Happy B'Day Lollies

Introduction: Happy B'Day Lollies

About: An artist who loves to play with food and create fun foods

What can be cuter than saying thanks to all the birthday wishes
with this quick n easy to make choco candy B'day lollies. 

A packet of semi- sweet / milk chocolate chips 
A pack of Wilton white candy melts 
Colorful sprinkles 
Lollipop sticks & a clean brush 
B'day candy mold (link)


Melt a pack of candy melts .Using a clean brush & melted white melts
thickly paint a few decorations on each mold - emphasizing on the designs .

Place in the refrigerator for an hour . Melt & temper  the semi - sweet chips , 
take out the moulds from the refrigerator & pour in the melted chocolate,
tap to remove air bubbles also fix in the lollipop sticks .
Refrigerate for another hour . 

Once set remove from refrigerator & un mold. Using the melted chocolate 
as glue stick some colorful sprinkles . 

Wrap in clear plastic bags & decorate with ribbons .             

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    9 years ago on Introduction

    A step to step insructable may have been a better idea, these look great but it would be ALOT easier to understand if you had some staged pictures and step by step instructions

    If you need any help with how to do it, let me know, and I can talk through it

    I love how they look though :)


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for ur comment Biggsy . Will surely click step by step pics from nxt time - totally agree they'l dfntly make things easier to understand.

    Love going thru ur creations too .. the Cinderella slipper is amazing !!!


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks, apparently it looked JUST like glass on stage last week....

    Let me know if you need any help writing up your instructables

    Cheerio and good luck