Sunday, December 18, 2011

Christmas Candy No Bake Quicky


Have you got a Christmas shin dig coming up this week where you are required to present a plate for the table?  Are you quickly turning into a frazzled  pre Christmas Crazed Chaos magnet, like me?  Do you want to inspire thoughts amongst your circle of Domestic Goddess in your direction?  If you answered yes to any or all of the above, then this no bake Christmas quicky is for you!!!!!


You only need 3 ingredients, a hammer and a zip lock bag.  And preferably a willing Beach House Brat equivalent to assume the smashing position.


Melt about 40-50 g of white Chocolate in the microwave according to the directions on the pack ( that's not baking in my book)

Smash 4 candy canes. Dip marshmallows in melted chocolate.  Sprinkle smash over the top.  I dipped it at first but found it looked better if I sprinkled.


This candy coated marshmallow idea is floating around the blogosphere and I can't claim it as mine. I would love to credit it, but can't remember where I found it.  I can't claim to have invented the Christmas tree either, but I haven't seen these little sugar pops styled in this way.  I took an extra plate of these along as it didn't take many to construct the tree.


I have to tell you this Christmas tree was a hit and my Domestic Goddess status remains completely intact.  At least in the outside world anyway.  Not sure though, if it will ever be truly reinstated at the Beach House by those who know me so well, but I do try.


I installed a poinsettia star at the top.  If you can't come up with this, a sticker or any other design would be just as effective.  The general verdict by those in attendance was, eyes rolling back in the head, Christmas culinary climax style!!!


If you want more Christmas Quickies, check out my Too Easy Christmas series here

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26 comments :

  1. These are darling...they are going on my list of things to make!

    XO,
    Jane

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  2. Now this is one fab idea! & your prsentation is awesome!
    TY for sharing.
    Merry Christmas
    TTFN ~
    Hugs,
    Marydon

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  3. This is so sweet - I'm starting to think you should be doing a Christmas cookbook! And given that my life is devoid of anything crafty or Christmassy at the moment and that I feel more like the Grinch, I'm living vicariously through you and your wonderful festive treats.

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  4. Another uniquely done Christmas idea. Love these ideas.

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  5. Now this is one I think I could manage :) You ARE the domestic Goddess Ms Carolyn :) xx

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  6. I agree love this one. So nice to catch up again my friend love visiting here so many great ideas thanks for sharing. Sending you and your lovely family special wishes for a very Merry Christmas Day and look forward to keeping in touch in 2012.

    Always Wendy

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  7. Hello,
    I visited your blog today - I saw you on 'Cottage and Broome.' Your blog is so pretty, and you have many creative ideas. I love those candy cane hearts. I've seen those on another blog once, and I wanted to make them this Christmas. While I was scrolling down, I noticed the Santa cupcakes...so yummy. Me and my daughters started a blog, and we would love it if you could visit us and follow. I would enjoy coming back to visit with you. My daughter went to Australia a couple of years ago and had a wonderful time. I hope to hear from you, and have a sweet day.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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  8. Those look divine, very cute and yummy. THanks for sharing with my newbie party.

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  9. How simple and elegant! I absolutely love it. Thanks for sharing on Sweet Indulgences Sunday.

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  10. Very cute & better yet - easy. Every cook should have a hammer close by. Very handy. Christmas blessings to you & yours.

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  11. You are being featured at tonights "Meet Me Monday" linky party! Goes up at 8pm! Hope to see one of your new posts linked up! Love, Me www.youaretalkingtoomuch.com

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  12. Popped over for Wonderful Weekends linkup!!! Wowee if only i had discovered your blog lastweek - might not have had a stressful time creating my Christmas Star Brownies or Reindeer Biscuits (and would have picked simpler things!)

    Gorgeous!!! New Liker :)

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  13. I love the way you displayed these. Looks so yummy!

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  14. These are very pretty! I'm not much in the kitchen, but I think I could do these! Thanks for sharing!
    Cindy

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  15. Love this easy idea- I think you have scored a new follower- found you through Wonderful Weekends with Sonia

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  16. I am totally salivating. i can taste them from here. Not only that, BEAUTIFUL!!! I would love it if you could share this fabulous post at our What's It Wednesday linky party. I hope you can join us.

    Paula
    ivyandelephants.blogspot.com

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  17. Did you say No Bake? Well I'm all over this recipe! It sounds easy, looks delicious, and your photos for this post are spectacular, especially that last one!
    Merry Christmas and Happy REDnesday!
    Carol

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  18. These are great ideas. I love quick and easy! I am over visiting from Someday Crafts link party and am now your newest google follower :) If you get a moment, I would love for you to check out my blog and follow back.
    ~Kara (www.petalstopicots.com)

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  19. Sooo cute and eatable too!

    Rainey @ The Project Table

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  20. So pretty!


    My Entry, happy pink Christmas from my family to yours!

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  21. No bake AND peppermint, now that is my kind of treat!

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  22. They look fabulous, but what are the green bits that you've used for the tree trunk?

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    1. They are green Christmas tree marshmallows. You could use any green lolly. Hope this helps

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