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These are too cute not to share!  Are you making any "holiday treats"

Red, White and Blue Fudge Stars (makes 18-24)

You'll need:

1 batch of white chocolate fudge (see recipe here, eliminate the Oreos)
1/4 -2/3 cup red and blue jimmies/sprinkles
optional, piping bag
striped straws or lollipop sticks

Instructions:


Make white chocolate fudge (see recipe here.) Stir in red and blue sprinkles until you get the desired speckling effect. Spoon or use a piping bag to fill your silicone star mold with the fudge. Fill 18 stars all the way to the top or fill 24 stars about 3/4 full. If you'd like, add more red and blue sprinkles on top of each star. Let sit at room temperature for about 8 hours or refrigerate for an hour or so until set. 




To remove stars from mold, turn mold upside down, press on the back of  a star while pulling up on the mold. If your stars don't release, allow them to set up longer.





At this point you can arrange your stars on a serving platter or ...



Push one straw or lollipop stick into each fudge star, then arrange them on a serving platter, create a bouquet, or wrap them individually in clear cellophane bags.




I decided after taking pictures of my stars, that I really like the ones without the extra sprinkles on top. What do you think?


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by on Jul. 3, 2012 at 4:01 PM
Replies (11-15):
earthangel1967
by on Jul. 5, 2012 at 4:41 PM


Quoting supermeof3:

I'm right there w/ ya', Yvonne! lol

Quoting earthangel1967:

ANYYYYY Kind of fudge is toooo yummy and these are toooo cute! Love them!


good

Blinksssss YVONNE

chrarrington18
by on Jul. 6, 2012 at 10:17 AM
Those are super cute. I want to try with the kids.
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supermeof3
by on Jul. 6, 2012 at 10:44 AM

These would be great for any holiday!   Little Christmas trees or stockings could be cute too!

Quoting chrarrington18:

Those are super cute. I want to try with the kids.



chrarrington18
by on Jul. 6, 2012 at 11:09 AM
Yes it would. You could even do it with the chocolate candies if your not a fudge person. Oh I can't wait for dd party in Feb. She wants me to combine lalaloopsy and ballet. This shall be interesting.


Quoting supermeof3:

These would be great for any holiday!   Little Christmas trees or stockings could be cute too!

Quoting chrarrington18:

Those are super cute. I want to try with the kids.



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supermeof3
by on Jul. 6, 2012 at 12:04 PM
Quoting chrarrington18:

Yes it would. You could even do it with the chocolate candies if your not a fudge person. Oh I can't wait for dd party in Feb. She wants me to combine lalaloopsy and ballet. This shall be interesting.


Quoting supermeof3:

These would be great for any holiday!   Little Christmas trees or stockings could be cute too!

Quoting chrarrington18:

Those are super cute. I want to try with the kids.



That sounds like a cute party!


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