Holiday Candy Bars

Good morning y’all!

The Christmas countdown continues with 8 days! This is when I start to get like realllllly excited. Like a little girl getting a unicorn excited!!!!!!

 Anyway, I’m sure some of you are still looking for super easy/super cheap ideas for gifts, deserts, fun projects, basically everything & I’m with ya, because the Christmas never stops. Never!! Okay, maybe on Dec. 26, but not a moment before.

Dress Up Candy Bars for a Homemade Look! Dip in white chocolate & cover in sprinkles for a festive gift!

I have this amazing secret to share. I hope you can handle it.

“Homemade” doesn’t have to be hard! These candy bars dipped in chocolate & sprinkles are considered homemade because you put that extra touch on them & take them out of the packing. People may even think you really made the entire candy bar yourself & that’s okay. Let them think whatever they want! You don’t even have to tell them otherwise. I would be delighted to receive a bunch of candy bars dipped in chocolate. Believe me.

Dress Up Candy Bars for a Homemade Look! Dip in white chocolate & cover in sprinkles for a festive gift!

To make some of your own pick out your favorite mini candy bars, white chocolate bark & sprinkles.

Dress Up Candy Bars for a Homemade Look! Dip in white chocolate & cover in sprinkles for a festive gift!

Unwrap all the candy bars & throw those wrappers away quick before anyone even sees them.

Dress Up Candy Bars for a Homemade Look! Dip in white chocolate & cover in sprinkles for a festive gift!

Feel free to put on an apron on this point, it will make you look like you’ve been slaving away on these babies.

Dress Up Candy Bars for a Homemade Look! Dip in white chocolate & cover in sprinkles for a festive gift!

Melt your chocolate in the microwave according to package directions & start dipping the candy bars in, one by one.

Dress Up Candy Bars for a Homemade Look! Dip in white chocolate & cover in sprinkles for a festive gift!

Line them up on wax paper to dry & cover up in festive sprinkles. Place in the fridge for them to set faster. Package them up in clear cellophane bags with curly ribbon & a tag.

You just made homemade Christmas gifts in half an hour. High-five yourself.

Dress Up Candy Bars for a Homemade Look! Dip in white chocolate & cover in sprinkles for a festive gift!

Extra points for serving them on my DIY candy cane tray- directions here.

Christmas Blessings Y’all!

Cathryne

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