Mini Candy Canes


Uses of Candy Canes

I simply love Mini Candy Canes, so I am so pleased to be able to sell them in my shop! Just 10 for £1! I wanted to show just a few of the many ways you can use them this Christmas, so I’ve put together this roundup of my favourite ideas!

1Candy Cane Marshmallows for Hot Chocolate My lovely friend Beverley (Something about Cupcakes) pinned this on Pinterest and I fell in love with the cuteness! Hang these cute goodies on the side of your Hot Chocolate Cup for the ultimate indulgent drink! Source: Liv Life

2Candy Cane Name Place Holders It’s the little details that make a dinner party perfect, what better way to add a special touch to your Christmas Dinner Party than to make these cute Name Place Holders! You could also make them for labelling food or a cheese board! Source: Sew Many Ways

3Hot Chocolate Cupcakes with Candy Cane Handle The thought of a Hot Chocolate Flavoured Cupcake is divine, add a cute Mini Candy Cane as a handle and you’ve got ultimate cuteness! Source: The Cupcake Blog

4Candy Cane Lollipops By Simply using a Lollipop Stick, 2 Mini Candy Canes and some Melted Chocolate you can make these sweet Lollipops! Source: Pleasant Home

5Candy Cane Sleighs This one is great for the kids! Candy Cane Sleighs are a wonderful and simple idea, prefect for decorating your Christmas Dessert Table! Source: Party Pinching

6Candy Cane Cupcakes These simple Candy Cane Cupcakes are my creation, simply to show how perfect the size of these mini Candy Canes are for decorating cupcakes! Source: Iced Jems Shop

7Candy Cane Gingerbread House I love the use of Candy Cane Railings, Doors and Windows on this Gingerbread House from Martha Stewart! Source: Martha Stewart

8Candy Cane Chocolates Similar to the Candy Cane Lollipops, these Candy Cane Chocolates are made by sticking two Candy Canes together in a Heart Shape, then placing on Greaseproof paper and filling with melted chocolate! Source: Glorious Treats

9Christmas Tree Cupcakes Bakerella shows us a wonderful idea by placing a sugar covered waffle cone onto a Candy Cane inserted into a cupcake. Source: Bakerella

10Candy Cane Tree This Candy Cane Tree is a bit more of a complex project but could make a great centrepiece at Christmas! Source: Pizzazzerie

Mini Candy Canes


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