Christmas Molded Candy

Stephanie Coon
by Stephanie Coon
2 Materials
2 Hours
I wanted to do something out of the norm this year for Christmas with these moulds that are manufactured by Prima Marketing Inc.
 I picked up some Wiltons Candy Melts at Walmart the other day for 2.29 a bag. I made sure my moulds were clean by giving them at good soak & scrub with Dawn soap & hot water. 
 I took a glass microwave bowl & melted the candy in 30 sec spurts. Making sure I didn't melt them to much.
You only want to melt them to the point that it rolls up like clay. You will learn quickly how long to microwave them to get it to a clay consistency. If you melt them to much, just let it set for a bit and the candy will harden up again.
Using your CLEAN hands smooth out the back and add fishing line while the candy is still soft. This will be what you hang it from .  Your guest can just pitch the fishing line after eating the candy ornaments. 
 I filled the moulds & figured out the best method was to let them set up at room temperature. If you put them in the fridge make sure you run hot water on the backs of the moulds to loosen the candy from the moulds.
 I used edible metallic spray & sugar crystals to decorate the candy . These are a perfectly edible but beautiful treat for your Christmas parties.
Display them on a small Christmas tree for easy eating.
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