This cute little guy is made from an Oreo. Frost with cookie icing and decorate with sprinkles, he is one cool dude.
I choo-choo choose you! Pink wafer cookies and cherry Lifesavers make a fun treat for Valentine’s Day! Add some heart sprinkles and you’re on the right track to a great dessert!
Dip some pretzels in Candiquik and coat in pink sugar sprinkles, attach a sour punch straw in the middle along with a conversation heart with a smiley face (use a black edible marker) and you have a cute snack that will make anyone’s heart flutter!
Peanut Butter and Jelly are so good together! I put together this treat using a toaster pastry and mini toast crackers. Just frost with cookie icing, add sprinkles, candy eyes and a cute smile with and edible black marker!
A lovely little cupcake topper made from a shortbread tartlet and love birds made from pink & red peanut M&M’s. What a sweet tweet!
Made from an Golden Oreo Cakester, this lion is decorated with jumbo heart sprinkles for the mane and nose and yellow M&M’s for the ears. Add a face with an edible marker and you have a super easy treat – and I’m not lion!
For when you’re “feline” grumpy.
Cute, right? I mean come on. And sweet. Sleeping on a Rice Krispie Treat, this little Jordan Almond mouse is dreaming of Christmas. With Smarties candies as ears, a fruit roll up blanket and peppermint stick bed posts, this little cutie is just too sweet to eat. Here’s a full tutorialon how to make this little guy.
Booooiiinnnggg!!! Jack is popping out to say “Merry Christmas!” I know you want to make him. For a full tutorial, click here.
This colorful little sleigh is made of wafer cookies, mini candy canes sprinkles and candy chews. A green Lifesaver wreath decorates the front of the sleigh! Held together by frosting, so super easy to make!
The stockings were hung by the chimney with care…graham cracker sammies will keep you warm and toasty! Spread a little Nutella between two graham crackers and decorate with a white Kit Kat mantel, fruit roll up stockings, a wafer cookie and sprinkles!
A pudgy little reindeer made of a Lindt chocolate truffle, sprinkles and chow mein noodles. He sits on a white chocolate dipped Oreo with star sprinkles.
Visions of sugarplums… a cute little Jordan Almond mouse snug in his walnut bed. His marshmallow body is kept toasty warm under a blanket of fruit roll up!
I’d LOVE to walk through this winter wonderland with white chocolate snowmen truffles. Sprinkles decorate the body and nose while jumbo sprinkles serve as earmuffs. A line of blue icing hold the muffs together and a fruit roll up is a scarf to tie it all together! Add a face with an edible marker and this little guy will melt your heart.
Pa-rum-pa-pum-pum. Marshmallow drum pops covered with fruit roll ups and silver sprinkles. Pa-rum-pa-yum-yum.
Roly poly Santa mouse is a white chocolate truffle dipped in red candy melts and rolled in red sugar sprinkles. His Jordan almond head topped with Smarties ears and a tip of an ice cream cone for his hat is covered with sugar sprinkles and white nonpareils. A licorice lace belt and tiny Chiclet buckle is attached with red candy melt too! Make this little guy and you’ll be on the “nice” list!
O Come Let Us Adore Him. Rice Krispie Wisemice covered in fondant.
Teeny Tiny Turkey Table
For a step-by-step photo tutorial on how to make this adorable dessert, click here.
Turkey hot cocoa spoons that your kiddos will love! Plastic spoons coated with melted chocolate, a chocolate candy melt for the head, add a sprinkles for the beak, wattle & feet. Candy eyes and small marshmallows halved diagonally dipped in color sugar sprinkles made this an all in one cocoa sensation!
Fun fall wafer cookie wagons filled with candy pumpkins, sprinkles & shredded wheat. The butterscotch candy wheels and pretzel handle complete this easy little snack!
Have your cake and eat pie too! Thanksgiving pumpkin pie marshallow topper made from a slice of Pumpkin Spice mallows. For more on how to make this cute treat, click here.
Turkey Popcorn Ball
Super sweet popcorn treat! This little turkey is made from a popcorn ball and lollipops! The head is a Tootsie pop with candy eyes and sprinkles for the rest of the face. Great for the kids table as a placecard too!
Probably the easiest treat EVER! Store bought mini meringue cookies – just add a cute boo face with edible markers. Done! Cute to place on spooky trees for an edible centerpiece!
Black & White Halloween Cookies
Simply ice your sugar cookies, wait until they dry completely and decorate with a black edible marker!
Chocolate Bat Spoons
Bat-tastic chocolate spoons to make your hot cocoa extra special. Or for your coffin break. Mwahahahahaha!
This spooky cauldron is actually a yummy treat. A mini chocolate donut in disguise covered in green sprinkles, chopped gummy worms, bone shaped candies, an eyeball candy and licorice handle. I also added a little witch’s broom made of shredded wheat, pretzel stick and fruit roll up.
Ding Dong Spiders
Spider Ding Dongs. The only kind of spider I like. Super easy – just add licorice ropes for legs (or pretzel sticks) and M&M’s for eyes. Booyah! It’s THAT simple!
Sno Ball Pumpkins
Ok. LOVE these. Hostess Sno Balls. Except these Halloween ones are called Glo Balls. They are AWESOME. I added a pretzel rod for the stem and a green licorice lace for a cute yummy little pumpkin!
Creeper Peeper Cookies – Oreos dipped in white chocolate or candy melts with a colored candy melt on top. Use a black edible marker and a white confetti sprinkle for the middle of the eye. When completely dry, make squiggly lines with a red edble marker for the bloodshot look. So easy “eye” couldn’t believe it.
Banana MoonPies were my favorite snack growing up. Actually they still are! Using a mini cookie cutter, I cut out fondant cats, added sprinkle eyes and made fondant tree branches for this more cute than spooky treat. (Side note- these are Double Decker MoonPies. I strongly advise that you do not eat 3 of these on an empty stomach for breakfast. Not that I’m speaking from personal experience or anything…)
So I was eating mini donuts and I thought to myself, hmmmm, spiders. I added a little frosting, sprinkles, licorice lace and drew eyes on mini marshmallows with an edible black marker ’cause I didn’t have an M&M’s. Spooky what you can make with what’s in your pantry…
These white chocolate mummy spoons are perfect with a cup of hot cocoa after trick-or-treating!
I’ve got cuteness on the brain. These not so spooky treats are Oreo cookies with a candy melt coating. I just used a Wilton brain mold and these little buggers popped out!
Pumpkin Pie Cupcake
Cupcakes to pie for. These cute pumpkin pie cupcake toppers really do taste like pumpkin pie! Using Pumpkin Spice Mallows, I cut them to resemble small pieces of pie. (The marshmallows are easier to cut if you use a wet knife). Then I softened caramel in the microwave for a few seconds and rolled it flat. I cut and shaped the caramel around the marshmallow slices to resemble pie crust. Then I topped it off with a Vanilla Mallow Bit. The caramel was the perfect compliment to the Pumpkin Spice Mallow – super yummy!
Scarecrow Marshmallow Pops
Sweet pumpkin scarecrow pops! The heads are actually Jumbo Pumpkin Mallows dipped in orange candy melts. The “straw” is coconut tinted yellow and the shirt is a Mallow Stackerthat I cut the corners from (Actually I used 2 Mallow stackers, one for the front and one for the back and attached them to the popsicle stick with candy melts). Edible markers were used to make the plaid pattern and the faces on the pumpkin.
Super cute for a Harvest Party!
Chocolate Graham Cracker Owl
Whoooooo loves a cute snack? I do! I started with a chocolate graham cracker and spread a little Nutella on it. Then I placed some chocolate chips on the Nutella and halved some Ice Cream Cone Mallow Bites for the feathers and beak. Next, I cut a Regular Jet-Puffled Marshmallow in half for the eyes along with Junior Mints and mini white sprinkles!
Candy Corn Oreo Spiders
What to do with the new and yummy Candy Corn Oreos? Make Candy Corn Spiders Cookies! Dip the Oreos in white candy melts, let dry. Then pipe a white icing stripe in the middle and sprinkle with orange sugar sprinkles. Let dry. Do the same with yellow sprinkles. Add yellow eyes and a licorice lace mouth. Cut candy corn in half, horizontally and attach them to the cookie with candy melts. Super cute. The ONLY kind of spider that doesn’t freak me out! 🙂
Rice Krispie Treat Candy Corn Mice
These Candy Corn Mice are made from Rice Krispie Treats. For instructions on how to make them, click here…
Frosted Mini Mummy Wheats. Super easy snack made from Frosted Mini Wheats cereal! With a little white icing, add sprinkles for eyes and your mummies are ready to munch!
Simple Skeleton Snack
Make no bones about it, this skeleton snack is super easy to make! Cut a marshmallow in half and add a cute face with a black edible marker. Then pipe a simple skeleton with icing on a chocolate graham cracker. That’s it! So easy, it’s scary.
Fun Fall Cookies
Dolled up store bought cookies all cute like for Fall. Using Safeway brand maple leaf cookies, I sprayed food color mist on them, added candy eyes and some Rips Licorice for the stem, and drew on a little face with an edible black marker. What could be easier?
Pumpkin Trick or Treat Bucket Gumball
These cute little cupcake toppers are actually made from gumballs! For a full tutorial of how to create these, please see my guest blog post on MyCandyCrafts.com.
Trick or Treat Rice Krispie Treat Bucket
For a full tutorial on how to make these super cute treats, check out MyCandyCrafts.com for my guest post!
These super cute treats were made from Oreos! The crows are regular Oreos with candy eyes and a Circus Peanut cut in the shape of a beak. Tuck a few licorice laces in the cream filling for feathers on top! The scarecrow is actually an Oreo Cakester with a hat made of fruit roll ups. I added some mini wheat cereal for the straw and a flower sprinkle. Candy eyes, a sprinkle nose and a mouth drawn in with an edible marker complete the sweet face!
Oktoberfest Beer & Pretzel Cupcake
The beer cupcake topper is made from a Dot candy with tiny white nonpareils sprinkles. The pretzel is simply caramel softened in the microwave and shaped into a little pretzel with sugar on top.
Great little treat for a school project. Mini donut with a pretzel and paper sail – a fun snack to make while learning all about Colombus Day.
A doggone cute snack – banana dog with mini Nilla Wafer feet! 🙂
Jellyfish Meringue Cookie Pop
Jellyfish meringue pop. Meringue cookie dipped in candy melts. I pressed fondant through my garlic press for the tentacles. 🙂
This little magical sweetie is good for any time of year. It’s made out of a Pepperidge Farm Milano cookie dipped in white candy melts. Simply add some candy eyes and a small marshmallow cut diagonally for the ears. Use an edible black marker to draw the nose on a white candy melt. Then cut the mane out of blue fondant using a mini daisy cutter. Carefully cut the tip off of an ice cream cone for the horn. It’s cute. And lucky. And charming. It’s magically delicious!
Cute little “apples” to snack on! Pretzels dipped in red candy melts – add a little green apple sour rope for the stem and you get the apple taste too!
Back-to-School Rice Krispie Treat
Here’s a cute little Back-to-School snack! A Rice Krispie Treat topped with white fondant. I used edible markers to make it look like paper and added alphabet sprinkles. The apple is a gumdrop with a green jimmie and heart sprinkle and the pencil is a pretzel stick wrapped in a yellow fruit roll up. Just dip the end of the pencil in a little melted chocolate for the tip and roll a bit of red fruit roll up for the eraser. So what do you say? A+?
Meringue cookie beach umbrella cupcake
Meringue Cookie Beach umbrellas! Color with edible markers and push in a lollipop stick. Add a sour belt for a towel and gumball beach ball and you’re ready for the beach!
Beach Pail Snack
Super yummy snack for the kids! Fill a plastic cup full of goldfish crackers and top with a peanut butter cookie. Lightly spread peanut butter on top of the cookie and dust with brown sugar. Top with a Lifesaver (I used a red edible marker), a beach ball candy and starfish. A licorice handle completes the beachy snack! Easy enough for the kids to make too!
Pez Flip Flops
These cute little Pez flip flops were so flippin’ easy to make. Melt a little white chocolate or and attach a flower sprinkle! 🙂
Tiki Marshmallow Pop
This Tiki Marshmallow Pop is made from a toasted coconut marshmallow (my fav), flower sprinkles and fruit roll ups. Add a cute face with edible markers. Easy to make and perfect for a Luau party! 🙂
Sandy Beach Graham Crackers
These graham crackers are the perfect no-bake summer treat. Add a little blue and white icing for waves and using a toothpick, write your own message in the “sand”
Pineapple Rice Krispie Treat Pops
Here’s the only kind of pineapple I can eat since I’m allergic. Rice Krispie treat pineapples. They’re cuter than real ones anyway 🙂
Coconut Drink Cupcake Toppers
Here are little coconut drink cupcake toppers made from Whopper’smalt ball candies a little licorice straw and sprinkles. Just slice a little off of the top of the malt ball and attach the rest with a small amount of melted white chocolate.
These cute little popsicle cupcake toppers were made from flat toothpicks pushed into Mike and Ike candies. 🙂
Sweet Balls of Fire!
Smoke Balls. But these are sweet. AND smell GOOD. Lindt Trufflesdipped in colored candy melts and then decorated with sprinkles. Add a Rip Whip for a wick and cotton candy for smoke. Now these are MY KIND of fireworks!
This cute little cookie is so easy to make it’s child’s play. Get the full tutorial here.
A cupcake that’s one in a minion. For a full tutorial, click here.
Cookies that will rival any s’more. Full tutorial here.
Pretty Oreos that are easy to make. Click here for a full tutorial.
Fourth of July Flip Flops
Uncle Sam Marshmallow Hats
Uncle Sam wants YOU! …to make his cute little hats. Just grab some marshmallows, Ritz crackers and fruit roll ups. Mmmmm, stars and stripes never tasted so good, love the combo of sweet and salty!
I heart Skipper. He’s my fav. The wig he’s sporting is made out of a marshmallow with colored sugar sprinkles. Dude is stylin’ – super cool. And an all around nice guy too – trust me, I went to high school with him. Seriously.
Beary Patriotic Oreos
White chocolate dipped Oreos with marshmallow ears and candy melts for the face. Noses are star sprinkles. Decorate with blue and red colored sugar spinkles and edible markers! Perfect to take along for a Memorial Day picnic or the 4th of July!
Kentucky Derby Cookies
Having a Kentucky Derby party? These cutie patootie cookies are a sure bet! I made them from Pepperidge Farm Dark Chocolate Milano Melts, Mini Nilla Wafers, licorice ropes, tootsie rolls for ears, and caramel for the mane (cut with a mini daisy cookie cutter). The adorable felt rose was made by my friend Christie Colla
Earth Day Cake Pop
Chocolate cake pop dipped in blue candy melts. I used an edible green marker to draw on the countries. Simply wrap the lollipop stick in green fondant and add fondant leaves. Out of this world cute!
Hot Chili Pepper Rice Krispie Treats
Easy Sombrero Cookies
Mini Cactus Brownies
Bunny Slipper Cakepop Cookies
Cake pops on top of Vienna Finger cookies dipped in white chocolate. Add pink pastel candy corn for ears, edible marker eyes and a jelly bean nose. Top (or bottom) it off with a white candy tail and you have one adorable bunny slipper!
Chicks on a Stick
These are SO EASY to make! Take a yellow Brach’s Bunny Basket Egg Candy, dot the eyes with an edible marker, attach an orange sprinkle for a beak. Then place it on top of a store bought tartlet shell, filled with tinted green coconut. Skewer everything on a lollipop stick and you have Chicks on a Stick!
Cute Carrot Krispies
Easter Parade Peeps
Easter Bunny Cookies
Piggy Marshmallow Pops
Oh my! Someone just told me March 1st is National Pig Day! So this little piggy didn’t have to go to the market to make these Piggy Pops. They are bunny Peeps cut into piggy shapes.
Faux Buffallo Wings
Rice Krispie Treats shaped to look like wings, coated in a tangerine brown sugar glaze. The bleu cheese is marshmallow fluff with bits of marshmallow and the “celery” is green licorice!
Rice krispie treats wrapped in fondant in a strawberry sauce. The chives are fondant, topped with a candy lemon slice!
Chili? Not Really!
Individual chocolate cake frosted with jelly beans and orange tinted coconut on top. An easier version? Pudding!
You Lie Shepherd’s Pie!
Cocoa Krispie Treats mixed with orange and green candies to look like peas and carrots. Top with marshmallow sauce. Broil for a few seconds and top with fondant “parsley”
Cute and yummy Tulip Cakes from Little Debbie.
Marshmallow Leprechaun Hats
Jello Pot of Gold
Shamrock Marshmallow Pops
Mardi Gras Cookie
Circus Peanut Alligators
Mini King Cakes
Love Bug Mallomars
Sweet Pea Gumballs
Tweet Me Cakepops
Inspired by PopOLicious!
Rice Krispie Treat Love Letters
Bee Mine Cookie Pops
Moon Pie Doggies
Conversation Heart Cookies
Dragon Rice Krispies wrapped with Fruit by the Foot
For complete step by step instructions on how to make these dragons, click here.
White Chocolate Dipped Oreo Pandas
Licorice Party Blowers
Truffle New Year Clock
Hot Cocoa Marshmallow Cookie
Polar Bear Donuts
Little Debbie Express
Inspired by Sharon Bowers!
Reindeer Chocolate Spoons
White Truffle Puppies in Rice Krispie Presents
These puppies were made from Lindt White Chocolate Truffles – add Tootsie Roll ears (microwave for a few seconds and shape) and a mini M&M for a nose. Draw on face with an edible black marker and place on top of a Rice Krispie treat square wrapped in a fruit roll up and decorate the package with sprinkles and fondant bow! So cute and yummy. I LOVE the Lindt White Chocolates, they’re my favorite!
White Chocolate Oreo Reindeer
Candy Cane Hearts
Wafer Cookie Sleds
Candy Cane Hershey Kiss Cup
Thanksgiving Dinner Cookie
Caramel Apple Taffy pops
Mini Pumpkin Pie Tartlets
Ice Cream Cone Cornucopias
The cornucopias are filled with a “Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” dinner. Snoopy prepared a feast of popcorn, pretzel sticks & jelly beans in the movie.
Marshmallow Peep Turkey
Meringue Cookie Ghosts
One-eyed Purple Coconut Monster Truffles
Candy Corn Jello
Candy Corn Lollipops
Peacocks made out of “Peeps” and mini marshmallows
Mini Root Beer Pancakes
Stenciled Sugar Cookies
What’s Shakin’ Gummy Bacon?
I took my kids to Archie McPhee’s in Seattle. It’s probably one of the most bizzaro places I’ve ever been to. I love it. It’s full of so much, um, stuff. I mean weird stuff. Stuff like wasabi gum, bacon tuxedos, hundreds of snowglobes, underpants for squirrels (yes, you read that correctly) and gummy bacon. Funny, when I saw the gummy bacon, I knew exactly what to do with it. I was given Betty Crocker’s Big Book of Cupcakes and loved their egg cupcakes – so I knew I had to make them to go along with the gummy bacon.
Made from mini donuts
Cutest Pizza Ever
Made from Snickerdoodles. Mmmmm…..
One in a Melon
Inspired by Betty Crocker’s Big Book of Cupcakes
Sweet Sponge Sombraros
Twinkies & Spongecups make super sweet sombreros!
Little Debbie Swiss Roll Diplomas