Edible Candy Garden

SavvyMom July 13, 2016
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Makes 1 candy garden

You’ll Need

  • 2–4 cups green candy-coated chocolates or jelly beans
  • Assorted chocolate bunnies, chickens, eggs, carrots, etc.
  • Ribbon
  • Square or rectangular serving platter

Prep and Cook

  • 1
    Fill the platter with the green candy, completely covering the surface of the plate.
  • 2
    Place the bunnies, chickens and other chocolate pieces over the platter, creating a ‘garden.’
  • 3
    Embellish the bunnies with ribbon, if desired.

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