Easy candy recipes for kids; This easy chocolate candy recipes is tasty and a great treat to make with kids!
I love seeing what new and fun recipes my sister comes up with, and this month’s recipe has been making me drool! When I first looked at the photos, my son remarked about how delicious this candy looked.
And I agreed. Over to you, Em!
If you’re the kind of baker who has a collection of no-bake recipes because you sort of hate baking, then boy have I got a recipe for you!
These no-bake chocolate squares are just the kind of non-baking that THIS baker can really get behind. With recipes this easy, I could bake (or not bake) all week long and still find new recipes to not bake with.
Loosely speaking, today’s entry is a really delicious and incredibly simple “recipe” sort of like how I’m a really talented and motivated “baker”.
But seriously, if I’m going to spend all of about five seconds devouring these things, then how much time do I really want to spend making and them? The work to reward ratio needs to maintain balance (all things in moderation) and since this recipe literally melts in your mouth, you might say I had a lot to live up to on this one.
Note aforementioned talent and incredible motivation.
If I’m being completely honest, I really just didn’t want to turn on my oven. Living in an upstairs apartment without air conditioning in the summertime stifles my desire to introduce any heat into my life.
Unlike Jen, who disgustingly loves summer, I hate this time of year for an enormous variety of reasons. Topping that list is that my distaste for looking at people who dress for the body they want instead of the body they have.
Now that summer is winding down and I’ve spent months observing this gruesome display of self-unawareness, I think I’m finally ready to start my summer diet (which isn’t so much a diet as it is a two-part strategy to make everyone around me fatter on all the entries I submit to this blog).
Want more? Check out these easy, low-ingredient treats!
- 10 oz. bittersweet chocolate
- 5 oz. white chocolate
- 3 tablespoons peanut butter
- In a pan on low heat, melt the bittersweet chocolate and peanut butter together until smooth.
- In a separate pan over low heat, melt the white chocolate.
- Pour Peanut Butter mixture into a 9 x 9 brownie pan lines with parchment paper. Pour white chocolate over the top and swirl together in the brownie pan.
- Refrigerate overnight, then cut into squares.