Candy chocolate heart decorations recipe

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These candy chocolate heart decorations are really easy to make and will look very impressive on your Christmas tree too

Makes4–6
SkillEasy
Preparation Time10 mins plus cooling time
Total Time10 mins
Cost RangeCheap

These candy chocolate heart decorations are simple and delicious. They don't take long to make and only need a little time to set in the fridge. Perfect for making with the kids, these festive candy cane hearts will look great on your Christmas tree this year. Make them last longer on the tree by popping them in a cellophane bag.

Ingredients

  • 100g white chocolate
  • 6-10 candy cane sticks
  • Ribbon

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Method

  1. Line a wooden/plastic board with greaseproof paper. Secure the paper in place using some cellotape.
  2. Melt the white chocolate in the microwave on a low heat, stirring every now and then. Once the chocolate has melted leave to one side to cool slightly.
  3. Prepare the candy canes by placing them onto the greaseproof paper to make a heart shape. Make sure each end is touching.
  4. Cut some ribbon and tie each end to form a loop. Rest the ribbon at the top of the heart shape.
  5. Spoon some of the melted chocolate in the centre of the heart spreading outwards. Make sure you cover the end of the ribbon too so it can set in the chocolate.
  6. Repeat with the rest of the heart shapes and then pop in the fridge to set.
Top Tip for making Candy chocolate heart decorations

Swap the white chocolate for milk or dark. Come and see more of our creative and edible Christmas tree decorations here

Rosie Conroy
Rosie Conroy

Rosie is an experienced food and drinks journalist who has spent over a decade writing about restaurants, cookery, and foodie products. Previously Content Editor at Goodto.com and Digital Food Editor on Woman&Home, Rosie is well used to covering everything from food news through to taste tests. Now, as well as heading up the team at SquareMeal - the UK's leading guide to restaurants and bars - she also runs a wedding floristry business in Scotland called Lavender and Rose.