French Conversation Candy Hearts Recipe
I teamed up with KitchenAidÂ® to create these chic French conversation candy hearts. Okay, they are more of a mix with some French themes thrown in. Â For KitchenAidÂ®, we cut out classic miniature hearts.
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.
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.
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.
- - Gelatin
- - Confectioner's sugar
- - Soda
- - Food Coloring
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Je t’aime. Duh.
Click here to see the full recipe and more fun photos at The Kitchenthusiast, the KitchenAidÂ® blog.
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