If you are a frequent reader of our blog, then you’ve probably seen these Whirly Pops mentioned once or twice before. That’s because I simply can’t get enough of them – they are AMAZING! Not only are these the most beautiful – dare I say, perfect – candy to look at, but they are simply delicious. They come in so many flavors and all are mouthwatering and a perfect tasty.
Summer camp season is here, which means kids all over the country are packing their duffle bags, sleeping bags, and camp supplies and heading off for 1, 2 or sometimes many weeks of the summer to fun and exciting camps all over the country. Now is the time where parents need to be planning what goodies to include in the mid-camp supply package to be shipped off to your kids..
Ok, so this post is a little different than usual. Normally I like to write about how much I love eating candy and all of the delicious kinds of themed candy buffets you can create, but today we’re highlighting those special art projects made from – you guess it – candy! I saw these photos online this morning of Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin, created completely out of Nerds candy.
Wow – I flipped out when I saw these amazing cocktail recipes on Pizzazzerie.com, creatively using Pop Rocks on the glass rim instead of salt or sugar. We’ve done several candy cocktail themed posts recently and I couldn’t believe that I hadn’t thought of this! (FYI: Past posts are “Summertime Recipes to Make with Candy” and “Candy Cocktails“.) Pop Rocks are among everyone’s favorite childhood candies – they’re tasty and.
Summertime is often when companies and businesses have their corporate picnics and outings to show their employees how much they are appreciated. One of the greatest things at these events – at any event, really – is the ice cream sundae station. How much fun is it to make your own ice cream sundae with all of the toppings of your choice and to not have to pay crazy per-topping.
As promised in last Friday’s post about Girl Baby Shower Candy Buffets, we’re wrapping up the trio of baby shower buffet blog posts with some candy ideas for a gender neutral showers. Yellows, greens, and soft pastels (you can even throw in a little blue and pink into the mix) generally round out the gender neutral color palette. Don’t worry though – even though we’ve covered blue, pink and neutral.
Although summer doesn’t officially start for another 6 days, we’re feeling the heat and the need to cool off from the hot sun with a sweet afternoon snack. Here are three excellent recipes that are easy and delicious! (All recipes are from BrightIdeas.com) Rainbow Jelly Cups with Starbursts! Ingredients: 15 STARBURST® Brand Fruit Chews, a single flavor/color 1 1/2 cup evaporated milk 1 envelope powdered unflavored gelatin (1/4 ounce gelatin.
What can be a more fun summer candy than Tung Toos Tongue Tattoos! These delicious and amazing product come in 6 different flavors: Chillin Cherry, Rockin Razzzzzberry, Sour Strawbelicious, Wacky Watermelon, Laughin Lemonade, Painfully Puckering Apple. Here’s how they work: 1. Stick out tongue 2. Place Tong Too flat on tongue 3. Hold for 1-2 seconds, no longer 4. Lift tatoo off (try not to smudge) 5. Check out image.
Last week we offered some tips on what candy would make an excellent Baby Boy Shower Candy Buffet, featuring yummy candies in blue hues, and since that color scheme is only good for about 50% of baby showers, we want to offer some tips for Baby Girl Shower Candy Buffets! Stay tuned for next week and we’ll give some great tips for those showers where the baby’s gender is a.
It’s chocolate. It’s peppermint. It’s delicious! Thanks to Seinfeld, Junior Mints will forever go down in pop culture history as the delicious chocolate, peppermint candies loved by Kramer and accidentally dropped into someone’s abdominal cavity during surgery. But Junior Mints were around long before Seinfeld solidified their place in candy aisles for years to come. Here’s a brief history of Junior Mints: The name of the product is a pun.