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20 Christmas Treat/Gift Ideas

Now that Thanksgiving has passed, I feel justified in thinking about Christmas.I LOVE Christmas! It is my favorite holiday! Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or something else, the season is wonderful, people seem to extra cheery and happy, there is always great food to be had, and exciting...
  • Michella Thompson

    { Snowman Donuts } Mini donuts with candy corn noses and frosting eyes (or mini chocolate chips)

  • Erin Hughes

    powdered donuts, candy corn, mini chocolate chips. perfect for the kindergarten christmas party!

  • Kwayy Loso

    Snowmen donuts  you need to make these Snowman Mini Donuts are mini powdered donuts, mini chocolate chips, orange candy and white frosting. The orange candy is for the nose. I used orange Mike and Ike Candies. You could use an M&M, Skittle, or candy corn. Stick the orange candy into the hole of the mini powdered donut. The mini chocolate chips are for the eyes and mouth.

  • Cindy Schaibley

    Mini donut snowmen (powdered donut with mini chocolate chips and carrot or candy corn)

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