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Here's a Christmas treat that was actually pretty fast. Candy Cane Chocolate Heart Pops! About 20 minutes, and fun to do with slightly older kids! (my assistant was ...
Mini candy canes! (I got a box of 30 at the dollar store) Sucker sticks...mine are 8" (4" would have been fine, but I was all out!) Baking ...
Arrange the unwrapped canes in heart shape with stick in center. Bake in oven 350* for about 2 minutes. The canes will soften just enough to pinch them ...
While they are warm, pinch the candy together at the top of the stick and at the bottom of the heart shape. Once the candy has cooled, it ...
Then I used a plastic tray (wax paper would probably work better) Pour a couple spoonfuls of melted chocolate into the centers of the hearts! (You could then ...
I had one casualty...out of 15. Not bad, I quick destroyed the fail, and it was good! I stamped a tag with a Stampin up stamp set "Festive ...
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