This Valentine’s Day dessert table was totally inspired by the conversation heart candies!
Malomars dipped in red candy melts with “Love Bug hearts” Easy to make with melted red candy coating, sprinkles and candy eyes – full recipe can be found here.
Chewy cuteness! Gumballs with Laffy Taffy pods and “Sweet Pea” hearts.
Did you know that the conversation heart candies now have “Tweet Me” as one of their messages? Well, they do! I just had to make these Twitter cake pops with “Tweet Me candy heart wings. Inspired by PopOLicious! You’ve gotta check out her page!
Moon pie doggies with “puppy love” hearts. Totally easy and fun for the kids to do. With Nilla Wafer faces and Nutter Butter cookie ears!
“Bee Mine” Ok, so the candy hearts actually say “Be Mine” but I took creative license and made bees! Golden Oreos dipped in yellow candy melts with a few strips of black licorice strings, you got yourself a bee-utiful little cookie pop
Cute and easy cupcakes. So adorable! Get my directions here.
Conversation heart sugar cookies! Topped with fondant and using edible markers the decorating was easy peasy!
Who doesn’t love Rice Krispie treats! I would love a sweet treat like this sent to me. So easy to make – I even used the store bought ones! For complete directions on how to make them, click here.
One Sweet heart of a table!
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