The Partiologist: Conversation Heart Party - Sweet Treats

Conversation Heart Party - Sweet Treats

My sister told me I send out too many posts.  So I tried not to send this one until Saturday, but I couldn't do it.  I've got to stay on pace.  If I'm going to show you all the treats I made for the party before Valentine's Day, I'll have to show you treats like you've never seen.  I forgot to take photos while making them (remember the teacher thing?)  When I'm trying to hurry, I  always forget to grab my camera, but don't worry, they don't need much explanation. 

White Chocolate Heart Suckers~
 
And I'm a sucker for anything sweet!  Used colored candy melts and a mold.  Added a little wooden heart to the outside of the package.
And I've always wanted to make some chocolate spoons~
Once again, these were easy to make using my chocolate mold.  Fill with chocolate and add some pastel dragees before they are completely hard. 
Another treat to keep the conversation going...
Chocolate Peanut Butter Cheesecake Truffles~
Rolled in mini chocolate chips!
And placed on little red paper cups on white heart doilies.
If you don't want Cheesecake Truffles...
Make room for Chocolate Ganache Cake Balls~
After rolling in balls, I coated each cake ball in jimmies and placed in matching baking cups~
This one is simple, so simple I even had time to take photos!
I used candy melts and conversation hearts~
Placed the candy melts on parchment paper on a baking pan~
Put them in the oven at 300 degrees for a few minutes until softened - watch closely!  Before the chocolate hardens, top with conversations hearts.  (How lucky, I pulled out the same amount of colors!).
Easy Peasy!
Is everybody still partying with me?? 
Me & Chocolate...
It's Love At First Bite!
 

14 comments :

  1. FUN, FUN, FUN!!!!! I want to make the chocolate spoons and the Chocolate Ganache Cake Balls!! I love the fun colors of the cake balls. You are so smart!! Love your ideas so keep them coming girl!

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    1. Me and Mooncloud thank you, (oh, still haven't made mooncloud!!)

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  2. Your post's always delight! Keep them coming!

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  3. Never too many posts!! I love reading all your fantastic ideas!!

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  4. I enjoy your posts! Keep them coming:) I think I can make the chocolate/heart candies!!! At least YOU make it look easy peasy...but one never knows about me!

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  5. I love your posts! You are so creative.

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  6. HA! Too many posts. You're sister is just plain silly. I post a lot too, compared to some of the other party blogs I follow.Happy to see another Party Diva post a lot too :)

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  7. Don't stop the posts from coming!! We love them!!!! So many great ideas...so little time!!!! Keep em' coming!

    :)

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  8. Is it too late to ask how you did the spoons? Is there a mold for the bowl part of the spoon and then is that an adorable stir stick with knob on the end? Just too precious....I need, I want, I love. Thanks.

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    1. Not too late at all! I did order the mold for the spoons and I also ordered the sticks - I think from Sugarcraft.com

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  9. They all look delicious! Don't you just love the things our family members tell us out of love? ;-)

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