I can't believe there are only 5 days until Christmas! Have you been doing some baking for your kiddos' class parties, teachers, and school staff? This week I have spent more time in the kitchen than anywhere else but it has been a lot fun! It is actually quite therapeutic. With the tragic event that took place last Friday I, like everyone else, have been heartbroken for the families of those children and teachers. I am so blessed that my children are safe and excited for Christmas. I am excited too... my heart has been sad but my children are reminding me of how blessed we are and filling my heart with joy. My daughter and son have their class Christmas parties at school today! I sent them with their reindeer antlers on! My daughter wanted to bring cake pops to her party...
So cake pops she got... with reindeer tags! I want to share this little cake pop making tip with you! Do you have trouble with your melts? Are they sometimes too thick to dip properly? Well here is what I do: Using my Wilton melting pot, I melt my melts until only some of them have begun to melt then I switch them to the "warm" option on the pot and begin stirring the melts until they are all melted. This keeps them from being overheated thus keeping the candy thinner for easy cake pop dipping! I hope that made sense. If you have any questions feel free to ask!
My son brought something super cute and yummy too... but that will be on another post! We sent the teachers and staff my Very Merry Munch!
I hope you are having a wonderful day!
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