Mold green candy shell in Dessert Shell Mold. Fill dessert shell mold cavity to top edge with melted candy. Tap on counter to remove air bubbles. Let chill in refrigerator for 8 to 10 minutes or until a 1/8 in. to 1/4 in. shell has formed. Pour out excess candy then return shell to refrigerator to chill completely.
Carefully unmold shells (if you have difficulty removing shells, place mold in freezer for 2-3 minutes, then unmold). Smooth top edges by sliding across a warmed cookie sheet or warming plate.
Mold Santa Candy disregarding candy cane cavity on mold. Use parchment bag filled halfway with melted candy. Cut small hole in tip of bag and gently squeeze to add candy detail to mold; let set. Fill mold and refrigerate until firm; unmold. Follow same piping method for 1 tall and 2 shorter presents from candy mold set; unmold.
Use melted white candy in cut parchment bag to pipe a line around the top edge of dessert shell mold sleigh; immediately sprinkle edge with White Sparkling Sugar.
Attach Santa and presents in sleigh with melted candy.
Trim candy canes and attach to bottom of sleigh with melted candy.
If you're looking for something easy and elegant for desserts or party trays, here's a delicious idea. Serve candy shells filled with fruit, mousse or liqueur! We've made the candies shown here in the Wilton Cordial Cups Mold, but Wilton has many other products that will work beautifully. The procedure is much like that for making filled candy?without sealing the top.
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I make some kind of chocolate goodie every year for the grandchildren. They either go in the stockings or strung from the tree. I didthem last year with some different molds.(WILTON has a great selection) My grandchildren can not wait to see what Granma makes each year!