It's Easter candy season! And since I'm on a big DIY junk food binge, I'm making a list of the things I want to try:
Pies (or just eat this stuff as pudding):
Chocolate marshmallow pie
Peanutbutter marshmallow pie
Nutella marshmallow pie
Or swirled pie with more than one flavor of marshmallow cream filling...
Chocolate bunnies (this is where the whole Easter Candy tradition started--cheaper to make than buy chocolate bunnies, and a whole lot more fun)
Candy fillings for chocolates:
peanut butter and marshmallows
caramel and marshmallows
dulce de leche (since I made some by accident)
graham crackers and marshmallows
graham crackers, marshmallows, and peanut butter
graham crackers, marshmallows, and caramel
cherry with vanilla cream
And what Tim proposed: No bake cookies made from graham crackers, caramel balls, marshmallows, and chocolate
And I'm trying to figure out an easy and quick way to coat the candies with chocolate. It's always a pain to do them one at a time on a fork. I probably should just give in and buy some molds. Then I could make some goopier fillings, too.
I also need to remember to buy some milk chocolate chips. They're more expensive, but often the semi-sweet chips are too strong of a dark chocolate flavor for the fillings (like for caramel).
Given that I've been going overboard with treats lately, I likely will try all of these. But I'm trying to convince myself to work in SMALL batches. Like divide one batch of filling into four different flavors instead of making four batches of filling.
I'm excited, though, because I finally made a perfect batch of sweetened condensed milk, and I remembered to buy a bunch of powdered sugar, so I have plenty to make into fillings for my chocolates!