In the spring of 2013, when I was in high school, I was excited to find a candy bar that had just the right amount of sweetness and a blue tint to it.
I was inspired by this little blue candied yam.
The texture and color of the candy itself were beautiful.
The blue tint was so perfect that I decided to try making a blue candy.
A few months later, I received a box from my parents.
Inside was a box of blue candy, which I named Candy Blue.
After looking at the package, I knew it was going to be my favorite candy ever.
The box of candy was pretty small, but I was able to create an awesome batch with it.
After creating the recipe, I realized that I needed to take the cake and frost it.
I needed a cake to frost the candy.
When I was about to make the cake, I decided that I would make it a chocolate cake.
The color of chocolate cake makes a beautiful contrast to the blue candies.
After a couple days of making the cake on the stovetop, I wanted to use some leftover chocolate for the frosting.
This cake is quite thick and thickly flavored, but it is also very soft and fluffy.
I wanted the cake to look like a candy.
I chose to make it with powdered yams because they are much sweeter than the candy and they have a slightly different color to them.
I also wanted to make sure that the frostings were very fluffy and that they did not go too soft.
Candy Blue Frosting Recipe Ingredients 1 cup (360 g) dark brown sugar, room temperature