{DIY} Eggs and Bacon Treats

If you saw the “Breakfast for Dinner” Birthday party then you saw that I made
“Eggs and Bacon” treats for guest favors.
These were super simple and tasty treats that really added a little something extra to the party.
I first saw these treats over at Hostess Blog
I then HAD to find out how to make them! I couldn’t find a tutorial, but they looked simple enough so I gave it a shot. Below is how I made “Bacon and Eggs”— and, please… if you know of another tutorial please let me know so I can link to it because while I figured out these steps on my own I certainly did not create this idea!
*READ ON TO SEE HOW I MADE “BACON AND EGGS”*

How to Make “Bacon and Eggs”
Supplies: 
—A bag of golden rod pretzels for the bacon
—Wilton White Candy Melts (or white baking chocolate) for egg whites
—Yellow M&M candies for egg yolks
—wax or parchment paper
—A piping bag or squeeze bottle for white chocolate
Directions:
{Step One} 
Melt white chocolate (or Wilton Candy melts) according to package directions. While chocolate is melting lay pretzel rods (in twos) onto sheets of parchment paper. 
{Step Two}
Pour white chocolate into a piping bag or squeeze bottle. 
(I had to do this in batches due to lack of space, so I also got a glass of really hot water to set my white chocolate bottle in so that the chocolate 
wouldn’t harden while the first batch of “eggs and bacon” were setting.)
{Step Three}
Squeeze white chocolate onto eggs in a “blob.” Make two blobs for two eggs.
{Step Four}
Immediately place a yellow M&M candy in the center of the white chocolate blob—
do before chocolate sets.
See how fast I’m working at getting those M&Ms on! :) My hand is a blur to the eye!
{Step Five}
Let chocolate set and place in cellophane bag for guests to take home or on a plate for guests to enjoy at the party.
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