Let's end the week with some sweet ideas.
These Christmas candy crafts are easy to make
and fun for little ones who want to help.
Guess what's under this Christmas tree -
an ice cream waffle cone on a cookie!
Hershey's Kisses, a little pink felt and a pair
of googly eyes - boom! a Christmas mouse!
Sugar cookies with pretzel ears are salty and sweet.
Arrange 5 peppermints on a slightly greased aluminum pan;
bake at 250 degrees until they just barely begin to melt; remove
from oven and add your own candy decorations.
Who doesn't love Rice Krispy treats?!
Honey Graham bears, mini-Snickers, and tiny candy
canes were used to create these bears in sleds.
Nutter Butter cookies, pretzels, red M&Ms and chocolate
chip morsels make delicious no-bake treats.
How about a candy kabob?!
Construction paper, stove pipe cleaners and a glue stick are all you need
to make these candy bar wrappers for neighbors and co-workers.
A chocolate covered marshmallow reindeer
with tiny pretzel antlers - precious!
To make these snowmen, barely dampen the marshmallows,
roll them in super fine sugar, stick them together with toothpicks,
add candy eyes and a Rolo hat.
No matter which sweet treats you make, the
most important ingredient is laughter!