With Halloween right around the corner, it’s time to bring out the treats. These chocolate covered mummy pretzels are anything but scary to make.
- 15 pretzel rods
- Bag of white melting chocolate (10 oz)
- 30 candy eyes
- 1 tube of Betty Crocker white decorating icing
- Melt the chocolate in a bowl in the microwave for 30 seconds
- Remove the chocolate and stir it
- Continue to put it in the microwave for 15 second increments and stirring afterwards until melted
- Dip the top half of the pretzel rods in the chocolate and lay it on a piece of wax paper to dry
- If you want to avoid having a flat backside you can have them dry in a cup instead with the wet part sticking out
- Immediately place the candy eyes on the top center area of the melted chocolate as seen in the picture
- Let it dry and then drizzle on lines of the white decorating icing
- Let entire pretzel dry before moving them
Make sure to open your mouth wide and gobble up all the mummies!
It turns out that today is National Watermelon Day. While yes, watermelon is delicious on it’s own, it’s even better when it’s sitting on top of a cupcake. And actually, it’s even better when your watermelon is made out of pound cake, icing, candy and chocolate!
- 12 mini cupcakes
- A tub of vanilla frosting
- Red food coloring
- A chocolate bar
- 12 green apple Laffy Taffys
- 1 pound cake
- Ice all 12 cupcakes with vanilla frosting
- Cut the pound cake into 12 small triangles with a curved top (matching the shape shown in the picture above)
- Add a drop of red food coloring to 1/2 cup of frosting (keep adding drops until you get desired shade of pink) and mix
- Cover the sides and top of the pound cake triangle with pink frosting
- Put 2 pieces of Laffy Taffy in the microwave for 5 seconds (time with vary by microwave)
- Form the Laffy Taffy to fit on the curved top of the triangle
- Using a knife, cut small rectangular pieces of the chocolate bar off
- Add a few of the chocolate shavings all over the pink frosted body of the watermelon
- Place the watermelon on top of the cupcake and serve
Don’t be afraid to go for seconds, it is National Watermelon Day after all!
These adorable cupcakes can put a smile on anyone’s face. They were served at a child’s birthday party but would work just as well for a picnic at a farm or a rustic barnyard wedding . Children of all ages were horsing around and tweeting for more!
When it comes to holidays, my childhood was filled with holiday themed desserts,
appetizers and party decorations. With July 4th right around the corner, here is
an easy and patriotic dessert for you to bring to the dinner table.
RED, WHITE AND BLUEBERRY CUPCAKES
Container of vanilla frosting
1/2 cup of coconut
Red food coloring
Ice all 12 cupcakes with vanilla frosting
In a small bowl, mix the coconut and red food coloring
Carefully line the cupcakes with rows of red coconut for the stripes (you can
also replace the coconut with red Twizzlers Pull & Peels)
Place a blueberry in the corner
Dot a few dabs of icing on the blueberry to form the stars
We guarantee there won’t be any leftovers…it just wouldn’t be patriotic!