Royal Blue Candy Melts Candy
Wilton Candy Melts candy makes it deliciously easy to add vanilla-flavored candy to desserts, snacks and more. Whether you melt it in the microwave, double-boiler or the Candy Melts Melting Pot, the melted candy is perfect for using to make candies in a candy mold. Or, dip treats in melted candy, drizzle melted candy over desserts or pipe melted candy from a Candy Melts Decorating Bag. You can even change the flavor of the creamy vanilla (artificial) flavored candy wafers using our Candy Flavoring Set. No matter what you want coated or decorated with candy, the Candy Melts make it easy. Package instructions walk you through the melting process for success every time. Vibrant royal blue candy lets you make treats in team colors and are great for colorful summer treats. No matter whether you're making dipped strawberries, pretzels, cookies or other treats, Candy Melts candy makes it easier. Made on equipment that also processes peanuts.
- Vanilla-flavored candy
- Melts in microwave, double-boiler or Candy Melts Melting Pot
This product is susceptible to warm temperatures, it can melt in transit if subjected to warm temperatures. It is still usable, but may not arrive in original shape.
Ideas With This Product
Here?s a blowout idea for the birthday party! Give everyone a marshmallow birthday cake on a stick, including a dipped candy candle on top. Make them with easy-to-melt Candy Melts® candy, including the new Limited Edition Birthday Cake flavor with colorful confetti!
These crunchy party treats will knock their goggles off! Dip pretzel rods in Candy Melts Candy and add Minions Icing Decorations for the most mischievous munchables you could make.
The trendsetting ombre look comes to cookies! Create various shades of your favorite colors of Candy Melts Candy and dip cookies in a light-to-dark pattern.
During the game, everyone will be huddling up to snack on these sweet and salty treats! An almond football goes over the middle of a pretzel ring, with easy-melting Wilton Candy Melts filling the gap in your favorite team colors (we went with blue and orange here).