DIY Conversation Heart Donuts

Disclosure AffiliateConversation Heart Donut

When it comes to Valentine’s Day our FAVORITE candy is chocolate, but the CUTEST candy is conversation hearts! The history of this candy goes all the way back to the mid 1800s when the New England Confectionery Company (NECCO – as in NECCO wafers) debuted the candies, which were originally called “motto hearts”. What we love about modern-day conversation hearts is that they are perfect for incorporating into crafts and recipes to make easy Valentine creations.

These DIY Conversation Heart Donuts are perfect when you’re short on time and still want to make a yummy and cute treat, or if you’re looking for a food project that is easy for kids to make all by themselves. They’ll be able to create a Valentine donut in just a few minutes!  Here’s how:

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DIY Conversation Heart Donuts

 

Supplies:
Chocolate Frosted Donut
Conversation Hearts
Wax Paper

Directions:
Place the donut on a small piece of wax paper and place on top of a microwave-safe plate. Microwave for 5-10 seconds or until chocolate just starts to melt. Remove from microwave and immediately place conversation hearts on the donut, pressing them down into the frosting. Let sit until chocolate hardens. (We put ours in the refrigerator to speed up the process.)

 

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DIY Conversation Heart Donut

Comments

  1. Great idea!

  2. I was trying to come up with a valentine’s breakfast that didn’t take too much effort on my part but still made the kids feel special and I think this is the one! Thanks so much for sharing! I love it.

  3. We have a gas station close by that sells donuts that are almost colored like the hearts. May try it with those!

  4. That is super cute! My husband is a donut fiend. I think i’ll do this for him for Valentine’s Day.

  5. What a unique and fun way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. I think this would make the perfect breakfast idea for kids, especially younger ones. on Valentine’s Day morning!

  6. This is so cute! My kid loves donuts and would love this for Valentine’s Day!

  7. That’s a cute and easy idea that my grandsons would be so excited to receive and eat!

  8. Julie Wood says:

    This is such a pretty nice idea for Donuts for the Holidays and my kids would love to make this for the Holiday!

  9. shelly peterson says:

    What a fun and cute idea! The kids would enjoy this.

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