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White Chocolate Spring Candy Pops

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White chocolate spring candy pops are perfect to use as a dessert centerpiece or to tuck into an Easter basket.

This post is sponsored in conjunction with #SpringSweetsWeek. I received product samples from sponsor companies to help in the creation of recipes. All opinions are mine.

White chocolate spring candy pops are a festive treat to welcome the season.

These easy and adorable white chocolate spring candy pops not only look good but taste good. In the last few years, I’ve found I really enjoy white chocolate. I’m using it more in recipes, like my white chocolate orange pecan scones and winter white hot chocolate to name a few. I choose to use a good white chocolate for a couple of reasons. First, taste and second, a better quality melts better. Trust me on the last part.

Get kids in the kitchen to help make these candy pops. They will have a great time swirling the colors.

I have made candies and bark with strictly candy melts but I really think taste is sacrificed. Plus I think that it’s just too sweet. I prefer to use that good white chocolate and swirl in colored candy melts. Get kids in the kitchen to help make these candy pops. They will have a great time swirling the colors. My teenage boys had fun knowing they could indulge after the photo shoot.

White chocolate spring candy pops are a festive treat to welcome the season.

Let’s talk about the cute sprinkles. They are from sponsor Sprinkle Pop. This mixture is called Egg Hunt Sprinkle Mix. The company offers free shipping on US orders and no minimum order. The sprinkle mixes have a long shelf life and are manufactured in the US. My brown sugar pecan Christmas tree cookies use Sprinkle Pop sprinkles too.

White chocolate spring candy pops are a festive treat to welcome the season. Wrap them up for Easter baskets or party favors.

These sweet spring candy pops would be a great addition to any Easter celebration. Wrap them up individually for Easter baskets, for a school party treat or as a favor for a spring luncheon with friends.

White chocolate spring candy pops are a festive treat to welcome the season.

White Chocolate Spring Candy Pops

Yield: 6 - 3-inch pops
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

Spring is in the air and these white chocolate spring candy pops are a great way to celebrate. Easy to make and fun for the kids to help.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Melt white chocolate chips according to package directions.
  2. Place each of the candy melt colors in a separate, microwave safe bowl. Microwave according to package directions.
  3. Place a piece of wax paper on a baking sheet or the counter. Using a spoon make a 3" circle of white chocolate. Place a candy stick about ¼ of the way into the white chocolate and add a bit more white chocolate over the stick to secure it.
  4. Working quickly, drop a bit of each color over the white chocolate and, using a toothpick, swirl the colors. Quickly sprinkle the Sprinkle Pop Egg Hunt Sprinkle Mix.
  5. Allow to set, at room temperature, before enjoying. Store in covered container or gently wrap in foil.

Notes

It's best to make one at a time. If candy melts harden, microwave a few seconds and stir.

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Cheese Curd In Paradise

Tuesday 2nd of April 2019

How cute are these for a basket suffer for Easter! A little wrap and a bow would make these such a fun addition to the baskets.

Terri Steffes

Monday 1st of April 2019

Those lollipops will be a bit hit wherever you go!

Valentina | The Baking Fairy

Monday 1st of April 2019

This is such a fun & easy idea! I totally agree about using only candy melts - their flavor is not nearly as good as when you use real chocolate!

Lisa Kerhin

Monday 1st of April 2019

I love those sprinkles and these pops would be super cute in Easter baskets

kallee

Monday 1st of April 2019

So fun and easy. I definitely agree about getting good white chocolate. The taste and ease of working with it is so much better.

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