The world’s easiest DIY, second only to shaping cinnamon-roll-dough into a heart.
1. Buy pretzels, chocolate, and toppings.
2. Dip half, ¾, or whole pretzel into melted chocolate.
3. Roll in toppings of your choosing.
4. Laugh at how embarassingly easy this was to do.
You can go crazy. Natalie used cute colored sprinkles, but you can use chopped nuts, coconut flakes, mini m&ms, anything your little heart desires. Shit you could even roll it in gummy bears. Probably wouldn’t stick but the point is, you can customize these bad boys and they are an adorable, homemade, inexpensive gift.
Then wrap them in cellophane and tie up with a pretty ribbon and homemade nametag!
Totes adore. I might make these as Easter presents. Not that I actively celebrate Easter with homemade gifts for friends, but it’s the only holiday coming up that would give me a remote excuse to make these.
Source: photos and inspiration from Natalie’s adorable blog, MintLoveSocialClub
My 25th birthday is on Friday and I am planning on making these cute little wafer-thin ice cream sandwiches. I picked up the Belgian butter wafer cookies at Trader Joes over the weekend and am going to get strawberry ice cream, and then roll them in chocolate sprinkles. I saw the idea for this delicate dessert many months ago on one of my favorite lifestyle/arts+crafts+cooking blogs, Oh Happy Day. Recently, I saw a similar post on Oh Joy, except she used graham crackers. And then I came across this lovely picture/post on Liz’s blog, From Portland to Peonies. I am obsessed with blogs, precisely because they provide me with cute ideas like these ice cream sandwiches.
And speaking of sweet treats, ARE these s’mores for real. Probs going to be making these too… [via Oh Joy!]