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Snow From Coast to Coast

With so many school closings due to the snow that we’re experiencing this week, whatcha gonna do? You might venture outside and build a big snowman. Or, might we suggest staying safe and warm indoors. Here is a yummy idea for you and the kiddos!

How to Build an Indoor Frosty The Snowman.


  • Small powdered doughnuts

  • Powdered doughnut holes

  • Decorators’ gel

  • Pretzel or potato sticks

  • Haviland Thin Mints

  • Reese’s peanut butter cup miniatures


  1. Set a powdered doughnut hole atop a mini powdered doughnut. (For a taller version, use a pretzel stick or a potato stick to secure a second doughnut hole atop the first.)

  2. Use decorators’ gel to add a face, buttons, and a carrot nose. (If the gel won’t stick, try smoothing the powder with a dab of water first.)

  3. To add a top hat to a shorter snowman, stick a small piece of a pretzel or potato stick through a Thin Mint and into a Reese’s peanut butter cup miniature, then secure the hat in place on the snowman.

While we are celebrating the beautiful white stuff, one more idea for you. If you are feeling outdoorsy,

head outside and start practicing for Valentine's Day with this heart shaped snowball maker.



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