Posts Tagged ‘Candy’
Candy cane lollipops are such a clever idea! These were inspired by the One Little Project blog.
They are the perfect holiday party favor or classroom treat, and they taste as good as they look too!
Here's an awesome idea for your Halloween party: serve candy in candy bowls (see what we did there).
Your guests will love this twist. Plus, these white chocolate ghost bowls are simple to make and your kids can even help... unless they start using the water balloons for actual water balloons. Then send them outside.
Check out these free printable classroom Valentines we're giving away designed by Shauna at Ella and Annie Magazine. These are such a fun and easy way to send your kids to school with Valentines for their friends. Come on, who doesn't want to be called a "smarty" while eating candy?
To make these Valentine's Day cards, just download the files, print them out, cut them out, fill them out, then tape a pack of Smarties to the front of the Valentine. It's just that simple. Plus these are great Valentines to give to family members too!
Gemma Touchstone from Gemma's Party Style is here with a quick and easy Halloween candy mix recipe that's simple to make and adds a little scary fun to your party.
This mix is sure to curb your Halloween munchies. Three easy steps - just mix these fun ingredients. I love to make it and the the kids just eat it up!
Virginie, from That Cute Little Cake with a "sweet" way to decorate your Valentine's Day cake. How adorable is this!
I saw a tutorial on Corrina Wraps on how to make washi tape twist ties and had to try it. Turns they are super easy, you can finish them in minutes, and what a great way to tie up gift and favors. I will definitely be doing this in the future.
TIP 1 -- I had to start with the most mouth-watering dish... pulled pork sandwiches with Asian slaw. Since our grill still isn't hooked up, I wanted to come up with an alternative to typical July 4th BBQ food that was equally fun and equally delicious. That's why I thought of pulled pork! Who doesn't like pulled pork?! :)
You will find the recipes at the end of the post. The pork and slaw are both very easy to make, but the pork does take 6-8 hours to cook, so plan ahead if you're considering it.