5 Delicious Ways to Reuse Leftover Candy Canes

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How to Get Started

Ask your children to collect all of the leftover candy canes. Then have them unwrap each one, breaking them into smaller pieces.

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Grind the Pieces

Place all of the smaller broken pieces into the food processor and chop until you have a slightly chunky powder.

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Choose a Recipe

Use this candy cane “powder” to add a little zip to otherwise ordinary goodies. Read on to find five favorite recipes that only get better when you mix in a little peppermint candy cane powder.

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White Chocolate Peppermint Popcorn

Simply melt a small amount of white chocolate, add a teaspoon of peppermint candy cane powder and drizzle on top of organic popped popcorn. It tastes just like the popcorn balls you remember from your childhood, and your children will adore this new family recipe.

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One Response to “5 Delicious Ways to Reuse Leftover Candy Canes”

  1. one4earth says:

    The candy cane powder is a WONDERFUL idea!!!!!

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