Easy & Yummy Christmas Party Treats

Back at it again with the Pinterest inspired creations! Lol omg you guys these Christmas treats are honestly the best thing ever. I have been wanting to do a baking post for awhile and I thought what better time to make one than during C H R I S T M A S time! They are so easy to make. Im all about easy recipes, I mean it is also fun to make things from scratch but if you’re a last minute person like me then these are perfect for you! I scrolled through my Pinterest and picked out these 3 treats to share with you all! Whether you’re going to a Christmas party or having a Christmas dinner I hope these will give you some inspiration. I want to thank my wonderful mother to for helping me with these! Couldn’t have done it without her! I will have the original recipes on my Pinterest! Enjoy loves!!

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Chocolate Dipped Candy Cane Marshmallows

Here is what you’ll need

– Crushed Candy canes

– Mini Candy Canes

– Jumbo Marshmallows

– Melting Chocolate

 

These were super easy and took maybe about 10-15 minutes to make.

• I started off by melting the chocolate in the microwave for 60 seconds (The chocolate that I bought was from Walmart, CandiQuik)

• Dip the marshmallows into melted chocolate.

• Sprinkle with crushed candy canes.

• Top it off with the mini candy canes and you have the finished result!

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Peanut Butter Reindeer Cookies

Here is what you’ll need

– Peanut butter cookie dough

– Pretzels

– Mini chocolate chips

– M&M’s

Start off by pre heating your oven to 350.

•Roll the cookie dough in a little ball. About a tablespoon full and place on a cookie tray 1 inch apart.

• Sprinkle the top of the rolled cookie dough with sugar and then make an off center indent on the cookie with your finger.

• Place cookies in oven for 9 minutes.

• After they are done let them sit for a few minutes then start placing the chocolate chips as eyes, M&M’s for the nose and pretzels as the antlers.

• You then have your Rudolph reindeer cookies!

• Cookie’s For Santa box is from Michaels.

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 Santa Hat Brownies

Here is what you’ll need

– Brownie Mix

– Strawberries

– White Frosting

Pre heat oven to 325

• I am pretty sure everybody has used or heard of the good old Betty Crocker mix. They are always ready with those how to instructions for the baking process so I will just leave it at that lol.

• Cut the top of the strawberries to form the red hat look.

• Take frosting and scoop into a baggy to use as a piping bag. [little tid bit for you(; ]

• Form a small circle onto a brownie square then place the strawberry on top then add a little drop on tip of strawberry to complete the santa hat and you’re done!

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1 Comment

  1. Mim December 10, 2016 / 6:31 pm

    Great Ideas. I Love The recipes.

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