your tongue to catch the sweet
taste of these snowflake treats.
Snowflake Puff Pastry: Cut thawed, frozen puff pastry sheets with a snowflake or star cookie cutter. Bake in a 400 degree F oven about 10 minutes or until golden. Lightly dip tops of pastries into melted white chocolate and sprinkle with coarse sugar.
down and gobble up their tasty
Edible Place Cards: Using canned frosting, pipe names on purchased rectangular shortbread cookies. Use tweezers to place tiny decorative candies on a dot of frosting in the corners. To make cookies stand upright, use a serrated knife to cut additional cookies into triangular pieces; secure pieces to back of cookie with frosting.
prove that great things really do
come in small packages.
Cupcake "Packages": Frost cupcakes and sprinkle with toasted coconut. Wrap the cupcakes with colorful holiday ribbon to resemble tiny packages. Position a bow on top.
your plates can look like this?
Decorated Dessert Plates: Depending on the plate color, melt regular or white chocolate in a saucepan over low heat. (If desired, tint white chocolate with paste food coloring.) Cool slightly, then pour into a small self-sealing plastic bag. Cut off a tiny corner from the bag. Pipe names or holiday words such as "Joy" or "Noel" along the rim of the plate.