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  1. 1st …..spread a small amount of chocolate frosting on two mini candy canes.
  2. Then …..cut the miniature candy bar in 1/2
  3. Add your miniature candy bar and put a little teddy graham in between.
  4. Let it sit overnight
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It has been a while

I miss ya’ll.

It started out with me just being too busy to come and post. Between home life, dealing with my  hubby,my  kid, the kids sports, the kids school events, my school, and work I just had no time.

Then, (deep sigh) I had a death in my family. My oldest brother got killed 😦 D=, it happened the day after my 30th birthday on black Friday, which was the day before his daughter 11th birthday...SIGH .. So, November and December were not my months.

So, I have been pretty busy. I am apologizing, I have a lot of great post just like my old page..

 

Be Blessed Edna Moore-Washington 

 

multitasking

Witch hat cookies

Posted: October 6, 2011 in Cooking, D.I.Y, Food
32
Hershey’s® Kisses® brand milk chocolates, unwrapped
1
package (11 1/2 ounces) fudge-striped shortbread cookies (32)
1
tube (4.25 ounces) orange or red decorating icing
  1. Attach 1 chocolate candy to chocolate bottom of each cookie, using decorating icing.
  2. Pipe decorating icing around base of milk chocolate candy.
Makes 32 cookies

Pink Pops

Posted: October 5, 2011 in Cooking, Food
I’m having a party and thought this would be cute for it; this treat that is super easy, and perfect to send along with your little sweeties to share with their friends. I’ve made them several times (and for different holidays by simply changing the sprinkles) after seeing the idea several years ago on Grace Violet.
All you need…
One bag of Strawberry Marshmallows
Chocolate
Sprinkles
Lollipop sticks
Small cellophane bags (if you want to wrap them up)
~ Directions ~
1.  Push a lollipop stick into each marshmallow.
2.  Melt some chocolate (chocolate chips are not recommended)  I usually use Ghirardelli chocolate (found in the baking aisle).  You will probably need 4-8 oz. of chocolate, depending on how many marshmallows you dip.
3.  Dip one marshmallow at a time into the chocolate.
4.  Allow excess chocolate to drip off, then sprinkle your choice of sprinkles onto the chocolate.
5.  Set the marshmallow pop (stick down) in a mug to allow the chocolate to set (you can put the mug of pops in the fridge or freezer for a few minutes)
6.  Once the chocolate is set, if desired, wrap each pop in a small cellophane bag.
7.  Share with friends =)