As the holidays approach there is only one thing we can think of (besides cuddling up fireside with our loved ones) and that’s food, food, and more food! With the impending schedule of gluttonous gatherings and holiday parties, you’re obviously going to need really amazing desserts. While we love classic pumpkin pie, gingerbread cookies and peppermint bark, this year you can add a little more spunk to your holiday dessert line up. Thanks to the overwhelming success (and addictive nature) of Candy Crush Saga, there are an array of themed dessert ideas that will surely have your guests laughing at the revelation that a large majority of the crowd is also secretly addicted to the hypnotic music and visually tantalizing mobile game.
The thing is, no one is safe from Candy Crush. People of all ages, all over the world are tapping away at their phones trying to reach the next level. And the best part is, we’re all hilariously in it together. Candy Crush has unified people in a way that few things can -which is why your Candy Crush desserts will be a huge hit at the party. Here are a few ideas that will have your guests delighted and playfully satisfied!
Candy Crush Color Bombs
Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 20 min
Chocolate dipped candies covered in sprinkles inspired by the popular Candy Crush Saga game.
- Whoppers Malt Ball candies
- Chocolate, melted
- Rainbow Non Pariels
- Hershey Kisses or Reese’s Cups (optional)
- Melt chocolate in microwave safe bowl.
- Using a fork, dip Whoppers one at a time into the chocolate and let excess drip off. Set onto parchment paper and spoon sprinkles over candies.
- Let dry completely.
- Repeat with Hershey Kisses or Reese’s Cups if desired.
Recipe from inkatrinaskitchen.com
Dylan’s Candy Bar Candy Crush Candies
No preparation needed! Available in Color Bombs, Jelly Fish, and Mixed Fruit Gummies.