Bugle Bites

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Linda Edwards

By
@l4lsu

Someone has probably already posted this - I can't even call it a recipe, it is so simple - but this is such a cute idea. My grandchildren enjoyed helping to make these. (They ate about half of the bites while we were working)

Thanks to the blog "Dandelions and Lace" for the photo and recipe.

Hint: If you a planning to make many of the bites, you may want to buy two bags of Bugles. Some will have to be discarded (or eaten on the spot) because they do not open enough to insert a M & M.

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Comments:
Serves:
about 100 pieces
Prep:
30 Min

Ingredients

How to Make Bugle Bites

Step-by-Step

  1. Melt the almond bark in a double boiler (or microwave, if you're so inclined). Remember not to let moisture get in or the almond bark will get chunky. Start with half a package of almond bark.
  2. After almond bark is melted, pick a bugle with a nice wide opening and dip the open end into the almond bark...
  3. Top with an M&M. Looks almost like an ice cream cone, or they could be little horns of plenty using fall colored M & Ms
  4. Lay on wax paper to cool and harden. [Pop in fridge to cool if you're pressed for time].

Printable Recipe Card

About Bugle Bites

Course/Dish: Candies
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtag: #Treats




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