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Easy Peasy Treats To Make

Don't know how to cook? No worries, you can still contribute to your holiday dinner this weekend!
photo courtesy of CBS/ETC (2 Broke Girls)

Festive Pretzel Sticks
Dip store-bought pretzel sticks into melted milk chocolate (you can break it into pieces and nuke for a few seconds in the microwave). While the chocolate hasn't set yet, roll the sticks into some red and green sprinkles for a holiday touch! Arrange inside a clear glass for a pretty (and edible!) centerpiece at the dinner table.

Juicy Cubes
You know how some fancy restaurants make ice cubes from the  actual drink so that it doesn't get diluted when the ice melts? You can make some of your own! Just pour some of the juice to be served at your dinner into ice cube trays and stick in the freezer a few hours before your dinner. You can even put a piece of fruit inside for a more decorative effect. Your guests will be wow-ed when you serve them their beverages come dinner time!

For another non-bake dessert, flip through your December issue for instructions on how to make DIY cake balls!

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