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November 30, 2006



Yum! Sounds delish - I think I'll give it a try this weekend!


yummy! and so easy too.

I think Philosophy makes a peppermint shampoo/body wash this time of year. Have you tried it?


Somehow I knew that this post would involve PINK.

Glad the cupcakes were yummy. I need to get my baking hat on.

Bethany Coffey

Ooh, peppermint cupcakes. I'd never thought of that. Sounds super yummy! I have a subscription to Martha but I get overwhelmed by it.


Try these cookies from last year's holiday issue of MS Living. They were a big hit at a cookie swap last year and I'm planning to make them again this Christmas.

Chocolate Peppermint Cookies


Oops, that link doesn't work! Just do a recipe search on the Martha Stewart website and you'll find it.

Debra Sue

Yummo! These sound awesome. I bet that little bit of pink makes the cupcake all swirly like a candy cane. Delish.


Ok, I'm addicted to Queen Anne Cordial Cherries--my entire family mocks me for eating this cheap candy when I'm typically such a chocolate snob. This year, they produced a peppermint cherry cordial in dark chocolate. Seriously, addicted. :)

ally bean

I like this recipe. Easy and I can remember it without writing it down. Will try it soon.


I'm going to try this out for my family christmas party! Wish me luck!


Yummy yum. I want to make some chocolate cupcakes with peppermint frosting this year!


Sounds good. I've been eating the Edy's limited edition peppermint ice cream non stop since I discovered it. And now I need to head to Starbucks!


I made these cupcakes over the weekend and I would send you a photo, except that there aren't any left.

They were YUMMY!


Oooh... at our company xmas party, one of the deserts they had was pepperming milkshakes. YUM.


i made the peppermint cookies and they are to die for! thanks for the suggestion!


sounds yummy and easy. My favorite combination.

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