Chocolate candy recipes for kids are a great way to build relationships and store up memories.
Whether you prepare the recipes with the children or surprise them for special occasions you will instill in them a sense of being loved.
To this day, the kitchen seems to be the gathering place in my parents home. We have never had an overly large kitchen, in fact, it sometimes felt quite crowded!
Nevertheless, the kitchen has always been, and, I suspect, always will be the heart of our home.
I have lovely memories of learning to cook alongside my mother and sisters.
I still have to phone mom now and then to get the particular procedure for certain recipes. :)
It is never a good idea to overindulge in any area, but I believe it is important to have special times where treats are definitely on the agenda. (That's why they call them treats!)
If you have children of your own, don't pass up the wonderful opportunity to bind your hearts together with laughter and fun in the kitchen.
I can't think of a better idea than to indulge in a bit of candy making with these chocolate candy recipes for kids!
One of the easiest ways to make chocolate candy with kids is to use candy molds. There are so many different molds available in all different shapes and sizes.
You can find almost every sort of animal, sport, flower, letters, numbers, you name it!
Merckens makes specific colored candy melts that are so easy to use.
You'll also discover that colored food dyes are available by both Wilton and CK Products that you can use to create custom themes or color schemes.
It's a lot of fun to browse through the molds and supplies available at Candyland Crafts, and get started making fun candy creations with your own children.
But wait! If you do decide to try your hand with chocolate candy molds, read the tips on how to mold chocolate candy as that will help you avoid some common mistakes and get the best results.
Well, here they are so far. An adorable list of chocolate candy making recipes that children of all ages will love. Have fun!
I hope you really enjoy these chocolate candy recipes
for kids. Most of all, I hope that you will use them to build
wonderful memories with your children that will last a lifetime, for
both of you! :)
If you are like me and haven't been blessed with children of your own (you have my sincerest sympathies), don't feel left out! Find some children to share in these chocolate candy making recipes for kids.
I have 22 nieces and nephews (and counting!), as well as my Sunday School class, and children from Bible Club, etc. If you look around, I'm sure you will find some kids who would love to help you whip up a batch of goodies, or at least savor the delicious results!
I have been looking for creative ideas for candy making with children because I am hopelessly uncreative (is that a word???). I have found a couple clever ideas that I am passing on to you, but, when it comes to chocolate, MORE IS BETTER. Add yours in the form below!
What have you made for or with your children? Brag a little. We want in on all your secrets.
Maybe you saw something really cute at a party you attended. Describe it for us. If you've got a photo that's an even bigger plus. Tell your tale in the form below so we can all appreciate your ingenuity.
Did you have a disastrous flop? Confess! You are not alone and we can all laugh with you over the silly story. Come, on. Don't be shy!
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