Let me start this off by saying that I didn’t set out to make chicken pops. It just sort of happened.
See, I’m making caramel candies for Christmas gifts and so I set out to find a local candy supply store — which I did, the awesome old school Decorette Shop.
I knew it was going to be bad when I walked in and got giddy. I mean, look at all the fun stuff in there. A million crazy cupcake and cake molds.
Aisles and aisels of baking goodies and supplies.
Chocolate of all colors and kinds.
Super cute teensy weensy sugar creations.
And then I went upstairs and it was over. They had a gazillion kinds of candy molds.
That’s when I spotted it — a chicken pop mold. I had to have it. You understand, don’t you?
Well, anyway, I brought it home and went to work. Super easy, by the way. And yummy — since it’s solid chocolate. Here are all the supplies I needed — some melting chocolate, food coloring, paint brushes and lollipop sticks.
You just whip up the colored chocolate (white chocolate + food coloring) and go to work.
And how’d they turn out, you ask?
Hysterical. Check ’em out. Bawk! Bawk!