Santa Pretzel Hats

November 25, 2011

These are such a fun little Christmas treat!  Something even kids can make! Santa Pretzel Hats Ingredients Mini Twist Pretzels White Chocolate Almond Bark Red Sugar Crystals (found on baking isle) Mini Marshmallows Melt the white chocolate almond bark according to the directions on the package.  Dip each mini twist pretzel halfway into the melted […]

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Waffle / Sugar Cone Cornucopia

November 20, 2011

These make such a fun treat whether for it for adults or children!  You could make them for co-workers or a class party! Waffle Cone Cornucopia Photo Courtesy of Paper Turtle Materials Needed: Small waffle cones Chex mix with Reese’s pieces (or other desired candies) Cellophane Paper Ribbon Directions Bring 1-2 inches of water to […]

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Sunshine’s “Secret” Fudge

December 23, 2009

Baking for others is one of my favorite things to do during the holidays. I enjoy making treats for others because they know it comes from the heart. I have always enjoyed baking (desserts mostly) and have always found it so much fun to make all kinds of goodies and wrap them in cute gift […]

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Crock Pot Candy

December 20, 2009

Need to take a treat to a Christmas party but don’t have enough time to be in the kitchen forever making something?  This little recipe is perfect if you don’t have lots of time.  Throw the ingredients in the crock pot and that’s it! Crock Pot Candy Printable Version: Crock Pot Candy Ingredients 1 (16oz) […]

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Creamy Almond Bark

December 9, 2009

There’s a million things you can make with white and chocolate candy coating (or bark, as some people call it).  It’s very easy to make a simple, yet yummy snack or dessert.  During the holidays I probably use about 20 pounds of this stuff!  I use it for oreo balls, chocolate covered pretzel rods, peppermint […]

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