Top 3 Holiday Treats

Hello Ladies! It's that time of the year where baking gets fun and festive. We wanted to share our Top 3 Holiday Treats with you all, along with the recipes for you to try it yourselves and enjoy the goodness along with us. 

Santa Snowflakes

FAMILY SECRET RECIPE ALERT 🚨 Santa Snowflake are the perfect, light weight, rich holiday treat. Easy to make and even easier to enjoy. 

You Will Need:

2 Egg Whites

1/4 tsp. Salt

1/4 tsp. Cream of Tarter

1 tsp. Vanilla

3/4 cup Sugar

6 oz. Chocolate Chips

1/2 cup Broken Pecans

How To Make:

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Beat first four ingredients until fairly stiff. Add sugar, beat until stiff. Add chocolate chips and pecan, fold in by hand. Then cover a cookie sheet with foil. Drop mix by teaspoonful onto ungreased foil. Put into the oven and turn the heat off at once. Leave in the oven for 7 hours or overnight. Recipe makes about 40 snowflakes.

 Homemade Hot Chocolate


Hot Chocolate is a classic holiday / winter drink that can be made hundreds of different ways. Here we will share our take on this classic chocolate drink.

You Will Need:

1 cup Milk

3 oz Quality Dark Belgian Chocolate

1 1/2 oz. Milk Chocolate

Pinch of Salt

1 tsp. Vanilla

Reddi Whip from a can

Dash of Cinnamon

1 tbsp. White Sugar

How To Make:

Add half milk, chocolate and salt in pan and heat on low heat. Stir until all chocolate is melted. Add remaining ingredients. Heat on Medium High heat. Stir rapidly- Do not let boil. Once all ingredients are dissolved, serve warm. Top with whipped cream and Chocolate curls/shavings. Enjoy!

Peanut Brittle

Peanut Brittle is one of those treats that is not for everyone - but made the right way, almost anybody could enjoy this holiday yumminess!

You Will Need:

1/2 cup Light Corn Syrup

1 cup Sugar

1/2 cup Water

2 cups Raw Shelled Peanuts

2 tsp. Butter

1 tsp. Baking Soda

1/2 tsp. Vanilla

How To Make:

In a large cast iron skillet over medium heat, combine corn syrup, sugar, and water.  Stir to combine. Cook until the mixture reaches the soft ball stage (235°F). Add peanuts and stir consistently. Cook until the mixture reaches the hard crack stage (300°F). The peanuts might start popping and you might see a little smoke come off the mixture. Stir, stir, stir. Remove from heat and quickly add the butter, vanilla, and baking soda. The baking soda will cause the mixture to lighten and foam up. Don’t freak out, it’s supposed to do that. Stir well. Pour on aluminum foil that has been buttered or sprayed with non-stick cooking spray.  Spread thin and allow to cool. Break into pieces and Enjoy!

We hope you try and enjoy our Top 3 Holiday Treats! If you try them make sure to post and tag us !

Merry Christmas!