Friday, 4 November 2016

12 Days of Christmas DIY Challenges ~ Fun Party Snacks

However you celebrate the festive season, it's bound to involve delicious, yummy food, that you perhaps wouldn't eat on an everyday basis.


Today's challenge - Challenge #3
Using only basic food supplies you have in your house, create a fun Christmas party snack. Jill sets the challenge...



If you've been reading Threading My Way for any length of time, you'll know that cooking is not one of my favourite pastimes. Other members of the family prepare the food - I just eat it, and sometimes I do the clean up.


My daughter on the hand, makes a yummy gluten free lemon coconut slice. She knows I love it!


This Apricot and Coconut slice by Anne, from Domesblissity, looks delicious too.


And so does this Christmas Granola, also from Anne.

Now it's over to you. What fun Christmas party snacks do you like to make? Add your recipes that are made with basic ingredients. The link party will remain open till Christmas.


The 12 Days of Christmas DIY Challenges is brought to you by...




... Pam




4 comments:

  1. Are the Peter Rabbit tea cups yours? They are beautiful.

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  2. Overnight Caramel French Toast has been a family tradition in my house for about 20 years. I prepare it and put it in the fridge on Christmas Eve, then whoever gets up first in the morning, puts it in the oven. We usually have it with a bowl of fruit salad and breakfast sausages. The recipe is here - http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/overnight-caramel-french-toast - I got it from a Taste of Home magazine years way back when the kids were little - it's so rich and sweet that we ONLY have it once a year!

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  3. That lemon coconut slice looks so good! I'm off to get the recipe for that one!

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  4. What a fun challenge series! Thank you for hosting! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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