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Now you'll find out how easy and fun it is to use a candy mold. We're starting out with the most basic candies—one color, solid body. But basic doesn't mean boring. The details in each candy mold make these easy candies look terrific. So choose your favorite Wilton mold and some great Candy Melts®—it's time to start!
The Easter Bunny has gathered all his eggs in one fun candy basket! Our Easter Themed Baking Cups are perfect for making the candy shell. Use the Easter Lollipop Kit to mold the sunny bunny!
Here's the perfect look for a springtime birthday or Easter design. The Candy Clay Basket features ropes of easy-to-handle candy clay, woven around a lollipop stick frame.
Leaves are an essential element used to showcase and frame your candy floral creations. Here's how to add a finishing realistic touch to all your flowers!
This is as easy and delicious as candy making gets. Peanuts, coconut, raisins, mini marshmallows, crisped rice cereal—all taste great mixed with melted candy.
How do they get those fancy creme centers into candy shop chocolates? It's a snap—and you can do it too!
It's easy to accent dipped candy with fun toppings. Immediately after dipping, roll the candy in your favorite topping and refrigerate. Chopped nuts, Wilton Sprinkles and Nonpareils, shredded coconut or cocoa powder are delicious choices.
The layered look is one of the most pleasing ways to mold candy—and one of the easiest. A great idea for holiday candies: red, green and white for Christmas, lavender, yellow and white for Easter, orange, yellow and chocolate for Halloween.
There's no trick to molding candy on a stick! Most Wilton candy molds are made with indentations to fit our lollipop sticks, so it's easy to make and give these great candy treats. Lollipops are fun to decorate for the occasion, with simple ribbon and lollipop bags.
Add some richness to your boxed assortments by including some luxurious swirled colors.
Anyone can write out a place card for the party—but wouldn't an edible candy place card be much more special and fun? There are lots of ways to use candy plaques molded in cake or muffin pans. You can create unforgettable holiday gift cards, centerpieces, cake toppers and more. For rectangles, use a loaf pan or mini cake pan. For circles, use muffin pans. Attach a molded candy for a great finishing touch.
Adding color details to candies makes them more realistic and much more fun! For large areas of color, it's best to paint the melted candy right in the mold before the whole candy is molded using a decorator brush. Or, for very small details like vines, mouths and messages, melted candy should be piped onto molded candies using a parchment bag with a small hole cut in the tip.
Give this cute little guy a warm reception at your next winter gathering. Make his home-sweet-home using the Mini Ball Pan.
Sow bushel baskets’ worth of grins. Use buttercream icing and melted candy to turn Round Brownie Pops Mold brownies into so-cute candy corn bites, which will be surefire hits at classroom parties and church bake sales.