Graduation Party Dessert

Graduation Caps Candy from Marty's Musings. Celebrate graduation for all ages!

This past September my DIY hubby graduated from Liberty University with a Bachelor of Science in Religion.

Graduation Party Ideas from Marty's Musings

It was a very long and winding road to get to this point in his life at the age of 52, but I couldn’t be prouder. 

Graduation Caps Candy Recipe - Marty's Musings

All the details and fun graduation party ideas for graduates of all ages can be found here.

I wanted to make sure I was able to share this adorable recipe for a graduation party dessert just in case you know someone celebrating a graduation this spring!

Aren’t these little graduation caps just precious?

Graduation Party Dessert - Marty's Musings

I found the original recipe here, but of course, I customized it to our party. It would be great for any graduation, from kindergarteners to adults!

Graduation Party Dessert - Marty's Musings

 You can use the Twizzlers (or licorice) in school colors if desired.

Graduation Party Dessert - Marty's Musings 

Do you have a special friend or family member graduating soon? I’d love to know if it was high or college or another special program! 

Graduation Caps Candy
Easy to make candy to celebrate a graduation event!
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  1. Chocolate Graham Crackers
  2. Regular sized Reese's Cups
  3. M&M's (in school color if desired)
  4. frosting (you can match the school color or use chocolate like I did)
  5. Twizzlers
  1. Remove paper liners from peanut butter cups and place upside down on waxed paper.
  2. Place a small amount of frosting on each peanut butter cup.
  3. Break graham crackers in half and center a half on each peanut butter cup.
  4. Dot frosting on top of graham cracker and place M&M on frosting.
  5. Cut Twizzler long enough to fit around or underneath M&M. Trim as necessary
  6. Allow to set a few minutes in refrigerator.
  1. Since the graham crackers don't always break evenly you might to want to have an extra sleeve of crackers handy depending on how many you want to make.
  2. Keep out of heat until ready to serve.
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  1. Congrats and have fun eating the candy!

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