I Love Sweet Candies
Candies and other delicious things
I Love Sweet Candies
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Designed by Venezuelan designer Enrique Luis Sardi
Cookie Cups, Cookiecup, Idea, Food, Coffee Cups, Drinks
#CookieCup by Sardi and Lavazza: The cookie cup is made of pastry that is covered with a special icing sugar that works as an insulator making the cup waterproof.
Creative Coffee Cup Drink Coffee and Eat the Coffee Cup Interesting Coffee cup , innovative food idea
Cookie Coffee Cup! The cup is a cookie, the white liner is icing. Drink your coffee, then eat the cup. Designed for the Italian coffee company Lavazza.
Designer Enrique Luis Sardi created this genius cookie coffee cup for Lavazza Coffee. The cup is made of cookie, the inside is lined with sugar icing. Enrique encourages you to “Sip the coffee then eat the cup.” Definitely a more fun and innovative way to drink your morning coffee!
Designer Enrique Luis Sardi created this genius cookie coffee cup for Lavazza Coffee. The cup is made of cookie (one of my favorite things), the inside is lined with sugar icing (also one of my favorite things). Enrique encourages you to “Sip the coffee then eat the cup.” FOOD DESIGN
The ultimate coffee cup - a cookie cup! First you drink the coffee, then you eat the cup! The Cookie Cup is designed by Venezuelan designer Enrique Luis Sardi together with Italian coffee company Lavazza. The cup is made of pastry covered with a special icing sugar, which works as an insulator, and makes the cup waterproof hence allowing you to use the cup and then appreciate its taste.
WHAT!!??!! cookie cup for coffee!?Designer Enrique Luis Sardi created this genius cookie coffee cup for Lavazza Coffee. The cup is made of cookie (one of my favorite things), the inside is lined with sugar icing (also one of my favorite things). Enrique encourages you to “Sip the coffee then eat the cup.” Or you could always gulp down the coffee so fast you scald your mouth, then jam the cookie down your throat so you don’t even taste it! I…am not one to let myself enjoy things.
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A Cookie Coffee Cup. Drink your coffee and then eat your cup!
Candy Sushi - so cute!
Candy Sushi, Recipe, Food, Swedish Fish, Fun, Party Ideas, Rice Krispie, Kid
Swedish fish & rice krispie treats sushi - Another fun kid party idea. My version would be vegan <3.
Swedish fish & rice krispie treats sushi... My daughter's favorite food is sushi, so this may be fun to bring to her class as a treat.
Swedish fish rice krispie treats sushi, This would be too cute to do like at a Birthday or summer pool party for the kids!
Cute, though my kids like the real thing, this would be a fun desert- Swedish fish & rice krispie treats sushi
Made for my Nephews class, kids loved em Swedish fish & rice krispie treats sushi. Best. Idea. Ever.
How much fun is this? Sushi dessert... Rice Krispie Treats and Swedish fish. The kids (and kids at heart) will love this!
@Lauren Caines swedish fish & rice krispie treats sushi! fun things to do with the kids you bbsit
Candy Sushi recipes. I have to do this with the kids! It looks so fun!
Candy Sushi. Rice Krispy treats, swedish fish and fruit roll up
Five-Minute Chocolate Mug Cake
Cake Recipe, Chocolates, Sweet, Food, Minute Chocolate, Chocolate Mugs, Chocolate Mug Cakes, Chocolate Cakes, Dessert
Five-minute Chocolate Mug Cake recipe! Love cake, can’t bake? This is the simplest recipe for an easy and delicious chocolate cake you’ll ever come across! ♥
Chocolate cake in a mug- this is perfect when you need a little something sweet but don't want to make a whole dessert!
Five-minute Chocolate Mug Cake recipe! Love cake, can’t bake? This is the simplest recipe for an easy and delicious chocolate cake you’ll ever come across! ♥ haha I actually did it and it tasted good normally what I cook ends up burnt
Five Minute Chocolate Mug Cake - how can I not make this tonight when it has individual portions and is baked in the microwave??
Five minute chocolate mug cake - this is a handout college kids should get when they walk into their dorms!
Five minute chocolate mug cake I Village http://www.ivillage.com/five-minute-chocolate-mug-cake/3-r-61011
5 Minute Chocolate mug cake. I'm gonna give it a try tonight for my momma's birthday tomorrow!
5 Minute Chocolate Mug Cake
How to Make Marshmallow Fondant
Sweet, Diy Fondant Cake, Frosting Icing, Marshmallow Fondant, How To Decorate Cake, Cake Decorating, Fondant Recipe
Marshmallow fondant! Easier, cheaper, and tastes better than the real stuff. [i probably should learn how to decorate cakes with real fondant first, though, haha]
How to make Marshmallow Fondant - So cool! Make your own fondant out of marshmallows. It tastes WAY better than fondant! - (food tips, hints, how-to, frosting, icing)
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For all your cake decorating needs... homemade marshmallow fondant!
Oooh, homemade marshmallow fondant for cake decorating!
Marshmallow Fondant Recipe for Cake Decorating
Fondant cakes are so beautiful and delicious, it's no wonder fondant icing decoration is very popular these days. Use this simple fondant recipe to create your most beautiful cakes, cupcakes and cookies. We have everything from fondant cakes, fondant cupcakes, fondant decorations,etc. Fondant gives a slick and fancy look to any cake. There are many ways to decorate with fondant and the fondant paste is very easy to make. You can buy fondant icing already made at your local baking store, but you can make your own fondant. It's very easy and fun to use, it's just like molding with playdough. Get the easy to make marshmallow fondant recipe and check out he useful information about using fondant and where can you get all that you need to start creating beautiful and delicious fondant cakes.
Easy homemade marshmallow fondant recipe!
marshmallow fondant recipe All you need is: 1.Marshmallows - they can be big marshmallows or mini ones, either one works fine. 2.Icing sugar - You'll be mixing the icing sugar into the marshmallows to make a dough so I usually make sure that I have an entire bag on hand.. but I rarely use the whole bag. 3.Food colouring 4.Flavoring oil - This is optional. If you don't add this your fondant will be sweet and flavorless which works well if your got all the flavors your want in your cake already I use gel colours to dye my fondant but regular food colouring will work too. You won't be able to get really dark colours without making your fondant sticky, but for lighter colours you can just even it out with more icing sugar. I also had lemon oil and coconut flavoring on hand.. oh la la the value brand (which still works fine). Step One: Take a couple of handfuls of marshmallows and put them in a microwave safe bowl. Add a couple of drops of water and toss the marshmallows in it until they are all a bit damp. If you are going to just make one colour then put the whole bag of marshmallows in the bowl and add a couple of teaspoons of water. If you're going to put flavoring oil in, add it now and add less water I like to make smaller batches because its easier to add the colour to the melted marshmallow than it is to work the colour into the fondant later. Step Two: Stick the marshmallows in the microwave for ten seconds at a time until the are puffed up and easily stir into a goo with a wooden spoon. Tip: Grease your spoon with butter, things can get a bit sticky. Step Three: Add food colouring to the melted marshmallows until you get the colour you want. Remember that you're going to be adding icing sugar which will lighten the colour so make it a bit brighter than you need. Step Four: Start folding icing sugar into the marshmallow goo until it becomes a soft and fluffy dough. Grease your hands with a bit of butter and turn the marshmallow out onto a table sprinkled with icing sugar. Continue to knead in icing sugar until the fondant is stiff enough to roll out. If you add too little icing sugar the fondant will be very sticky- Just add more icing sugar If you add too much icing sugar the fondant will be very stiff and hard to roll out - knead in a little bit of butter To store your fondant wrap them in pieces of lightly greased plastic wrap and keep them either in a big ziplock bag or a tupperware container. The fondant is essentially a sugar paste (its just marshmallows and icing sugar) so it has a shelf life of three or four months. If it feels a bit stiff and hard to use after being stored for a long time you can soften it up by kneading a bit of butter in or putting in the microwave one-two seconds at a time
it looks real!
Chocolates, Towel Cakes, Baby Wedding Shower Cakes, Gift Ideas, Towels, Baby Shower, Gifts Cakes Showers
Delicious Cake Towel - Chocolate Cut Roll
choc roll..OMG!!! Cute!! Baby shower!!
chocolates is preferable to intercourse
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Le Patissier Sliced Marble Cake Towel
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Cute and it has the printable for free
Recipe, Cowgirl Cookies, Gift Ideas, Diy Gift, Christmas Gift, Masonjar
DIY mason jar ideas. You could do any cookie recipe, or really any other recipe for that matter. Great gift ideas! #MasonJars #DIY #Gifts
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Great idea for party favors! Cookie mix ingredients in a mason jar! ❤ it! And (as the blog says) you could put a label on the back that gives the recipe!
Cowgirl Cookie Mix as party favors, just cut the recipe in half and place in smaller mason jars.
Cowgirl Cookies | Mason Jar Cookie Mix might be the perfect gift idea this season!
Cowgirl Cookies in a mason jar, cute DIY gift idea.
#party or #christmas #gift idea Cowgirl Cookie mix
Mason jar gift ideas. Cowgirl Cookie Mix
CowGirl Cookies 1 1/3 cup all purpose flour, spooned into measuring cup & leveled 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 cup cooking oats 3/4 cup m&ms 3/4 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips 1/2 cup brown sugar, packed 1/2 cup white sugar 1/3 – 1/2 cup chopped pecans Stir all the dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Add 1 slightly beaten egg 1/2 cup butter (melted slightly in the microwave) 1 teaspoon vanilla Mix wet ingredients into dry ingredients. Use the back of a large spoon to work it all together. You may even need to use your hands to get everything incorporated. Then roll the cookie dough into 1 1/2 inch balls, place on a parchment covered baking sheet and bake for about 10 minutes in a preheated 350 degree oven. I got about 26-28 cookies out of these. Here’s how they came out. Pretty and tasty. But I still want to try the other mixes later, and if one tastes better I’ll make sure and update the recipe. Besides, I want to know how long these will last in jars. Any ideas? Want to make some cute cookie mix gifts, too? Here’s how. Start with a 1 quart smooth Ball jar. I found these at Hobby Lobby craft store. Layer the ingredients in like this: First: flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt Second: oats Third: m&ms Fourth: chocolate chips Fifth: brown sugar Sixth: white sugar Seventh: chopped pecans Pack each level down really tightly. I mean it. Pack it in. Or else it won’t all fit. Also, I added the chopped pecans last, because if the ingredients were too much or not enough, then I could add more or less pecans to adjust. I’d rather sacrifice nuts than chocolate, you know. The ingredients should be flush to the top of the lid when you seal it up. See. There’s some of the pecans peeking out from under the fabric. To decorate the top of the jars, get a spool of suede cord and some fabric. I really wanted to find some pink western bandana fabric, but this will do. Anyway, cut the fabric into 6 inch squares and the suede into 25 inch pieces. Place the fabric on top and tie ribbons around the lid to hold it in place. For the labels, you’ll need some card stock, a paper punch and double-sided tape. You can use the pink labels I made if you want. DOWNLOAD THE PDF HERE. I also included one for the baking instructions and a label for Cowboy Cookies in brown if you want to gift these to boys or girls. Note: you can change the color of m&ms and give them as Halloween gifts, or Christmas gifts, too. Check out the seasonal m&ms in the candy aisle. They are usually available in special holiday colors or themes. The pink ones were in the Breast Cancer awareness bag. Also another great gift idea. Enjoy!
Blue Cupcakes, Wedding Ideas, Wedding Cupcakes, Cakes Cupcakes, Tiffany Blue, Cupcakes Stand, Cupcake Cakes
blue cupcakes stand.. perfectly done!
Tiffany Blue Theme - Bing Images
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Let them eat cupcakes!
Wedding cupcake cake
cake with candies
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love this, just different color "ribbon"
This was my wedding cake! by colleen
This was my wedding cake!
candy and yellow cake
Cake with Ribbon
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Toxic Candies candy toys http://plasticandplush.com/images/2010/01/500/sweety-liquorice-regular.jpg
Liquorice original – B Fly (designer toys)
Sweety & Liquorice by Stéphane Levallois
Toxic Candies by Stephane Levallois
Invitation with candies
Showers, Shower Ideas, Invitations, Party Ideas, Baby Shower
DIY lemon yellow baby shower invitations - kraft boxes, yellow ribbon, home printer, and lemonheads in bulk. #DIY #packaging #invitation #yellow
homemade invitations ideas | invitations using cute baby shower invitations for boys ideas baby ...
Baby shower invites- I don't know about the box, but I like the invite, Heylen
Best of Oh Happy Day: Lemonhead Invitations. Baby Shower Invitation.
baby shower invite - FOUND MY FREAKIN INVITE IDEA yaaaaaaaaaay!
Cute baby shower invite! Lemon heads and ribbon. ahhh
lemonhead babyshower invitations via oh happy day
Baby Shower Party Ideas
Japanese Food, Japanese Treats, Traditional Japanese, Art, Japanese Wagashi, Japanese Desserts, Japanese Sweets, Wagashi Japanese
Wagashi – Edible Japanese Art A fun fact about traditional Japanese sweets. Each piece invokes and tells a story!
I adore Japanese treats. Especially the seasonal wagashi. It differs by season, town, bakery and more. Japan is a foodie paradise.
Wagashi: A traditional Japanese confection, made of mochi, bean paste and fruit, which evolved into an art form. #Japanese #food
Wagashi are a traditional Japanese confection made of mochi, bean paste and fruit. Japanese dessert.
Try wagashi in Japan. Wahashi: A traditional Japanese confection, made of mochi, bean paste and fruit, which evolved into an art form.
WOW. Wagashi: A traditional Japanese confection, made of mochi, bean paste and fruit, which evolved into an art form. http://blogs.sfweekly.com/foodie/2009/09/minamoto_kitchoan.php
Japanese Wagashi Confectionery Sweet Dessert Food Art
wagashi Japanese sweets