Graduation Dessert: Candy Caps
With so many parties during graduation season, it's okay to want your party to stand apart from the rest. That's why this graduation dessert recipe for candy graduation caps is just for you! How will guests be able to resist these adorable little candy graduation candy caps made from peanut butter cups and chocolate pieces?
This graduation party dessert is really easy to make and require only a few ingredients. However, the effort will go a long way to impressing your guests. Once these candy caps are made, you can stick them in centerpieces, use them to decorate the cake, or pass them out during the party.
Unique dessert for graduation parties how-to:
- Sour candy belts (pieces cut apart - choose the color that matches the school colors)
- Bag of miniature Reece's peanut butter cups (wrappers removed after being chilled in the freezer)
- Lollipop sticks
- Melted candy coating
- Godiva chocolate squares
- Rainbow chip sprinkles (colors that match school colors)
- Styrofoam block
Place all the Reece's cups on a sheet of wax paper. Dip the ends of the lollipop sticks in candy coating and insert into the candy cups, about halfway. Draw a thin line of candy coating on top of each chocolate square and glue on a short piece of the sour candy belts and the rainbow chip of the same color. Once dry, use more candy coating to glue them to the top of Reece's cup and insert into a styrofoam block.
The other great thing about this graduation dessert idea is that they work for any graduation type! Preschool or kindergarden grads will love this dessert for graduation party, but high schoolers and college grads will too. You don't outgrow chocolate and peanut butter!
If you want to keep the graduation cap theme running through your party, send themed graduation party invitations!