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Elf Donuts from Cheerios

Paint the Cheerios with some honey, than drop in a brown paper bag with powdered sugar. For chocolate donuts simply place one mini chocolate chip upside down in the Cheerios and warm in the microwave for 2 seconds. Then sprinkle on the small decorations.

 

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Wedding & Valentine Lace Cookies

 
Today I will show you my vintage wedding dress cookie …
 
I worked with royal icing 
 
and used #1, #3, #97 and # 233 tip.
 
 
 

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Best Dressed Gingerbread Men & Women

You’ll find a whole slew of ways at:  www.foodnetwork.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Rudolph’s Nose~Cookie on a Stick

 

The plan was,  I was going to make Rudolph nose cookies (on a stick) for all of my munchkins when they were here at Thanksgiving, take a photo, post it here, and maybe even make it into a Christmas card.  That was the plan, but somehow when everyone converges on my home, many of my well-laid plans fly out the proverbial window. Of course I remembered my idea after 6/8 of the munchkins returned to Texas and Nevada:(  Sigh.

Now onto the easiest cookie on-a-stick ever…

I used a sugar cookie dough, rolled it out, grabbed a small (1.5-inch) biscuit cutter and went to town cutting out reindeer noses. I then inserted popsicle sticks and baked them. When cooled, they were iced using red (AmeriColor Super Red soft gel food paste) tinted royal icng.  While the icing was still wet I sprinkled on red decorating sugar. Let dry completely.  

That’s all there is to it! I told you it was easy~peasy:)

How cute would these Rudolph Nose cookies on-a-stick be for a party favor or photo-op? As you can see,  very cute!

Source: www.munchkinmunchies.com

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Christmas Pudding Cookies

Christmas Pudding Cookies

We’re bringing this medieval tradition to the 21st century! Soft marshmallow cookies topped with almond bark and candies combine to create a melt-in-your-mouth taste that’ll make your taste buds stand up and sing carols for more.

Ingredients

  • Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Cookies
  • White Chocolate Almond Bark
  • Green Gumdrops
  • Red Cinnamon Imperials

Directions

  1. Melt the white chocolate almond bark according to the directions on the package.
  2. Place the melted white chocolate almond bark into a Ziploc® plastic bag making sure bag is securely closed. Cut a small hole in one tip of the plastic bag.
  3. Pipe the melted white chocolate almond bark onto the chocolate covered marshmallow cookies. (Caution: bag may be hot from the melted almond bark!)
  4. Cut the green gumdrops into fourths. Use the melted white chocolate almond bark to adhere the green gumdrops and red cinnamon imperials to the cookies. Allow time for the almond bark to set.

Source:  www.freefunchristmas.com

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Christmas Tree Cones

Christmas Tree Cones

What’s Christmas without a tree? Now you can make sure all your family, friends and holiday party guests can get a taste of that timeless Christmas tradition with these easy-to-make Christmas tree cones. Try letting everyone decorate their own tree so each treat is one-of-a-kind!

Ingredients

  • Sugar Cones
  • Green Gel Food Coloring
  • White Frosting
  • Sprinkles
  • Candy

Source:  www.freefunchristmas.com

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Sweet Sugarbelle’s Chistmas Cookie Ideas

Source: http://www.sweetsugarbelle.com

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