|by B. Carlson|
This book is for folks that might want to put a little zing in their love life.
1 - 10 of 127 for chocolate bark candy
Line 2 cookie ... low heat, melt chips/candy coating, stirring constantly ... teaspoonfuls onto prepared cookie sheets. Refrigerate until set. Yield: 48 candies.
Approximately 3 cups melted chocolate or white chocolate ... chocolate and corn flakes and for Easter you can make nests from yellow chocolate and coconut.
Melt bark and peanut butter together. Add the rest of the ingredients. Drop by teaspoon on wax paper. Recipe from my friend, Ann Schoenhard.
In a microwave safe pan, heat candy coating until melted, ... waxed paper lined cookie sheets. Let stand until candy is set. Makes about 40 pieces of candy.
Unwrap and crush the candy canes or starlite ... the bag of chocolate chips in one ... chocolate-mint flavored chips - the possiblities of combinations are many!
Melt together the almond bark, chips, and candy bar in a ... Spanish nuts. With a spoon drop clusters on wax paper. When dry store in a tight container.
Melt chocolate in double boiler. ... cherries and nuts. Place wax paper on cookie sheet. Spread fudge in pan to desired thickness. Let cool. Cut into squares.
In microwave, melt chocolate chips and all but 1 square of almond bark on medium approximately ... pizza in circles for a lacy look or any design you want.
Melt candy coating in small ... coating. Cut 6 bow shapes from red fruit leather, attach one bow to each wreath with candy coating. Let stand until set.
Melt chocolate chips with 14 oz. almond bark in a large ... pan. Top with candy sprinkles and coconut. ... coconut. Chill until firm; store at room temperature.
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