Easy Candy Recipes for Valentine's Day

Posted by on Feb 02, 2015

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For some of us, the best part about Valentine’s Day is all the tasty treats that come along with the holiday. If you want something yummy to give to your loved ones this year, why not stay away from the supermarket and try making your own candy? Homemade candy can be pretty simple to make and will give your gifts a handmade, more personal touch. Here are six great recipes for making your own Valentine’s candy treats.

Pink red white candy hearts
Homemade Candy Hearts
Candy hearts are a traditional Valentine’s Day treat and now you can make your own! Just mix up the dough in this recipe, add some color, and shape it into hearts. For more information, visit Mom on Time Out.

Chocolate dipped crackers with red candy
Valentine’s Thins
These delicious, thin chocolate crackers are so easy to make, but can be dressed up to look like a fancy treat. Simply dip round crackers in chocolate and then decorate! For more information, visit Snack Works.

Heart shaped chocolate lollipops
Chocolate Lollipops
These chocolate lollipops are classic Valentine’s treats. You’ll need some simple supplies such as a candy mold, and you’re ready to make your very own sweet lollipops. For more information, visit Cooking on the Side.

homemade Chocolate bark
Valentine’s Chocolate Bark
This chocolate bark might be the perfect gift for kids’ teachers or for friends on Valentine’s Day. You can make large batches of bark and package it up individually for your loved ones! For more information, visit Big Girls Small Kitchen.

Chocolate-covered Oreos on sticks
Oreo Pops
Oreo cookie pops are probably the easiest recipe on this list, and they may just be people’s favorite treat! Simply dip Oreos into chocolate, add a stick for easy snacking, and let them solidify. For more information, visit Babble.

Pink fudge with candy hearts
Easy Fudge
Fudge doesn’t have to be a difficult cooking project! This recipe is very simple, and the finished project will be pink and very festive for Valentine’s Day! For more information, visit Something Swanky.

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