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French Conversation Candy Hearts Recipe

I teamed up with KitchenAid® to create these chic French conversation candy hearts. Okay, they are more of a mix with some French themes thrown in.  For KitchenAid®, we cut out classic miniature hearts.

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I wanted to show you a couple of cute ideas to give it a new spin, if you like. Use mini lip-shaped cookie cutters in addition to the hearts. That’s what Vday is about to me. Making out. A lot.

I also thought it would be fun to incorporate one of the most “romantic” cities in the world, Paris. The Eiffel Tower was perfect and easy to make.

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I used a mini A-shaped cookie cutter to start. Then, I pinched the top, and squished down on each “leg” of the ‘A’. I pulled each leg slightly to spread them out more, then used a toothpick to make little niches slightly below the top point to distinguish what I believe is an observation platform and antennae. Correct me if I am wrong.

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I love these colors. They have sort of a more adult look. There is something very rustic about it, that I could see these being used for weddings too. Just package in small grey boxes and hand out to guests, or spread them around the dining tables.

 

French Conversation Candy Hearts Recipe.
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Serves: 0-12
 
Stunning conversation candy hearts with a rustic color scheme. Shapes include hearts, lips, and little Eiffel Towers. For Valentine's Day, weddings or Mother's day.
Ingredients
  • - Gelatin
  • - Confectioner's sugar
  • - Soda
  • - Food Coloring
  • ...for complete list visit: blog.kitchenaid.com
Instructions
  1. For full instructions visit blog.kitchenaid.com

 

 

Je t’aime. Duh.

Click here to see the full recipe and more fun photos at The Kitchenthusiast, the KitchenAid® blog.

 

 

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5 Responses to French Conversation Candy Hearts Recipe.

  1. Looks similar to a recipe I used to make a huuuuge batch of conversation hearts a few years ago: http://candy.about.com/od/valentinesdaycandy/r/convo_hearts.htm I made some for my Wolverine cake for the show, and then some for my daughter’s school (where everyone agreed they actually tasted GOOD and not like old pressed sugar), and then I still had over half the recipe leftover. I noticed that the ingredients were more or less the same as fondant, except in different proportions. Which makes me think that there’s probably more that can be done…muahahahaha….

  2. These are really cute! The handwriting and hand cut shapes make them feel more special. You could also use these for an anniversary, or use another shape for some other occasion. Like soccer balls with team member names and sporty words. This is something to add to my ‘must try’ list 🙂

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