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Delilicious: Easy to Make Chocolate Easter Lollipops

Here comes a chocolate Peter Cottontail! Get a jump start on your Easter dinner centerpiece and dessert by creating chocolate lollipops using a simple candy mold.

While the lollipops seem detailed, all you need is the pattern, chocolate to melt and lollipop sticks. You melt the chocolate using a double boiler, and then pour it into the mold and slide the stick into the bottom.

My first try turned out a little rough around the edges, but the lollipops make a cute addition to my Spring garden bouquet.

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lickety-split lickety-split 6 years
i just did a variation on this yesterday, w/o the stick. good thing i'm getting some practicing in before easter, lol. guess it get eaiser as you go. i actually got the "melts" from michale's and melted them in the microwave rather than a double boiler.
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