Snow Days

Too cold to go outside?  Keep toasty warm indoors while making these "cool" and cute treats!

Make Olaf from Frozen!  Super cool treat that's easy to make - get my directions here.

Snow globe moon pies couldn't be easier to make!  For my tutorial, click here.

Super cute polar bear peanut butter cups!  This un-bearably cute treat can be found in my book, "Sweet Treats for the Holidays" along with so many other winter themed desserts!  Purchase your copy on here.

White chocolate dressed up all cute like.  I took 2 white chocolate Lindor truffles and attached them with a little melted white chocolate.  Then I drew in the face with an edible marker, added sprinkles on the face, body and large confetti sprinkles for the earmuffs.  I piped blue icing for the top of the earmuffs.  Finally I added a little scarf around him made of a fruit roll up and added snowflake sprinkles to his earmuffs for cute details

Make this wintery NO-BAKE cake pop by following this tutorial here.

This little snowman, er um, snowmouse was made out of a Lindt white chocolate truffle and a Jordan almond.  I sprayed pearl food coloring mist on the truffle to give it shine and then added the jordan almond, Smarties for ears, chinese noodles for arms and sprinkles all using melted white chocolate.  You do have to hold the ears and arms into place until the chocolate sets, so it does take a little patience.  The trees are Jet-Puffed christmas marshmallows that I decorated with sprinkles.  Frost the cupcakes using white buttercream and dip them into sugar sprinkles  and add snowflake sprinkles and you have a yummy little winter wonderland!