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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Denver Bronco Candy Bark

Denver Bronco Candy Bark. An orange colored white chocolate candy bark with white and navy blue chocolate candy pieces.  YUMMY! And great for cheering on the Broncos #Broncos #Candy #SuperBowl
I admit, I love to watch football.  If I'd  lived in a school that had football, I'm sure I would have played.  As it was, I lived vicariously through my brothers and through my college football team.

I admit, I'm more of a college football lover, than Pro football.  I think somewhere between college and pro, the players lose something that gives the game the fun aspect.  Once you're pro, it's all about the money it seems.  I know there are a few exceptions, but it's always put me off.

But I live in Bronco country now.  So when the Denver Broncos had such a great season, I started watching and rooting for them.  Now we are headed for the Super Bowl and what could be more fun than creating a bunch of treats to celebrate with?

Today I made a yummy, and easy, candy bark with the Denver Bronco colors that will be perfect for enjoying on Super Bowl Sunday.

How to Melt White Chocolate
I started with a few bags of Orange Candy Melts .  Melt the chocolate in a microwave safe bowl  at fifty percent power.  Do it in short minute increments so you don't burn the chocolate.

Make White Chocolate Candy Bark with M&MS
Add a cup of white and navy blue candy pieces, like M&Ms to the chocolate and mix.  (Add more pieces if you are making more than 12 ounces of chocolate.)

How to Make White Chocolate Candy Bark
Line a small baking sheet (with sides) using parchment paper.  Be sure not to skip this step because your chocolate will stick to the metal pan if you don't and be impossible to remove.

Use a spoon or a spatula to spread the chocolate into a 1/4 inch thickness.

Dessert Recipe for the Super Bowl
Add a handful of blue and white M&Ms to the top of the orange chocolate candy bark.  Pop the candy into the refrigerator for about 15 minutes, or until it's firm.

Denver Bronco Candy Bark Recipe
Once the candy bark is firm, pull it out and break it into pieces.  Be sure to put some aside for Super Bowl Sunday and cheer on the Denver Broncos.

If you're more of a Seahawks fan, you can make some Seahawk Candy Bark the same way using Dark Green Candy Melts and Blue and Silver (for the Grey) MandM candies.

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