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Bugle Bites. Great sweet and salty combination!!

No bake Christmas party treats - Bugle Bites. a bugle, an easy craft, and a sweet treat? i think so.

Peanut Butter filled Bugles dipped in chocolate. mmm, sweet and salty I am thinking christmas yummies. I shall call them elf hats. | adventurefoodzadventurefoodz

Peanut Butter filled Bugles dipped in chocolate. (I use white chocolate) mmm, sweet and salty. Put x-mas color sprinkles on the chocolate and call them elf hats.

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Anyone else ready to prepare for the Holidays? These Christmas Rice Krispie treat pops look perfect for all the holiday parties.

Hershey's Kisses, M's, pretzels - fun to use the colors of your sports team or party theme.

Christmas Treat Inspiration and Recipe Link Party

Holiday Pretzel Treats: Salty pretzels combine with sweet chocolate for these fun treats that make a yummy gift few can resist. Ingredients: Bite-size, waffle-shaped pretzels, Hershey's Kiss or Hershey's Hug, M&M's candy.

Add some Disney flair to your winter festivities with these delicious Mickey and Minnie Mouse holiday cookies.

Mickey & Minnie Peppermint Swirl Cookies

Mickey & Minnie Peppermint Swirl Cookies So pretty! This festive cookie recipe will help your family serve sweet holiday greetings in true "Magic Kingdom" style.

Plump, dried apricots, dipped in rich Venezuelan bittersweet chocolate. Vegan and gluten-free, 4 oz.

Chocolate - Plump, dried apricots, dipped in rich Venezuelan bittersweet chocolate. Vegan and gluten-free, 4 oz.

My sister made these for Christmas. I love them! action_amber

Strawberry Santas-- a cute idea to use fruit dip and strawberries together in a pick up food at Christmastime.

It's all about us: Christmas party food

christmas party- Mini Milky Ways, mini Candy Canes, Tiny Teddies and a little bit of melted chocolate. Use the melted chocolate to glue the Candy Canes to the bottom of the Milky Ways, allow to set. Turn over and gently squish the tiny teddy in the top.

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