Day #4 of our celebration of past recipes. This week is going fast! Today’s recipe is the 4th most viewed recipe on the Easybaked site. It has had nearly 60,000 visits since it was published in February of 2012. Can you guess what it is????
These little treats are a favorite of mine. They have been remade as mummies and snowmen already- the decorating possibilities are just endless!
These have been the star attraction at birthdays, showers, picnics, retirement parties, and even as favors at weddings. They have been decorated in flowers and butterflies and school colors and even with Barney the Dinosaur! The end of July they will be featured in Women’s World Magazine (so be on the look-out and grab a copy!).
For the Fourth of July holiday I simply dipped them in red white and blue and decorated with drizzles and sprinkles. SO easy. I tied these up in little favor bags and they are all set to travel to all of my upcoming holiday parties and picnics! I just love things you can make ahead!
To see the original recipe and get directions for how to insert the stick and dip these, click here.
To print a copy of the recipe and directions, click here.
Don’t miss our very last recipe remake tomorrow morning~ you’re going to love it!!!
Want to know what our other most-visited recipes are? Here’s what’s at the top of the list:
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