WINTER BREAK TREATS
WINTER BREAK TREATS
By: Havana Coston
Have you ever been bored and decided to scroll through your Pinterest feed to check out DIY’s and recipes? Or wanted to make a dessert or meal based off something you found on Pinterest but either you don’t feel like doing it or you don’t have the ingredients/materials needed to make it? Well today is your lucky day! Here are 4 yummy treats you can make this winter break.
Snowman Cookie Balls
Ingredients needed: Cookie Dough, Frosting, Icing and Oreos
- Take a small portion of the cookie dough; roll in palm of hands until you have made the size wanted.
- Bake the cookie dough in the oven.
- Let cookie dough cool off for 2-3 minutes.
- Put icing in bowl; roll cookie dough in icing until completely covered.
- Let icing dry for 1-2 minutes; use frosting to make faces on the cookie dough.
- Once completed; let dry; place Oreo on top of the cookie.
- YOU’RE DONE!!!! YUMMY!!!!!!!!
Ingredients: Brownies, Peppermint sticks, Frosting, Sprinkles, Cookie Cutter and M&Ms
- Bake brownies based off instructions on brownie mix box; let brownies cool off.
- Use cookie cutter to make the brownie in any shape of your choosing.
- Use frosting to design the brownie any way you like.
- Place the peppermint into the bottom of the brownie.
- Pour sprinkles and decorate with any candy of you choosing (preferably M&Ms).
Rudolph Peanut Butter Cookies
Ingredients: Peanut Butter Cookies or any cookie of your choosing, pretzels, M&Ms
- Bake or purchase any cookies of your liking
- Take pretzels; place at the top of the cookie
- Place M&Ms to make a face
- YOU’RE DONE!
If you love chocolate and peanut butter this next recipe is for you!
Ice Cube Tray Chocolates
Ingredients: Chocolate, Peanut Butter, and Marshmallows
- Place chocolate in a bowl and warm up for 30 seconds or until melted
- Pour chocolate in each slot of the ice tray but don’t fill it up completely
- Place a spoonful of peanut butter in each slot or a marshmallow
- Repeat steps until completed
- Place in freezer for 10-15 minutes