I’m always looking for ways to incorporate candy in to other desserts – what could be sweeter, right? So I was delighted when I found this recipe for Butterfinger Cake from The Daily Statesman in Dexter, MO online. It has two of my favorite qualities – candy is involved and it is easy to make. Enjoy! Ingredients 1 Angel Food Cake 6 Butterfinger candy bars 13 oz. marshmallow cream 8.
St. Patrick’s Day fare doesn’t all have to be about Shamrock Shakes and green beer – there are so many other wonderful ways to partake in a gastronomical celebration of the man who drove all the snakes out of Ireland (yup – that was St. Patrick). Here’s an idea for some family fun – who says that only the Easter Bunny can hide candy around your house for your kids.
I heard about this awesome baby shower game that involves my favorite thing – candy! I knew immediately that I must share it here, so here are the instructions. Get a large basket and fill it with the following candy: Mike & Ikes, Milky Way, Baby Ruth, Life Savers, 100 Grand, Runts, Whoppers, Skor, Snickers, 3 Musketeers, and Oh Henry. Everyone gets a pen and a game sheet with the.
Do you ever have a difficult time buying a gift for someone’s 50th birthday? There are the usual gifts – spa vouchers, mani-pedi gift certificates, flowers, photo frames, books, etc. But none of them are as fun or nostalgic as giving someone a collection of retro candies from their past. Many people believe these candies are no longer in production, but they’re mistaken. At SweetCityCandy.com, you can get amazing Old.
A friend recommended a website to me this week, www.Bakerella.com, which has AMAZING yummy recipes, ideas and gorgeous photography of all of her delectable delicacies. After spending an absurd amount of time browsing her sight, I just kept coming back to these Sesame Street Themed Cake Pops. These are so cute and I know my Sesame Street obsessed son would flipout over them. This Bakerella lady is crazy talented..
We just found this awesome recipe on www.TheStarPress.com for Lollipop Cookies and fell in love immediately! This recipe will make about 3 dozen sweet treats and calls for red sprinkles and Red Hots as the embellishment; however, there are so many cool candy treats that you can use to decorate these cookies. With St. Patrick’s Day coming up, you can use Green Apple Jelly Beans or use a green Sour.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, one of the sweetest holiday’s of the year, we are proudly unveiling our new blog design! With this new design, we hope you’ll find it easier to navigate our blog and learn about all the great candy news, ideas and information we love to share. Here are some of our blog’s new features: We’ve added more categories along the top navigation so you can.
A friend of ours recently went to a Jack and Jill party for her friends, and sent us a few photos of the candy bar they had for the guests! Personally, I would have dived straight for the cupcakes and chocolate fountain! Check out what else they had at the candy bar! Don’t forget to have a candy bar at your next party! Perhaps even for that Valentine’s Day party.