Thursday, October 17, 2013

RECIPE :: Easy Chocolate Halloween Lollipops

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Easy Chocolate Halloween Lollipops
by Kimberley 


I love bringing my kids in the kitchen and am always looking for something fun and easy to make with them. I decided to let them make some candy with me and this recipe is so easy that even my three year old made it herself. All I did was assemble the supplies and ingredients, melt the chocolate, and demonstrate one lollipop for them and they were on they're way!

You can adapt this depending on the season: I made Halloween lollies, but you could easily change this for Christmas, Valentine's Day and Easter. It's so easy and as we all know, kids love treats on a stick.


- popsicle sticks - I find the flat traditional popsicle stick works best as it is more sturdy in the chocolate

- good quality melting chocolate - as much as you want!

- festive sprinkles or candies - we also made these with gummy worms and smarties

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-line a cookie sheet with wax paper or parchment paper

-lay out popsicle sticks in two rows and allow for space for chocolate; have candies or sprinkles ready to use

-melt chocolate - place in glass bowl and microwave for 30 second intervals, stirring each time, until melted

-slowly pour a circle of chocolate on end of each popsicle stick and immediately sprinkle with candies

-complete all lollipops and allow to set in a cool place, or in the fridge.

-once set, peel lollies off paper and place in cello bags or just eat them!

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Guest Contributor: Kimberley Mulla

My Mom gave me my first cookbook when I was six years old. I have been baking & cooking ever since.

I specialize in artisan marshmallows & confections. I want to sell a product that I would feed my children. The ingredients are simple, often local, organic & fair trade as well. 

I love making marshmallows. Every single one. It brings me so much joy to create something unique, tasty, and delightful.

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1 comment:

  1. As always a cute and easy recipe I can let my kids help with. Thanks Kimberley


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