Friday, October 23, 2015

beaker bark

holy spooky smokes people.
my cup runneth over.
not to mention my plate and any other dinnerware i have at the moment.
so my blog posts have slowed down a little.

anyway,
today i got another spooky treat for you,
and this one came right outta my lab.
it's easy peasy beaker bark that resembles all the other candy bark out there but this one is actually shaped unlike all the broken pieces of your usual bark.

here's how you can do it too in case you are wondering:
  

and there you have it!
congrats on being a mad scientist like me! :)







24 comments:

  1. Such a simple way to make a chocolate beaker! It's so clever, I love it.

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    1. thank you Beth! i bet you can make a TON of awesome bark shapes! heck you could make the universe in chocolate literally. ;)

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  2. Always trust what a nurse presents to you inside a beaker! It may look spooky, but it's gonna be delicious!

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    1. HAHA i gotta remember to tell my patients that J! although if i gave them chocolate beakers i doubt any of them would argue with me! ;)

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    1. thank you SO much Crafty Lumberjacks! i try not to bore myself-lol :)

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  4. You know I am trying not to buy more stuff for Halloween and now you make these adorable chocolate beakers and now I must get that set! Beaker Bark - just so fun to say!!

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    1. and target is just so fun to go to Kim! or maybe not if you have to pay the bills...regardless, i bet you could make adorble beaker bark that would look like it came outta the factory since everything you do is beyond perfection! :)

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  5. Your beaker bark was just meant to be! I love it and I think it needs to be your new signature candy! :)

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    1. hey! why that's a great idea Karen! chocolate and sprinkles for everyone! :>D!

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  6. Well, good grief, girl! It can't get any easier, can it? Fantastic, BBFF! These are so cute, and different! Another home run! Dona

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    1. batter up for some beaker bark! my BBFF hits and...SCORES with another sweet comment! :>D

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  7. SO AWESOME! I'm a biologist in real life and my first job was in a water resources laboratory, so I have a soft spot for all things beakers and cylinders. :) Thanks so much for linking up at Snickerdoodle Sunday- we always appreciate it!

    Sarah (Sadie Seasongoods)

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    1. oh WOW! you must be super smart to be a biologist-i did great at it in high school but college was a different story. i'll stick to these chocolate kind and leave the real stuff to smart people like you Sarah! lol thanks for stopping by! :)

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  8. ha! being a pharmacist I LOVE this one!! So cute and unique!

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    1. wow i sure got some brilliant readers! a pharmacist Michelle? that's one smart brain you got too-wonder if i could concoct a potion in a beaker and give some to my hubby? LOL ;)

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  9. These are so neat! Love the idea!

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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  10. Very creative and they turned out great!

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    1. thank you Valerie! i've always wanted to make these just so i could use up my spooky sprinkles. lol :)

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  11. Such a creative recipe! I can't wait to try it out!

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    1. thank you and you have to do it Meredith! it's such a quick spooky treat! :)

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  12. This is just adorable! What a great idea, I am sure the kids loved this. Really cute blog!
    xoxo Mickey

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    1. oh THANK YOU sooo much Mickey! i hope you come back to visit again when i play with thanksgiving turkeys! lol :)

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your comment warms my heart on any winter day :)