Yummy Homemade LEGO Valentine's Day Treats
One of my kids detests chocolate. Though I know chocolate is a traditional Valentine's Day treat, I decided we would make white chocolate treats this year. Since both my kids love LEGOs, and I already had a minifigure mold from a LEGO-themed birthday party, this Valentine card seemed like a no-brainer!
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What you need:
- LEGO figure mold (I used the LEGO Minifigure Ice Cube Tray (aff link)
- scissors, string, single hole punch, 2.5" hole punch (or you can cut out the circles)
- chocolate, white chocolate, or candy melts
- small bags to put the finished product in
- template (below, or download the pdf, or feel free to make your own!) - these would also be cute cupcake toppers!
|Template: background graphics from www.mycutegraphics.com|
|Melt white chocolates in the microwave in a glass bowl/measuring cup, an pour into the mold.|
|After the minifigs cool (you can refrigerate to speed up the process), gather your supplies.|
|Punch out the circles and then punch two small holes in each circle.|
|Loop the string through the holes and tie to secure the LEGO minifigure.|
|Sign the back, place in a poly bag. Done!|