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You’ve Gotta Make These Easy Graduation Cap Party Treats

Easy Graduation Cap Party Treats

Directions

1

Unwrap chocolates and insert cake pop stick into mini peanut butter cup, but not all the way through. Place a dab of frosting on the stick where it meets the chocolate.


2

Use frosting to "glue" on the chocolate square.


3

Insert treat into Styrofoam so it stands upright.


 

4

Glue on small piece of Twizzler with an M&M to the top of the treat as a tassel.


5

Arrange in a small container with Styrofoam and tissue paper inside.

19 Comments

Need a fun graduation party treat?

Consider putting together these ADORABLE graduation cap treats! They’re super easy to make and are a festive and yummy treat for your graduate. You can serve these cute caps on a stick or use them as fun graduation cupcake toppers instead.

You only need six things to make these easy graduation cap party treats.

I used chocolate squares for the hats and Twizzlers make a fun tassel. There are different options for candy, so feel free to switch up ingredients if desired. It was a fairly quick project to do and something the kids can easily help out with!

Tips for success:

  • I used a store-bought bottle of icing that hardens when dried, and it worked very well. I’d use that instead of a softer frosting.
  • Starting with very cold chocolate is helpful. I started with room temp and quickly noticed some melting while putting these together.

Make a graduation cap bouquet!

As an easy arrangement idea, I placed my treats inside a small dollar store bucket with some Styrofoam and colored tissue paper inside.

Easy Graduation Cap Party Treats

These mini graduation caps are adorable and make for some tasty party treats!

Directions

1

Unwrap chocolates and insert cake pop stick into mini peanut butter cup, but not all the way through. Place a dab of frosting on the stick where it meets the chocolate.


2

Use frosting to "glue" on the chocolate square.


3

Insert treat into Styrofoam so it stands upright.


 

4

Glue on small piece of Twizzler with an M&M to the top of the treat as a tassel.


5

Arrange in a small container with Styrofoam and tissue paper inside.


These graduation treats are so CUTE!

What a fun and simple food craft to make for a party or as a gift. You can even customize the colors for your school and really make it special. Enjoy, and congratulations to your graduates! 🙌


Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2 small kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! Check out all of Lina’s DIY/CRAFTS and RECIPES created just for Hip2Save.

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Comments 19

  1. Klp

    Cute idea! Since the chocolate squares can get expensive, I’ve used chocolate covered graham crackers. I think Keebler used to sell them and still might!

    • Lina D

      Oh good idea! or maybe a square cookie.

    • Scarlet B

      Oooh. I like that idea. Thanks for sharing!

    • Dana Edwards

      they do and they were .99 at kroger yesterday

  2. riss

    What can you substitute for reese’s? Peanut allergy.

    • laurajean

      Rolos?

    • Lina D

      Ya I’ve seen Rolos!

    • Beverly

      How about skittles? They come in lots of colors, so you could probably find your school color. Are they peanut free?

    • riss

      Thanks for the suggestions 🙂

  3. Cindy

    Wonder if a round chocolate like Lindt would work for “head”. Put little dots for eyes? Are there any solid ones or are they all filled.

  4. Txgirl05

    Thank you for posting this! I have a few graduating seniors in my classes. I will be making these for them 🙂 simple and inexpensive

    • Lina D

      Oh that’s so nice of you!

  5. Amie

    cute idea

  6. Shannon

    I love this!! The BEST idea yet!!

    • Lina D

      Oh thanks!

  7. Kimberly

    These are adorable!!

  8. Shoppingfan

    Super duper cute! Thxs. I’m saving this for next year as my son will be graduating.😢 Time moves too fast – cherish it!

  9. Alyson

    How long do I cut the twizzler piece?

    • Lina D

      Mine were about 2- 3 inches long. It’s up to you 😉

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