Hooray! Time for college football!
I love fall–the back to school and eventual changing of the leaves. Nothing says fall in the South like a good college football game.
Last year I bought these fancy Jell-O molds.
The shaped jello was a huge hit.
Today, while awaiting the start of the Razorback game, I decided to conduct a little experiment: how would candy melts do in my jello mold?
The result: GREAT!
I had just a few red candy melts in my pantry-12 to be exact.
After heating the melts in a baggie in the microwave, I was able to cover 9 razorback wells.
I put the red candy in the pan then whacked in on the counter several times to get it to settle into all the cracks and eliminate bubbles.
You can see that the red part is not very thick. I used vanilla almond bark to fill in the rest of the mold. Since red and white are the Razorbacks colors, this worked great!
Remember to whack the mold on the counter again for the second color, if you use a second color.
I was a little scared to try to get the candy OUT of the mold.
When I first tried to pop them out nothing happened. So, I stuck the pan in the freezer for a couple of minutes. They came out without any problems. I did not grease the mold.
These would be ADORABLE on top of cupcakes!
You can get other college molds here.
Have fun with these adorably delicious treats!
Wooo, Pig, Sooiee!