This is a post from last year that I want to share again because even though I don’t have a graduate this year, many of you do! This is an easy chocolate graduation dessert that is both festive and yummy. Enjoy!

graduation caps sweet treats

l saw these cute graduation caps over at Lil’ Luna. {Of course I pinned them to my Pinterest board}. With my daughter graduating from high school, I decided to use Kristyn’s idea, but use different ingredients because I was in a bit of a time crunch. Instead of mini muffins, I used mini Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups. For the mortar boards I used chocolate graham crackers. For the tassels I used Twizzlers. To glue everything together I used frosting. I cut the Twizzlers at the end to make them look like tassels. Red M&Ms were used for the tops.

ingredients for graduation caps

They turned out looking a lot like Kristyn’s.

graduation caps with reese's peanut butter cups

I put them on upside down bowls {I called them pedestals} and decorated the table with them. They looked cute and were pretty tasty.

graduation caps on the dinner table

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15 Responses to Graduation Caps {Dessert}

  1. Kristyn says:

    Great job! These turned out fantastic!!! 😀

  2. I was just checking these out on pinterest and thinking how I could make them for less (to make alot). I didn’t think of chocolate graham crackers and twizzlers! I will have to try these too!

  3. Jenny says:

    I picked up my family size bag of peanut butter cups to make these last weekend. I was going to grab chocolate for the top but now I’ll have to look for chocolate graham crackers. Thanks so much for sharing at Whmsy Wednesdays.

  4. Maria says:

    Oh how cute! What a fun idea for graduation!

  5. kayla says:

    I adore these, I mean really how cute! Thank you for sharing at Sunday Round Up!
    -Kayla :)

  6. Mindie says:

    Featuring on Thursday at Bacon Time!

  7. Hey there! Thanks for stopping by Bowdabra a linking up your awesome project! We appreciate it!

    Have a lovely a week,
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