So with a load of Dancing Deer brownies, cookies, and cake, it’s easy to think about only doing desserts. I mean, that’s what brownies, cookies, and cake is good for, right? However, there’s no reason we can’t make them into a snack, albeit a sugary one. That’s why we’re making:
White Chocolate Cookie Candy
So there is good news and bad news with candy making. The good news is that it is de-licious. The bad news is that, sometimes, it takes a few steps. And it almost always takes time. Time you could be eating candy. The good news is you won’t need the entire bag of Dancing Deer cookies so you can always munch on some of them while you wait for the candy to set.
How many other candy recipes can you say that about?
Making the White Chocolate Candy
So rather than being overly difficult, this recipe is just time consuming. You will be melting chocolate and then allowing it to set, which should take about 4 hours. Still, like I said, there are always the extra cookies…
You will need:
- 4 Dancing Deer Chocolate Tangerine cookies
- 8 ounces melting white chocolate
- 2 tablespoons butter + butter to grease a cookie sheet
- (optional) Sprinkles
Crumble the cookies into very small bits.
Put the melting chocolate and butter into a bowl and microwave it for 30 seconds. Stir and microwave for another 15 seconds. Continue stiring and microwaving until the chocolate is completely melted.
Once the chocolate is melted, add the cookie crumbs and gently fold them into the chocolate. Pour on to a greased cookie sheet, optionally cover with sprinkles, and put in the refrigerator. Let the candy set for at least 4 hours, but preferrably overnight.
Break apart and enjoy!
You don’t have to use Dancing Deer chocolate tangerine cookies, but I would definitely use something with a little flavor to it. Nothing against the Dancing Deer shortbread cookies, but they won’t add much to the party. The Dancing Deer molasses spice cookies, Dancing Deer monster cookies, or Dancing Deer sugar cane lime cookies are all good alternatives.
And Now For Some Indigestion
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Thanks to MonkeySimon for the picture.