By Courtney Dial Whitmore
Another artistic favourite from the writer of Push-up Pops and Pizzazzerie.com
Candy Making for children is an artistic and enjoyable publication packed with easyto-follow sweet recipes for children. From conventional favorites comparable to toffee and fudge to whimsical creations equivalent to sweet caterpillars and sweet play-dough, young ones of every age will totally love those scrumptious and lovable treats. excellent for children’s events, vacation events, packaging up for neighbors, or just having fun with at domestic, those recipe rules are bound to develop into a kin favorite!
With a love of wonderful and a historical past in advertising and marketing, Courtney Dial Whitmore has turn into a widely known stylist and blogger within the box of celebration layout and wonderful. Her services has been obvious in HGTV.com, Nashville existence journal, girls domestic magazine, AOL’s DIY existence, Get Married journal, MarthaStewart.com, and extra. additionally the writer of Push-up Pops, Courtney writes for Disney, The Huffington put up, SHE is aware, and extra way of life courses. She at present is living in Nashville, Tennessee, together with her husband.
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Think outside the “box” and try packaging candies in cellophane bags, mason jars, coffee mugs, tin cans, etc. Bows are my favorite! Whether they’re natural raffia or bold grosgrain, bows add that finishing touch to any gift. ) Trim down a full graham cracker cookie in half for a small sled (2-1/2 x 2-1/2 inches) or cut down only a small amount for a medium sled (2-1/2 x 4 inches). Melt white chocolate bark coating in microwavable bowl until smooth. Dip graham cracker cookie (sled) into melted white chocolate until coated on both sides.
Spooky Halloween Ghosts Makes 10 to 12 ghosts 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, room temperature 1 (7-ounce) jar marshmallow fluff 1 pound powdered sugar 2 tablespoons black frosting Mix together butter, marshmallow fluff and powdered sugar in electric mixer. Beat until smooth. Add more powdered sugar until soft, moldable texture forms. Mold ghost shapes with hands or fill into large plastic bag, cut corner and pipe out ghost shapes. Add eyes and mouth with black frosting. Candy Corn Makes 50 to 60 candy corn 1 (10-ounce) bag miniature marshmallows 1-1/2 pounds powdered sugar 1/4 cup shortening yellow and red food coloring Melt entire bag of marshmallows with 3 tablespoons of water in a microwavable bowl in 30-second intervals until completely smooth.
Use a paintbrush to tap disco dust on balls for a pearl shimmer. Allow to set on parchment paper or store in an airtight container until ready to use. Candy Pizza Makes 8 pizzas 1 cup sweetened flake coconut red and yellow food coloring 1 jar red maraschino cherries 1 jar green maraschino cherries red gum drops black licorice 16 ounces white bark coating 3- and 4-inch cutters Place coconut in a bowl. Add 2 drops of yellow and 1 drop of red food coloring on the coconut and stir until it resembles cheese.