I went to the dollar store and purchased some plastic picnic cups on sale. I then dipped the edges of the cup in peanut butter chocolate that had been laced with a little drop of mint. After you have a good coating on the edges keep the cup upside down on parchment paper so the chocolate can harden. Then drizzle the inside with chocolate peanut butter to really flavor the hot chocolate. I had some green bows stored from cake pops I made and had too much candy melt left over. Just grab a chocolate mold and use your excess chocolate every time to you make cake pops. This comes in handy when you are baking cupcakes, cakes, cookies or even other cake pops. You already have a mini chocolate decoration kit ready from all the extra candy melt.
|I also dipped plastic stirring spoons in the chocolate and then |
covered them with marshmallows ready for stirring the hot chocolate
and adding the marshmallows all at the same time.
|These are extra chocolate buttons I had left over|
after making the working woman cake pops.
|Cupcake kit. Comes with tons of cute cupcake liners, sprinkles and cupcake toppers|
for all occasions.
|Look at the cute pink suite case package it comes in|
Cupcakes! Does it get any cuter?
|I just love leopard print anything...|
|OK so this is the awesome. A portable cupcake lunch box with |
multiple levels. It has a storage place for the spoon and fork (included)
a place for the cupcakes, and a bottom storage for napkins. Brilliant!
|Now these were the prize of the order. These awesome little Russian dolls|
are really measuring cups! They will look super cute in my kitchen and
help me with baking. I love them!