Have you ever loved an inanimate object so much you wanted to marry it? (please say yes).
For me, if it were possible, I’d want to marry the following (in no particular order): Betseyville purses, motorcycle boots, tutus, perfectly manicured nails, pizza, bubblegum-flavored anything, pretty eyebrows, Pure Grace perfume, cookies, costume jewelry, hot showers, and Candiquik.
I see no problems marrying any of those aforementioned things. Except maybe Candiquik. You see, I’m definitely not the only one who has a serious love for the stuff. In fact, many bloggers like myself swear by it. Also, there’s someone else competing for Candiquik’s love, and that’s Miss Candiquik herself (minor problem).
Now even though we can’t marry Candiquik, we can share it. And that’s exactly what Sarah and I are doing today! Sarah and I thought it’d be fun to do a Copycat Candy Bar post featuring some of our favorite homemade candy bars featuring none other than the star product, Candiquik.
Today, I have a brand new recipe, my Biscoff Kit-Kats, as well as some fab features from the past and some yummy recipes from the Miss Candiquik blog. Hope you have a sweet tooth!
1 pkg Wasa Crisp ‘n Light crackerbread (original flavor–make sure you don’t get the kind with sesame seeds!)
1 jar Biscoff creamy spread or cookie butter spread
1 pkg white Candiquik
1. Line a baking sheet with wax paper and secure it to the sheet with tape.
2. Take a crackerbread and smear is generously with some Biscoff spread (about a Tablespoons-worth). Gently top with another crackerbread, and smear that piece with another Tablespoon or so of Biscoff. Top with a third piece of crackerbread to form a three-high stack. Repeat with the remaining crackers.
3. Very carefully cut the crackerbread stacks vertically in thirds, moving quickly as the crackerbread is fragile and splits easily. Think Kit-Kat sized strips when cutting. Set aside.
4. Melt the Candiquik according to package directions; stir in a Tablespoon of Biscoff spread to combine. Dip each Kit Kat bar in the melted chocolate mixture, coating completely. Allow excess to drip off and return to the cookie sheet. Repeat with remaining bars until set.
Kit-Kats are underrated for me, personally. I always forget how much I love that signature, wafery crunch and the rich, milky chocolate coating. Who knew making Kit Kats were SO simple?! These Biscoff ones are a fun twist for the holidays, combining that wonderfully spicy Biscoff flavor with the classic texture of a Kit Kat. And the Biscoff/white chocolate mixture coating the outside of the candy is scrumptious!
Craving more candy? Good! Miss Candiquik and I’ve got ya covered.
And here are some throwback candy bar faves from my blog:
Be sure to check out Sarah’s awesome recipes at Miss Candiquik! Happy Wednesday!!