Fried Egg Candy


If my life was missing anything up until now, it was definitely candy that looks like bacon and eggs. How cute are these??ย  I saw these in an old Taste of Home magazine and just had to make them. They’re so quick to make and only took me about 5 minutes total. ย I brought a bunch of them into work with a sign that said “bacon and eggs for breakfast!” andย they were a big hit.

These cute little candies would be perfect for kids to make, although I have to admit I had a blast making them as well! They’re essentially a chocolate covered pretzel, so they taste great too! Give these a try – cute, easyย and tasty is a great combination. ๐Ÿ™‚



Fried Egg Candy


Pretzel Sticks
vanilla (or white chocolate) baking chips
yellow M&Mโ€™s


Place pretzel sticks on waxed paper in groups of two, leaving a small space between each. In a microwave-safe bowl, heat vanilla chips at 70% power until melted; stir until smooth. For best results, stir after after 20 seconds, and don't overheat. Drop by spoonfuls over each pair of pretzel sticks. For โ€œyolksโ€, place one or two M&Mโ€™s in the center of each โ€œeggโ€. Allow to harden.

from Taste of Home, March/April 2000

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  1. We make basically the same thing (same ingredients) around Christmas, but they didn't look quite like this. I agree, they are really cute! What a great idea!

  2. I love how cute these are! So creative, too!

  3. Never have seen these! SO cute!

  4. Oh these are too cute! I'm sure your coworkers loved it!

  5. I heart these. Very creative.

  6. So adorable. ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. These are so cute! What a creative recipe ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. These looks fantastic!

  9. Definitely want to try these with the grands…Thanks Megan!

  10. These are so cute! My kid would love making these little guys.

  11. Yum! These are very cute.

  12. Wonderful and so cute..nicely done!

  13. Oh these are adorable! I really just stopped by to let you know that I made the pumpkin candy, and linked you from my blog…I hope you don't mind! Glad to find your blog!

  14. beautiful candy thank you for sharing

  15. What a perfect treat for Easter. And they look so real….

  16. Love this- so cute and perfect for kids to have fun with! Just found your blog. It is wonderful and will be back often. Would love for you to play in my recipe challenge with us this month. You can see the details on my blog sidebar! XO

  17. Megan, these are darling. I will try them for Easter. thank you very much. You always have such wonderful ideas.

  18. These are so adorable. What a cute idea.

  19. Just noticed your double yolk! Clever ๐Ÿ™‚

  20. Cute AND easy to make . . .what's not to love about that? ๐Ÿ™‚ I also tried your pizza sauce recipe last week and will be linking back to that in my next blog post. Yum.

  21. These crack me up Megan! I think kids would love to make them, and so simple too.

  22. This is SO cute! I love it! I actually thought they were real eggs at first – nice job ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. These are just adorable!!

  24. having to make these for MOPS next week! ๐Ÿ™‚ Too cute!

  25. so cute! Makes me wish I still had a GS troop.

  26. That so adorable. My daughter would love this.

  27. I think these are SO cute!

  28. I’m making these for my twins’ birthday party (Dr Seuss themed) with green m&m’s. Thanks for the idea!

  29. LOVE these! i am always on the hunt for unique twists on the whole chocolate/pretzel combo.

  30. LOVE these! My grandma use to make these with me when i was little! Never get old of them! ๐Ÿ™‚

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