This is a Ziploc goodie creation and they are really cool. Melt candy melts and dip the whole pretzel into the colored candy melts. You can buy pre-made eyes in the cake and backing isle. Add a red hot candy for the nose (or something similar). Make a ton – the kids will eat them faster then you could ever have thought you could make them.
This is a huge display measuring in at almost four feet across and two and a half foot tall. It is made primarily of gingerbread with structure within being other materials to ensure it stays strong and won’t collapse. The window amount is awesomely done in details and must have given the artist a major headache. There is a lot of detail in this piece. Just simple small details that you find when you keep looking at it. I’m not a big fan of the purchased not edible materials like the Christmas trees and train being added but this is a beautiful display.
What a beautiful home with multiple levels of roof and floors. The artist in this case choose to make a gingerbread house as close to a real house as they could. Pretzels were used for fence, wheaties were use for a thatched roof appearance and decorations were made with icing to resemble the real thing. This is really a great design.
Slice a pita bread into wedges with a pizza cutter. Stick pretzel into the widest portion of pita. Spread your choice of cream cheese or cottage cheese tinted green. Sprinkle pimento pieces around for the garland. Easy and cheap to make and you will surely run out of these guys quickly at your party. It would also be a quick snack to have for the family when they sit down and watch your favorite Christmas movie.