Candy Cane Hearts

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Do you still have lots of leftover candy canes from Christmas? Why not turn them into some sweet treats for Valentine's Day? It's super easy!

















- Bake them in 250 degree F preheated oven until the end parts starting to melt (about 6 to 7 minutes)

- Immediately after you get them out of the oven, press the connecting parts together gently by hands ( don't worry, they are not that hot)


- Wait! don't eat these yet!


- Maybe later you would like to make some chocolate bark with candy canes like this one from The Decorated Cookie.
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11 comments:

  1. Thanks for linking to my bark pops!!! And now, I must, must link to that adorable lunch packaging over at Craft Gossip (ediblecrafts.craftgossip.com). Though I seem to find myself linking to every single one of your super cute posts. Wow, you're talented!

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  2. I absolutely LOVE this idea! I know I'll be trying this one! Thanks for sharing Tiffany!

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  3. Darling and pretty, love this Tiffany!

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  4. Hi Meaghan, thank you so much for the links. It's my honor to be included in your edible craft list ^.^

    Hi Jenny and bentobird, thank you so much for the comments. So glad you like the idea!

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  5. Smart use of leftover candy canes! I got some extra this year to make my amazing Chocolate Chocolate Chip Cookies with Peppermint Bark, but have yet to get around to making them. This looks fun and easy. :)

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  6. Thank you so much Sonoma :D have a nice Sunday!

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  7. GREAT IDEAS I LOVE THEM . MY GIRLS ARE GOING TO LOVE THEM TO . I FOUND YOU IN JULY ISSUE OF PARENTS MAGAZINE

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  8. Thank you so much for dropping by. Hope you can find some more ideas your girls like in the future!

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  9. Hi Tiffany,
    My name is Elena and I am curating a collection of Valentine’s Day recipe ideas for Looksibite(dot)com. I don’t know if you’re familiar with Looksi but it’s a lot like FoodGawker: they display a thumbnail image from your blog along with a short description and a link back to your original project. Typically you would submit your own images (like you do on FoodGawker) but they also have curators (such as myself) who do theme based round ups. I think your candy cane hearts would be perfect for my collection which will be published this Friday. Please let me know if you *don’t* want it included so I can remove it.
    Thanks!
    Elena
    acasarella.net

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  10. thanks for your great ideas. ur great ideas make my valentine day more colourful hihii. sorry bad english . i dont know how to express it.

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