peppermint candy


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Noun1.peppermint candy - a candy flavored with peppermint oilpeppermint candy - a candy flavored with peppermint oil
mint candy, mint - a candy that is flavored with a mint oil
peppermint oil - oil from the peppermint plant used as flavoring
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He is in his shirt sleeves, with a vest figured with faded gold horseshoes, and a pink-striped shirt, suggestive of peppermint candy.
They include cheddar jalapeno scones, and chocolate peppermint candy cane cheesecake that went down a storm over the festive season.
Garnishes could be as simple as fresh fruit, cinnamon sticks, whipped cream, or crushed candy canes or peppermint candy.
Peppermint candy is perfect alone, but when you crush it into pieces, it takes on a sparkling, crystal-like effect when used as a topping on a dessert served during the holidays.
That place in the Zeitgeist is a long way from the brand's origins on a train ride to Poland in 1932, when brothers Michael and Pierre Van Melle dreamed up a bite-size peppermint candy with a crunchy shell and a chewy center.
Parker Products offers ingredients, creative inclusions, flavor systems and grinds like agave-glazed quinoa, blueberry-rosemary fruit prep, and natural peppermint candy grinds.
And by 1636, a rare tulip with petals of red and white stripes that flowed out like ribbons of peppermint candy became so popular that for the price of a single bulb, a person could purchase eight pigs, four oxen, 12 sheep (all fat), 24 tons of wheat, twice that much rye, two hogsheads of wine, four barrels of beer, 4,000 pounds of butter, a quarter that much cheese, a silver drinking cup, a pack of clothes, a bed (including mattress and bedding) and a ship, according to a pamphlet from the time.
It's perfectly possible to select scents in response to your current needs, such as using a peppermint candy to help you concentrate on a lecture," she says.
Over two days, the Welsh capital was transformed with giant peppermint candy canes, amazing acrobatic performances, fireworks and a giant peach - all to mark the birth of the children's author, who was born in Cardiff in 1916.
3/4 cup (1 1/2 sticks) butter, softened 3/4 cup sugar 3 eggs 2 teaspoons peppermint extract 3 1/4 cups flour 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 1/2 cups crushed peppermint candy, divided White chocolate bark, melted, for frosting [1] Preheat oven to 350 F.
Those items join Caribou's gift sets and drink wear, plus a menu of limited-time coffees: Spicy Mocha with chocolate chips, ancho and chipotle chiles; Reindeer Blend with ginger, clove and cinnamon; Fa La Latte, eggnog mixed with espresso, whipped cream and nutmeg; and Ho Ho Mint Mocha, milk, dark or white chocolate mocha with mint syrup, crushed peppermint candy and whipped cream.
Candy Cane Blizzards consist of peppermint candy pieces and choco chunks blended with creamy vanilla soft serve.