Christmas candy & baking
Do you love buckeye balls but hate rolling them? Then Buckeye Bark is for YOU!
The Parson's Daughters: Allison Family Christmas Traditions version 2.0: Eggnog Pie
Place parchment or waxed paper on a baking sheet. Place cookie cutters on tray. Pour inexpensive plastic beads into cookie cutter. Preheat oven to 200 degrees-- Depending on beads, melting will be complete in 20-60 minutes (you will need to watch!). Place part of a bamboo skewer in the beads to create a hole for hanger/string/twine/ribbon for hanging.
Melt beads in a 200 degree oven to make ornaments
Almond Joy Bars - The View from Great Island
White Toasted Almond Bark with Sea Salt - The View from Great Island
cheesecake final 1 by laurenslatest, via Flickr
Cookie Cutter Chocolate Bark. Six easy bark flavors in festive shapes for any occasion. www.theyummylife....
Slow Cooker Melted Chocolate--A foolproof, easy way to melt chocolate for drizzling, dipping, and candy making. It stays at a perfect melted consistency for hours. www.theyummylife....
The View from Great Island | Pecan Pie Shortbread
Love From The Oven Coconut Caramel Pretzels
Hugs & CookiesXOXO: CHOCOLATE DIPPED MARSHMALLOWS ON CANDY CANES
Homemade Marshmallow Dollops in mug
Microwave Peanut Brittle: It is really easy and doesn't require a candy thermometer! You make this brittle in the microwave! I make this peanut brittle every year for Christmas, and everyone loves it. No one would ever know it was made in the microwave! You will have to play with the cooking times and adjust them to your microwave.
Microwave Peanut Brittle | Plain Chicken