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Crushed candy canes make wonderful garnish for cakes and cupcakes, especially when the icing is of a contrasting color. Mini candy canes are great too.
Christmas Candy Canes Idea No.2: Awesome Stirrers
Add a festive touch to your wintertime beverages by using candy canes as stirrers. This Christmas candy will add a nice pop of flavor to herbal teas, hot chocolate and even coffee. Just don't forget to unwrap them before using!
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Christmas Candy Canes Idea No.3: Make Peppermint Bark
Peppermint bark, another favorite Christmas time dessert, is made even more beautiful and delicious with the addition of crushed candy canes. Give the video a watch to learn this easy recipe from Get in My Belly.
Christmas Candy Canes Idea No.4: Create A Vase
A nifty way to use Christmas candy canes is attach them to a can or jar and place flowers inside. Watch the video to learn how to make the ultimate candy cane vase.
Christmas Candy Canes Idea No.5: Tree Decorations
The curved shape of candy canes makes these an ideal Christmas tree decoration. The best part? You can eat them once the holiday is over.
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Christmas Candy Canes Idea No.6: Gift Decor
Planning on bringing your hostess a Christmas gift? Wrap it in ribbon and add a single piece of candy cane as a decorative touch.
Christmas Candy Canes Idea No.7: Stunning Centerpieces
Filling a large glass jar or vase with candy canes is an easy and low-cost way of creating beautiful table centerpieces. You can combine them with flowers, greenery or even candles for a festive look. Using different sized candy canes is a nice way to add variety.
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