Ready for a little holiday cheer? I am working with SocialMoms and Hostess on a compensated campaign to share these DIY cute snowman treats. The opinions and ideas expressed here are mine, wait till you see what we’ve come up with!
The holidays are here, and it’s time to celebrate! Are you having guests over this year? Looking for a fun and sweet holiday treat for the kids to craft? We love to get creative in the kitchen, so I gladly accepted a challenge from Hostess® Cakes to create something holiday themed, fun and tasty with their snacks! Hostess has so many classic and delicious snacks that I grew up with, Twinkies®, Ding Dongs®, Ho Hos®, Zingers®, Sno balls®, you name it, I ate it!
Would you look at what Hostess sent me? Having these in the house could be bad, very bad. With so many great choices, I decided to go with Hostess® Sno balls® and make some snowmen! I stopped by Target to grab a few more ingredients and got to work. These holiday treats are perfect to use as decoration, place on the dessert tale at your holiday functions, or even just as a fun, edible holiday craft to make at home. Here’s how to make a DIY cute snowman treats out of Sno balls, the kids would love to do this with you!
DIY Cute Snowman Treats On A Stick
You will need:
- 1 box Hostess® Sno balls®, white
- 1 bag mini chocolate chips
- 1 box Mike and Ike candies, I used the orange pieces
- 1 bag M&M’s
- 1 package thin licorice laces
- 1 tube white frosting
- 1 wooden skewer stick or toothpick
- 6 decorative paper straws
Ok, so you’ve gotta unwrap your Hostess® Sno balls® and get them ready. With your skewer stick, poke a small hole into the middle of the cake where you want to put the carrot nose (Mike & Ike orange candy). Shove the Mike and Ike candy in there, and do the same process for the eyes and mouth with the mini chocolate chips. I pushed mine down and they sat in there just fine. If yours are not sticking, put a little frosting down in each hole first.
It’s time to glue on the ear muffs, measure out your licorice to the appropriate size and glaze a thin strip of icing across the top of the cake. Place a licorice lace on the frosting glue, then turn to each side and dab frosting on each end to place an M&M.
Insert your straw in the bottom of the cake as far as you can, without poking out of the top. Allow the frosting to set for about an hour and you’re all set! If you don’t make any mistakes and manage to not eat the ingredients, you should be able to make 6 snowmen.
I just love how these DIY cute snowman treats turned out, my kids have not seen them yet, I made them last night so I know that they’re gonna flip when they do! I am going to have the all of the kids make these on Christmas day to keep them busy. Such an easy and cute holiday treat!
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This blog post is part of a paid SocialMoms and Hostess blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own.