These are too cute not to share! Are you making any "holiday treats"
Red, White and Blue Fudge Stars (makes 18-24)
1/4 -2/3 cup red
optional, piping bag
striped straws or lollipop sticks
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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on Jul. 3, 2012 at 4:01 PM