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Sweetheart Chocolate Lollipops

Sweetheart Chocolate Lollipops recipe
photo by:kraft
Valentine's Day is all about gifts from the heart, and what's more heartfelt than a homemade lollipop? Our simple recipe makes it easy to show someone you're thinking of th...read more
time
prep:
20 min
total:
2 hr
servings
total:
2-1/2 doz. or 30 servings, 1 pop each
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posted:
2/21/2007
Made these for Valentine's party for my son's class. They were a big hit! Everyone asked for more. The teacher even asked for the recipe. They were very simple to make, and didn't take all that long. Delicious AND simple....what more can you ask for?
posted:
2/21/2007
My cookies came out great! I had to tweak the recipe a bit. I didn't have unsweetened Baker's choc., so I used a 1/2 cup of semi-sweet choc. chips. Next time I'll use 3/4 cup for more choc. flavor. I also cut down on the sugar to 1 cup. I followed the rest of the recipe as is, only I used margarine, not butter. I baked the cookies on a baking stone for 9 mins. Put my melted white choc. in a baggy for decorating. Came out just like the pictures.
posted:
2/20/2007
Well I followed all directions to the T and am not a novice in baking but these ended up being sticky and could never be used as lolli-pops. They were NOT sweet at all. I ended up topping vanilla ice cream with them.
posted:
2/16/2007
These were a total disaster for me. I did everything the recipe said - and they were a huge flop. I couldn't even get them off the pan - or the stick fell out - and if I cooked them longer, they were so hard they crumbled. I was so dissappointed and so was my 4 year old son - who THOUGHT he had a treat to take to his pre-school party. We had to throw them in the trash.
posted:
2/15/2007
After some slight confusion with the directions I made these brownies/cookies on a stick. Easy to make. One hour in the fridge was enough. I did have to leave them in my oven for about 10 - 12 minutes. At the start, I wasn't sure if I was to add both chocolates to the dough since the directions did not differenciate between the two. Also, I did not have "Baker's" brand chocolate on hand and my chocolate squares were 2 oz. each as opposed to the 1 oz. each for "Baker's". I feel the ingredients should call for 4 oz. instead of 4 squares. Aside from that, this recipe is a keeper!
posted:
2/15/2007
These were a great hit. Be sure to refrigerate well. I used parchment paper, made sure I let them cool well before trying to move them too much. THe kids and the teachers loved them. I made a bouquet out of them by sticking into a foam ball in a basket. I will make these for other holidays as well, St. PAts, Easter, July 4th, the possiblities are endless and they taste great!!
posted:
2/15/2007
I followed the directions but the cookies did not have that much flavor. The cooking time was important because undercooking and the stick would come out, overcooking and the cookie was dry. It looked like a great idea on paper but I would never make it again.
posted:
2/14/2007
These are great!! I made them exactly as the recipe says, I did have to bake them a little longer, maybe 10-11 minutes. I almost made them smaller, so I got about 48 lollipops. They are wonderful! Soft and chewy, just perfect. My son's class will love them!!!! Oh, I also baked them on stoneware, and you do have to remove them to a cooling rack within a minute or they begin to stick a little.
posted:
2/14/2007
They came out great and everyone loved them at work. I think cooking them at 8 minutes was perfect as long as you get the size right. They should be soft.
posted:
2/14/2007
I made a double batch of these and got about 60 nice size cookies! I took them to my sons preschool and brought in the chocolate and decorations for them to do themselves! They absolutely loved this! I will definately use this recipe again and again! Thank you!
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