Home Made Valentine’s Chocolate Hearts

February 14, 2014

Today is Valentine’s day. Hopefully you woke up to a nice surprise from your loved one. Flowers, chocolates or breakfast in bed. Maybe you are planning a nice meal later over a bottle of wine. My son was all excited this morning, he had a shower last night so he would smell nice for the girls at school. This morning he had another one. Hopefully he will get a nice surprise when he is at school.

Last night I had an idea for some quick and simple home made Valentine’s chocolate hearts. I had bought a heart shaped chocolate mould the other day and thought I had better make use of it. If you have forgotten Valentine’s day you could easily make these as a special treat for your loved one. They are really easy and quick to make, but look like you have spent ages in the kitchen.

Valentines chocolates

You could also use them as a decoration on top of a cake or a trifle to add a special touch to your Valentine’s dessert. All you need is a couple of bars of chocolate which you melt down over a pan of boiling water. For a touch of flavour I added some orange zest and then poured into the moulds. I had some sugar heart decorations which I added to the top. I was really pleased with the result and my husband loved them this morning. What are you doing for Valentine’s day?

Valetine's Chocolate Hearts

Simple chocolate hearts that look effective. You will need a heart shaped chocolate mould
Author Alison


  • 2 large bars milk chocolate
  • zest of one orange
  • sugar heart decorations


  • Break the chocolate into a heat proof bowl. Place the bowl in a pan of boiling water
  • Add the orange zest and wait for the chocolate to melt.
  • Pour the chocolate into the heart shaped mould, using a knife to level the top when finished.
  • Add a sugar heart to the top of each one and leave in the fridge to cool

9 responses to “Home Made Valentine’s Chocolate Hearts”

  1. I am SO making these! Mmmm they look so nice! I would love you to link up to Homemade Thursday 😉 Also where do you get the sugar hearts from? They are so pretty!

  2. Rhoda K says:

    These are so cute. Love the orange zest idea!

  3. Galina V says:

    Send some my way! They look pretty and bet, tasted lovely

  4. Thank you lovely! A pleasure to see you there 😉

    Ooh I shall look out for those too! Thanks hun!

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