This is such a fast and easy treat. We took a box of sandwich cookies and dipped them in almond bark (I added peppermint flavor to it too). I used my Pampered Chef Double boiler to melt down the bricks of Almond Bark.
We let them dry on wax paper.
Then after those were cooled and “dry” the girls started decorating with frosting making snowflakes and trees.
What are your plans for Christmas Eve? I have a few pies to make – a Cherry and a Pumpkin. We are going to go to the Heights Church Service and have our annual Eve Lasagna. (Jen is making white Chicken and mom is making red ). The kids will get to open one present – Clean new PJs. 🙂 And I am sure that it will be a chore to get all of them to go to bed after reading the Nativity Story and the Night before Christmas.
Luke 2:14 – Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men.
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