each lip cavity on mold. Insert sucker sticks and place in freezer until chocolate is set. Suckers can be arranged in a  container using candy clay or rice krispie treats to hold the sticks in place.

dipped strawberry

Chocolate Dipped Strawberries

Wash and dry strawberries. Make sure strawberries are completely dry! Melt chocolate. Holding onto the tops, dip the strawberries into the chocolate and place on a silicone mat or parchment to dry. Do not store dipped strawberries in refrigerator for more than 2 hours.

caramel pretzel hearts

Caramel-Filled Pretzel Hearts

Push caramel into open spaces in pretzels. Dip pretzels into melted chocolate and place on a silicone mat or parchment. immediately sprinkle with hearts. Let chocolate set up and package into bags.

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