Need a sweet treat for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day? Today I’m sharing a Valentine’s Day candy bark recipe; these little candy hearts are totally delicious and super easy to make!
Valentine’s Day Candy Bark Recipe
Ingredients: (affliate links below)
- white candy melts (you can buy them online or find them at most local craft stores)
- red, pink, and white sprinkles
- heart shaped silicone mold
One 12 oz package of candy melts is exactly enough to fill all twelve of the hearts in this mold.
Place the molds on a flat surafce and drop a few sprinkles into the bottom of each heart shaped cavity.
Melt your candy melts according to the directions on the package. I put a bunch of the candy melts into a pyrex measuring cup and melted it in the microwave. Then pour the melted candy into the molds, filling them a little more than halfway.
Tap the molds gently on the counter to flatten out melted candy and get rid of any air bubbles.
It might get messy, but don’t worry! Once the candy dries it will be easy to break off any small drips!
Let the candy dry for an hour or two, and you’re done! Just gently turn the silicone molds inside out to get the candy barks out, and enjoy!
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