W I N T E R . E D I T I O N 3
Pandemonium Collective is a magazine that
centers around the motto: For Teens, By Teens.
Our editors come from High Schools in St Lucie
County Florida, but our magazine is for teens
everywhere. We focus on providing a safe
space for the community to become informed
on current events, and to tune into some of
their favorite topics. At Pandemonium, we
focus on finding unity within the chaos of
society. Our name is also a fun play on words,
as our magazine was founded throughout the
PANdemic. Today, young voices are rarely
given a platform for their opinions and
concerns, we seek to fix this problem and
create a future that transcends through
creativity, individuality, and unity.
MEET THE TEAM
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: TALIA BOCK
SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER: ZOE BROOKER
WEBSITE MANAGER: JAIDEN MAGNAN
ACADEMIC EDITOR: HERLANDA MARCELIN
ARTS EDITOR: NICOLE BELTRAN
ENVIRONMENTAL EDITOR: ZOE BROOKER
FASHION EDITOR: SHANNON MACGREGOR
GRAPHIC DESIGNER: TIFFANY VU
PHOTOSHOOT DIRECTOR: TALIA BOCK
PHOTOSHOOT DIRECTOR: SHANNON
LEAD PHOTOGRAPHER: SHANNON
ART DIRECTOR: LUCIA QUESADA
ART DIRECTOR: TALIA BOCK
PRODUCTION MANAGER: TALIA BOCK
WRITER: EMILIA ERBETTA
WRITER: HERLANDA MARCELIN
WRITER: BRIANNA LORISTON
WRITER: LUCIA QUESADA
WRITER: TALIA BOCK
WRITER: NICOLE BELTRAN
WRITER: SHANNON MACGREGOR
WRITER: SOFIA TOVAR
WRITER: KATHERINE BUCKMAN
C O N T E N T S
MODEL: SHANNON MACGREGOR
THE "PERFECT" BODY
LAST MINUTE WRAPPING IDEAS
BEST AND WORST FEMALE
MARSHMALLOW HEARTS- A SHORT
C O N T E N T S
MODEL: DAISY NOTO
NEW YEAR NEW ME
INTRODUCTION TO SPIRITUALITY
THE HISTORY BEHIND HOT COCOA
Remember this holiday
season consists of more
holidays than just the ones
you celebrate. Rather than
casually wishing someone a
"Merry Christmas", lets wish
everyone "Happy Holidays"
Throughout history there have been very notable “trends” in what
Western society considers the “perfect” women. Art from centuries
ago, including the sculpture ‘Venus de Milo’ from 100 BC and the
painting ‘The Three Graces’ from 1635, depicts feminine beauty as
women with full figures and “soft bodies”. In the 17th and 18th
centuries the corset was introduced to fashion and the idea of an
“hourglass” body became coveted. Transitioning to the early 1900s thin
and skinny became the standard, with fuller bodies, like what was
common in pin-up girls of the time, taking precedence for a short time
until the 1960’s. In the 60’s the extremely thin and slender body type
became popular, one of the most notable celebrities of this time was
British model Lesley Lawson, who is commonly known as ‘Twiggy’ for
her thin appearance. The 90s was plagued with the same pressures: to
be extremely thin and ‘Heroin chic’ became popularized. Today our
standards for beauty vary, but most popular is the ‘hourglass’ body,
which is commonly seen in celebrities like the Kardashians or many
other social media stars. Nevertheless, skinny is still the expectation
today. Society has begun to start embracing body positivity, but the
stigma surrounding bodies they don’t perceive as “perfect” is still
The ever-changing standard for women’s bodies has led
o an epidemic of eating disorders, low self-esteem and has
had a detrimental effect on women’s lives.
The idea of a “perfect” body or a “perfect” woman is
ridiculous. Society has forced us into obsessions with the new
“trendy” body rather than allowing us to love and embrace
ourselves as we are. We have been forced into a never-ending
cycle of self-hatred and comparison. It is evident in history
the “ideal” body ,based on societies standards, is forever
changing and therefore will never be attainable. You are
perfect as you are and don’t need to fit anyone else’s
standards. You are more than just a body, you are a person
with your own thoughts, talents and beauty. Do what makes
you feel good, healthy and happy regardless of society’s
for the Holiday
Welcome back to another clay tutorial! This edition features
holiday themed clay figures! What better way to embrace the
holiday spirit than by making crafts? These figures work
perfectly for gifts, ornaments, or any way you choose to
showcase their cheerful attributes.
TODAY, I WILL BE TEACHING YOU GUYS HOW TO
RECREATE THIS CHRISTMAS STOCKING!
First, gather your materials and colors. I used red, green, white, and
black. However, feel free to select any colors. The more creative the
better. I am using two tools: One to smooth out the creases and
edges and another one to add details.
tart with the red. Form the red into a sock-like shape. Next, roll a
rectangular-like shape with the white clay. Add details to white
piece to create a ruffled appearance (optional).
Next, take the green clay and create two leaves, shaping them to look
like circular triangles. Add dents to create a more realistic
appearance on the leaves. Then roll two round clay pieces and attach
to the stocking.
L A S T L Y , A D D A F A C E ( O P T I O N A L ) ! B A K E T H E C L A Y F O R A R O U N D
3 5 0 D E G R E E S F A H R E N H E I T F O R T E N M I N U T E S . Y O U C A N T H E N
C H O O S E T O G L A Z E T H E C L A Y O R S I M P L Y K E E P I T S T E X T U R E M O R E
N A T U R A L . I D E C I D E D T O N O T G L A Z E M Y C L A Y N O R A D D A N Y P I N S
T O T H E T O P . T H A N K Y O U , G U Y S , F O R R E A D I N G , S E E Y O U S O O N
A N D H A P P Y H O L I A Y S
MODEL: DAISY NOTO
GET CREATIVE WITH LAST MINUTE WRAPPING
THIS HOLIDAY SEASON!
BROWN WRAPPING PAPER SERVES AS THE
PERFECT CANVAS TO CREATE A CUTE
CHARACTER.... LIKE A TEDDY BEAR!
SHRINKIE DINKS CAN
SERVE AS CUTE
CHARMS TIED TO ANY
MODELS: SOFIA TOVAR; NICOLE BELTRAN
BY: Lucia Quesada
B E S T C H R I S T M A S
F I L M S T H R O U G H T H E
Y E A R S
MODEL: DAISY NOTO
DEAR EVAN HANSEN
The Kravis Center puts on book writer, Steven Levenson’s emotional yet
inspiring, Dear Evan Hansen.
Centered around the darker side of the teenage experience, Dear Evan
Hansen follows 17-year-old Evan who finds himself disconnected from a
world that is all about connection. After Conner Murphy, a classmate of
Evan’s, commits suicide, Evan finds the chance to carry on Conner’s
memory and share his “story”, but is this really Evan’s story to share?
ner’s memory and share his “story”, but is this really Evan’s story to
Tackling themes of depression, social anxiety and bullying, the
musical makes the smart choice to incorporate the impact of social
media. The show pioneers the way in which the internet directly affects
the personal lives of everyone: including teenagers. Through moving
screen panels that at times feel as though they are over taking the stage,
the impact of social media is effectively relayed; the audience is given the
impression that social media has overwhelmed the main characters and
is at the root of all their successes but also all their problems.
Both the writing of the play and the raw emotion that the cast
members offered resulted in a very realistic portrayal of how depression
not only affects the individual, but also the people around them. The
musical composition mixed with the stellar vocals created a soundtrack
that livened the already complex and passionate dialogue and helped to
bring forth every feeling that Levenson wanted us to feel: despair, anger,
hope and even laughter. Tears were definitely brought to the eyes of
many, but the darker aspects of the musical were brilliantly contrasted
with moments of comical relief, helping to bring a lighter feeling into the
room without diminishing the overall message.
DEAR EVAN HANSEN,
With both the Murphy and Hansen family struggling in similar realms,
Dear Evan Hansen, creates class commentary expressing that the effects of
mental health have no boundaries. The Murphys, free of worries when it
comes to money, find themselves struggling to understand and cope with
the death of their son, Conner. Heidi Hansen, played by Jessica Sherman,
grappling with a very different financial situation, eventually finds herself
in a very similar circumstance as she struggles to understand the true
emotions of her son, Evan, played by Stephen Christopher Anthony.
Dear Evan Hansen immerses viewers into a slightly uncomfortable, but
much needed, position where they are forced to face the darker truths of
the teenage experience. Reaching past the cliché of suggesting that
emotions can simply be overcome, Evan Hansen examines maladaptive
thinking and digs into the idea that although an individual may not be able
to simply overcome their feelings, they can manage and adapt their
perception and outlook on life.
The mundanity of everything from the wardrobe to Evan’s awkward hand
motions made the cast seem like part of our own lives: they were just
another group of people that we haven’t yet gotten the chance to meet.
With no “happy ending” the audience was left to ponder upon what the play
meant to them.
Even though the play mostly centers on the experience of teens, don’t fret if
you don’t fit into this demographic, for Dear Evan Hansen has a message for
everyone. The musical will be continuing to tour the continent; dates of
when the play will be taking place near you can be found on the Dear Evan
Hansen official site, along with a link to purchase your ticket!
BEST AND WORST FEMALE
l'Il be focusing on my favorite and most hated female
characters. Personally, villains are typically my favorite
characters. I just find powerful women so inspiring. Female
characters are hated. And for no reason except for carrying
out the plot. For that reason, I find it reassuring when morally
good women lose all common sense. Not to mention, they’re
costume design is the most brilliant thing I’ve ever seen.
Funnily enough, female characters can also be my most
hated characters when they come off as annoying. And it’s
usually the result of a clichéd archetype. So here are my most
loved and hated female characters (in no particular order).
MODEL: NICOLE BELTRAN
Cruella (2021): Cruella’s character is so developed, she is easy
to separate from the other versions of her. When people make
remakes they try to stick to the same plot and it ultimately fais.
Her story line was put together so well. And her costume
design still gives me chills.
Regina (Once Upon a Time): Firstly, her costume design is so
wonderfully put together. Besides that, I loved her character
development. She was trying to become a good person, while
dealing with betrayal, heartache, and the righteous (but
hypocritical) fairytale characters.
Regina George: She's an icon. And in the end, she won. And
that’s all that needs to be said.
MODEL: TALIA BOCK
Isabelle (H20): If you watched it, that is all that news to be
said. If not… well… she is the definition of a pick me. She is
always looking for attention and alway trying to compete
Jane (Jane the Virgin): She is not a good person. She’s
supposed to be a morally righteous character, but she isn’t.
She’s a hypocrite, lacks loyalty, and was always in someone’s
Mary Margaret (Once Upon a Time): I’d dislike her for the
same reason I dislike Jane. Why was she so nosy? Sure she
had redeeming factors like kindness, but I dislike how that
was her personality trait.
Reading can quite honestly be extremely boring…. When you’re
reading the wrong thing that it is.
If you’re a sucker for a good book like myself, you’ve definitely
stumbled upon the “classics” category a few times, and whilst these
books may be the pillar of literature, they are aren’t always the read
they we hope and yearned for.
Of course there’s merit to them, but too often the road ends there. So
why do these books continue to be read? Well I think there’s a few
reasons and to be honest they aren’t that complicated!
1) It gives off a certain appearance when holding a classic. Forcing
ourselves to finish the paperback, or simply never opening it, and then
raving that the book is amazing to appear like an academic is a definite
contributor to books like “Heart of Darkness” still be paraded.
2) We don’t have access to Change the curriculum of courses, and are
therefore subject to some awful readings.
3) Some classics really are truly AMAZING, which in turn opens the
door for the lot of them to stay. One of my favorites is Wuthering
Heights ( a good read if you’re into the gothic scene)
So what’s the point? Reading a classic shouldn’t be boring. Some of
them really are the pillars of our literary community. Hence, if you’re
300 pages in and the book continues to remain static and boring, I
would suggest closing it and keeping it that way!
MODEL: DAISY NOTO
SHE WAS doing it again. People watching, that was. She liked to watch
people, to make up stories about their lives that could either be true or
entirely outlandish. Her mom always told her that it was a bad habit, that she
should cut it out before she seriously offended someone. But her mom wasn’t
here, so she could people watch to her heart’s content. The boy she was
watching now appeared to be about her age, and he had been fiddling with
the mug in his hands for the past five minutes. He was waiting for someone,
she supposed. Or maybe hiding from someone.
She raised her own hot chocolate-filled mug to her lips, and took a small sip.
The liquid was still hot, and it burned her tongue on impact. You’re too
impatient, she thought, then grimaced at the fact that she had thought it. She
sounded like her mother.
“You just finished college. Wait a few years before moving to the city,” she had said.
She scoffed at the memory. Yeah, right.
Her dainty brown fingers curled around the burning surface of the pastel blue
mug. It had a glossy finish, and the name of the coffee shop, Lovely Little
Lattes, had been printed on it in white script.
Lovely Little Lattes was a lovely little place. It was quaint and tranquil, more so
now because it was Christmas Eve, and people would rather be at home with
their families than here, watching strangers. She had no other family in this
town, though, and any place away from her mom was a place she’d prefer to
be. Lovely Little Lattes was festive enough. This wasn’t a bad way to spend
Without warning, the boy she had been watching chugged the contents of his
mug and stood up, making his way to the table she was seated at. She was
wrong. So, very wrong. Getting chewed out by a stranger for her creepy
behavior was a terrible way to spend Christmas Eve.
The boy took a seat. He even smiled at her, which was the exact opposite of
what she expected. “Hey,” he said, brown eyes alight with an emotion she
“Hi?” She didn’t mean for it to come out as a question, but she was nervous.
The boy was handsome. Too handsome.
He quirked a dark brow. “Were you watching me?”
She crossed her arms. “You would have had to be watching me to know if I
was watching you.”
“I was watching you. Sort of.” He grinned boyishly. “I was working up the
courage to come talk to you.”
“Aren’t you waiting for someone?”
“No?” he answered, a bit confused.
“So you’re alone on Christmas Eve? That’s kind of sad.”
“Then I guess we’re both kind of sad.”
“Speak for yourself—I’m perfectly content.”
He laughed sonorously. “I like you.”
“You just met me.”
“And you’ve already given me reason enough to like you.” He grinned. He did that a
lot, she noticed, as if there were an abundance of smiles bursting out of his
reserves. “I’m Mateo.”
Mateo. Big brown eyes. Warm, inviting. Like a cup of cocoa.
“What is a girl named after the holiday doing alone on Christmas Eve?”
Noelle cupped her hands around the mug, and the warmth of the porcelain
permeated her palms. Sighing, she looked down at the marshmallows that floated
aimlessly in the chocolate beverage. She had made sure to order extra, like some
sort of child. “I just don’t want to be at home.”
“Fight with a relative?”
“Yeah. My mom.”
“What about?” Noelle raised a brow, and Mateo held up his hands defensively. “If
you don’t mind telling me, of course.”
Noelle chewed on a bit of her inner lip. “I want to move to New York; she’s against
it.” Mateo hummed inquisitively as he studied her. Under his gaze, Noelle began to
feel somewhat uncomfortable. “What?”
“You want to be a writer.”
“How did you—”
“How did you—”
“You dress like one,” he explained. “And you’re not the only person in the world
who enjoys people watching.” He winked, and Noelle’s stomach lurched.
“God, please never wink at me again.”
Mateo laughed. “I like you, Noelle.”
“If you want to move to the city, you should,” he said. The laughter in his eyes
had yet to fade.
“Why do you say that?”
Mateo shrugged. “Sometimes, you just have to make shit happen.”
Noelle opened her mouth to speak, only to be interrupted by the buzzing in her
pocket. She pulled out her phone and frowned upon seeing the caller ID. It was
Her ever-observant company seemed to figure as much. “You should go home to
your mom,” he said, standing up from his seat. Noelle followed him with her eyes,
disappointment hidden somewhere within them. She didn’t want him to leave. He
smiled warmly at her. “Merry Christmas, Noelle.”
He gave a short nod, and just like that, he was gone. Noelle was still seated at
that same table, dumbfounded. Why had he gone out of his way to speak to her if
he was just going to leave? With furrowed brows, she downed the rest of her
cocoa peevishly. She was tired of watching, tired of waiting for others to give her
the okay. She was going to make shit happen.
She ran out into the frigid night, looking around frantically for that head
of umber curls. The streetlights had been decorated with warm white
Christmas lights, which created a cozy ambience throughout the town. At
the crosswalk, she finally spotted him across the street, his head lowered
as he walked. She called his name, causing his head to shoot up. He
turned around, his brown eyes alight, as if he somehow knew Noelle
would come after him.
She bounced impatiently at the crosswalk, and all but ran across the
street when she was finally permitted to cross. Now, she stood before
him, her chest heaving. “Mateo.”
A GOOD BOOK!
MODEL: SOFIA TOVAR
MODEL: SHANNON MACGREGOR
HOW ARE YOU CELEBRATING
YOUR NEW YEARS?
FUZZY SOCKS AND A MOVIE?
A SMALL INTRODUCTION TO CRYSTALS AND
BY EMI ERBETTA
Spirituality in general is based around healing and balance, and like most things
there are many ways of practicing it. This makes spirituality kind of hard to
define, but a good way of putting it is that spirituality is an experience, some may
label it as a “spiritual journey”. Spirituality should be experienced directly rather
than just learned about or discerned through intellectual means. So, when you’re
looking into what spirituality is, remember that the words themselves aren’t
spirituality, but rather a source of knowledge or a gateway into it. Spirituality is a
lot about consciousness, or more of just tapping into a higher level of
consciousness, it’s like being in tune with your reality and everything around you.
So, spirituality isn't what you do, but how you do it. Or rather, it's who you're
being in this exact moment. Or in other words, the energy or vibrations you're
transmitting. Right now, we all exist at a certain level of consciousness, which
can always be expanded greatly into the state we associate with spirituality. In
each and every moment, you choose which state of consciousness you reside in.
It's completely up to you. It's always been up to you; you just didn't know it.
However, this doesn't mean that you can just flip a switch after reading this and
awaken… which brings me back to the point of spirituality being a journey of just
getting to know your inner self.
When it comes to things like crystals, there is always one for what you want to
find. Crystals generally are just there to enhance your energy whether it is
through confidence, emotional support or overall vitality. Different people say
that crystals can help enhance our vibrations because they vibrate in ways that
would help with what you are trying to achieve. During ancient times, in Egypt;
there was a lifestyle practiced that was called Kemetic, it was mainly a religion
and a way of living that also based itself around crystals, for example goddess
Auset would bathe at the river and massage rose quartz on her face, to enhance
her beauty. A lot of other cultures use things like the evil eye and other crystals
as a way for protection, some even carving them into tombstones in order to
protect the soul in the afterlife. Crystals have also signified royalty in other
If you’re thinking of getting into crystals, here is a list of some of
the best ones I would recommend to start off with and what they
1. Rose Quartz
a. A universal love stone. In order to experience love fully, your heart
chakra must be open to it. Rose quartz guides your heart chakra to open
up to love—self love, romantic connections, family, etc.
2. Black Tourmaline
a. This stone is mainly for protection in all forms, killing low vibrational
energy around you.
a. Amethyst has a calming, non-overwhelming energy that is noticeable
enough to feel it around you. It’s good to connect into your intuition and
it is really good to keep next to your bed and help with your sleep.
4. Clear Quartz
a. This crystal is very helpful with healing, pain relief and keeping away
negativity. Some people say it improves their memory and it increases
5. Tigers Eye
a. This crystal inspires brave but sensible choices, it helps to bring
energy and motivation into your life.
A lot of people choose to cleanse their
crystals with incense, salt, or salt water. They
then charge them by burying them into the
ground, or with either sunlight or moonlight.
People who are certified Reiki practitioners
also tend to choose to use Reiki as a way of
charging their crystals.
In the end, spirituality, crystals, energy, and
manifesting is just something a lot of people
use to bring positivity into the aspects of their
lives that they feel need it, and if it is
something that catches your attention, there is
nothing wrong with starting to learn about it
from multiple sources and starting off small
and getting more into it as time goes on.
T H E H I S T O R Y B E H I N D
H O T C O C O A
We are all familiar with the delicious, chocolatey beverage that makes an
appearance every year around the holidays. As an essential ingredient of the
‘perfect’ chilly December evening, hot chocolate represents more than merely a
delightful holiday drink. In fact, the origins of this beverage extend back
millennia and were a fundamental part of the culture of many Latin American
MODEL: SOFIA TOVAR
Long before it was introduced to the world in standard
chocolate bar form, cocoa was served as a liquid made by
grinding cocoa seeds into paste and mixing with water,
cornmeal, and chilli peppers. Dating back as early as 500
BC, hot cocoa was found in predominantly wealthy Mayan
civilizations and went by the name of xocoatl. This drink
did not make its way to Europe until much later when,
upon explorer Hernán Cortés’ conquest of the Mayan
empire in the 1500's, it was adopted by the court of King
Henry V and then traveled through the upper levels of
Spanish society. It was only after its introduction to Spain
that the changes were made to its ingredients. Cornmeal
and chilli peppers were soon substituted for luxurious
spices like cinnamon and sugar, and the cold bitter drink
turned into a sweet one served hot. However, news of this
delightful treat didn’t spread throughout the rest of
Europe until nearly a hundred years later.
A C H O C O L A T E R E V O L U T I O N Q U I C K L Y T O O K
E U R O P E B Y S T O R M A S L O V E F O R T H E
S W E E T B E V E R A G E S P R E A D L I K E W I L D F I R E .
S O O N , C H O C O L A T E H O U S E S ( S I M I L A R T O
M O D E R N D A Y C O F F E E S H O P S O R C A F É S )
C O U L D B E F O U N D B U S T L I N G W I T H A C T I V I T Y
O N E V E R Y S T R E E T C O R N E R . T H E S E
C H O C O L A T E H O U S E S W E R E E P I C E N T E R S O F
C O N V E R S A T I O N , N E T W O R K I N G , A N D F U N ,
A S N O B L E S , P O L I T I C I A N S , A N D
A R I S T O C R A T S F R E Q U E N T E D T H E
I N S T I T U T I O N S . I T I S E S T I M A T E D T H A T
L O N D O N W A S H O M E T O N E A R L Y 7 0 0
U N I V E R S A L L Y P O P U L A R C H O C O L A T E
H O U S E S . U L T I M A T E L Y , M O R E C H A N G E S
W E R E M A D E T O T H E C O M P O S I T I O N O F T H E
D R I N K S T H A T R E N D E R E D T H E M M U C H L I K E
T H E B E V E R A G E W E A L L K N O W A N D L O V E
T O D A Y . H A N S S L O A N E , P R E S I D E N T O F T H E
R O Y A L C O L L E G E O F P H Y S I C I A N S ,
I N T R O D U C E D T H E I D E A O F A D D I N G M I L K T O
C R E A T E A M O R E P A L A T A B L E D R I N K . T H I S
B E C A M E W I D E L Y P O P U L A R , A N D W A S
A D O P T E D B Y C U L T U R E S A L L A C R O S S T H E
W O R L D
E V E N T O D A Y , H O T C H O C O L A T E H A S A H O L D O N T H E L I V E S O F M A N Y .
I N A M E R I C A , H O T C H O C O L A T E C A N B E F O U N D D I S P E N S E D F R O M
C O F F E E M A C H I N E S O R P A C K A G E D I N P O W D E R E D F O R M . S P A I N ’ S
C O C O A B E V E R A G E R E T A I N S M A N Y O F I T S I N I T I A L C H A R A C T E R I S T I C S
A N D G O E S B Y T H E N A M E O F C H O C O L A T E A L A T A Z A , W H I L E I T A L Y
C L I N G S T O T H E T H I C K , R I C H C I O C C O L A T A C A L D A . W H E R E V E R Y O U
M A Y B E F R O M , I T I S I M P O S S I B L E T O D E N Y H O W P E R F E C T A W A R M
C U P O F C O C O A C A N S E E M O N A C H I L L Y W I N T E R E V E N I N G . N E X T
T I M E Y O U T A K E A S I P , R E M E M B E R T H E T H O U S A N D S O F Y E A R S O F
R I C H C U L T U R E A N D C H O C O L A T E E V O L U T I O N T H A T R E S U L T E D I N T H E
C U P O F C O C O A S I T T I N G B E F O R E Y O U !
1. Mix a box of cake mix, 3 eggs, a cup of
water, and ½ cup vegetable oil in a large
2. Place batter in a pan, and put in oven for
15-20 minutes at 350°F.
3. Take the cake out of the oven. Before the
cake cools, use your hands to crumble
the cake into tiny pieces (it’s important
to do this immediately after taking the
cake out of the oven in order to lock in
4. Take frosting 1 spoonful at a time and
mix it into the crumbled cake until the
texture is moist.
5. Form little spheres of cake in the palms
of your hands, then place them on a tray.
Place sticks into the balls of cake and
put in the freezer for 30 minutes.
6. Melt one bag of white chocolate baking
chips in the microwave. Put them in for
30 seconds, then stir and melt for
another 30 seconds.
7. Take out the cake pops from the freezer
and dip them in the melted white
chocolate. Once they harden, take
frosting, sprinkles, or any other toppings
to decorate and enjoy!
RED VELVET H OLIDAY C OOKIES
Mix red velvet cake mix, 2 eggs, and ½ cup vegetable oil in
a bowl. Add white chocolate chips into the mixture if
Roll cookie dough into balls to place in the oven at 350°F
for 15 minutes, or until expanded.
Take cookies out of the oven and cool in the fridge for 10
Frost cookies with vanilla or cream cheese frosting and
add sprinkles or white chocolate chips to decorate. Use
writing gel to decorate the cookies with snowflake or
holiday designs if desired.
ke a box of cake mix, 3 eggs, a cup of
water, and ½ cup vegetable oil, and
mix in a bowl.
Place batter in cupcake wrappers in
a cupcake pan. Bake in the oven at
350°F for 15-20 minutes.
Take cupcakes out, then let them
cool in the fridge until they are not
Use vanilla or cream cheese
frosting to frost the tops of the
cupcakes as a snowy base layer. Use
sprinkles to decorate the snowy
layer as desired.
Cut marshmallows as needed and
stack 3 on top of each other.
Use writing gel to draw on eyes, a
nose, and buttons.
7. Cut a toothpick in half and stick
one in each side of the snowman for
the arms. Enjoy!
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