Thursday, December 20, 2012

pastel bon bons.....

sweet little homemade treats
that are better by the scoopful

in pretty pastel colours making them even more irresistible

scoop some into little waxed bags
topped with a floral fabric swatch
and a pink carnation
fastened with a piece of pretty tape

~now they are ready to give~

homemade with
not it keeping
but in giving
you can find this recipe and more
of my sweet surprises 
in Matthew Mead's Holiday book


{next post ......the sweetest little tree ever}


~Damita's Pretty Wrap~ said...

Oh Yum! These look fantastic!! I love all your pretty pictures too! I think I will have to give these a try! ~For the heavy whipping cream ok to use? :) Thanks for sharing these little pieces of heaven!! :) Merry Christmas! xo Holly

Unknown said...

mmmmm ... yummy delights!

my grandma used to make these & I have been searching for the recipe...
I'm trying these!!! thx!!

Jacqueline said...

Dearest sweet Koralee, these are soo beautiful and yummie! My favorite colors too! Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you!


Susie said...

That is an adorable gift. Homemade with love, the best kind of gifts. Smiles, Susie

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

The best treats come in bite size pieces, made with GREAT love. Oh Koralee, what a blessing you are to ME! I am in my basement again, trying to finish this paper dress. Every 15 minutes, I take a break from ruffles and hot glue to come visit my friends on the computer. You have given me a smile today! ARE YOU HAVING FUN AT HOME????????????


Helen Philipps said...

Oooh these look so pretty and so tasty too! Your recipe and photos are just adorable, Koralee, I love these candy colours sooo much!!
Wishing you a wonderful time!
Helen x

Duni said...

Yum! these look so good... thanks for sharing the recipe :)
I love the sweet packaging too!
have a lovely day, Koralee!
Duni xo

Lynne said...

Look at you . . . all pretty and pink. Looking so delightfully yummy . . . Happy Days Sweet Lady!

Anonymous said...

Ooh yummy, they look gorgeous. Such beautiful pictures as always :-)

Dagmar said...

❤Just some more sweetness and love from you to us! Adorable.

Deborah said...

How wonderful to receive a gift like this! such pretty pics as always sweetie

Bee happy x

Crafted by Carly said...

Yum yum!!! I do believe that you're the only person in the whole wide world who can make food look 'cute'!!! :-)

NanaDiana said...

You know- I have been looking for a recipe like this for a long time. My mother used to call them butter mints and it is the first recipe I have seen that does not involve cooking. I am copying this to use! Thanks-xo Diana

It's me said...

So sweet and from

Teresa Kasner said...

Oh.. thanks for sharing that recipe! I think I'd like to try those, I have everything but the food coloring. I need to pick some up today!

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*M*E*R*R*Y* *C*H*R*I*S*T*M*A*S*!*
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((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

Beautiful treats Koralee!
~you are welcome in my kitchen anytime!!
Merry Christmas~

Unknown said...

These look so yummy and so pretty! What lovely gifts xox

Tracey Ayton Photography said...

I bet those little bon bons are almost as yummy as the eye candy we get from your posts everyday!!!

Lisbet / *LLL og Co.* said...

Love your photos and your styling! Very inspiring!



Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh sweet friend!

I remember those days of having the entire classroom ill and what would happen? Mother Goose (me) would get the bug too!!!!!

I pray you are well SOON so that you can revel in sweet joy with your family. THE DAY IS ALMOST HERE and I just know that you have worked so hard to get the homestead ready. I can only imagine that your home is so bright with joy and little happiness strewn all over....I WILL EMAIL YOU a photo of the work I am doing but also hope that by my post AFTER my Christmas post, I can share the completed project! Thank you for asking my sweet one.

Back later, Anita

Vintage Sheet Addict said...

Merry Christmas Koralee, thank you for all the lovely colour you bring us! :) x

Marilyn Miller said...

Sweet! The pastels are just so pretty. Thanks for the recipe.

Sylvia said...

Mmm, your homemade treats look indeed irresistible, Koralee !
And so beautifully presented !
Wishing you and your family a wonderful Christmas time,

scarlett clay said...

So pretty! And I bet they taste as good as they look! I love your photographs so much, it's such a joy to come visit you! Merry Christmas!

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Dear Koralee,
Thank you so much for your visit and sweet thoughts... Speaking of sweets! Oh YUMMMMMMMMMM... I must try these over the holidays... Thank you so much for sharing

Heather said...

very sweet! I remember making these as a child, I think we called them peppermint creams, bet they taste lovely. Enjoy your christmas time, Heather x

Paula said...

Hello sweet Koralee! What a delight it is to visit you! I love your gorgeous photos and these treats look so yummy and pretty! They will make the loveliest gifts! I will have to make some for my hubby and son! Thank you so much for visiting me dear heart, and for your very sweet words! You made my day! I love visiting you and I am so glad I can make your day too! Love to you, Paula xoxo

Willow's Quiet Corner said...

These look so yummy! I'm going to have to try them! :) Thanks for sharing!

Christina at I Gotta Create! said...

Love these. I'm pinning for Valentines :)

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