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    Cookie Cutter Brownies

    Brownies gone festive! To create these Christmas Tree Brownie Pops, prepare your favorite mix in a square baker and let cool completely. To create brownie triangles, cut a straight line about two inches from one side. Cut the remaining brownie into 2 equal rows, then cut each row into triangles. Add a candy cane stick for the tree stem and trim with your favorite sprinkles and mini candies to customize each tree!

    Everyones seen those pins and posts about using cups to serve cupcakes at bake sales, etc and Ive never been able to get it to work because once you ge the cupcake in you cant get it out without a handful or icing and making it look gross. Check this out!! Such a better idea!

    Definitely doing this for Christmas! Ornament Cake Balls....cute!

    No bake s'mores cake.

    All you need are Christmas cookie cutters, pizza dough and your favorite toppings!

    Santa brownies

    Christmas cookie ties?

    easy santa hat

    Hot cocoa stir sticks..soooo good! This will be done at Christmas time!!

    Make Marshmallow Snowflakes- these would be super cute at the Hot Chocolate Bar. A lot nicer than boring ol' store bought marshmallows that always seem to taste funny...

    Reeses Lovers Heaven-Preheat oven to 350; smoosh 1.5 squares of break apart refrigerated cookie dough into the bottom of each well. Place a Reeses cup upside down on top of cookie dough. Top with prepared box brownie mix, filling 3/4 full. Bake for 18 minutes

    (kids will love) Pancake Bites. Use your favorite pancake mix, pour into muffin tins, add fruit, nuts, sausage, bacon, chocolate chips, etc. Bake at 350 for 12-14 minutes.

    20 Christmas Morning Breakfast Recipes-Overnight and Crock Pot Recipes-Sweet and Savory

    Tin foil, lemon, salmon, butter – Wrap it up tightly and bake for 25 minutes at 300 °- was soooo yummy and moist!!

    Cute idea for Christmas goody gifts

    Christmas party drink

    (link) Broken Glass Jell-o ~ This is the coolest Jello idea! Although it takes planning ahead for the Jello to cool, it's easy & creative! Create a holiday jello by using festive colors; red, white & blue for The 4th of July; red & green for Christmas, pastels for Easter, etc. ~ be creative in making shapes, too. Use specialty pan/dish shapes or cookie cutters for a specific holiday. (bundt pan for wreath; heart-shape for Valentines) ~ for more great PINs w/good links visit Donna Johnisee, have fun!