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  • npr girl

    DIY serving tray for Christmas made out of peppermints. Might be this years holiday gift with cookies for families!! -- that pinner has a great idea!!

  • Elizabeth Simon

    What a sweet gift idea.. so doing this for Christmas of 2013!! ; Peppermint candy serving tray

  • Jaymee Penrose

    Serving Tray for Christmas made out of peppermints. DIY serving tray Dec 19th, 2011 @ 09:05 am › jodi ↓ Skip to comments I am officially obsessed with these candy serving trays… and guess who I got the idea from?! Hosea Rosenberg, founder and chef of BlackBelly Catering. Yes, he’s also the Top Chef Season 5 winner Jenna and I met him at Anne Be’s Five party a few weeks ago, and he was kind enough to share this creative idea with me! {Thanks, Hosea!} This DIY serving tray is adorable to serve your holiday cookies, apps or drinks! It’s an easy {and cheap} way to add a little something extra to your holiday treats. Hosea’s beautiful creation at Five: Mint Serving Tray You’ll need: mints {we bought mints from Candy Warehouse} a cookie sheet parchment or wax paper {I used wax paper, but heard parchment paper works better!} your oven How To: 1. Heat oven to 350 degrees 2. Place wax paper on cookie sheet 3. Arrange mints in any design you wish on top of wax paper or parchment paper on a cookie sheet {allowing extra room on the sides} 4. Bake for approximately 8-10 minutes 5. Take out and allow to cool on cookie sheet {cools in approximately 5 minutes} 6. Remove wax paper from bottom {be careful, tray is fragile and breaks easily} Voila! A beautiful serving tray!

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This is absolutely amazing! who knew that some simply melted candy could make such a beautiful serving tray! I have to try this next time I go to my sister-in-law's, she will LOVE it.

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Definitely trying this! Such a cute serving tray idea for Christmas parties!