This is the easiest trick for turning white chocolate into fun shapes and bars. Decorate with dried fruit, nuts or colorful sprinkles.
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Homemade candies are super special, but they often require really
fancy equipment to make them. I have a tip to
teach you how to make them without any special equipment.
[MUSIC] So, I've started by taking some white chocolate chips.
And I've just melted them at full power in the
microwave in 20 second intervals. You want it kind of
like this consistency. [MUSIC] Go ahead and scrape all the
white chocolate onto your parchment. My gosh. I kinda want
to drink this. There we go. Make sure you get
it all. And now I'm using an offset spatula. You
can also use a table knife. You're just spread it
into a quarter inch thick layer. Nice and easy. There
we go. And now the best part. The best part
is you get to customize your candies. So, because I
love rainbow sprinkles, I'm going to decorate them with that.
The higher you go the more even it is. It's
okay if you spill some because then you can just
eat them. Now you want to go ahead and let
the sheet of white chocolate set in a cool part
of the kitchen until it sets completely. The trick to
turning this sheet of white chocolate into individual candies are
cookie cutters. You just use the cutter to punch out
the chocolate. I can't wait any longer. I think I
deserve a little treat, so I'm going to go ahead
and eat one of my little mad genius white chocolate
candies [MUSIC] It's delicious, it's creamy, it's mad genius.