Crispy Crunch
"Chocolate That Goes Crunch"

Making a crispy crunch candy bar doesn't seem like much.

Well, until you realize there is a whole fan club out there ready to gobble up each and every piece you make.

I love Nestle® Crunch® bars so much, I just had to add this recipe to the mix.

Use your favorite chocolate to get the best flavor for you.

There are plenty of ways to quickly melt your chocolate or temper it to make crispy candy bars and crispy clusters.

Then, once melted, simply mold them for a great presentation!

For the Crispy Crunch candy discs like the ones you see in the picture of chocolate, I use the Smile mold with a candy cup of complimented size.

I make them this way because they fit my packaging layout. Making the inside of my box of chocolate candies look as great as the outside, is one of my favorite things to improve on..., constantly. You can get great ideas from places like this. Of course your imagination will top mine.

This mold offers a nice smile on one side of the candy with the familiar look of "crunch" on the other side.

Three-smile discs will fit nicely in the candy cup. It makes a perfect three-piece candy.

I think the best part is that the children's eyes light up when they realize they get three instead of one chocolate candy! Works on almost every child!

Kitchen Tools

  • Favorite Mold
  • 1-Tablespoon Ice Cream-Cookie Scoop (Spoon substitute)
  • 4 Cup Pyrex Measuring Cup
  • Spatula

Ingredients for Homemade Crispy Crunch Candy Bars

  • 1 Pound (2-cups melted) Chocolate (white, milk, or dark)
  • 1 Cup Rice Crispies

Directions

  • Melt the chocolate
  • Slowly add rice crispies, Stir gently into the melted chocolate.
  • Fill mold cavities

Filling Chocolate Mold Cavities

Now that you have the chocolate candy bar mixture here's how you can settle it into the cavities.

  • With both hands on each side of the mold, lift the entire mold with your fingertips about one-2 inches over the counter
  • Let the mold drop flat. This mixture is a relatively thick, so you can get away with doing this part rapidly.
  • Repeat as needed to settle the chocolate into the mold (4-5 times usually) to remove the air bubbles and get that nice uniform look.
  • cool for about 20 minutes, and then remove from the mold.

Makes about 40-50 nice bite sized chocolate crispy rice disc's using this type of mold.

What a great idea for chocolate candy gift ideas, and chocolates. Making chocolates or chocolate candy for gift ideas has never been easier!

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