Three Musketeers

This right here is the easiest candy recipe you will ever see.

(It will be even easier for you than it was for me because I know you don’t suck at melting chocolate. I, however, consider myself lucky that I got 2 decent looking bars. Someone come give me chocolate melting lessons. Please.)

So I don’t love Three Musketeers. I think it is the lamest candy bar. I mean, have you ever heard someone say, “Wow, I’m really craving a Three Musketeers”? Yeah, I haven’t either. BUT I saw this recipe on Beantown Baker almost a year ago and I remember tweeting about it. And then my friend Pam made it and told me how much she loved it.

It’s not often that I remember tweeting something. That recipe made a serious impression on me.

When I set out to do Halloween week, I immediately thought of the recipe. I pulled it up, saw the super short ingredient list, and made it that day.

They taste exactly like a Three Musketeers bar only better because hello! homemade.┬áIt’s got that bizarre spongy texture that the store-bought version has! Who knew Cool Whip and melted chocolate could create that! I’m so in love with these, y’all.

Three Musketeers


1 (8 oz) container of frozen whipped topping, thawed
2 cup semi sweet chocolate chips
2 cup milk chocolate chips
2 tablespoon vegetable oil


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