It’s a more manageable alternative to the perennial gingerbread house.
It’ll be soft and ready to serve.
Place the eggs in a muffin tray so they do not move around, turn the oven to 325 degrees, and pop in for about 25-30 minutes. Not only are they tastier, but they also are much easier to peel!
Icing, cookies, ice cream, mousse, hot chocolate, cocktail rims are just a few ideas.
Get the full directions here.
Get the full directions here
They’ll get melty once placed into a hot mug of cocoa.
Place in the fridge to harden. Once it’s done, you have a lovely cake decoration.
Pizza is now an official holiday food! And you can feed a multitude by making 3 pizzas in one.
This recipe for crockpot coconut hot chocolate looks amazing.
Use as a cupcake topper, or string them around a cake.
Get the recipe and directions here.
It only requires two other ingredients. Get the directions here.
Requires no cooking on your part!
Watch the video here for the instructions.
A great way to let the kids help.
The items will glide on more easily.
Just use the canned kind for a breakfast that can be prepared in minutes.
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It can be very difficult (and expensive!) trying to get the perfect gingerbread flavor by mixing liqueurs. This one only requires gingerbread flavoring, sweetened condensed milk, water, gelatin and vodka. Get the recipe here.
Easily turn store-bought donuts into fun treats for the kids. Get the directions here.
The dough slides out more easily. This trick comes courtesy of Sweetopia.
Just add shiny peppermint candies to a tray.