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Swirly Heart Candy Pops

Swirly Heart Candy Pops
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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.

Ingredients

  • 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

Kitchenware

  • 16 Make'n Mold Lollipop Sticks

Directions

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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