Kit Kat Copycat Valentines Wafer Heart Candies

I’m so excited for Valentines Day! This year, I am making treats to share with all my friends and family, and to send along to school with the kids to send to friends and teachers.

This super easy Kit Kat Copycat recipe made into cute little Valentines Wafer Hearts are the perfect gift to pack up in a Ziploc sandwich bag and top with one of these fun Valentines Bag Toppers

 

Kit Kat Copycat Valentines Wafer Heart Candies

 

All you need is a silicone heart mold, some vanilla wafer cookies (or any flavor you like!), some candy chocolate melts (I chose pink drizzled with white), and of course a bit of glittery sparkles for the top! 


 

Seriously… check out my video on how simple these are to make! 

KIT KAT Copycat Valentines Wafer Hearts

 

 

So easy right!

 

Start by gathering all your ingredients

Kit Kat Copycat Valentines Wafer Heart Candies

 

Take your vanilla wafers and chop or crush into small peices

Kit Kat Copycat Valentines Wafer Heart Candies

 

Place them in your mold and squeeze melted chocolate over into each heart until filled.

Use a spatula and tap it down to make sure chocolate reaches bottom of heart. 

Kit Kat Copycat Valentines Wafer Heart Candies

 

Wait until set and remove from heart molds onto parchment paper or pan

Kit Kat Copycat Valentines Wafer Heart Candies

 

Drizzle with melted white chocolate and top with glittery sprinkles!

Kit Kat Copycat Valentines Wafer Heart Candies

 

Package them up any way you like to deliver them to all your friends! 

Kit Kat Copycat Valentines Wafer Heart Candies

 

I love this recipe because it’s super easy and fun for kids to make themselves too! 

 

Kit Kat Copycat Valentines Wafer Hearts

Yield: 12

A quick, easy, and delicious Valentines Day treat in a cute heart shape!

Ingredients

  • 12 oz. Pink Candy Melts
  • 1 Package Vanilla Wafer Cookies
  • 6 oz. White Chocolate Melts (optional)
  • Glitter Baking Sprinkles (optional)

Instructions

  1. Crush Vanilla Wafer Cookies into small pieces, place into heart mold.
  2. Melt Pink Candy Melts as directed on bag, spoon into Ziploc bag, squeeze out excess air, cut of corner tip.
  3. Squeeze melted chocolate over wafers into mold. Use spatula and tap mold to assure chocolate reaches bottom of mold.
  4. Place in refrigerator to set for approximately 10-15 minutes.
  5. Remove from mold.
  6. Melt White Chocolate Melts as directed and place into a separate Ziploc bag same as you did for pink chocolate.
  7. Drizzle over the hearts and add sprinkles for a decorative finish!

Notes

  • See YouTube Video Instructions Here: https://youtu.be/cC5330JFz-k


 

 So what do you think? Ready to get started? 

Don’t forget to pin the recipe and share with all your friends! 

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15 Comments

  1. I pinned this! This is a super cute idea!! I thought the kit kat copy cat would be different but I love this variation very creative!

  2. Omg these look so yummy! I don’t know what it is about candy being pink that makes it look that much more yummy to me! My daughter would love to help me make these.

  3. Oh my kids would gobble these up!!!!!! What a smart idea!!

  4. These are really cute treats for Valentine’s day! Would love to make this with my kids!

  5. Valentine’s Day is one of my favorites for baking up sweet treats. Loving these copy cat Kit Kats! They look so cute, and I’m sure they taste amazing.

  6. Oh my goodness. I love these. My girls would go nuts to make these with me, I am pretty sure we will be doing these for our treats this year!

  7. Oh my gosh this is just the coolest! They look so pretty and I bet that familiar crunch is really nice!

  8. Yummy! We have attempted homemade candy a few times and always loved the results. So much better than potentially stale store bought stuff.

  9. What a fun Valentine’s Day treat! I would love to make these with my daughter.

  10. My dad used to love eating those wafer cookies. He would have been all over this fun Valentine’s Day treat.

  11. Those look delicious! I much prefer making something like this from scratch. It’s easier, and it tastes MUCH better.

  12. These look so cute and yummy. I need to make these for my husband and son, they will love them.

  13. Mmmm! My kids are going to love this. I am excited to make these for them.

  14. This is a great idea, I am going to share this to my fan page on facebook.

  15. Cute! My daughter has a Valentine birthday so these would be perfect

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