Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits theaters on December 15, and yes, we've already bought our tickets for opening weekend. We're huge Star Wars fans at our house!
In celebration, Bounty is introducing new Star Wars prints Paper Towels and Quilted Napkins to make clean-up a little more more exciting.
Bounty asked me to come up with a fun Star Wars themed treat that could fit in with an upcoming Halloween party, so I made this easy (but messy, as you'll see!) Star Wars Chocolate Candy DIY.
I started with silicone Star Wars candy molds. For my Darth Vader candies, I melted black candy melts in the microwave in 30 second intervals, mixing after each interval.
To give my candies a Halloween touch, I added Halloween candy to the middle of them. To my Darth Vader chocolates, I added chocolate coated candy.
I made Yoda-shaped candies using green candy melts.
Things definitely got messy, but I had no worries because Bounty is always by my side at every food craft I make. :) Seriously, nothing is thicker or more absorbent than Bounty.
After I completed my molds, I put them in the fridge to harden.
Then I carefully popped them out. Since they're silicon molds, this was very easy to do.
And here they are! I think they turned out great! I'm going to take them to my daughter's Halloween party at school this year.
Don't these two Millennium Falcon-inspired candies look awesome next to each other?!
And I will be sure to bring along these Star Wars themed Quilted Napkins to the party, because I think they're so much fun.
Get your Star Wars Bounty Paper Towels and Quilted Napkins while supplies last, and stock up. My daughter is loving them so much, she will only use them sparingly. She's seriously trying to save them. :)
This post was sponsored by Bounty, but all ideas and opinions are mine. I really love Bounty. I use their products every day!