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Dukes and Duchesses: A Peppermint Serving Tray - Made mine with red mints and learned the hard way NOT to use the fat free mints from the dollar store -

Learn the secrets to making a serving plate from candy canes at http://www.vegetablefruitcarving.com/blog/christmas-candy-platters

Video & recipe for making colorful festive Christmas candy platters. Detailed instructions show how to make bowls & plates and how to avoid mistakes.

Peppermint Candy Trays - and fluted bowls too! - Mrs Happy Homemaker

Peppermint Candy Trays - and fluted bowls too! - Mrs Happy Homemaker- bake at 350 min on parchment paper.

peppermint candy dish - instructions at this website: http://tuttobellablog.com/2011/12/19/diy-serving-tray-2/

peppermint candy dish - instructions at this website: http://tuttobellablog.com/2011/12/19/diy-serving-tray-2/

Peppermint Serving Trays! Preheat 350. Arrange mints on lined cookie sheet. Bake until just melted, about 9-10 min.  Let cool completely and store at room temperature, covered.The candies after melting. You can give them a texture while they’re still warm.  For candy ornament, check after 2-3 min.  Spray the tip of a skewer and poke a hole in the top of the candy cane right after it comes out of the oven if you want to hang it on the tree.

Peppermint Serving Trays! Preheat 350. Arrange mints on lined cookie sheet. Bake until just melted, about 9-10 min. Let cool completely and store at room temperature, covered.The candies after melting. You can give them a texture while they’re still warm. For candy ornament, check after 2-3 min. Spray the tip of a skewer and poke a hole in the top of the candy cane right after it comes out of the oven if you want to hang it on the tree.

Peppermint Candy Christmas Ornaments - These edible ornaments are so simple and thrifty. You could make a dozen ornaments at just a dollar per bag of peppermints!

Peppermint Candy Christmas Ornaments ~ What a Cute and simple idea for Christmas present toppers or small gifts from the kids! From: Hello Homebody

Edible Peppermint Serving Tray/Bowl Line a cookie sheet or pizza pan with parchment paper or non-stick foil and arrange the candies in your preferred design, leaving about 1/4 inch space between each candy to allow for spreading.   350 degrees for 10-12 minutes.   Leave flat or use bowl for a mold.

Edible Peppermint Serving Tray/Bowl

Edible Peppermint Serving Tray/Bowl Line a cookie sheet or pizza pan with parchment paper or non-stick foil and arrange the candies in your preferred design, leaving about 1/4 inch space between each candy to allow for spreading. 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes. Leave flat or use bowl for a mold.

We had our book club meeting this week and you would think that I found out that Santa Claus is real.  Mrs. P (she’s in my book club and she lets me put stuff on her door) pointed out that Sue was serving us cookies on a real peppermint plate.  Stop the presses!  Forget book...Read More »

Starlight Peppermints

Starlight peppermint bowls and plates! Melt candy in flat circle, remove from oven. Place over parchment covered bowl. Use butter knife to fold into shape.

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