Chocolate Frogs can be made by purchasing a candy frog template and candy melts from your local craft store. Follow the directions on the candy melts or the template to make.
Note: For kids with nut allergies, you cannot use the candy melts. I made separate frogs for my older son by melting Hershey’s Chocolate chips over a double boiler.
Licorice Wands are Twizzlers.
Jelly Bean Potions– Since we were not interested in eating ear wax flavored Bertie’s Botts we decided to make our own Jelly Bean concoctions with the help of recipes courtesy of Jelly Belly. Try the recipes below or feel free to create your own:
Pink Lemonade = 1 Cotton Candy + 1 Lemon
Root Beer Float = 2 A&W Root Beer + 1 A&W Cream Soda
Cherry Turnover = 2 Very Cherry + 1 Caramel Corn
Blueberry Muffin = 2 Blueberry + 1 Buttered Popcorn
Strawberry Shortcake = 1 Strawberry Jam + 1 French Vanilla
Chocolate Covered Cherries = 1 Chocolate Pudding + 2 Very Cherry
S’mores = 1 Caramel Corn + 1 Chocolate Pudding + 2 Toasted Marshmallow
Chocolate Covered LightsabersMarch 7th, 2014
Banana Chex MixMarch 6th, 2014
Golden Graham S’moresMarch 5th, 2014
Chocolate FondueFebruary 27th, 2014
February 19th is National Chocolate Mint DayFebruary 17th, 2014