DIY: Chocolate Graduation Cap Pops!!

4 years ago

This is the perfect graduation present! Creative and delicious, and if you wrap it prettily, these super simple candy pops are perfect for your next graduation celebration!

If you are looking for a festive graduation treat that needs no baking and easy, this is it!!



Mini m&ms
Mini Reeses Peanut Butter Cups
Milk Chocolate Candy Coating
Candy Writer in your choice of color
square chocolate candy mold (I used Ghirardelli Caramel Squares)
4 inch sucker sticks

Slowly melt candy coating at 15 second intervals in the microwave, stirring after each 15 seconds. About 40 candy disks will fill the mold. Fill mold with candy coating and tap mold to release bubbles. Place mold in freezer for 5-10 minutes until chocolate is completely cooled. Chocolate squares should fall easily out of the mold.

Dip sucker stick into candy coating and stick into the peanut butter cup.

Melt candy writers according to package directions. Starting in the center of the chocolate square draw a line to the edge making a tassel. Place a mini m&m in the center on top.

Attach the chocolate square to the peanut butter cup with a dab of melted candy coating. Allow candy coating to set and you have the perfect graduation cap!

Enjoy! :) I`m personally making this myself for graduation gifts.

***Not my pictures or recipes, but I really wanted to share this because it was so cute and creative!!

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