An Elf's Guide to Eating During Christmas Season
Candy Strawberries: These are gorgeous little candies with strawberry flavor from gelatin with pecans and coconut. They make a lovely gift or a beautiful addition to a sweets tray.
Candy Bar Pie: Use your favorite candy bar (mine is Snickers!) to make a delightful pie.
Hard Candy: You'll need a candy thermometer to make your own hard candy.
Honey Candy: Try this make-your-own candy recipe at home for a fun project with the kids.
Meltaways: These little dessert candies aren't the best thing for a diet, but they are so sweet and hard to resist!
Candy Cane Cake: Your little elves’ eyes will light up when they see--and taste--this pretty peppermint bundt cake.
Candy Cane Cookies: Perfect for holiday time, these cookies look gorgeous on a platter! Pick a time to do these cookies when you're feeling creative and have patience. It's fun and they are yummy! The end product is worth the trouble.
Peppermint Bark: This is a fun quick and easy Christmas time treat. Everyone loves it and it's cheap and quick to make.
Candy Cane White Fudge: A festive fudge for the holidays and a great way to use up all those leftover candy canes!
Candy Cane Ring Cake: This candy cane ring cake is a great way to celebrate Christmas in a unique way!
Candy Corn Brownie Pizza: This is a fun recipe that the kids can help decorate.
Maple Syrup Cheesecake: This cheesecake recipe uses maple syrup as a sweetener adding that special maple flavoring with it.
Fruit Syrup: You can splash these syrups over ice cream or crushed ice for a chilly summer treat, or use them to flavor a variety of dishes such as soups, wine coolers and punches, smoothies, teas, yogurts, fruit salads or anything else your imagination can conjure.
Molasses Syrup Cookies: Enjoy these sticky sweet cookies with a cup of hot coffee. Dunk those cookies!