Can you believe it is already April!
Wow! I feel like this year is flying by at warp speed! I read a book recently that said that the days are long and the years are short. I am definitely feeling that way this year. I keep reminding myself to stop and smell the roses.
One of my goals this year is to make more holiday inspired desserts and treats. For Easter I made these super cute Easter Fudge bars! I couldn't stop at just one flavor so I made Pink Lemonade Fudge and Key Lime Fudge.
This is the first time I have ever used a Spring Bark Mold or really any mold for fudge. I wasn't sure if they were going to turn out how I hoped they would. I am so happy with how they turned out that now I keep thinking of more things to make with the cute mold.
Are you ready to see the cute Easter fudge I came up with....
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Here is how I made the Super Cute Easter Fudge.
Tools - Good Cook Spring Bark Mold
1 package Almond Bark
1 tub of Key Lime or Pink Lemonade Icing
1 bag of white chips
1. Melt Almond Bark according to package directions
Tip ~ I put the Almond Bark in a resealable glass jar so I can easily pour from it. I can also store any extras that I do not use for another project without worrying about it sitting out in the open.
2. Pour Almond Bark into the Good Cook Spring Bark Mold
I used a spatula to spread the bark around the mold for even coverage. Let the bark sit until it is firm.
3. Place white chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl and microwave for 90 seconds, stir and then microwave in 15 second intervals until melted completely
4. Add the icing flavor you are using to the melted white chocolate chips and stir until completely combined
5. Spread the icing mixture over the Almond Bark until the bark mold is filled evenly.
6. Place in the fridge until the icing mixture is solid
7. Unmold your fudge and serve. The Spring Bark Mold makes it really easy to cut your fudge into pieces.
For the second set I made I added in sprinkles to the mold.
The sprinkles worked great when spread out or when I covered the mold in one color.