Last week I shared with you 21 homemade Christmas presents to make for teachers and I gather you’ve already made them, like me (*cough, cough*). Here is some inspiration for you and the kids to make for their school friends, Scout and Guide friends, team mates etc. My children usually get given a candy …
Cozy up & celebrate winter with a warm homemade drink for dessert at your next holiday party! These 3 easy twists on the classic Baileys & hot chocolate recipe are perfect to enjoy with friends. Whether you like to make cocoa in a crockpot or stovetop, these generous toppings add the perfect touch of indulgence. Pumpkin spice with a hint of nutella, peppermint with a candy cane garnish, or s'mores topped with marshmallows & graham crackers—pick your favorite & add 1.5oz Baileys per serving.
Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls Recipe ~ My family and friends request these every year for the Holidays and I gladly make them. Only 5 ingredients and they taste like you bought them at a gourmet candy store. They are that delicious! These dessert recipe also make fantastic gifts. Put a few in a cute tin and voila -- a tasty, gorgeous gift from the heart.
It’s easy to put a festive twist on your Christmas dessert tray with a recipe as simple as these Holiday OREO Cookie Balls. With no baking required, these chocolatey bites also make a delicious edible gift idea for your friends and family. And once you get your decorating essentials—like white chocolate, festive sprinkles, and peppermint candies—from Walmart, you’ll be on your way to making these homemade treats in no time.
Here’s a cool idea! I love things like this, a do-it-yourself candy bowl made with simple syrup, food coloring and a balloon. What? This is a really fun project you can do to impress your friends if you’re going to host a party, or it might be a fun activity to do with your children or grandchildren. Press play to learn how to make this beautiful, yet delicate piece of decor.
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FREE Printable Candy Cane Poem! POEM: “Look at the candy cane, what do you see? Stripes that are red like the blood shed for me. White for my Savior who’s sinless and pure! “J” is for Jesus my Lord, that’s for sure! Turn it around and a staff you will see. Jesus my shepherd is coming for me! For sun school kiddos :)