6 Ways You Can Make Edible Snow

Fun ways to make snow covered confections for a deliciously white Christmas wherever you live!

Thanks for participating in the Best Recipes and DIY Projects Party last week! Your hosts, Ruthie from Cooking With Ruthie, Mandy from Mandy’s Recipe Box, Dan and Chris from Live Dan 330, and Deb, Tracy, and Sheri from Made From Pinterest, and I want to share some of our favorite links from last week’s link party.


“Snow clouds hang low and threatenin’, maybe they won’t prayin’ they will!” Remember that Christmas song?  Well, we’re definitely fans of white Christmases! But if you don’t live in a spot of the world where snow and Christmas go hand in hand, then you might have to get creative and manufacture a little snow of your own.  Take a look at these delightful recipes for edible snow that were shared at our link party.

Snow Globe Cupcakes from Amy’s Confectionery Adventures

Snow Globe Cupcakes

Snowmen Cherry Cheesecake Bites from This Silly Girl’s Life


Snow Ice Cream from Bitz ‘n Giggles


Melted Snowmen Cookies from This Mama Loves


Olaf Frozen Cake from Amy’s Confectionery Adventures

Olaf-Frozen-CakeSnowman Truffles from Moms Need to Know


Thanks again for sharing your projects and recipes with us during our link party! We hope you were as inspired by these featured links as we were. Please come back for our next Best Recipes and DIY Projects party, starting at 5 P.M. MST on Friday night! And keep an eye on your social media over the weekend, too. We like to showcase links that catch our eye during the party via Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. You might see your links featured there!

About Jen Scott

Jen is owner, author, and creative mind behind Bakerette. Jen eats a vegan diet and recently converted Bakerette to a plant-based website that offers a smattering of healthful recipes! Jen is author of the cookbook Festive Feasts: Meals and Memories from Halloween to Christmas, which can be purchased online at Amazon or Barnes & Noble.

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