This cinnamon ornaments recipe is fun and easy to make. They are non-edible but your home will smell so good!
You will need:
1 cup (244 g) Applesauce
1 1/2 c Cinnamon (divided into 1c and 1/2 c)
2 Tbl ground cloves
additional cinnamon for sprinkling
Go to Sweet Treats for the full recipe
Ready for Christmas! This Baileys Chocolate Dessert is delicious and easy to make!
75g digestive biscuits
1 tblsp Nutella
250ml double cream
150g dark chocolate (at least 70%)
60ml Baileys Irish Cream
4 individual meringue nests
Hop on over to My Golden Pear for recipe and full instructions
Use a mirror as a table runner so it will catch the candle light. It look's very elegant don't you think?
Peppermint Candy Cane Dust
- candy canes
- Put candy canes in food processor or magic bullet and pulverize!
So Many Uses!
- Add to your hot cocoa for peppermint cocoa
- Add to your coffee for peppermint coffee
- Add to vanilla icing to make peppermint vanilla icing and use on your cakes and cookies
- Add directly to your cake or cookie batter for peppermint cakes and cookies
- Dip your freshly iced cookies (or chocolate dipped pretzels!) in it for a flavor boost
- Sprinkle on ice cream or yogurt!
You can put the Candy Cane Dust in a beautiful jar and give it as a Christmas present :)
Source Mama Loves Food
The Icelandic Santa clause consists
of 13 brothers. Here are the first four rebels :-)
Icelandic children place a shoe in their bedroom window each evening in the 13 days before Christmas. Every night one santaclaus visits, leaving sweets and small gifts or rotting potatoes, depending on how that particular child has behaved on the preceding day. Each Santa has a specific idiosyncrasy and will therefore behave in a particular manner.
The first one has arrived! Stekkjastaur, or Sheep-Cote Clod, has made his way down from the mountains, peg legs and all…
Giljagaur, Gully Gawk is here! With a reputation for hiding in gullies and waiting for his chance to sneak into the cowshed to steal milk…keep your eyes peeled.
Stúfur or Stubby, is by far the shortest of the Yule Lads. Known for stealing pans to eat the crust out of them!
Þvörusleikir, Spoon Licker, is the fourth Yule Lad to journey down from the mountains! This sticky-fingered troll steals wooden spoons for the sole purpose of licking them...
Source Inspired by Iceland