On the sixth day of Christmas Pop Roc gave to me……..

On the sixth day of Christmas Pop Roc gave to me……..

30% OFF All paper napkins/serviettes and my favourite Peppermint Bark Recipe which is a perfect wee gift idea

Usually $4.50 per packet NOW $3.15 per packet a great excuse to stock up for your Christmas and New Years celebrations

Check out the facebook page for more details

Email your order, postage quote or confirmation of quantity availability to poprocparties@gmail.com

Please note: Some stock is limited, some items will be re-stocked so there may be a delay in your order. The promo ends when the next day promo is added to facebook.

PEPPERMINT BARK

Ingredients

900g white chocolate, broken up (I use Whittakers)

12 large candy canes

1/2 teaspoon peppermint essence

Directions

-Line a baking sheet with baking paper, and set aside.

-In the top of a double boiler, melt white chocolate, stirring constantly.

-With a rolling pin, pound candy canes in a glad bag into small pieces.

-Stir pieces of candy canes and peppermint oil into the melted chocolate.

-Remove from heat, and pour the mixture onto the prepared baking sheet; spread evenly.

-Refrigerate until firm, 25 to 30 minutes.

-Break into pieces, and serve or package as a gift.

-Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to one week.

And here’s a sneak peak at my Christmas table setting using the red polka dot napkins

Doilies, twine, napkins and wooden cutlery all available through Pop Roc or email poprocparties@gmail.com

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On the fourth day of Christmas Pop Roc gave to me…….

‘Only the lonely’ discounted price on all items that I have one or a few in stock & a Fruit & Nut Chocolate Christmas Tree Recipe

 Check out the facebook page for more details

Email your order, postage quote or confirmation of quantity availability to poprocparties@gmail.com

Please note: Some stock is limited, some items will be re-stocked so there may be a delay in your order. The promo ends when the next day promo is added to facebook.

And I wanted to share one of my favourite Christmas treats to make and eat!

I love these Chocolate trees, I usually make mine closer to Christmas and use it as a table centerpiece, its fun picking off pieces while sitting around the table or you can place on a doily, wrap in cellophane and ribbon or twine and give it as a gift. I’m going to try white chocolate with craisins and pistachios next week!

FRUIT & NUT CHOCOLATE CHRISTMAS TREE

INGREDIENTS

400g Chocolate (I use Whittakers)

1 1/3cup Chopped dried fruit (I use apricots & raisins)

125g Chopped nuts (I used sliced almonds, chopped pecans and pistachios)

Icing sugar and edible glitter to sprinkle

METHOD

-Create the star shaped template by cutting 7 pieces of waxed paper or baking paper.

-Draw a 5 pointed star shaped starting with a diameter of 16cm, 14cm, 12cm, 10cm, 8cm, 6cm and 4cm. I always draw the stars with a vivid on the underside and flip the paper over when placing the chocolate on so you can still see the outline to follow

-Break up the chocolate and melt on a double boiler

-While the chocolate is melting chop up the nuts, mix into the dried fruit

-Mix the fruit and nuts into the melted chocolate

-Place the melted chocolate mixture onto the star shape, fill in the outlines.

-Leave enough chocolate to stick the layers together

-Place the stars in the fridge to harden

-Once harden layer the stars starting with the largest then dab a bit on the top to give it a bit of height, if the chocolate has harden quickly melt it again with the double boiler

-Refrigerate again until hard

-Sprinkle with icing sugar then glitter

Doilies and the glass stand are sold on trademe

If you like the Merry & Bright Christmas picture you can download it here from a spoonful of sugar


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