Hot chocolate is the ultimate holiday beverage, loved by people of all ages. This spiked version is heated in a crock pot and contains a touch of alcohol, making it a perfect addition to your holiday parties. This recipe is brought to you by Erin of Food and Femininity, and can be viewed HERE.
Friday, November 28, 2014
I have to say that this is one of the prettiest holiday cocktails I have ever seen. The red and green mingles so well and looks so festive! This little beauty is the creation of Laura from Ring Finger Tan Line. Learn how to make these yourself HERE.
I love festive drinks, and this one is sure to be added to my list of favorites. The rock candy swizzle stick really sets it off. This little glass of holiday cheer was created by Michael of Inspired by Charm. His blog and this delicious recipe can be found HERE.
Monday, November 24, 2014
Now there is a use for all of those left over candy canes! This peppermint fudge would be a nice treat for Christmas, or anytime you find yourself with an abundance of peppermint candy. This is another great recipe from Aimee of Shugary Sweets. You can view the entire recipe on her blog, which can be viewed HERE.
Saturday, November 22, 2014
These no bake cheesecake truffles are so good, and so simple to make. They would make a beautiful addition to your Christmas table. Try using red and green coatings for a festive look. Find the recipe at A Beautiful Mess, which can be found HERE.
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Aside from running blogs, publishing books and working my farm, I am also a product designer for Zazzle. I created this whimsical Christmas gift wrapping set for all of my friends who love pugs. This set includes greeting cards, wrapping paper and gift tag labels. You may purchase these items from my Christmas-themed Zazzle store, The Silver Snowflake, by clicking HERE.
Aren't these cookies gorgeous? They taste even better than they look. These would be perfect for a holiday cookie exchange. Sally from Sally's Baking Addiction has created this wonderful recipe, and has posted it to her blog, which can be viewed HERE.
You leave a plate of cookies out for Santa every year, but do you ever stop to think that maybe his reindeer get hungry too? It is such fun to make this reindeer chow with your children. Dana from This Silly Girl's Life has the complete recipe on her blog, which can be viewed HERE.
What a fun way to get your kids involved in making decorations! These are sure to be cherished by parents and grandparents for many years to come. These cute ideas are courtesy of Nicole from Pinkie for Pink. Visit her blog for the complete tutorial HERE.