Malt Easter Bark Candy & GIVEAWAY

Malt Easter Bark Candy Recipe | snappygourmet.comEaster is just around the corner, are you ready?? How about an easy MALT EASTER BARK CANDY recipe to help you get started?! This Malt Easter Bark Candy is ready in minutes and a great spring treat. A fun activity for the kids to help with as well.… [read more]

Cake Batter Truffles

Spring is here, or at least it’s kind of here.  I’m still waiting for Mother Nature to get the memo.  Easter is also right around the corner and my kids are counting down the days for the Easter Bunny!  I couldn’t wait to try this recipe I created, so Easter came a little early in the treat department at our house!  What Easter Bunny wouldn’t love these cute little Cake Batter Truffles?!  No baking, and less than 10 ingredients!  It’s quite a Snappy recipe if I do say so myself!

But before I get to more about the recipe, I have an announcement.  I just posted my first GIVEAWAY!  I’m so thankful for all my Snappy Gourmet friends that I decided to have a little contest for you all.  And did I mention there are FIVE prizes, FIVE chances to win, and FIVE winners?!  Be sure to check out my GIVEAWAY page and enter!  Good luck!!!  Be sure to visit my FACEBOOK and TWITTER pages. You can also sign-up to receive my recipes and posts by EMAIL or RSS. I have lots of fun recipes coming up that you won’t want to miss!  I’m just getting started!

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Candy Cane Candy

 

Have some extra candy canes around the house?  If not, you may want to get some and try this fun “experiment”.   I made some of these ahead of time for my next recipe that is coming up.  My kids loved watching the candy canes melt in the oven and blend together.

You can melt whole candy canes or use broken ones.  If you’re using broken candy canes, be sure to keep them close together so that they melt together, otherwise, you’ll get “holes” in your candy.

 

Once the candy canes start to melt they’ll start bubbling a little and flatten.

 

My kids loved watching the candy canes melt in the oven and thought this was a “cool” experiment!

 

They couldn’t believe how thin the candy canes got when they were finished.

 

Be sure to let the candy completelly cool so that it hardens.  It will be liquid and soft when you take it out of the oven.  Once it’s cool you can break it into desired shapes.  I used mine to decorate some cakes I made (recipe coming up soon!).

Candy Cane Candy
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Turn leftover candy canes into a fun new candy to decorate cupcakes, cakes, brownies, etc.
Ingredients
  • Broken or whole candy canes
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.  Line baking sheet(s) with parchment paper or silpats.
  2. Spread broken candy canes or whole candy canes on baking sheets.  If using broken candy canes, keep candy close together so that it melts together.  If you spread it out too much you’ll have holes in your candy.
  3. Bake at 350 degrees F for about 5-8 minutes or until melted and it just starts to bubble.  Remove from oven.  If you have holes in your candy use a toothpick to spread candy to cover holes.  Cool completely.  Once candy cool you can break it into desired shapes.
Notes
SNAPPY TIPS: These candies are great dipped in chocolate.

SNAPPY SUBSTITUTIONS: You can use starlight candies instead of candy canes.

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