GRADUATION CAPS !!!
By Colleen Sowa colleenlucky7
These delightful and edible Graduation Caps have been a favorite of ours for years... We started making them before there were mini peanut butter cups... the mini ones are much nicer.
We use them to decorate cakes, put trays of them out on the sweet table, decorate with them, use as party favors.....
But our favorite thing to do is make them up and put in vases and give as gifts to special graduates... it is unique and fun! *** Sometimes we add a couple balloons... but the vases of Graduation Caps make a very nice and much welcomed gift!
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Peel all wrappers off of the miniature peanut butter cups.
Unwrap the Hershey's chocolate bars, carefully snap them off into 2 section squares (one candy bar will make 4 squares and there will be a row left over to save for future uses.... or nibble away now!)
Place the Hershey's chocolate squares flat side down on the wax paper.
Dip the bottom of a peanut butter cup into the chocolate bark, set it onto a Hershey's square.
Repeat this process until all are done. Let them set to harden.
Dip the tips of the Twizzlers into the chocolate bark and place onto the top of the Graduation Caps.
Repeat until all are done. Let sit to allow chocolate bark to harden.
Put the stick of choice into the peanut butter cup part of the Graduation Cap.
Take a Wilton's Treat Bag and put the Graduation Cap inside.
At this point, you can use clear tape, curling ribbon or other devise to secure the bag closed.
Repeat until all are done.
*** Plastic Vases, rocks, marbles and paper grass. (all from dollar store ... rocks from hardware store).
*** We make the vases up for a graduate, put in the Graduation Caps (as in photo), we present this to the graduate instead of roses... sometimes we add a couple balloons.
About this Recipe
Colleen Sowa colleenlucky7 - Mar 24, 2011
bev snee 1234567 - Mar 24, 2011
Oh thamks Colleen. My daughter is graduating from 8th grade this year. I am going to make these and give them out to her and her friends. I had made the cake balls at Christmas and they loved them. Instead of a birthday cake for her birthday last month she wanted cake balls again. Lucky me they were red velvet and that is too sweet for me so I lucked out with the added poundage! I'll take a picture and show you when I make them. xxxooo