Candy Cane Kisses Magic Shell

Candy Cane Kisses Magic Shell || Sweet Treats and More

Baby it’s cold outside!! But not too cold for ice cream, right?!  

If you need some convincing, how about ice cream drenched in Candy Cane Kisses Magic Shell?  I know!! I had no idea you could make your own magic shell either! But then a friend told me you can make it yourself with just two ingredients!  This made my cherry-dipped cone loving husband’s day!  

Two ingredients you guys!  Chocolate and coconut oil.  In this case, Hershey’s Kisses Candy Cane Chocolates and coconut oil.  Melt them together and pour it over your favorite ice cream (and maybe add a brownie in there).  The coconut oil has a high melting point so not only does it melt quickly but it hardens quickly too–as soon as it hits anything cold.  When the candy cane-coconut oil chocolate  meets the cold ice cream it hardens into a cool, crisp pepperminty-chocolate shell.  

Candy Cake Kisses Magic Shell || Sweet Treats and More

 This  will give any bowl of ice cream a taste of the holidays! Make your own magic shell and make ice cream sundaes with Candy Cane Kisses Magic Shell for a fun family night.  We’ve been having bowl after bowl of ice cream lately, with a healthy topping of this magic shell! 

Holiday-Family-FunJust like we did a few weeks ago, some of my friends and I are celebrating the holidays with another Hershey’s Kisses Chocolates and Reese’s  blog party. We’re sharing some great treats to make with your family and friends or for your family and friends.  Be sure to visit all of the blogs to see their fun holiday ideas with Hershey’s Kisses Chocolates and Reese’s! 

Candy Cane Kisses Magic Shell
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  1. 32 Hershey's Kisses Candy Cane Chocolates
  2. 4 tbsp coconut oil
  1. In a small saucepan melt coconut and candy cane kisses together until melted and smooth. Pour into an airtight container (i like to use a glass jar with lid) and store in refrigerator until ready to serve.
  2. When ready to serve microwave until melted and stir. Let cool to room temperature and serve over ice cream.
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  1. Jocelyn @BruCrew Life December 17, 2013

    I have heard about this magic sauce that is so easy to make! Love love love that you used the kisses to make it! It’s so pretty on the ice cream!

  2. Ashley @ Kitchen Meets Girl December 17, 2013

    Holy moly, I have to try this! It’s sooooo pretty, too!

  3. Daniela December 20, 2013

    Love this idea! Would love to have you link up at Link’n Blogs link party. :)

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  4. Tammy December 25, 2013

    I never would have thought of this and I’ve made magic she’ll a dozen times. you’re brilliant and I LOVE all the peppermint stuff that comes out this time of year! merry Christmas!


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