Wednesday, December 21, 2011

North Pole Cupcakes & Peppermint Popcorn


We spotted these North Pole cupcakes and just loved them! I made them for my 5 year olds kindergarten class party. They are so easy to make and just look so cute! This is not our idea and I am not sure who originally came up with this, but I did first see them on One Charming Party.

We used white cupcake liners, strawberry cupcakes, white frosting, white decorating sugar for the top, candy canes (with the tops broken off), and red candies. Make your own North Pole sign or go to the One Charming Party link to get their free printable.


This Peppermint Popcorn is something else that we made that I could sit around and eat all day long! We spotted this one of Skip To My Lou. It's so easy. Just a cup of crushed peppermint mixed with 16 oz of white chocolate (or bark). Mix 1/2 a cup of crushed peppermints with 2 regular popped bags of pop corn (or 4 qts). Sprinkle with the rest of the crushed peppermint. It's SO good and great to give away for last minute Christmas goodies!

6 comments:

  1. LOve it !!! I saw the North Pole Cupcakes this week too and thought - how cool. I really like your variation as well.

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  2. Those cupcakes look really good! I am your new follower. You can visit me at http://showmemama.com. Make sure you leave a comment so I know you visited.

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  3. Hi! I was just introduced to your blog via a link on momstown.ca. I love your ideas! I can't stop clicking through your blog. I am definitely going to make your banana/strawberry candy cane and Pancake Manger from a few posts down. So glad I found you! I love baking with my 2 boys too! Looking forward to your future posts :)

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  4. ok that popcorn is going on my to do list right now!

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  5. ooooh I love BOTH of those ideas. I think my 3 year old gal would LOVE the popcorn especially and it seems so easy. Cute! :)

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  6. I featured this today on my Christmas in July Celebration

    http://passionateandcreativehomemaking.blogspot.com/2012/07/day-9-christmas-in-july.html

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