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    Does anyone have recipes which include jelly beans as an ingredient?
    I have 1/2 quart of these things, and rather than eat them mindlessly, I'd like to do something creative! Thanks for any advice!

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    You could make a cake and sprinkle them over the top or on top of frosted cupcakes. I did this for Easter. They are also good just to eat (mindlessly)

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    Candy jewelry?

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    What about making white fudge and mixing the jelly beans in?

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    Jelly Bellys wouldn't last that long around me, LOL.

    I like the idea of using them on cupcakes.

    Sorry I don't have anything creative of my own to add.

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    I am not to creative but found this on the net:

    Use leftover Jelly Beans from Easter to make these wonderful crisp, sweet, and chewy bar cookies.
    INGREDIENTS:
    3 Tbsp. butter
    1 (10 oz.) pkg. marshmallows
    5 cups crisp rice cereal
    1-1/2 cups assorted jellybeans
    PREPARATION:
    In large microwave safe bowl, combine butter and marshmallows. Cook on high power for 3 minutes, stirring halfway during cooking time. Stir until smooth. Add cereal and jellybeans; stir until coated. Press mixture into a buttered 13x9" pan and let cool. Serves 12-16


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    Quote Originally Posted by BetterLateThanNever View Post
    What about making white fudge and mixing the jelly beans in?
    OOOh! I like this one! I'll try it!

    Thanks to all of you! I appreciate all the suggestions!

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