Hungry Happenings: Reese's Peanut Butter Carrots

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Reese's Peanut Butter Carrots

Reese's Peanut Butter Carrots | HungryHappenings.com

I don't know why I love turning desserts into carrots at Easter.

Oh, who am I kidding, I just love dessert and even though I eat carrots almost every single day, I often dream, as I'm munching on them, that they are cheesecake or chocolate instead.

Today I'm transforming Reese's White Peanut Butter Fudge Eggs into carrots. 

Why you ask?

Why not?

When I saw them at the store I knew I had to make something fun using them and when I opened the package and saw the long skinny eggs, I envisioned them orange and with carrot tops. 

Didn't you?


Reese's Egg Candy Carrots | HungryHappenings.com

Reese's White Peanut Butter Carrots

You'll need:

Reese's White Peanut Butter Eggs
Orange spray food coloring (I used Wilton Color Mist)
green confectionery coating/Candy Melts

Instructions:

how to make Reese's Peanut Butter Carrots

Spray several coats of orange food coloring spray over the eggs, allowing each coat to dry before spraying the next. If the eggs get splotchy, take a paper towel and rub it over of the egg, then spray it again. You'll now have a nice coverage. Allow the eggs to dry for about an hour. 

Melt some green candy coating, pour it into a sqeeze-it mold painter or small zip top bag with the tip cut off, and pipe some carrot tops onto a parchment paper lined baking sheet. Set a now orange Reese's egg on top of the green stem. Freeze for 2-3 minutes, and you're done.


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7 comments:

  1. What a great idea to use the color mist. I haven't used that in such a long time.

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  2. You are a GENIUS!!! I never thought about spraying candy ... only used it on frosting! Thank you for sharing :)

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  3. This is a brilliant idea! I bet they taste amazing! I would love if you would stop by and share your recipe on this week Heavenly Achievements! Thanks! Hope to see you there!

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  4. Those are so cute. I will have to try to make some of them for Easter.

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  5. These are so awesome! I swear, I'd eat them ALL!

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  6. What a fun idea! I'm glad I found your site. Take Care! - Jillian, www.newsanchortohomemaker.com

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  7. These look great!
    I would love to have you hop over and share with us at Something Wonderful Wednesday!
    http://www.roubinek.net/something-fabulous-wednesday-10/

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