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Honeyduke's Sampler

© Betty K.

Supplies

Mouse-shaped candy mold
White melting chocolate
Mint cream
Bug-shaped candy mold
Milk melting chocolate
Caramel ice cream topping
Walnuts
Lollipop mold
Red colored chocolate melts
Lollipop sticks
Strawberry flavoring
Skull-shaped candy mold
Green colored chocolate melts
Mint flavoring
Bonbon mold
Different colored chocolate melts
Pop Rocks

Instructions

Ice Mice
Melt the white chocolate to line the mouse-shaped mold.

Put the mold in the refrigerator or freezer to harden.

Once it is hardened, fill it with a mint cream center (sold pre-made in candy store) and then add a layer of the melted white chocolate to cover the bottom of each mouse mold.

Put the candy back in the refrigerator or freezer to harden.

Cockroach Clusters
Line the bug-shaped mold with melted milk chocolate.

Put it in the refrigerator or freezer until hardened.

Fill each candy with a little caramel ice cream topping and some walnuts.

Cover each candy with more melted milk chocolate to cover the bottom.

Put the mold back into the refrigerator or freezer until hardened.

Blood Pops
Melt the red colored chocolate melts and add some strawberry flavoring to taste.

Fill the lollipop mold and put the lollipop sticks into it.

Put in the refrigerator or freezer to harden.

Dark Mark Mints
Melt the green colored chocolate melts and add the mint flavoring to taste.

Pour the melted chocolate into the skull-shaped molds.

Put in the refrigerator or freezer to harden.

Exploding Bonbons
Line each mold with the desired color of melted choclate.

Fill the candies with Pop Rocks.

Top each candy with more melted chocolate to cover the bottom.

Put in the refrigerator or freezer to harden.

Final Product

Honeyduke's Sampler

Credit

Betty K.'s tutorial was taken with permission from cutoutandkeep.net.

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