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Ah, 1998 when the world revolved around human interaction.
A world where WiFi & the iPhone didn’t exist. A time when you’d go to lunch with someone & you wouldn’t fall victim to watching them text 85% of the time.
The holiday season needs to be about family & spending time with those closest to you. In the tradition of that quality time I wanted to come up with something that you could create together that would bring you down to earth.
I twiddled my thumbs a little (withdrawal from texting) & thought about what would motivate me to plug into family time.
Cocktails are a place to start. Dashing left & prancing right… I came across a few Holiday Hoorahs that I look forward to sharing with my family. I lucked into a recipe that enticed my senses by combining my three favorite things: candy canes, chocolate & cocktails. Behold the White Chocolate Peppermint Bark Martini (See recipe at bottom of page)
While you are all gathered around sipping on your sweet treats you can get a jump on your decorating by crafting Winter Luminaries.
For each luminary, all you’ll need is: a mason jar, 2 mini pine cones, lace, twine, hot glue gun, snow texture spray, Epsom salt & a tea candle.
Easy right? ( The full dets. are in the link below)
White Chocolate Peppermint Bark Martini
2 oz. white chocolate liqueur
1/2 oz. vanilla vodka
1/2 oz. peppermint schnapps
Splash of milk or cream, to taste
White chocolate, melted, for rimming the glass
Crushed peppermint candies, for rimming the glass
Whipped cream, for serving
1. Melt the white chocolate in a shallow dish, and dip the rim of the glass into it. Shake off any excess, then dip into the crushed peppermint candies. Place glass in the freezer for 5-10 minutes to set.
2. Shake liqueurs with ice, then pour into chilled glass. Add milk or cream, to taste.
3. Top with fresh whipped cream and more crushed peppermint candies, for garnish.