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Tiny Treats

I recently became obsessed with tiny food. It all started from a discussion with my daughter over what we should make for Santa this year (the Santa dude at the mall whispered that he likes hot cocoa, whatever) and then I spied some tiny donuts to leave for the elves. How cute is that? Then, I come to find out from my amazing friend Jaime that American Girl has a book called Tiny Treats. It is going to make the greatest present for myself, I mean my daughter, well for both of us, together! Until it’s opened I’ve found some inspiration on the web and had to share. Check out the tiny treats after the jump…


  • Donuts Big and Tiny 1 of 10
    The big donut is for Santa and the tiny one for his helper. The tiny one is actually a cheerio dipped in chocolate with sprinkles.
    See Emma's tiny creations at Unconfidential Cook
  • Box of Tiny Donuts 2 of 10
    We must leave these for the elves. To make it really fun I can take tiny bites out of a couple and leave them as proof.
    See Emma's tiny creations at Unconfidential Cook
  • Tiny Cakes 3 of 10
    Made from Oreo cookies covered with frosting. It you let them sit over night the frosting softens the Oreo's and they become like real cake.
    See Emma's tiny creations at Unconfidential Cook
  • Tiny Peanut Butter Thumbprint Cookies 4 of 10
    These cookies are so tiny that the chocolate kiss is actually a chocolate chip.
    See Emma's tiny creations at Unconfidential Cook
  • Tiny Pizza 5 of 10
    It's made from from pizza dough and sauce and cheese. Any guess what the pepperoni is? Sliced Slim Jims!
    See Emma's tiny creations at Unconfidential Cook
  • Tiny Ice Cream Cone 6 of 10
    It's really a bugle with a ball of seasoned cream cheese, but pipped frosting would be just as easy.
    See Emma's tiny creations at Unconfidential Cook
  • Tiny Watermelon 7 of 10
    It's actually a scooped out lime with jello and chocolate chips for seeds.
    See Emma's tiny creations at Unconfidential Cook
  • Tiny Fudgesicles 8 of 10
    It may not be frozen, but this tiny fudgesicle is really fudge.
    Learn how to make tiny fudgy fudgesicles from Marion's Vintage Bake Shop
  • Tiny Gingerbread House 9 of 10
    This is the real deal, just miniaturized. Serving a tiny gingerbread house on the edge of a mug filled with egg nog is a holiday party must have.
    Make your own tiny gingerbread houses at Not Martha
  • Tiny Candied and Caramel Apples 10 of 10
    It's really a candied gum ball that is so small it fits on your thumb.
    Learn how to make tiny candied and caramel apples from Marion's Vintage Bake Shop

 

Check out Babble’s 16 Amazing Candy Recipes for the adventurous sweet tooth!

Article Posted 6 years Ago

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