Looking for a seasonal treat to make for the upcoming Christmas cookie exchange? These no-bake Snowball Cookie Balls are perfect for sharing - you can make a batch (or two!) with a handful of ingredients.
Santa Hat Pretzels! Take some regular shaped pretzels (easy enough), add some red candy melts here, a marshmallow there, and boom! You've got the cutest bite sized Christmas treat to take to the party.
"These melt in your mouth. The secret is in the beating." Ingredients 1 cup butter 1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 cup confectioners' sugar 12 maraschino cherries Directions Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (180 degrees C.)
Snowball .. I made these at Christmas and tho they were impressive to look at.. I probly won't make them again. The taste was just Eh. And I didn't put them in all the goody bags as I didn't know if they'd hold up!
Julian Michaels' Brownies...make a few tweaks, which ended up making the brownies lower calorie than the original recipe. Did half brown sugar, half honey. Increased cocoa to 1/2 cup. Doubled baking powder and soda. Used I apple (processed) instead of applesauce. Omitted the oil and instead used 1/4 t. vinegar, 1/3 cup buttermilk, and 1/3 cup coffee. I topped the whole dish off with 2 T. chocolate chips and powdered sugar.
how to make a bow step by step for christmas decorating wreaths, christmas decorations, crafts, seasonal holiday decor, wreaths, Step five wrap your loops with string or floral wire You want to fasten the center tightly Don t forget to leave enough string to fasten the bow to the wreath gift mantel bannister wherever you re putting it