Peppermint and the holidays go together like hot cocoa and a snowy winter day. Whether it’s candy canes, peppermint bark, or one of the great recipes here at Wilton we have what you need to make every holiday “mo-mint” special. Don’t forget to view all of our Christmas projects for great baking and decorating ideas.
Create some new Christmas peppermint classics for your holiday gatherings with classic flavors that are “mint” to be with Wilton! Read the rest of this post »
One of our favorite Christmas traditions is crafting gingerbread houses – so fun to make, so delicious to eat! Spice up the classic holiday decoration with these fun variations on the theme – think gingerbread barns, castles and more. After all, the holiday spirit happens wherever there’s love in your heart!
What better time than the holidays to bake your favorite cookies and get together with friends or family to share them all? This week is National Cookie Exchange Week, the perfect time to break out your favorite cookie recipe or try a brand new one. That’s why we’ve created a handy list with some of our favorite Christmas cookie recipes to help you create some delicious and creative confectionary creations that will make you look like one smart cookie. While you’re at it, don’t forget to check out all of our fun Christmas baking and cooking projects.
So get baking for your upcoming Christmas Cookie Exchange with help from the Wilton team and these amazing Christmas cookie recipes. Read the rest of this post »
How to Decorate Cookies Like a Pro
Cookie icing is a baking basic, but one that is oddly enough sometimes difficult to master. Getting creative with icing to decorate a fresh batch of cookies is a surefire way to impress guests and family as they dig in to your newest homemade creations this holiday season.
This handy tips and troubleshooting guide will help you with your next baking excursion to make sure your cookies look as stellar as they taste. Read the rest of this post »
The holiday season is busy enough without having to worry too much about what’s baking in the oven. That’s why we’ve come up with two product lines to make holiday baking less stressful. Our line of disposable baking supplies makes cleaning up after your next baking project a breeze, and our cake and icing flavor kits are single use flavor packets that add exciting flavors to cookies, cupcakes, and much more.
This holiday season let Wilton help you with your kitchen baking adventures with some simple solutions to help fill your holidays with good cheer and better baked goods. Read the rest of this post »
If you’re lucky enough to have someone in your life who loves to bake, you’re probably wondering what you should give them this holiday season. Whether it’s a friend, spouse or relative, we always appreciate when they share those “just because” treats with us. Show the baker in your life some love with these gift ideas this holiday season!
Prepping for the holidays is a time-consuming and often stressful undertaking. Between shopping for ingredients, cleaning the kitchen, and timing everything to be ready at the same time, it can seem like a Herculean task. When it comes to the final course, give yourself – and your oven – a break. Impress guests with these simple and delicious no-bake desserts!
If Thanksgiving had a cool aunt, it would be Friendsgiving. It has all the same delicious food and festive flair, minus the uncomfortable dress clothes, political talk and questions from your parents. Whether you’re skipping the annual family celebration or looking for an extra excuse to get your favorite people together, Friendsgiving is the perfect way to enjoy the spoils of Turkey Day in a laid back setting.
If you’re hosting, we recommend a low-stress approach; keep decorations simple with an assortment of candles and gourds, establish a casual dress code and encourage your guests to bring a dish. If you’re attending a Friendsgiving dinner, here are a few ideas to make your dish the hero of the potluck! Read the rest of this post »
The Danish have a word for the feeling of being with close friends and family in a cozy environment: hygge. It’s all about staying warm on the inside when it’s cold on the outside. With the concept of hygge in mind, we crafted a warm, tasty – and boozy! – dessert to help cure those cold weather blues. This fall, delight your dinner guests with our bourbon bread pudding, made with buttery croissants and topped off with a bourbon caramel sauce that packs a whole lot of sweet and syrupy flavor.
If you’re looking for more ways to stay cozy and warm inside, take a peek at our Fall Favorites, including fall projects, recipes and much more!