Valentine’s Day Candy Leftovers

I don’t know about you but Little Finch got a ton of candy for Valentine’s Day from her classmates. Me, being the selfish mommy I am took the chocolate and attempted to turn it into a sweet and salty  treat (for me of course!) I had made a very similar treat like this for her birthday party and they turned out amazing (literally I probably gained 5lbs from eating so many!) However, when I made these I let them cook a tad too long so the tips of my Kisses were a little burnt and the chocolate crumbled instead of smoothly melted when I put the Sixlets on. But, none the less they were still good and it was a great way to add a little twist to the candy!

Valentine’s Day Candy Leftovers
Recipe Type: Candy, Dessert
Author: Stephanie – Gathered In The
A great way to use up leftover candy!
  • Hersey Kisses
  • Sixlets
  • Pretzels
  1. Heat oven to 325 degrees
  2. Line pan with parchment paper
  3. Place pretzels on pan
  4. Place Hersey Kisses on top of pretzels
  5. Bake in oven for 3-4 minutes until chocolate is slightly starting to melt
  6. Remove from oven and gently press a Sixlet onto each Kiss
  7. Let cool and serve

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  1. What’s a sixlet? Is that what it’s called? Now I feel like chocolate.

    1. They are like little chocolate balls with a harder coating that is colored…kind of like an M&M

  2. Sue @ Cakeballs, cookies and more says:

    Oh that is a great idea, I have tossed out more candy that I should admit when the kid brings it home.

  3. How fun! I have made something similar to this but with rolos. Now I’m hungry!! Thanks for sharing with us at Link it Up Thursday.

  4. These look so cute and delicious! Thank you so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday and I hope you’ll stop back soon 🙂

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