It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! But it won’t really taste like it to me until I make Peanut Butter Balls. They’ve been my favorite Christmas candy ever since I can remember. What’s your favorite Christmas candy or cookie?
We’ve been listening to Christmas music on Pandora, streaming it through our Roku. I don’t usually listen to music in the house, because our house tends to have a lot of built in noise. I don’t like adding to it. But it’s been fun to listen to Christmas songs while fixing dinner or playing cards.
One song in particular prompted me to ask on Facebook for the worst Christmas song ever. This conversation may be my most favorite so far on the Eat at Home Facebook page. People are passionate about bad Christmas music! Pop over and read through it and add your least favorite holiday songs.
My family is planning a trip to Disney World together again in June. We had a short time together at Thanksgiving to talk about it, and I know we’ll do more planning at Christmas. After all, the accommodations for the trip is my parents’ Christmas gift to all of us.
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Last year, I shared this video about how they make candy canes by hand in Disneyland. I love this process, so I wanted to share it again. Have you ever had one of these special candy canes? I think they have such a limited amount of them that you have to have a special ticket reservation to buy one.
Candy cane video
I’ve never made a homemade gingerbread house, but I liked these tips from a baker in Disney World.
Have a great weekend!