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Easy Chocolate Rose

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Easy to make chocolate roses using store bought chewy candy. Great as a gift!

Ingredients

  • 3 pieces Chewy Candy Such As Tootsie Rolls Or Starburst

Preparation

Cut candy into small pieces and smoosh and knead to soften. Roll into a ball, then press into a petal shape. You’ll need a total of 10-12 petals. Roll the first petal tightly to resemble the center of a rose. Then add the remaining petals, one-by-on, in a concentric fashion, until you have a candy rose. Excess candy can be pinched off the bottom of the finished rose. Have fun playing and experimenting until you have a nice collection of candy roses.

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Marie @ My Culinary Calling on 6.18.2010

crazyyy

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bigkimm on 4.27.2010

I can’t wait to try these!

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The Sugar Tree on 5.18.2010

Such a great idea! I made mine with Starburst. They weren’t overly soft, so it was a little harder to work with, but the end result is perfect! Can’t wait to try the Tootsie Rolls next! Thanks!

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