Peppermint Heart Lollipops

Hello mamas (and papas)! Merry Christmas season! I think you all know that I absolutely love Christmas season. Jesus birthday and my birthday in the same month? Yes please! You know what else I adore about the Christmas season? Making tasty treats for my dear heart to enjoy. Today’s treat is brought to you as part of a bigger holiday blogger collaboration. 15 fantabulous mommy bloggers have contributed giving lots of advise, decorating tips, and treat tips for the holidays. Sooooo let’s get to it. Peppermint Heart Lollipops!

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  • lollipop sticks
  • candy canes (regular or mini_
  • chocolate (chips or melts)
  • Toppings


  1. Set out the lollipop sticks on a waxed or parchment paper lined cookie sheet.
  2. Arrange the candy canes at the top of the sticks in the shape of hearts.
  3. Preheat the oven to 300F and place the hearts in the oven for 3 minutes.
  4. Pull them out, press the ends together and pull out the sides to make the heart shape.
  5. Fill them with chocolate.
  6. Add toppings.

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Now, a few notes. Yes, this does work a little more awesome with mini candy canes, but we go big in this house so there! And yes, I’m sure this would be prettier with white chocolate, but Johanna doesn’t like white chocolate. Lastly, I’m sure it would look more Christmasy with red and green sprinkles, but Johanna prefers the marshmallows in from her cereal, so there’s that.

This treat is super easy to make. If you use candy melts you can leave it to set for about 15 minutes, but if you use milk chocolate it’s best to pop it in the fridge for 15-20 minutes.

I hope your little ones enjoy this treat! Johanna sure did.

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Yummo! Let me know if you decide to make this, and what your favorite toppings are!

Don’t forget to visit the other wonderful bloggers in this Collab:

Holiday Gift Guide & Shopping Tips
Kat of Type 4 Naturals“Gift Guide”
Danielle of Mamademics“10 Gifts for the Academic Mom”
Teri of Mommy Wife & Life – “Multicultural Books for Young Avid Readers”

Holiday Family Activities & Traditions
Toya of Mrs. Toya Carter – Traditions
Cynthia of Mrs. Wright Writes – Holiday Gift Guide 2015
Jennifer of Baby Making Machine – “Here’s to Firsts: My Kids Discovering Snow!

Holiday DIY and/or Home Decor
Sheena of Sophistishe – Christmas Candy Santa Sleighs
Bee of Bee So Simple – DIY Gifts: Hot Chocolate in a Jar
Erin of Live Pretty on a Penny – DIY Beverage Coasters

Holiday Recipes
Shanna of Ms. Naturally Random – Spiked Holiday Punch

Arnitris of Blessed Be the Tie – Mommy and Me Pecan Pie Tarts
La Dale of Johanna’s Mama – Peppermint Heart Lollipops

Holiday Fashion
Diedre of Are Those Your Kids – Holiday Fashion
Troy of Thriftanista in the City – How to Rock Your Holiday Thrift Style

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