Three Valentine’s Day treats to make in your dorm
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Valentine’s Day is one of those holidays that is all about the candy. Whether you prefer candy hearts or a classic box of chocolate, sugar is a big part of the Feb. 14 celebrations. If you’re looking for a homemade treat to celebrate, these three recipes can be made in your dorm room. You can share them with friends, your significant other or keep them all to yourself.
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Chocolate Covered Pretzels
These chocolate covered pretzels are really easy to make, but look adorable with festive sprinkles. If you also want to give your friends a gift you can put them in clear plastic bags to hand out.
- Lay down a sheet of parchment paper
- Melt chocolate according to instructions on the bag
- Dip part of pretzel into chocolate and gently shake off the excess
- Hold over the parchment paper and sprinkle on the colored sprinkles
- Place on the parchment paper to let the chocolate harden
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Red Velvet Puppy Chow
Puppy Chow seems to be a classic Christmas treat. This recipe takes that classic and makes it perfect for Valentine’s Day with red velvet cake mix.
- Place Rice Chex cereal into a large bowl
- Put cake mix and powdered sugar into a large plastic bag
- Melt the chocolates together in the microwave and stir until smooth. Be careful not to burn them.
- Stir in cream cheese and milk
- Pour chocolate over Rice Chex cereal and stir until coated
- Dump cereal into the bag with powdered sugar and cake mix. Shake until coated
- Pour onto a plate or cookie sheet and let cool
- Mix with M&M’s and serve
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Chocolate Covered Oreo Pops
Oreos make a great snack or dessert. Making them into lollipops and dipping them in candy melts makes them perfect to share with your friends on Valentine’s Day.
- Place your index finger over the top of an oreo and push a lollipop stick up through the filling of the oreo. Stop once you feel the cream push up against your finger
- Lay down parchment paper
- Melt the candy melts according to packaging and stir in small amount of vegetable oil to thin
- Dip each oreo in the candy melts until coated
- Scrape the bottom of the oreo off and place on parchment paper
- Design each oreo with sprinkles or candy melt drizzle
- Allow the pops to fully set by letting them sit out or placing them in the refrigerator or freezer for 5-10 minutes