You’ve seen all the cute “mustache” tags out there in blogland, right? Well, there’s no way my kids would hand Valentine’s out at school if they contained the words “love”, “be mine”, “heartbreaker”, “eyes for you”, you get the idea. Boys are gross, girls are gross, end of story.
But I love the mustache so much, so this was my answer, and as luck would have it I’m planning on making 70+ chocolate mustaches for Valentine’s Day this year – I know, I’m crazy!
However, if my kids are any indication, these should be a big hit with their friends. I got some great pics of them all posing with their chocolate mustaches – too cute.
Chocolate Mustache Valentine Pops
Chocolate compound coating. 1 pound makes approx. 12 mustaches
Melt the compound coating according to the directions on the package. Place the lollipop stick into place and spoon the melted compound coating into each mustache well and roll the stick around to make sure it’s completely covered in coating. Gently tap the mold onto the counter to smooth out the coating and help prevent bubbles (some of mine still had some).
Place in the freezer, lying flat, for 10 minutes. When done, carefully turn the mold over onto a clean counter and they should come right out. If not, gently tap the corners of the mold to release any that are resistant.
Let come to room temperature before you package.