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Fun Desserts Made with Favorite Easter Candy

Easter is certainly a sweet time of year. From chocolate rabbits and peanut butter eggs to a variety of unique and flavorful jelly beans, there’s no shortage of delicious treats. But did you know that Easter candy can also be used as an ingredient in some decadent desserts?

We’ve compiled a few of our favorites that we’re sure will be a big hit!

Carrot Cake with Reese’s Peanut Butter Chips
Raise your hand if you’re a fan of carrot cake. We thought so, which is why we picked this recipe as one of our faves. This easy-to-make-cake has only eight ingredients and is prepped and baked in under an hour. The addition of Reese’s Peanut Butter Chips really elevates a classic carrot cake to the next level.

Carrot Cake with Reese's Peanut Butter Chips

Carrot Cake with Reese’s Peanut Butter Chips

Get the recipe from Hershey’s here  and the ingredients from Blair Candy here:


Nested Easter Egg Cupcakes
Take your favorite cupcake recipe and turn it into something unique this Easter by adding some chocolate and everyone’s favorite – Cadbury Mini Eggs! This recipe from bakers royale shows how you can turn an ordinary cupcake into a fanciful nest made of chocolate that holds those delicious candy eggs.

Nested Easter Egg Cupcakes

Nested Easter Egg Cupcakes

Get the recipe from bakers royale here  and the ingredients from Blair Candy here:


PEEPs Flower Cake
If you’re ready to make everyone jealous of your dessert prowess, look no further! Eyes will be fixed on this Easter cake made with everyone’s favorite marshmallow treat – PEEPS. It starts off with a classic yellow cake and by adding some sweet indulgences as decorations, it’s transformed into a confectionary delight.

PEEPs Flower Cake

PEEPs Flower Cake

Get the recipe from PEEPS here  and the ingredients from Blair Candy here:


Bunny Bait Easter Crack
Here’s one you can make that everyone in your family will love. Bunny Bait Easter Crack is a take on a Christmas staple but reimagined for Peter Cottontail himself. Made with simple ingredients including popcorn, Chex cereal, pretzel sticks, chocolate, and M&Ms, this is a quick and simple treat you can whip up on the fly.

Bunny Bait Easter Crack

Bunny Bait Easter Crack

Get the recipe from My Incredible Recipes here  and the ingredients from Blair Candy here:


If you make one of these delicious desserts, be sure to let us know and share photos on our Facebook page.

Happy Baking!

Fun, Easy to Make Chocolate Christmas Tree Treats

The holidays are the perfect time of year to show off your creative skills – especially if you like spending time in the kitchen baking and making treats to share with friends, family, and co-workers.

Cookies, cupcakes, pies, and sweets make great gifts and always are always welcome in the office breakroom.  If you have children, making these treats together as a family activity can be the start of an annual holiday tradition.

One easy to make treat that’s fun for the whole family to make is Christmas Tree Pretzels. Like snowflakes, each one is unique and how you decorate each tree is up to you!

Photo credit: KitchenFunWithMy3Sons.com


Let’s dig into the recipe that can be found here at KitchenFunWithMy3Sons.com:

  • – 1 bag of mini pretzel sticks that you can pick up at any grocery store
  • – 1 bag of candy melts that we sell in red, green, brown and white
  • – 3-5 tbsp coconut oil
  • – 1 container of Christmas sprinkles or any sprinkle of your choice including these rainbow sprinkles we sell in bulk if you want to make a lot of these to give away as gifts
  • – 1 cookie sheet lined with parchment paper
  • – 1 squeeze bottle with a number 2 tip Sugarbelle line from Michaels

Once you gather all your ingredients, it’s time to have fun!

  • – Using a double boiler, melt the candy melts and coconut and mix until smooth
  • – Carefully scoop the melted candy melt into the decorating bottle
  • – Place about 10 pretzel sticks onto the parchment paper
  • – Using the squeeze bottle, pipe the details of a Christmas tree onto the pretzel
  • – Sprinkle some Christmas sprinkles onto the chocolate
  • – Allow to harden for 2 hours before carefully removing from parchment paper and enjoying!

The photos our friends at Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons posted show just how neat these treats are, but don’t worry if yours don’t look as perfect!  There’s nothing wrong with a Charlie Brown Christmas Tree the first time around! Plus, the best part about these treats is that you can make each one unique right down to the color since we have different colors of candy melts you can use.


Photo credit: KitchenFunWithMy3Sons.com


Here’s all the ingredients you can purchase right now from Blair Candy:


Chocolate Melting Wafers – Click image to purchase

Green candy melting wafers, click image to purchase


Red candy melting wafers, click image to purchase


White candy melting wafers, click image to purchase


Bulk rainbow sprinkles, click image to purchase

If you made some of these treats yourself, be sure to share pictures on our Facebook page!

Recipes You Can Make With Hershey Candy Bars

Chocolate Is Used in Many Desserts | BlairCandy.comDo you already have a bag of Halloween themed candy bars in your pantry? Not ready to put them out for the holiday? Don’t want to start eating them one by one, but really want to indulge in your favorite Hershey treat? Here’s a solution the whole family will love: Hershey Bar baked goods! Make a dessert with the candy bars in your pantry to either make room for the upcoming trick-or-treat haul or to snack without the guilt of breaking into Halloween candy before it’s time. Here are three recipes that we think everyone will enjoy before Halloween:

Loaded Candy Bar Brownies: Brownie mix and chopped up candy bars. How much easier can it get? What’s great is you can customize these to have as many or as little candy as you’d like and you can add any candy you’d like! See the recipe at the I Heart Nap Time blog here.

Chocolate Bark: This is a dessert that not only kids love, but adults will find themselves snacking on it more too! This is a great snack for potlucks and book club meetings during the Halloween months, because of how easy it is! See how it’s made on the Miss Candiquik blog here.

Candy Bar Trifle: If you really are looking to give people a sugar rush, this trifle is how to do it. Packed with layer upon layer of brownie, pudding, whipped topping, and candy pieces, it covers all of the sweet bases. Get the recipe at the Lil Luna blog here.

Candy Bar Fondue: This one takes a little more effort, however the payoff is completely delicious. Dip fruit, cake bits, and more into this delicious chocolate, caramel fondue for a memorable dessert. See what you need for this recipe on The Magical Slowcooker Blog here.

Stock up on all of the wholesale Hershey’s candy bars you need for recipes and Halloween at BlairCandy.com! We have a major selection on all of the full and fun sized treats you need for the holiday season. Shop now and start indulging in your favorite Hershey bars today!

New Recipes Using Reese’s Candy

Mini Reese's Peanut Butter Cups | BlairCandy.comHave you ever had a dessert with Reese’s candy that you didn’t love? We didn’t think so. Every day, we find more and more desserts including everyone’s favorite peanut butter candy. There’s too many to choose from, but here are four recipes that we definitely think are worth trying right now.

1. Frozen Peanut Butter Dessert Pizza. This cool treat is perfect for the hotter days of summer and early fall. See how to make it at The Recipe Rebel Blog here.
2. Peanut Butter Fluff. Everyone will be asking you for this recipe. Serve with your favorite dipping treats and watch the bowl disappear. See how to make this recipe on the Faxo blog here.
3. Blondies. A simple recipe that you know everyone will enjoy. Spice it up with some mini peanut butter cups and you’re set for the next potluck. See how they’re made on the American Heritage Cooking Blog here.
4. Reese’s Banana Pudding. A chocolate lover’s dream. This decadent treat involves a lot of chocolate, bananas, and Reese’s candy. Check out how this recipe comes together on Delish here.

Stay tuned for more Reese’s candy recipes! If you can’t get enough Reese’s, find your favorites today at BlairCandy.com.

A Recipe for Jolly Rancher Candy Apples

Fall is right around the corner and that has us thinking about candy apples! Candy apples are a delicious treat that are perfect for serving up at parties or for enjoying after a favorite fall activity, whether it’s pumpkin picking or jumping in leaf piles! Here’s how to make your very own candy apple at home using Jolly Ranchers candy.

Fresh Apples to Make Candy Apples

Measure out 2 ½ ish cups of your favorite unwrapped Jolly Rancher candies. You can blend together two flavors or stick to a single flavor – your choice! Just keep in mind that the flavors will affect the color of the candy coating. Make sure you have enough by ordering bulk Jolly Ranchers from us!

Take 4 apples (Granny Smith or Red Delicious work great!) and stick 4 pointed popsicle sticks or skewers into the top of each apple.

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and prepare a medium, oven-safe pot. Place the unwrapped Jolly Ranchers into the pot and then place in the oven to heat until it’s fully liquid, about 10 minutes. Do not stir unless necessary as it’ll introduce air bubbles into the candy liquid and that will result in bubbly candy coatings. Make sure it’s removed from the heat before it starts to bubble. Place pot on top of the stove or on a clean, heat-safe work surface.

Take the skewered apples and dip each apple quickly into the candy mixture and then pull it out of the mixture, letting it drip over the pot for about 30 seconds. Place the apples on a baking sheet lined with waxed paper. Let cool completely until the apples reach room temperature. Enjoy!

At Blair Candy, we’ll make sure you have enough Jolly Ranchers on hand for your candy apple project, so make sure to shop for bulk Jolly Ranchers with us to save!

Easy Spring Desserts

Spring means light, fun desserts while you enjoy the company of those you love. There are plenty of easy treats you can make using fruit and candy in bulk that everyone will love. Here are a few ideas to get you started:

Ice Cream with Strawberries | BlairCandy.com Easy Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream – No machine is required for this delicious ice cream treat. What’s great is you can add toppings to your tastes when you make your own ice cream. May we recommend sprinkles, chocolate chips, and maybe even some strawberry gummy candy if you’re feeling adventurous! See this recipe by Life in the Lofthouse here.

Spring Cake Mix Cookies – These cookies are delicious, especially when you need a dessert in a pinch. Add some spring colored chocolate candies to a box of yellow cake mix and prepare! See the rest of the recipe on Meatloaf and Melodrama here.

Coconut Macaroon Nests – Have leftover jelly beans or egg-shaped candies from Easter? They’ll be extra cute in these nests! A simple coconut macaroon recipe, just with adorable candies to spice things up. See the recipe on Inspired by Charm here.

What are you going to try? Stock up on all of the candy in bulk you need to make kitchen magic at BlairCandy.com today!

Create Fun Springtime Party Favors with Classic Just Born Candies

Peeps Marshmallow Candy | BlairCandy.comWe already love eating the tasty candy treats that come around every Easter. If you’re having an Easter party or springtime dinner with your family and friends, impress them with these fun party favors using classic Just Born candy.

Jelly Bean Carrots

When have you ever experienced springtime without jelly beans? These brightly-colored sweets are easy to make into a carrot-shaped favor if you pour them into a triangle bag. Tie them off with green string and your party will soon be hopping!

A Game & A Favor in One!

You can also hold some friendly springtime competition by pouring jelly beans into a jar. Have your party-goers guess how many jellybeans are in the jar, and the closest number wins the whole batch! Just Born has a number of flavors to choose from like their fruit mix, spice mix, and black licorice. Have guests fill their own treat bags from the jar as a favor if the winner cares to share!

Peep S’mores

Just Born is also known for their Marshmallow Peeps, another Easter candy tradition. These candies can be used to adorn any spring cake. Or, keep those curious tummies at bay until dinner is ready with Peep s’mores! Pair these candies with graham crackers and chocolate in a favor bag, and you’ll have a perfect treat to share with guests

How will you be celebrating springtime with some of these Just Born candy favorites?

Easter Desserts Everyone will Love!

Easter is almost here and while the kids will be snacking on the treats from their Easter baskets, the adults will be looking for a sweet treat as well. Avoid having accusations of theft from baskets and be sure to have something sweet on hand. Here are four ideas that adults will love and that kids will want in on too:

Desserts Using Bulk Easter Candy | BlairCandy.com

Brownie Nests: Use a few festive Whoppers or Cadbury Mini eggs for these Brownie Nests. They are super simple to make and include everyone’s favorite flavor: chocolate! Check out how to make them on the blog Kid Friendly Things to Do here.

Peeps Easter Garden Cake: If you enjoy decorating, especially for Easter, then you will really love this cake. Made with Peeps, icing, and crushed cookie, this spring garden cake really comes alive. See how it’s made on the Betty Crocker blog here.

Peeps Trifle: Speaking of Peeps, if you’re looking to break out your trifle dish, this is the recipe to do it with! This trifle features colorful cake, cream, and Peeps galore! See the recipe on the Shake and Bake Party blog here.

Easter Oreo Bark: A surefire dessert that adults of all ages will love is a chocolate bark. Use spring candies like pastel M&M’s and sprinkles, along with crushed Oreo to make this deliciously simple treat. Learn how to make it on the Lil Luna blog here.

Visit BlairCandy.com to get all of the bulk Easter candy you need for baskets, decorating, and desserts today!

Ways to Use Bulk Holiday Candy

Jar with Candy | BlairCandy.com

Is your family particular about their candy? Have they eaten through their Christmas and Valentine’s Candy, and now your pantry is taken up by things they’ll never eat? If you have bulk holiday candy and you’re ready to get rid of it to make room for your family’s favorites, here are three ways you can without it going to waste:

Share It: Every office has a candy dish. Put a dish in the break room and fill it with the unopened candy. Or, if you’re ok with visitors at your desk, bring a pretty dish to work and keep it stocked. Everyone has a sweet tooth, so you’ll be able to get rid of the surplus in a snap. Fair warning though, you may be expected to keep up with the dish once your original candy is gone!

Make Something Sweet: Speaking of the office, need something for the next potluck? There are tons of dessert recipes that use candy as an ingredient! This is a great way to get rid of candy and bring a show-stopping dessert to a school event, book club, or to a neighborhood party.

Donate It: Don’t want to fuss with baking or bringing candy to work? You can donate your candy! There are tons of organizations that will gladly accept your unopened candy. Check out this blog post from Mommy Poppins on organizations that will take your candy or on how you can donate it to your local community!

When you’ve gotten rid of that candy and are looking for something sweet your family will love, visit us at BlairCandy.com. We have plenty of treats that everyone will love and won’t sit in your pantry!

Recipes You Can Make with Sixlets Candy

Box of Sixlets Candy | BlairCandy.com

Sixlets Candy is a classic chocolate treat that candy lovers of all ages enjoy. What’s great about Sixlets is they come in a huge variety of colors, making them great for events and holidays. Check out these versatile recipes you can customize for the occasion and one recipe that is just plain fun!

Movie night won’t be the same with this White Chocolate Popcorn Recipe. Not only is it great for a family night, but also great for the holiday season and as a snack mix for parties. See how to make it on The 39th Avenue Blog here.

Funfetti is always a great choice for birthdays! This funfetti cake batter fudge is also great for Easter because of its bright, eye catching colors. See the recipe on the Lady Behind the Curtain blog here.

Who doesn’t love a chewy cookie with candy in it? Grab your favorite color combination of Sixlets and make these Jumbo Sixlets Cookies. See how they’re made on the Love & Olive Oil Blog here.

Finally, this is more of an awesome idea, rather than a recipe for using Sixlets in your baked goods. Have a kiddo that loves jumping in the ball pit? Surprise them with this ball pit cake! Get a mix or yellow, orange, red, blue, and green primary colored Sixlets and make this adorable cake. See how it’s made on Cake Central here.

There are plenty of new and exciting ways you can use Sixlets in your recipes! Grab a bag of your favorite color Sixlets candy today by visiting us at BlairCandy.com.

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