While mostly a British confection you can find Dolly Mixtures all over the world. These little multi-coloured fondant and jelly shapes were my childhood favourite so its only natural that I would enjoy these ten great recipes and ideas you can make with them…
Ten Amazing Things You Can Make and Do With Dolly Mixtures
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OK, not so much a recipe idea, more a craft idea. Why not make some edible jewellery from Dolly Mixtures and sell it at a local craft fair! Simple really, but a good idea all the same.
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I think this is some sort of chocolate finger cake but with toppings like Dolly Mixtures and Maltesers. Or maybe it’s just a giant mix of things!
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Much like number 10, this is more a craft idea than a recipe, but using this as a centrepiece on the wedding table would make any big day one to remember.
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Small, simple and sweet to their very core. These mini vanilla cupcakes with strawberry pink frosting and some random Dolly Mixtures on top are the perfect party cupcake, but strangely these (and a few others) were made for a christening!
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I think every cupcake should be a giant one by law! But in the meanwhile, I am happy to work out how to make one of these giant cupcakes with Dolly mixtures on top.
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If you are looking for an easy to make after dinner treat why not go for a small dessert pizza! Its fun to make and you can add whatever toppings you and your family love.
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Rocky road is one of those recipes that goes well with little sweets and treats. But I have to say I have never seen one made with Dolly Mixtures before!
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With summer coming up this could be the recipe all the kids want to try. Apparently “Sweet treats don’t come much sweeter than this” and who am I to disagree!
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Anyone who has the time and patience to do this deserves at least some credit. Sadly they took so much time lining up the sweets they didn’t have enough time to put up a making guide or recipe for us to follow, but I am sure it is not that hard to work out what to do.
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I just had to make this Madeira cake my number one! With flakes going up the side and Dolly Mixtures all over the top I just have to try it! Which I think I will do right now.