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Tag Archives: bite-size



the easiest way to make mini chocolate chip cookies

The best invention ever–after Roku, boxed wine and elastic waist pants–is disposable decorating bags. I use them for everything I can. Not just icing, but piping pancake batter and cupcake batter, melting candy melts, stuffing pasta… Everything. Now I’m adding chocolate chip cookies to the list.     I’m a big fan of small versions […]



mini (as in, teeny tiny) chocolate peanut butter heart sandwiches for Valentine’s Day

Chocolate and peanut butter. If  ’80s commercials teach us anything, it’s that chocolate and peanut butter are two great tastes that taste great together. And this discovery was made when a man with a chocolate bar and a woman strolling down the street with an open jar of peanut butter bump into each other, as […]



Just for Kix: Teeny, tiny sweet birthday treats

It’s not as easy working in miniature as you think. All those little details are hard to recreate. But gosh, mini versions of things are cute. Find the how-tos to make mini Kix treats, mini birthday cakes, mini donuts, mini cookies and mini s’mores HERE at Kix.   Feel free to share (nicely)! While my […]



shiver me timbers… it’s teeny, tiny, wee li’l pirate cookies

Ahoy! And other such pirate-speak. I be making these bite-size pirate cookies for a friend’s pirate-themed 40th. I figure the skulls and crossbones were appropriate. (Though I’m 40, too, so I shouldn’t be making old-person jokes.) They are teeny, tiny. Only an inch and half across. Put these in a cellophane bag and attach them […]



mini “cupcake” s’mores for Celebrations

Next up in my week of  Summer cupcake ideas for Celebrations… S’mores. Cupcake style, that is. There are no actual cupcakes involved in the making of these, but I stole the cupcake concept to make easy-to-eat, s’mores bites. Two more bonuses: No flames involved. No labor required of your party guests. For the how-tos, click […]