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Star Wars Candy

Star Wars Candy

Star Wars Candy is a fun addition to the Star Wars Dinner Party menu. I have continued to experiment with the Star Wars silicone molds that I purchased and have found them to work very well with chocolate. I used both white chocolate chips and milk chocolate chips for this variety of candy. For Yoda, I tinted the white chocolate with a little green food coloring. I used candy melts for the red and blue accents on R2-D2, the X-wing fighter and the Millennium Falcon.

Darth Vader is a solid milk chocolate and the Storm troopers are solid white chocolate with milk chocolate accents for the helmet. I found these great plastic light sabers I thought were perfect with the candies.

We really had fun both making the chocolate and eating the Star Wars Candy. I hope you will enjoy these as well.

Star Wars Candy Recipe

Yield: 12 candies

Star Wars Candy

Star Wars Candy
Solid milk chocolate and white chocolate candy with colored accents
Prep Time 10 minutes
Freeze Time 10 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes

Ingredients

  • 12 oz white chocolate chips
  • 12 oz milk chocolate chips
  • candy melts, red
  • candy melts, royal blue
  • green food color

Instructions

  1. R2-D2: Melt four discs of red candy melts and accent the light on R2. Melt 4-6 discs of royal blue candy melts and accent the front of R2 using a toothpick. Freeze for 10 minutes. Melt white chocolate chips and fill the molds level with the top. Tap the mold a few times on the counter to settle the chocolate and remove any air pockets. Freeze until set.
  2. X-wing Fighter: Melt 6-10 royal blue candy melts. Fill half the X-wing mold with the blue candy. Tap the mold a few times on the counter to settle the chocolate and remove any air pockets. Freeze 10 minutes. Melt white chocolate chips and fill the remainder of the mold for each X-wing fighter. Tap the mold a few times on the counter to settle the chocolate and remove any air pockets. Freeze until set.
  3. Yoda: Melt white chocolate chips and then add a couple of drops of green food color and stir. Continue to add color until you are happy with the result. Fill the molds level with the top. Tap the mold a few times on the counter to settle the chocolate and remove any air pockets. Freeze until set.
  4. Storm Trooper: Melt ¼ cup milk chocolate and accent the storm trooper mask using a toothpick. Freeze 10 minutes. Melt white chocolate chips and fill the remainder of the mold for each Storm Trooper. Tap the mold a few times on the counter to settle the chocolate and remove any air pockets. Freeze until set.
  5. Millennium Falcon: Melt four discs of red candy melts and accent the mold as desired using a toothpick. Freeze for 10 minutes. Melt milk chocolate chips and fill the mold level with the top. Tap the mold a few times on the counter to settle the chocolate and remove any air pockets. Freeze until set.
  6. Darth Vader: Melt milk chocolate chips and fill the mold level with the top. Tap the mold a few times on the counter to settle the chocolate and remove any air pockets. Freeze until set.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

12

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 308 Total Fat: 18g Saturated Fat: 11g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 5g Cholesterol: 12mg Sodium: 48mg Carbohydrates: 35g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 32g Protein: 4g
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Star Wars Candy
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