Sunday, December 6, 2009

Snowman and Reindeer Treats

Um, excuse me? Did someone order the Cute Holiday Treat ideas with a side of You can do this?

Ultimate Hot Chocolate from Our Best Bites
I will put this one in my giant mug. Like the one from "So I Married an Axe Murderer."


Peppermint Whipped Cream from Make and Takes
Is it possible to have a crush on a topping? I think I'm in love!

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Snowman Donuts from Creative Holiday Gift Ideas
Love, love that carrot nose! Too cute!


Melting Snowmen Cookies from The Decorated Cookie
I died laughing when I saw this.


Marshmallow Snowmen from Speckled Egg
I love marshmallow. I love it even more covered in chocolate!


Reindeer Cupcakes from Homemaking Fun
So cute, except I'm not sure the Flipz would last long enough for me to decorate.


Reindeer Pops from Bakerella
On Dasher, On Dancer, On Prancer and Vixen I've got to go now, some of these I am fixin!

Santa's Reindeer Pops

You know me, I'm all about the treats! And if they have a holiday theme, even better! I think I need some of that peppermint whipped cream stat! Have you had peppermint ice cream with hot fudge? It is a holiday tradition at my house and it is delish!

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4 Comments:

Colette said...

When I first saw the title of the post I thought you might include some snowman/reindeer poop. I got this one year and it made me laugh. For snowman poop you put mini marshmallows in a baggie with a poem:
I hear you've been naughty,
So listen...here's the scoop!
Instead of getting coal this year,
You get Snowman Poop!
There's also some poems for reindeer poop (Christmas colored M&Ms or chocolate chips, or whatever) at http://www.sawyers-specialties.com/poops/Holiday-Poop-Candy-Treat.php

Kasey Hunt said...

Thanks for sharing. I'll have to keep those in mind for next year. I love exploring new blogs, the things I find/ learn. Merry Christmas from K-zoo, MI.

Bridget said...

Love the donut snowmen! Do you know what was used for the noses? I'd like to make them for a class party.

bridgetschopp@gmail.com

Angell @ Passionate and Creative Homemaking said...

I featured this today on my Christmas in July Celebration!

http://passionateandcreativehomemaking.blogspot.com/2012/07/day-12-christmas-in-july.html

I have a featured button that you're welcome to!!