You can still partake in the “mine’s bigger than yours” wishbone tradition without taking a day to roast a turkey. And bonus, you can make a bunch of these, so more than two people can play. And extra bonus, they are made of chocolate. Chocolate wish bones.
Because I’m sure you’re curious as to my train of thought, I spotted these plates at West Elm and immediately thought “chocolate wishbone.” Isn’t that what you think when you see them? These are super duper easy to make. They take mere seconds. Minutes if you count the microwave time.
you will need:*
*Use white chocolate chips or candy melts. Find candy melts and the disposable decorating bags in the craft store.
Pour some candy melts in a disposable decorating bag (about half full). Microwave the bag at 50 percent power for 90 seconds. Massage the candy melts and continue to microwave at 50 percent power for 30 second intervals until the candy is almost melted, then massage the bag to fully melt. Snip the tip off the bag and pipe wishbone shapes on the wax paper. Let set in the fridge a couple hours.
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