December 22

It is Saturday before Christmas, and I know that many of you are out shopping or traveling, or eating or spending time with family, or all of the above.

In the small sphere in which I travel around the internet, I came across a really cute idea.

I made these for the girls in my AWANA class for this past Wednesday. I think they are the cutest things, and they taste good too.

Reindeer. Aren’t these the cutest things?

You can nuke your white coating non-chocolate stuff, but I did mine on the stove because, well…the girl and I were watching “What Not to Wear” on the internet, and I was killing 2 birds with one stone. Every commercial break, I would get up and stir.

By the end of the show, it was ready to use.

After we were finished seeing that I do indeed dress like a slob, I went out to the kitchen and dumped out my M&M’s. The girl thinks that they look all fun, and happy like this.

I, however, am a bit OCD and like to do this to M&M’s.

It doesn’t hardly take any non-chocolate stuff to fill the inside of the pretzels.

I had some extra non-chocolate stuff left over, so I made

Eggs and bacon. Aren’t they cute?

So, if you are looking for something fun, quick and easy to do with your kiddos over the weekend, make these.

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9 thoughts on “December 22”

  1. Those are just adorable! What is the non-chocolate stuff made of? Is it just regular cake icing? That looks like a fun project to do with the kids!

    It is the white almond bark, candy coating stuff.

  2. The reindeer are really cute! And that is the best way to eat eggs!
    Hubby and I decided to get the grocery shopping done before the rush.It was great!

  3. Those are great!! I wish that I’d thought of that before as they would be fun to make with my Sunday school class tomorrow. I’ll be baking 2 large sugar cookie trees for the class instead and we’ll be making foam ornaments after our Bible story. They will have to have their parents attach a photo to the back of the ornaments.

  4. How cute! I don’t think I can fit yet another great idea into my schedule but I’m going to tuck this one away for next year. The bacon and eggs are great!

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