photos by Victoria Flower Photography

photos by Victoria Flower Photography

Level: Easy*
*Chocolate will need to be warmed in microwave or stovetop (parent supervision required)

Today on Wondermint Kids, my friend, Mia A., and I are making Chocolate Lovely Pops.  Some people call these heart-shaped chocolate lollipops.  We flavored ours with shredded coconut, M&Ms, Rice Krispies, sea-salt (for my Mom!), sprinkles (for me!), and almonds.  You can also try dried fruit or other cereals. And, don’t forget to check out our How-To Make Lovely Pops Video to see Mia and I in action.

Look below to see the recipe my mom typed up and how ours turned out. Aren’t they cute?!



Rating: 5

Yield: Up to 20 Lollipops

This easy chocolate treat can be made on lollipop sticks or without and makes for some really colorful yummy party favors for kids or adult birthday parties or events.


  • 2 cups milk chocolate chips

  • Lollipop sticks

  • Heart shaped candy mold (you can try other shapes)

  • Yummy ingredients to mix in. See what we used below:

  • Rice Krispies

  • Shredded coconut

  • Blue Diamond Almonds

  • Mini M&M's

  • Sea Salt


  1. Melt chocolate for 1 to 2 minutes until it smooth when stirred.

  2. Place lollipop sticks into tray

  3. Add a pinch of one or more ingredients into each heart-shaped mold

  4. Pour in the melted chocolate, right over the ingredients

  5. Make sure the chocolate covers the top of the lollipop stick

  6. Place tray in refrigerator to cool chocolate

  7. Wait approximately one hour or less, then pop chocolate lollipops out of trays

  8. Enjoy!


Make sure sticks are set into trays properly. Mold trays can be purchased at SurLaTable.com or Surfas.com. Lollipop Favor Covers purchased at Sur La Table.

The photo below shows you how these make great party favors for birthdays or other celebrations or bake sale items to help raise money for your school.

photos by Victoria Flower Photography

photos by Victoria Flower Photography

If you do not have lollipop sticks, you can still make these without them. See the photo below to see what that would look like. Still cute!


Resources: Lollipop Sticks & Heart-shaped candy molds: Sur La table: Blue Diamond Almonds, Mini M& M’s, Rice Krispies & Coconut can be found at your local grocery store.