Saturday, December 11, 2010

Winners!!! Of the Birthday Party Packages

Soooo excited to announce the winners,  such a hard decision, I had to kind of go on the basis of what I want to add to my shop.  So even after that I had , and could only, narrow it down to 3 .  Sooooo ,  I have a Grand Prize winner:   and that is Bake Shoppe Party  for Vanida!
1st Place winner:   Berry Sweet Party for Jessica
2nd Place Winner is:  Alice in Wonderland  for Sheila

What I need from you is  your email ,  emailed to me at  and I will send you a questioner to help me with your party.  And the rest is a surprise to everyone else,  you and I will work together, and then reveal the outcome when your party happens! 

If you didn't win this time,  don't worry,  Anyone having parties in March or April, will have another chance to win, coming January 10th! 

I will have another additional post today with my Christmas countdown,  finally got my blog working again!

Friday, December 3, 2010

Elf Food Day 3 of 12 Days of Christmas

 Well today is day 3 of my 12 Days of Christmas, treats and baking, and today I just had to share a easy, yet super yummy mix.  Elf Food, isn't that the cutest name ever!   I am going to be making tins of it and sending it to my out of town families with the rest of the candy I have been making.   These would also look really cute packaged up for a bake sale, or treats for school! 
All you need to make this yummy mix is:
White Chocolate Pretzels
Yogurt Covered Raisins
White Chocolate Chips
York Peppermint Patties M'M's  ( I used these to add a little color ) 
Mix all together, and  you have Elf Food!

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Rolo Pecan Pretzle Treats! Day 2 of 12 Days of Christmas

Well I am super excited that I finished Day 2 of the 12 Days of Christmas!  I have two candies made now for Christmas Eve, and I have decided to send candy to my family back home, so this is working out perfectly!!    
This  Recipe was found in the Sandra Lee Semi Homemade Nov-Dec 2010 issue.
  Rolo Candy
White Melting Chocolate
Pecan Halves
The directions in the Sandra Lee Semi Home-made said to use the pre-bought pretzels, but I had white melting chocolate on hand so I used that and just dipped my own pretzels.  Once they were dry,  I Preheated the oven to 300* and set one rolo on top of each pretzel.    Put in oven for 3 minutes.

Once you take the pretzels out of the oven quickly push one pecan half down into it.  They harden pretty fast I realized.       When you are down with that,  then just drizzle white chocolate over the top, and chill!   So easy and soooooooo good! 

Please come back tomorrow for another tasty Holiday Treat you can make and share with your family!!!!