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Swirly Heart Candy Pops

Swirly Heart Candy Pops

Show your sweetheart the colors of your love with these cute Swirly Heart Candy Pops.

Swirly Heart Candy Pops

Serves 16
Prep time 1 hour, 45 minutes
Dietary Gluten Free
Meal type Dessert, Snack
Misc Pre-preparable
Occasion Birthday Party, Easter, Valentines day
Show your sweetheart the colors of your love with these cute Swirly Heart Candy Pops.


  • 8oz Make'n Mold Red Vanilla Flavored Candy Wafers
  • 8oz Make'n Mold Pink Vanilla Flavored Candy Wafers
  • 8oz Make'n Mold Vanilla Flavored Candy Wafers
  • 1/2 cup Light Corn Syrup


  • 16 Make'n Mold Lollipop Sticks


Step 1 Melt the Make
Step 2 Melt the Make
Step 3 Melt the Make
Step 4 Remove all candy clay from the refrigerator and cut each ball into 2 equal size pieces.
Step 5 Work white, pink and red separately in your hands so it becomes soft enough to shape. Shape each piece into a rectangle.
Step 6 Place one rectangle in between the 2 sheets of wax paper and roll out to 1/8 inch keeping the rectangle shape as much as possible. Set rolled piece aside, and repeat with remaining rectangles.
Step 7 Make two piles with your rolled candy clay rectangles, layering each red, white, and then pink. Trim the edges so that the stack is a perfect rectangle.
Step 8 With the red layer on the bottom, roll the rectangle into a log and trim the edges. Cut the log into 1/4" thick pieces.
Step 9 Begin shaping each circle into a heart shape and then place each onto a lollipop stick. Place the finished pops onto a lined cookie sheet and chill for 10-15 minutes.

(3) Comments

  • Judy Bowser
    30 Mar 2014

    Thank You Thank You I used the print recipe button on the right . I can read it now. Thanks for your response.

  • Judy Bowser
    21 Mar 2014

    I have tried to copy several of your projects and the print has been so light in color . I cannot read it after copying the recipe. I would like to try some of the projects. . Can you help?

    • Make'n Mold
      25 Mar 2014

      Hi Judy, try try printing the project again and let us know if the type is bolder. Also, make sure that if you’re printing a project, you use the “Print Recipe” button located to the right of the project image. Hope this helps!

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