Denver Bronco Candy Bark
I admit, I'm more of a college football lover, than Pro football. I think somewhere between college and pro, the players lose something that gives the game the fun aspect. Once you're pro, it's all about the money it seems. I know there are a few exceptions, but it's always put me off.
But I live in Bronco country now. So when the Denver Broncos had such a great season, I started watching and rooting for them. Now we are headed for the Super Bowl and what could be more fun than creating a bunch of treats to celebrate with?
Today I made a yummy, and easy, candy bark with the Denver Bronco colors that will be perfect for enjoying on Super Bowl Sunday.
Orange Candy Melts. Melt the chocolate in a microwave safe bowl at fifty percent power. Do it in short minute increments so you don't burn the chocolate.
white and navy blue candy pieces, like M&Ms to the chocolate and mix. (Add more pieces if you are making more than 12 ounces of chocolate.)
Use a spoon or a spatula to spread the chocolate into a 1/4 inch thickness.
blue and white M&Ms to the top of the orange chocolate candy bark. Pop the candy into the refrigerator for about 15 minutes, or until it's firm.
If you're more of a Seahawks fan, you can make some Seahawk Candy Bark the same way using Dark Green Candy Melts and Blue and Silver (for the Grey) MandM candies.