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Who is excited for the new Despicable Me 3 movie, now in theaters?? We are thrilled! It is definitely one of my favorite children’s movie series ever.
To celebrate the new movie finally coming to theaters, we had to make a treat. My daughter has already fallen in love with Fluffy the unicorn so we decided to make a Fluffy inspired snack.
Toys”R”Us has some really fun and totally exclusive Despicable Me 3 toys so we had to go shopping! I love the stage of toys that my daughter is in where she likes to collect small figures. First of all, they are small so they don’t take up a ton of space in our already over-flowing bins. Second of all, it’s just fun to get all your little “people” together and pretend play.
She picked out exactly what I knew she would love, small vinyl collectibles. Dorbz are her new favorite and they are so cute! This one from Toys”R”Us features her favorite characters, Agnes, Fluffy and Lucky.
We used Fluffy as our inspiration for our chocolate bark recipe. I love making chocolate bark because it’s so fun and yet so easy to make. You literally can’t mess it up if you tried. For this one, you will need:
- White Chocolate Chips
- Pink Sixlets
- Good n Plenty Candy
- Candy Eyeballs
All you need to do is melt the chocolate in the microwave (be sure not to burn it!) Then spread it out on wax paper. Next, you’ll add two candy eye balls with a pink good n plenty horn above it. Place those through out the chocolate and then sprinkle pink sixlets around. Put it in the fridge for a bit to let it harden and you’re done!
This is a fun snack to make with your kids because they can do almost all of it! Just melt the chocolate for them, then let them decorate with candy. We had a great time gearing up to head to the theater to watch the new Despicable Me 3 and we know your family will love it too!
Check out the trailer for the new Despicable Me 3!
Liz is a just a mom trying to keep it real about how little she sleeps, how often she gets puked on and how much she loves them. You can find her here every day writing about real-mom moments.