Thursday, December 31, 2020
Happy New Year Candy Clocks!
Thursday, December 24, 2020
Marshmallow Christmas Yule Logs
I used: marshmallows, chocolate coating, holly and berry sprinkles, lollipop sticks, and a dinner fork to make the "bark"
Insert lollipop stick into two marshmallows. Cut tip off another marshmallow and attach the sticky side to the top marshmallow.
Dip in melted chocolate and place on parchment. Let sit just until chocolate begins to set and then drag the tines of the fork through it to resemble tree bark.
Attach holly and berry sprinkles and sit back and sing a few Christmas carols..'cause now you're done!
Go ahead and make some! "Yule" be glad you did!
These little Christmas cuties would make for some sweet little table favors at your holiday meal!
Way down here in Atlanta, we may get a few snow flurries on Christmas morning! That is a very rare occurrence around here and it would sure help our chances of burning a real yule log!
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas!
Thanks for stopping by.
'til we sweet again, Karen 💗
Thursday, December 10, 2020
Disney Sweets and Christmas Treats!
We went to Disney and ate the World!
Christmas is my favorite time of the year! And y'all know I love some Disney and of course all things sugary! So won't you join me on our sweet adventure?!
Y'all! Disney bakers! They create some of the most fun snacks and treats you ever did see and I couldn't wait to get my hands on a few. Here is just a small sampling of their many offerings! Eight to be exact!
We begin with the very festive Mickey's Holiday Cookie.
I found this one in Disney's Hollywood Studios at Rosie's All-American Cafe for $4.99.
It's a vanilla butter cookie covered in a red tinted white chocolate with sugar snowflakes.
It was okay. Kind of bland really. In fact, I ate only one ear and ending up tossing the rest. I would have saved it for the grandkiddos to try, but they were all on the Tower of Terror ride with Pawpaw, my hands were freezing (yes it can get cold in Florida), and I had no container for it.
But it is a lovely cookie and super Christmassy!
This little-it's actually huge-beauty can be yours by visiting Karamell-Kuche in the Germany pavilion in EPCOT.
This Gingerbread Salted Caramel Buttercream Cookie Sandwich sells for $5.99.
If I liked gingerbread I would have loved this cookie! It had the perfect moist and chewy texture with a delicious caramel frosting filling. If you like gingerbread, this one is for you!
Well, that's all there is and there ain't no more!
Until we return to Disney, that is!
Hope you all enjoyed our trip down Sweet Street, USA! See ya real soon!
'til we sweet again, Karen💗