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Thursday
Jun052014

A (BERRY SWEET) GRADUATION TREAT

Sweet and Simple!  Whip up a fun and easy surprise for your little graduates to enjoy before (or after) they head off to walk on stage to receive their diplomas!  Preschool and kindergarten graduations are that much sweeter with this little berry served-up celebration style!

It's as easy as A-B-C  and 1-2-3!  Well, almost!

WHAT YOU WILL NEED~

Strawberry, Rolos Candy, Chocolate Square (Cadbury works well), Twizzler, Small tube of icing

1.  Wash and DRY the strawberry.

2.  Cut the bottom of the berry to make the base so that it will stand.

3.  Add candy eyes using a dot of icing on the back of the candy eyes.  Attach and hold in place to dry.  You may have to wait a few minutes for the eyes to adhere.  Be sure the berry is dry!

4.  While the eyes set, make a graduation cap using a Rolo and a chocolate square.  I used Cadbury chocolate to get a true square.  Use the Twizzler laces and cut a small piece in the color of your choice.  Use a small amount of icing to secure the pieces of the cap together.

EASY- YUMMY- AND FUN!

HAPPY GRADUATION, AND CONGRATS TO ALL OF THE LITTLE GRADUATES!!

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