Transform store bought white chocolate peanut butter fudge filled eggs into Norm of the North Polar Bear Lollipops using either modeling chocolate or chewy chocolate and vanilla candies. Either way you make them, they are super cute.
Are you and your kids excited about the premier of Norm of the North?
My husband and I don’t have similar tastes in movies, but we love watching animated films together and are really looking forward to seeing the new movie staring a polar bear who befriends other animals instead of hunting them.
When I saw a preview for the movie, I was so enamoured with Norm. Even though he is an outcast he manages to have a big heart.
Norm is so sweet, that I just couldn’t help turn him into a sweet treat.
Yesterday as I was grocery shopping, I was looking around the store for something that could be transformed into Norm and found some Easter chocolates that were perfect.
White chocolate fudge filled eggs have just the right oblong shape.
To decorate your white chocolate eggs, you’ll start by creating some eyes out of white confetti sprinkles. Draw a pupil onto each sprinkle using black food coloring marker. You can use candy eyes, if you prefer, but the pupils are usually smack dab in the center so you can’t make them look like Norm’s slightly crossed eyes.
Use white modeling chocolate or vanilla taffy to create Norm’s squarish ears. Roll small balls into logs, then insert a wooden skewer to create indentations in the ears. Add a black dot inside each year using a food coloring marker. Flatten out one end of the log. This part will get attached to the back of the white chocolate fudge egg and hold the ears in place.
Flatten out a piece of black modeling chocolate and shape into Norm’s nose.
Use a black food coloring marker to draw Norm’s mouth onto the very edge of each egg.
Use melted white confectionery coating (Candy Melts) to attach the ears to the back side of each white chocolate egg and to attach the nose on the front side above the mouth.
Add two eyes and draw on eye brows.
To turn these chocolate eggs into Norm of the North lollipops, dip a lollipop stick or a snowflake cake pops straw into melted white confectionery coating then attach to the back side of each egg.
These lollipops will make great desserts or party favors for a Norm of the North party.
If you plan to host a party over the summer, be sure to pick up some peanut butter fudge filled eggs at the end of the Easter season.
If you want to make these at a time of year that you just can’t find these candy eggs you could transform my Nutter Butter Polar Bears into Norm or you could make your own peanut butter fudge, shape it into a long egg and dip it in white chocolate.
You can find detailed information about using confectionery coating, as well as, the recipe to make homemade modeling chocolate on the Chocolate Making Tips page.
- 6 White Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge Eggs
- 12 white confetti sprinkles
- black food coloring marker
- 2 ounces melted white confectionery coating
- 1 ounce white modeling chocolate* or vanilla taffy
- 2 ounces black modeling chocolate* or chocolate taffy
- See the Modeling Chocolate Recipe on the Chocolate Making Tips page.
Unwrap candy eggs.
Draw pupils onto each white confetti sprinkle.
Use white confectionery coating to attach two eyes to each egg.
Draw eyebrows over each eye.
Pinch off small pieces of white modeling chocolate and roll into balls.
Roll balls into logs, indent the upper portion of the log, shaping into squarish ears.
Add a black dot inside each ear.
Flatten out opposite end of log.
Use white confectionery coating to attach two ears to the top of each egg.
Draw a smile onto each egg.
Pinch off a teaspoon size piece of black modeling chocolate and shape into Norm's nose.
Attach to egg using melted white coating.
Repeat, creating a total of 6 Norm of the North eggs.
Dip lollipop stick or cake pops straw into white confectionery coating and attach to back side of each egg.
Check out all of these polar bear treats…
Oops I forgot one…
If you liked this Kid’s Recipe, then you need to check out these other fascinating recipes that your little ones will love!