DIY: Heart Chocolates

Hearts, chocolate and pink are the three components that make up the perfect Valentine’s Day. Here is a quick, easy and cute chocolate idea.
Step 1: Melt pink candy coating.
Step 2: Use a toothpick to draw heart shapes in the cavity of the candy molds. Note: for perfect hearts place a drawing of a heart underneath the mold and trace over it. Allow the hearts to dry and then pour melted chocolate over the top While this little creation is super easy you will need a candy mold. I used “#90-5031 CK” 1.25 inch squares that I bought at a local cake supply store.

Step 3: Fill the cavity enough so it reaches the corners without overflowing and then tap the mold on the counter to get rid of air bubbles and even the coating. Place in the freezer for a few minutes to set and then pop them onto wax paper and repeat as needed.  Note:  I used Mercken’s chocolates, but any brand including Wilton will work.
Step 4: Optional wrap your chocolates in these pink foil wrappers.


  1. How lovely, I may give this a go :)

    Janine xx

  2. I think you've outdone yourself - these are perfect!

  3. Wow girl that's fairly genius. And I wouldn't have thought of it in a million years. Way to go!


  4. These are great! What a creative way of doing it!

  5. everything you make is so lovely! i'll have to try to make some soon!

  6. You make this look so easy!!! Super cute!

  7. I think these may be too pretty to eat! But I will pin them anyway ;)