Create a fun Pokémon Brownie Hearts on a Stick for the Pokemon lover for Valentine’s Day.
If you’ve been to this blog before, you know that our house is filled with Pokémon fans. My sons have taught their younger sister all about Pokémon, so she’s a Poké nerd just like them. Since they love Pokémon so much, I’ve decided to make them Pokémon Brownie Hearts for Valentine’s Day. See how fun it is to make these heart shaped Pokéballs.
Pokémon Brownie Hearts on a Stick
The only ingredients required to create these are brownies, candy melts in red and white, and large candy eyes.
Bake brownies according to the directions on the package. Let them cool in the pan completely before cutting them.
Use a heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut out brownie hearts. I used a metal cutter and slowly pulled it up out of the pan.
The brownie stuck to the inside of the cutter and I gently removed it. Dip the bottom part of the brownie in melted white candy.
Stick a lollipop stick into the bottom of the heart right away before the white dries. I tried using a paper straw, but it didn’t work. Let the white dry on a liner or wax paper.
Dip the top half of the brownie into the melted red candy, making sure to leave a little gap of exposed brownie to represent the black strip around the Pokéball Brownie Hearts on a Stickball. Let the red dry.
Place a small amount of red and white melted candy on the back of one large eye. Carefully place that in the middle of the black strip to represent the trigger release button.
These are almost too cute to eat. My kids said they tasted really good. Of course, candy melt tastes good on anything.
Place a cellophane bag over the heart, tie with a ribbon, and give them out on Valentine’s Day. You could even tie on one of these Pokémon Heart Valentines.