Semi-Homemade Confections For Christmas Giving

This is a variation on a previous recipe that was circulating on Facebook. I adapted it to my own tastes. These are easy but yet festive in presentation. Busy Moms, Grams really anyone wanting to present a homemade treat can make these. You can use your imagination to create personalized taste treats. Today I only used a few different toppings. Chopped pecans, chocolate sprinkles, rainbow sprinkles, crushed candy canes and small sprinkles were my toppings of choice today.

I spread a generous amount of Marshmallow Fluff, between boxed gingersnaps, vanilla wafers and lastly, a few fudge covered Ritz crackers. I melted a Vanilla  Bark chocolate candy product. I dunked my sandwhich cookies in the chocolate using a fork to drain the excess chocolate between the tines. I arranged them on my foil lined baking sheet and sprinkled my toppings onto them before the chocolate set. Dip and sprinkle one at a time, works best to ensure the topping will set into the melted chocolate. I refrigerated my coated cookies to ensure that they set properly. These do not need to be refrigerated once they are set.

I am happy with the way these turned out. My teen daughter sampled the finished product. She assures me that they are very very good.  

Try them, they don’t disappoint!


Author: tynajoymetzner

I've been a stay at home Mom for many years...Have earned a PhD in life experience. My oldest is 30 and my youngest is 13. On a quest to see all that I can be now. I am a musician, singer/ songwriter. In the process of trying to become marketable. Would love to make money doing what I love! I love to do many domestic things also. Nothing I do seems to be profitable. Guess I am at a point in life that I would like to be compensated . My whole life I have given freely. Now, show me my money making niche. Still in the process of figuring that out.

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