I’ve written a few of posts about Cadbury Creme Eggs in the past. Don’t believe me? Here are the links: Cadbury Creme Egg Dessert Recipes and Cadbury Creme Egg Cupcake Recipe. We also gave away a whole case of Cadbury Creme Eggs last year in one of our Easter contests. But one thing I’ve never written about is the Creme Egg’s little brother, the Chocolate Creme Egg. Many people don’t.
With the popularity of AMC’s Mad Men (it comes back next month – NEXT MONTH! Whooo-hooo!) there have been a TON of Mad Men and 60s themed events, which is so much fun. What’s cooler than everyone dressing up in classic 60′s garb, drinking vodka gimlets and eating shrimp cocktail? Not much, am I right? So, if you’re planning on throwing a Mad Men Returns party, or any other kind.
I’m always on the lookout for stylish new cookie and candy jars, so when I find them I love to share them here. These jars not only look great on your countertop, they’re also useful for candy buffets and parties! First up, from PerpetualKid.com is this amazing glass jar that looks like an unzipped ziplock bag. That’s right, just see for yourself how cool this thing is. Best news, this.
I have a new favorite recipe blog – it’s called CookiesAndCups.com and it has the most amazing, delicious recipes on it. Just look at this one here for Candy Pie! And did I mention the photos? I mean, some recipe blogs can have the best recipes but really bad photos, but not this one. These are so pretty I could almost eat them! This recipe for candy pie calls for.
I just love dipping things in chocolate, don’t you? That’s why I love chocolate melts, yummy little chocolate wafers that are super easy to melt down and dip, dunk, drizzle or douse other yummy goodies in. Today’s post is all about chocolate melts and we have three great recipes that all use chocolate melts (or some form of melted chocolate) that will awaken your taste buds on this cold February.
Ohhh, I just get so excited when I see parties where the theme is simply “candy.” This Sweet Shoppe Candy Party from Kara’s Party Ideas is exactly that and I LOVE IT! And, in styling this party Kara selected a wonderfully colorful array of candy. I think one of my favorite things in this party is the bunting that is lined with candy necklaces – how inventive! I also adore.
How chic and glamourous is this silver and white themed party? Jenni Raulli of Bloom Designs really outdid herself when throwing this 25th birthday for her sister, Nicole. What a sweet thing for a sister to do, right? In addition to the awesome dessert table, there was a champagne bar with OJ, cranberry juice, Chambord and sugar sticks for fun mixers, as well a lots of yummy sweets. If you’re.
Did you know that in February there are a number of lesser known holidays and national awareness days that you can celebrate? We’re particularly interested in ones that have to do with candy, so here’s a list of some other ways to celebrate your sweet tooth this month. February 15: National Gum Drop Day – Get out your Candyland board game and play a round or two in honor of.
I was browsing through In Katrina’s Kitchen today when I came across this AMAZING recipe for Chocolate Chip Cookie Cheesecake. Just take a look at these photos – don’t they look delicious? The fluffy no-bake cheesecake is making my mouth water and the photo with the hot chocolate sauce drizzled over the top is just sinful! Take a look for yourself: For the recipe (and some pretty witty blogging) go.
It seems like the internet is abuzz with adorable and delicious Valentine’s Day treats for people of all ages. From special drinks, to chocolates, to party ideas, there is just no shortage of V-Day ideas out there. That’s why today (while there is still time to plan your special Valentine’s Day) we’re showing you 3 of our favorite ideas out there right now. 1. Love Potion Floats from Pizzazzerie.com. Take.