Jelly Belly’s official website where they have a virtual tour of their factory
An adorable jelly bean wreath from Chica and Jo
These decorative jelly bean balls are so sweet
A jelly bean cross with the jelly bean prayer
Here’s a nice version of the jelly bean prayer
Aren’t these jelly bean chicks cute?
A great way to present a gift of jelly beans or put them into Easter baskets – jelly bean carrots (PS I just saw these at the store and they were charging $7 for them!)
Jelly bean necklaces
Jelly Bean Fudge
- 2 c. White Chocolate Chips
- 2 c. Assorted Jelly Beans
- 1 Whole 16 oz. container of Vanilla icing
- 1 T. Rum Extract
- 1 T. Coconut Extract
Instructions: Line an 8” square pan with foil or parchment. Place the chocolate chips in the top of a double boiler over water on medium heat and melt them. Generally it works best to remove it from the heat when only partially melted so you don’t overcook as they will continue melting from the residual heat. Be sure also to stir this occasionally as it’s melting and then once you remove it from the stove to melt evenly. Stir in the extracts and the icing until smoothly blended. Allow to cool at room temperature and stir in all but 1/4 c. of the jellybeans. Spread the fudge in the pan, smoothing out the top. Sprinkle the remaining jellybeans on top of the fudge to garnish.