Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Teacher Gift Part 2 (Santa Hats)

Santa Chow!!!

I don't remember exactly how I found THIS post, but when I saw it, I KNEW I HAD to make them!!!

Her  How-To called for the candy melts, but I used almond bark and tinted it because that's what I had
(If you know me and there is an option of buying something or being a tight-wad  frugal, I tend to lean on the cheaper side!)

Here we Go!! Let's make us some SANTA HATS!!!



Almond Bark and Red Icing tint (NOT FOOD COLORING, THAT HAS WATER IN IT) or buy the RED candy melts, BUGLES( Caramel or Chocolate Peanut Butter), MINI MARSHMALLOWS, WHITE SPRINKLES(nonpareils)



Melt your almond bark and tint with the red
(When I was melting the almond bark, I added some Crisco so that it wasn't so thick!)




Dip the BUGLES into the melted almond bark and lay out onto waxed paper for about 10 minutes, until they 'set'




Have your marshmallows and nonperils ready





Re-dip the tip in your melted almond bark and stick a marshmallow on
then re-dip the open end in almond bark and dip it in the sprinkles
Lay out on waxed paper to dry

Easy-Peasy! Right?


Bag them up with the Puppy Chow! and give away as SANTA CHOW!







6 comments:

Vicki said...

That is adorable! Who'd a thunk it? lol

Jenna said...

How cute are these. I am hosting a Holiday treats week and would love for you to come join in.

Tina at Mommy's Kitchen said...

Those really are to cute Jess, not to mention yummo good.

shopannies said...

love this idea would be a crowd please for sure so very cute

Amanda Butts said...

And nevermind on what these are, I just didn't look back far enough...oops! I'm definitely making this when I get to my parent's house for Christmas!

Laura said...

Visiting from for the love of blogs fun post. This is totally adorable. What a fun way to jazz up puppy chow to make it feel like a more interesting gift.