Edibles: Boozy Valentine’s Day Candy Hearts

Published On February 4, 2013 | By Russell van Kraayenburg | Food, Snacks

Valentine’s Day is almost here, and that can only mean one thing: it’s time to overdose on candy! When it comes to conversation hearts, there are two parties. There are those who hate them and those who love them. I fall into the latter. So, why not try and booze these little Valentine’s Day treats up?

You may be asking yourself, why would I make something that costs about 50 cents a package? Well, there are two reasons. First, you get to make them with vodka. And second, you get to write your own messages (cue the dirty jokes).

Russell van Kraayenburg is Editor-in-Chief of The Boys Club and blogger at Chasing Delicious.

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is a born and bred Texan who's always looking for a way to add a little BBQ to his cocktail. He is the Editor-in-Chief of The Boys Club and Founder and CEO of Rambunctious House Media, the food-obsessed company behind The Boys Club, Chasing Delicious, and thesweettooth.co. Follow Russell on twitter @rvank.

10 Responses to Edibles: Boozy Valentine’s Day Candy Hearts

  1. marla says:

    These are genius!!!

  2. Dani says:

    Those are brilliant! Could you substitute the vodka for water, in like a lame kid friendly version ;) ?

  3. Kat F. says:

    Clever boy!

  4. What an incredibly inventive idea!!

  5. Mike Mike says:

    Seriously inventive! And love that they’re boozy and you can write messages fit for an occasion or person. Genius.

  6. Ian says:

    Thoughts on whisking instead of stand mixing? Us college kids gotta have boozy hearts too!

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