How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train


How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


Notes:

• If you are not sure how fast the candy melts in your local grocery store turnover, buy some Wilton chocolates. They are a great consistency and generally easier to work with.

• If your chocolate melts are not smoothing out as you would like, add a touch of vegetable oil and heat again (this would be the third round).

• Load your piping bag into a glass, pointy side down. Fold the edges over the glass. Now fill with your melted white chocolate via a spoon. Snip the bottom (if using disposable), and you can use your candy piping bag to “candy glue” as well as to decorate. Remember, you cannot reheat candy in a piping bag, so work with small amounts!

• We filled the coal car this with gumdrops. You could fill it with any type of candy you like including chocolates (black coal), raspberry gummies, or wrapped round candy.

• You do not have to use the candies “we” (that is the royal we since my niece did 99% of this train… I was spare hands) did. The biggest thing to remember when making this train is scale… do not let your candies get too large.

• This was edged at the top with a piping. You could also edge the “windows” to match.

• If using edible glue or sprinkles, make sure to use a light hand and sprinkle on top of the edging while the candy is wet.

• Whatever you do allow the chocolate to dry before moving on to the next section.

• To save time, do a section, candy-glue and then do the next part while the candy-glue is drying.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


Toaster Pastry Christmas Train Ingredients:

• 6 Toaster Pastry
• 1 Peanut (for the smoke stand)
• 4 Mini Fruit Slices (for the cow pusher in the front of the train)
• 6 Small Cookies (for wheels)
• 6 plain Sugar Cookies (locomotive body)
• 2 Licorice (for wheel brace)
• 1 Lifesaver (headlight)
• 1 Airhead (windows, or use 2 mini airheads to mix and match colors – which was what this tutorial shows)
• 4 Starlights (coal car wheels)
• Gumdrops (coal)

Toaster Pastry Christmas Train Mise en Place:

• Piping Bag
• Bowl
• Spoon
• Knife
• Cutting Board
• Wax Paper
• 2 Glasses
• White Chocolate Melts

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


Toaster Pastry Christmas Train Directions:

• Make all your cuts first if possible.
• Cut peanut into a 1/3-2/3 section.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Cut one mini airhead in half. If using a large airhead, cut 2 small windows (for the side of the train cab), and 1 large window (for the cab front window).

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Cut mini fruit slices for the cow pusher.
• 1 – leave the whole half.
• 1 – cut in half.,
• 2 – cut ¾, ¼.
• This is going to be assembled as: ¼, ½, ¾, full, ¾, ½, ¼.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Toaster pastry – leave 3 whole for the front, back, and roof.
• Cuts:
• #1 Trim one toaster pastry along the edges so you can see the filling inside.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• #2 Trim short end of a second toaster pastry. Cut in half lengthwise. These are the tall walls of the cab.
• #3 Trim long edges off a third toaster pastry. Match up the height of the “wall” from the first toaster pastry cut, turn the piece around and cut again. You want 2 long-ish pieces + 2 matching short pieces to form the coal car.
• You will be candy-gluing the cut edges, and they will not be visible.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Cut a small amount of cookie off of one plain sugar cookie to form a flat bottom.
• Place a second cookie on top of that cut cookie, and cut off the same amount. Repeat for all remaining sugar cookies. By doing this, your sugar cookies will end up the same size.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Lay out wax paper on your work surface.
• Place a cup of white chocolate melts into a bowl. Heat in the microwave for 30 seconds, stir. Heat in microwave for another 30 seconds; stir. Repeat a third time. Check the consistency of your chocolate. If smooth, do not heat further. If it still does not stir and drip smoothly, heat one more time.
• Drop a dollop of melted white chocolate between each cut sugar cookie to “glue” them together. No candy on either end.
• Allow to dry.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Place melted white chocolate into a pastry bag.
• Place down the toaster pastry that was trimmed on all four sides, unfrosted side down.
• Place a line of chocolate down along the edge of the pastry.
• Place one pastry for the long wall cut side down on top of the wet melted white chocolate. Use a glass to help prop it up until it had time to set.
• Place the small toaster pastry cut side down on top of the wet melted white chocolate along the back. Use a glass to help prop it up until it had time to set.
• Place one pastry for the other long wall cut side down on top of the wet melted white chocolate. Use a glass to help prop it up until it had time to set.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Place some glue along the last small piece of toaster pastry and insert in the open space. You may be able to set it in like the rest of them, or have to do it this way.
• Pipe some melted white chocolate into the inside corners.
• Allow to dry.
• Place a line of melted candy on all outside edges. You want to be sure everything is sealed.
• Allow to dry.

Note: Do not worry about chocolate drips or splatters much, you can trim the edges up later (and will).

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Using melted chocolate, attach the front window to an uncut toaster pastry’s frosting side.
• Lay down the two cut side walls of the engine cab frosting side up. Dab some melted chocolate on the windows, attach to the side wall. You may want to make sure these are fairly even for the 3 pieces – or at least not hugely different in height when they are glued together.
• Allow to dry.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Pick up the dry locomotive body and slather melted white chocolate on the bottom flat part.
• Place on wax paper and allow to dry.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Attach the cow pusher using the mini fruits as so: ¼, ½, ¾, full, ¾, ½, ¼.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Attach lifesaver light with a dab of melted chocolate.
• Attach peanut smokestack with the smaller piece in front of the larger piece (also with melted chocolate for glue).
• Attach 2 small cookies on each side of the locomotive body.
• Attach 1 licorice brace to “connect” the 2 small cookies.
• Allow to dry.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Edge the top of the coal car with melted white chocolate.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• When completely dry, lift off the wax paper and trim the bottom edges.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Assemble the cab:
• Lay an uncut toaster pastry side down.
• Edge the long sides with melted white chocolate.
• Place one long cut toaster pastry down on the melted white chocolate with a window facing out.
• Repeat on the opposite side. Use glasses to hold sides in place.
• Allow to dry.
• Place a line of melted white chocolate on each of the long sides, and place the front of the cab (window side out) on top of that.
• Allow to dry.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Stand the cab up (windows should be high).
• Line the top of the cab with melted with chocolate.
• Place an uncut toaster pastry on top of that melted chocolate.
• Allow to dry.
• Place a line of melted candy on all outside edges. You want to be sure everything is sealed.
• Edge the top to match the coal car.
• Allow to dry.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Place the coal car on its side, and dab two spots of melted white chocolate.
• Attach starlight candies for wheels.
• Allow to dry.
• Repeat for the other side.
• Load with “coal”.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Attach two small wheels to the cab.
• Dab melted chocolate onto the back of the locomotive body. Attach to the cab.
• Allow to dry.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• Place a brace from the front wheels to the back wheels on the locomotive using melted white chocolate.
• Allow to dry.

How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


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How to Make a Toaster Pastry Christmas Train. This eatable Christmas Train made with toaster pastries is a fun alternative to a gingerbread house. Use it as your table decor, and then eat it for dessert. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to learn how to assemble this adorable Christmas train.


• There are a ton of steps to this tutorial, but it is not at all difficult to make. The biggest concern is making sure you have melted chocolate, and that you allow all parts to dry.
• This is SO cute in person! It went off to my nephew-by-marriage’s work and was a big hit.


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50 Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes

50 Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes. A long list of Thanksgiving Day Dinner Menu Recipes to share with friends and family. Everything from appetizers to entrees to dessert to make your Thanksgiving meal complete. Whether you are hosting Thanksgiving dinner (or lunch) in your home, or making one special recipe to take to your friend's or relative's house, this list of Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes can help you plan your meal.


50 Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes

Thanksgiving Day is a special time to gather with friends and family. We give thanks for all the good things in our lives and spend time reflecting on what makes the United States just so very special. Many people go out to dinner on Thanksgiving, but even more stay home and make a feast! Whether you are hosting Thanksgiving dinner (or lunch) in your home or making one special recipe to take to your friend’s or relative’s house, this list of Thanksgiving Dinner Recipes can help you plan your meal.

I have listed many, many recipes that I have made over the years on the list below. You can make a complete Thanksgiving dinner that is fairly easy, and delicious from the recipes below. I am certain you will find that perfect new addition to your family’s meal.

If you are looking for recipes that may not be listed below, click here.

If you are looking for cocktail recipes, jello shots recipes, punch recipes, and more adult beverages for your Thanksgiving Day Dinner, click here.

Thanksgiving Dinner Appetizers

Cheesy Bacon Twice Baked Potato Bites Recipe

Cheesy Kale and Artichoke Dip

Gluten-Free Cheese Bites Recipe

Prosciutto Asparagus Spears Recipe

Turkey Cream Cheese Pinwheels Recipe

Zucchini Soup Recipe. A delicious, easy to make zucchini soup that makes great use of fresh zucchini. If you are looking for a zucchini soup recipe that is not like all the others, this is the recipe for you!


Thanksgiving Dinner Soups and Salads

Cauliflower Cheese Soup Recipe

Corn Chowder Recipe

Creamy Turkey Soup

Panera’s Cream Cheese Potato Soup

Potato – Leek Soup

Zucchini Soup Recipe

Spinach Salad with Pomegranate Vinaigrette Dressing Recipe

Homemade Yeast Rolls Recipe. From scratch homemade rolls are warm, soft, delicious, and they smell fantastic too! Nothing tastes better than fresh homemade rolls. Make your own rolls with this easy (really!) Homemade Yeast Rolls Recipe.


Thanksgiving Dinner Breads and Rolls

Creamed Corn Cornbread Recipe

Faux Sourdough Bread

Homemade Yeast Rolls Recipe

Pumpkin Puffs Recipe

Zucchini Carrot Bread Recipe

Zucchini Chocolate Chip Bread Recipe

How to Cook a Turkey. Making a delicious turkey for the holidays is easier than you think. By following this simple step by step turkey roasting tutorial even the most novice cook will produce a tender, tasty and juicy bird sure to impress your guests!


Thanksgiving Dinner Entrees

Deep Fried Turkey

How to Cook a Turkey

Orange and Cranberry Steamed Carrots Recipe. This simple to make side dish recipe dresses up fresh carrots to perfection. Whether you make it for the holidays, or for a family dinner, this Orange and Cranberry Steamed Carrots Recipe pairs well with turkey, pork, chicken, and beef – a wonderful accompaniment to your dinner entrée!


Thanksgiving Dinner Side Dishes

How to Make Turkey Gravy

Acorn Squash

Chunky Parmesan Smashed Potatoes Recipe

Easy Carrot Cranberry Salad Recipe

Frizzled Cabbage Recipe

Orange and Cranberry Steamed Carrots Recipe

Oven Roasted Parmesan Green Beans

Parsley Potatoes

Pork and Cranberry Stuffing Recipe

Slow Cooker Maple Acorn Squash Recipe

Spiced Cranberry Butternut Squash Recipe

Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe

White Russian Tiramisu Cake Recipe. This no-egg, no-cooking, tiramisu recipe comes together quickly. It can be served immediately, or made the day before your special event or dinner. The melt-in-your mouth creamy, rich, coffee-cocoa goodness of this white Russian tiramisu will have your friends and family asking for seconds!


Desserts

Apple Brown Betty

Baby Apple Walnut Pies Recipe

Banana Split Icebox Cake Recipe

Blueberry Pie Recipe

Carrot Cake Cupcakes Recipe

Danish Puff Recipe

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Oatmeal Crumble Bars Recipe – apples are perfect for Thanksgiving!

Gooey Bars Recipe

Maple Pumpkin Delight Pie Recipe

Mini Cranberry Orange Cake Recipe

No-Bake Cranberry Cheesecake Parfait Recipe

Pecan Pie Bars

Pear Crisp Recipe

Pumpkin Basket Sugar Cookie Cups Recipe

Pumpkin Cheesecake Thumbprint Cookies Recipe

Pumpkin Icebox Cake Recipe

Pumpkin Muffins Recipe

Pumpkin Nut Roll Recipe

Sour Cream Cheesecake Recipe

Sour Cream Pound Cake Recipe

Texas Sheet Cake Recipe

White Russian Tiramisu Cake Recipe

What can I say? I like dessert!


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Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament DIY

Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament DIY. Give your Christmas tree a personal touch and make your own ornaments this holiday season. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to make this adorable Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament!


Give your Christmas tree a personal touch and make your own ornaments this holiday season. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to make this adorable Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament!

These would also be so cute on top of a present as a little “extra” gift. Just attach one under the bow, or even in place of the bow, when you give a Christmas gift.

Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament DIY

I love making Christmas Tree ornaments! If you are looking for more DIY Christmas ornaments (some crafty, some upcycling existing ornaments), you may want to make these:

Elf Mason Jar Lid Ornament DIY – this is simply adorable!
How to Make Your Own Rudolph Ornament – upcycle, and so cute!
oy Decoupage Christmas Ornament – upcycle, more traditional.
Paw Print Ornaments – perfect for preserving furring little paws.
DIY Cork Snowflake Ornament – got wine corks!?
Essy DIY Button Snowflake Ornament – so simple to make!

Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament DIY. Give your Christmas tree a personal touch and make your own ornaments this holiday season. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to make this adorable Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament!


Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament Materials:

Mason Jar Lid Ring
• Felt: Red, White and Flesh Colored (blush, brown, black… up to you)
Christmas (holiday) Twine
• Small Googly Eyes
Puffy Paint Black or Pink
• Scissors
• Cotton Balls
Glue Gun
• Hot Glue Sticks
• Yarn Needle
• Pencil

Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament Directions:

Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament DIY. Give your Christmas tree a personal touch and make your own ornaments this holiday season. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to make this adorable Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament!


Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament DIY. Give your Christmas tree a personal touch and make your own ornaments this holiday season. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to make this adorable Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament!


• Tie a piece of 8″ twine onto the Mason Jar Lid Ring. Tie the ends into a knot and glue the knot right onto the backside of the lid ring.
• Trace the outside of your lid ring onto a piece of flesh-colored felt, cut out with scissors and carefully glue into the back side of your lid ring.
• Measure the top of your lid ring about ¼ of the way down and cut two pieces of a Santa hat out of red felt by making the bottom with ½” inch wider than your measurement to give room for the sides.

Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament DIY. Give your Christmas tree a personal touch and make your own ornaments this holiday season. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to make this adorable Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament!


• Place your two hats together and sew the sides together using your yarn needle, twine, and a basic blanket stitch. Bring the needle out directly below again, just below the edge of the fabric. Loop the thread around the needle where it emerges and pull the thread taut. You can read more here. (If you like, you can add a tad of fiberfill to the hat to make it puff-out just a bit.)
• Cut out a white cloud like-piece from your white felt for a hatband. Glue it to the bottom of your hat.
• Cut out a small white circle cloud for a “poof” at the top of the Santa hat. Glue it to the top of your hat.

Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament DIY. Give your Christmas tree a personal touch and make your own ornaments this holiday season. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to make this adorable Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament!


Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament DIY. Give your Christmas tree a personal touch and make your own ornaments this holiday season. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to make this adorable Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament!


• Cut a small sliver into the back middle of the hat, slide the hat onto the top of the Mason jar and slide the loop through the back sliver cut and secure the hat with hot glue.

Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament DIY. Give your Christmas tree a personal touch and make your own ornaments this holiday season. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to make this adorable Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament!


• Glue two googly eyes below the hat onto the flesh colored circle.

Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament DIY. Give your Christmas tree a personal touch and make your own ornaments this holiday season. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to make this adorable Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament!


• Pull apart your cotton balls and glue onto your Santa face below the eyes for a beard (see above).
• Use your black or pink puffy paint to draw on a dot for a nose.

Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament DIY. Give your Christmas tree a personal touch and make your own ornaments this holiday season. Follow these step-by-step tutorial instructions to make this adorable Santa Claus Mason Jar Lid Ornament!


• Let your ornament dry overnight and hang by the Christmas Twine loop.


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