Tuesday, 20 December 2016

RUDOLPH CHRISTMAS COOKIES


Christmas is going to be here so soon!  Can you believe it is only five more days until christmas?! So I wanted to share with you lovely readers this quick and easy and very fun to do with kids; Rudolph Christmas cookies! I made a quick and easy video for this recipe too! Check it out HERE


PREP TIME: 25 MINUTES | COOK TIME: 10 MINUTES | DIFFICULTY: EASY 

RUDOLPH CHRISTMAS COOKIES INGREDIENTS 

❄︎ 1 X 250g packet Arnott's butternut snap cookies
❄︎ 1/3 cup, cream
❄︎  200g milk or dark chocolate, chopped
❄︎ 65g unsalted butter, chopped
❄︎  11 white marshmallows
❄︎ 21 choc orange balls
❄︎ 42 candy eyes
❄︎ 42 Arnott's chocolate tiny teddy's


Step 1: Place cream, chocolate and butter in a saucepan over very low heat. Stir constantly until melted and smooth. Pour into clean, dry bowl to cool slightly. 

Step 2: Fill biscuit cases with 1 heaped teaspoon of chocolate mixture. 

Step 3: Cut a marshmallow in half. Stick a choc orange ball onto the cut side of the marshmallow. Place gently on the tartlet.  

Step 4: Place candy eyes above.

Step 5: Place tiny teddies face down, feet first gently into the chocolate filling for the antlers.  

Step 6: Refrigerate until set (approx. 40 - 45 mins).

* This recipe was based on; www.arnotts.com.au/recipes



Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! 

Thank you so much for taking the time to read my blog this past year! Looking forward to blogging next year with exciting new content! Thanks for the lovely comments on my blog posts and the new followers I've gain - hope you enjoyed my blog so far! Take care and I'm looking forward to what 2017 brings to you and also too me! 

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Monday, 12 December 2016

GIFT WRAPPING IDEAS


Only twelve more days until Christmas!! 
How exciting and how quick right? There is nothing I love more than getting creative especially when it comes to wrapping up christmas presents for loved ones. Today's blog post is all about gift wrapping - to give you some inspiration when wrapping your gifts! Plain brown paper is a great base for wrapping up presents! You can decorate with stamps, candy canes, little or big DIY ornaments, string, feathers, gift tags etc. 



Have you started on your christmas wrapping? 

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Monday, 5 December 2016

WHITE CHOCOLATE CANDY CANE TRUFFLES


Only 19 more sleeps left until Christmas 2016! How fast is December already going? I know its only been six days but still, time for me is flying by fast. So today I wanted to share with you all this quick and easy white chocolate candy cane truffles recipe - super great to make with the kids and also a nice dessert. I also made a quick video making this recipe - check it out HERE


PREP TIME: 10 MINUTES | REFRIGERATE TIME: 20 MINUTES | DIFFICULTY: EASY 

WHITE CHOCOLATE CANDY CANE TRUFFLES INGREDIENTS 

❄︎ 140g, cream cheese
❄︎ 1 cup, white sugar
❄︎  1 1.4 cup, white chocolate chips, melted
❄︎ 1/2 tsp, peppermint extract
❄︎  1/3 cup crushed candy canes

Step 1: Beat cream cheese and white sugar until smooth.

Step 2: Melt white chocolate chips in microwave, careful not to burn them!

Step 3: Add the melted white chocolate and peppermint extract to cream cheese mixture and beat until smooth and well combined.

Step 4: Cover and refrigerate for about 20 minutes.

Step 5: Use a food scoop (or your clean hands) to measure out chocolate, roll it in between your hands into a smooth ball, then roll in a bowl of crushed candy canes. 

Step 6: Place in mini cupcake liners for a perfect and festive presentation! 

* This recipe was based on; YourCupofCake



Have you ever tried making truffles before? 

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Thursday, 1 December 2016

DIY WASHI TAPE CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS


It is officially the first day of December here in Australia! Just to warn you that this is only just the beginning of Christmas themed posts! Christmas time is usually a time where you find yourself a little more busy then normal. So I wanted to share with you all this quick and easy DIY Washi Tape Christmas ornaments! I had a pack of glass ornaments laying around and I had no clue what to do with them, so i grabbed some washi tape from my favourite store; WASHI TAPE AUSTRALIA - they have the cutest and awesome print and made these christmas ornaments! 


All you need is; 

❄︎ Clear glass ornaments 
❄︎ Washi Tapes

STEP ONE: Cut Your strips of washi tape in shape of a bunting or whichever style you prefer and tape onto the clear glass ornaments. Repeat. 


Ta-da! and your done with making the cutest ornaments ever made in just under 5 minutes! This is a great idea to do with kids over the christmas break! 

Have you started on your Christmas shopping? 

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