Help your kids show their teachers how much they appreciate them by making these edible Fudge Rocks! These delicious treats are so simple to make and only take a few supplies!
Teacher appreciation week begins May 6th. Last week I shared with you a recipe to make Personalized Vanilla Fudge Apples for your kid's teachers which I think are great for any teacher, but I wanted to present you with an alternative that would be nice to use for science teachers, male teachers, and possibly even music teachers.
All you have to do is follow my instructions for making Sweet Serenity Stones out of Cookies 'n Cream Fudge (found here) and change the messages from "Love," "Hope" and "Faith" to "You Rock." Your candy rocks will need to be quite large depending on the type of letter stamp you use and the length of the teacher's name. You can get 4 large stones out of the fudge recipe.
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Below are more edible crafts appropriate for Teacher Appreciation Week.
Items used for this project that are available at Amazon.com
Show Mother Nature how much you appreciate her by making some of these festive Earth Day Recipes.