Christmas - Candy
Crunchy the Snowman. Dip pretzel rods into melted white chocolate, use cake icing for the nose, mini chocolate chips for the eyes and buttons, fruit by the foot for scarves and gumdrops and either peach O's or sour gummy savers for the brims. Go to website for step by step instructions. Does take time to make.
Crunchy the Snowman: Dressed in colorful candy scarves and top hats, these stylish, easy-to-make snowmen are sure to liven up any holiday gathering. Ingredients: bag of 8-inch pretzel rods, 1 cup white chocolate chips, mini chocolate chips, orange decorators' gel, fruit leather (various colors) gummy rings, gumdrops. Instructions: To make a batch, melt 1 cup of white chocolate chips in the top of a double boiler. One at a time, dip one end of an 8-inch pretzel rod in the melte...
Christmas mice.. Chocolate covered cherries,kisses and almond ears and so cute. Teri, Aunt Cathie made these that last time we all got together with her before she died. She told me how to make them that day and of course I forgot. Seeing these brought me many fond memories of her and her wonderful baking and most of all HER! I hope you will enjoy these and think of her if you make them.
Adorable holiday gumdrop pops.
pour melted chocolate into a cookie cutter and then put peppermint sticks or sprinkles on top. refrigerate for 1 hour. great neighbor gift idea!
Chocolate dipped peppermint sticks for hot cocoa.
Santa hats provided a sweet favor. To make these, fill a disposable icing bag with a scoop of red and green candies. Secure the bottom with a twist tie, and cut off the excess bag. Hot glue small pom-poms around the base of the hat and a larger one to the top.