Conversation Heart Cocoa



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Conversation Heart Cocoa

Happy Valentine’s Day! Well, happy almost Valentine’s Day:) Are you looking for a quick and easy Valentine’s Day dessert idea? How about a kid friendly Valentine’s Day dessert idea? I’ve got you covered! Introducing: Conversation Heart Cocoa:

This pink hot coca is as sweet as it gets! Plus, it takes a few minutes to whip up (I love quick and easy sweet treats like that!).

Here is the anatomy of Conversation Heart Cocoa:
Conversation Heart Rim
Pink Hot Cocoa (strawberry Nesquik and white chocolate chips)
Whipped Cream
and Conversation Heart Sprinkles
Easy enough, right?

To make conversation heart sprinkles, simply put some hearts in a sealable plastic bag like you see below. Then, using a hammer (or something along those lines, I just prefer a hammer because it gets the job done quickly!), crunch the hearts up in the bag.

Using clear syrup, like corn syrup, line the top of any cute mug. A clear mug will look the best! Then, dip the rim into the crunched up sprinkles.

Add whipped cream …..

….. sprinkle some additional crunched up conversation hearts on top …..

…. and you’ve created a Valentine’s Day dessert that will have everybody oohing and ahhhing over!
Looking for additional Valentine’s Day ideas? Check out my homemade
Conversation Heart Whipped Cream
by clicking HERE
Conversation Heart Whipped Cream

Kelly Dixon

Welcome to Smart School House! I’m so glad you are here! I’m Kelly Dixon and my website is designed to inspire your creative side. I hope you visit us here often!

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  1. This would be a big hit for anyone who has a teenage daughter that is hosting a sleepover! Very pretty indeed.

  2. Such a great idea! I’ve been implementing these ideas lately too and its amazing how something so simple is so helpful! I want to start a page as your ans recently I asked a web design company ELCO PLANET ( to develope the page for me.. I was just interested for web hosting.. can you please advice me about web hosting provider.. have you ever heard for offering hosting, alfa reseller hosting… ? thanks a lot

  3. wow pink cocoa how pretty, this would be great for a little girls birthday party

  4. So pretty, and as I know already it will be cold this Easter morning, this will be a great warmer-upper for the little egg hunters after they have collected their bounty in the chilly outside!

  5. I looooove conversation hearts! And cocoa! And pretty drinks! I’ll definitely be making some of this in the near future.

  6. This cocoa is gorgeous!!! I love how pretty and pink it is!!! So glad I saw it at Crumbs and Chaos so I could find your cute blog!!!

  7. Very, very cute! I love it! You are a featured favorite this week on Saturday Show & Tell on Cheerios and Lattes! Thanks so much for sharing last week; we can’t wait to see what you’ve been up to this week!
    Mackenzie 🙂

  8. Yummy! And looks so cute 🙂

    Congrats, we featured you today @ Keep Calm & Link Up! Stop by and grab a featured button when you get a chance and come back tonight at 5 PM EST to link up your latest and greatest again! xo, Meredith @

  9. That is so pretty. Looks too pretty to drink. Perfect for Valentines. I saw your link up to Shaken Together and had to come over and check it out. I love the beautiful quality of your photo. Light Box? I have that on my to do list. I am having a brand new blog hop today called “Valentine Inspirations” and this would fit perfectly. I would love to have you…if you have time. htt://

  10. Kelly, when are you planning on coming over to make some hot cocoa for me?

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer… From Dream To Reality!

  11. I am featuring you today! I can’t wait to try these! Thank you for linking up at Made in a Day!

  12. My husband loves making hot strawberry milk. This is the prettiest picture. I would love for you to share it at my link party going on now over at
    Thanks, have a great day!
    Wanda Ann @ Memories by the Mile

  13. Absolutely adorable! My twin 6 year old daughter will LOVE this! It’s almost worth planning a little party around:)
    Resa~Pitcher and Plate

  14.  Hi, great post. Where do you get pink cocoa at?
    I found you through the blog hop. Please stop  by and say hi when you get a chance.  .Be sure and check out my new Blog Hop that started. It’s Weekly Goals Link Up. It’s a great way to stay on track. Have a great day. 🙂 Now following you. 
    Here’s the link for it if you would like to check it out.

  15. Yummy looking hot cocoa. Almost too pretty to drink. I’m visiting from Well Crafted Wednesdays over at The Well Crafted Home.

  16. Now if this isnt the sweetest idea I have seen! I will be doing this! My kiddies will love this!

  17. This is an adorable idea!! It has to be the cutest drink I’ve even seen. Thanks for sharing it at The Weekly Creative.

    Shannon @ Sewing Barefoot

  18. That would be the sweetest valentine’s drink for my granddaughters! Thanks for sharing this!

  19. Oh! just adorable! This makes me want to throw a little girl party! So sweet! Thanks for sharing on Super Sweet Saturday.

  20. OMG, these are sooooo pretty! Love it! Stopping by from Sweet Boutique’s link up! 🙂

  21. This is just precious! Hopping over from the Tatortots Wrap up Party. Going to check out the rest of your blog. Great blog design too! Happy Friday!

  22. Cute idea. You can purchase pink cocoa at World Market. Thanks for sharing on the Foodie Friends Friday Link up.
    Your co host from
    Nosh My Way
    Oh don’t forget to link this blog post back up to foodie friends friday.
    Come back on Sunday to vote. You can only win if you link back up and your cocoa is just too cute, not to.

  23. This is too cute~ I pinned it at the Pin Me Linky Pary~ I would love it if you would link it up to my Linky Party~

  24. I love it! Super cute and looks yummy! Stopping by from the link up at 504 Main. 🙂

  25. This is so cute! My girls would just love it. I’m visiting from Pin Me Party and I’ll be pinning!

  26. Oh…my…gosh! This is so cute and looks so yummy!!! Found you over at the Pin Me Party 🙂 Following you on Pinterest and Facebook!

  27. This is so precious! I never liked the taste of those conversation hearts but I’ll be picking some up the next time I’m at the store just so I can make this for the kids!

  28. I am obsessed with conversation hearts, so I’m super excited to have found this! Thank you.

  29. What a fun idea! Can’t wait to try it. Wondering too about the hot chocolate. Nesquick has a strawberry powder for milk. Kids might like that.

    1. Hi there! You can go a couple of ways to achieve the pink color. My FAVORITE way, and the one process I used above, I use white hot cocoa (yummm) and a teeny tiny drop of red coloring.

      Or, you could always use the strawberry milk (Nesquick, Hersheys, etc). That will give you more of a strawberry taste, but my goodness, who doesn’t LOVE strawberry?!!

      Have a pretty Valentine’s Day and thanks for stopping by!

      Kelly at Smart School House

  30. Yummy! I have those glasses too. Are yours from Crate & Barrel?:) I’m pinning this idea..twice. Megan

  31. What a fun idea! I’ve never seen pink cocoa? Is it white hot chocolate with food coloring? Very neat.