Sunday, July 3, 2016

Red, White and Blue Shooting Stars / #SundaySupper

If you are still thinking about making some simple treats for your 4th of July celebration, these Red, White and Blue Shooting Stars are your answer! They are easy to put together and they take very little time! Plus they have a little "pop" to them. Pop rocks! Just a little something to put some sizzle in your celebration!



Red, White and Blue Shooting Stars
(printable recipes)

Red, White, Blue Candy Melts
Star Shaped Lollipop Mold
Pop Rocks
Candy Sticks
Red,White and Blue Sprinkles 



Melt the candy melts on the stove. Place each color in its own double boiler, and on low heat, stir the candy as it melts.
Place pop rocks into the stars in the mold. I made some without the pop rocks too.
Fill each mold with the candy melts, covering the pop rocks. Do this with all three of the colors. Use a toothpick to make sure that the points of the stars are filled, and that there are no air bubbles. Let molds completely dry. Refrigerate for quicker set up time.
Once the molds have completely set, remove the lollipops from the mold. Drizzle all three colors over the lollipops. Add the sprinkles to the lollipops while the drizzle is still wet.
Display the lollipops, or wrap in plastic bags as take-home treats.
Enjoy!
Have a Happy 4th of July!

Thank you to Cindy from Cindy's Recipes and Writings for hosting this fun and patriotic event! Scroll down to check out all of the Easy to Make 4th of July Recipes from Sunday Supper members!


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17 comments:

  1. So creative! I'd love to see someone's reaction when they bite into one!

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    1. Thanks Cindy! I had a few people try them without telling them about the pop rocks, and they immediately knew what they were, and they loved them! It was fun to watch! :)

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  2. These are SO fun! Love that you added pop rocks :)

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    1. Thanks Liz! The pop rocks made them taste fun! (if that is a thing!)

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  3. Really cute and festive. I bet the kids go crazy for them!

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  4. I am a candy junkie and homemade candy sound soooooooo good!

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  5. How cute and perfect! Thanks for sharing! Pam @ Everyday Living

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  6. Love the use of Pop Rocks! I hope you had a great 4th.

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  10. These look so amazing and scrumptious, I am making these for me and my family today only.
    Hope they look and taste like the real ones only
    Fingers crossed
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