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Chocolate Hearts Cakepops

Chocolate Hearts are similar to cake pops. They are made using heart shape silicone mold with candy melts and filled with cake pop mix. These are very easy to make. I will be making a video tutorial on my youtube channel pretty soon and share the link here.  You can make your own heart pops for special occasions like Valentines day, party favors or wedding favors etc. The mold which I used (link below) can also be used to make hot chocolate bombs.  All you need is in below list and you can find links as well  * Baked cake of your flavor choice  * Buttercream of your choice  * Candy melts from wilton or any chocolate melts  * Heart shape mold  * Sprinkles for decoration  Chocolate Heart Silicone mold     Candy Melts       Sprinkles  
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Hot Chocolate Bombs Trend - Blog on my youtube video

Hot Chocolate Bombs and nice music is what you need for a cold winter day. There are  plenty of videos on youtube on how to make these chocolate bombs drinks so I am not making an additional video. But you can find some useful links below to shop for the molds I used to make these cute and tasty chocolate bombs. Find it on Amazon at We made two different flavors. Guess the flavors and comment below :)  Don't miss to watch my youtube short here to see how we enjoyed it.

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