I find myself gathering all the heart shape pans, heart shape cookie cutters, packing goodies...it is time to make some goodies for the one's I love!!!
Use up your left over candie canes from Christmas to make this sweet treet.
Candy cane suckers featered in the Family Fun magizine from the Idea Room...see link, this is a sweet idea to use up candy canes from Christmas...if you have any, or can find some in the after Christmas sales!!!
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The many things you can do with heartshape pans....over the years I have collected a few!!!
If cookies and cakes are not in the works a simple cup cake will go a long ways!!!
How simple is this....Remove the cellophane wrapping from the canes and form hearts by placing them hook to hook and tail to tail on a nonstick baking sheet or one lined with parchment paper. Bake at 350°F for 2 to 4 minutes (depending on the canes' size) or until they stick together when you pinch the ends lightly. Cool thoroughly and remove with a spatula. If you want to make flat hearts with psychedelic stripes, bake for 8 to 10 minutes.
It's time to mix up some love in your KITCHEN!!!!