DIY Peppermint Plate


DIY Peppermint Plate

Here is a fun little Holiday project you can do with the kiddos- a DIY Peppermint Plate. I have to say of ALL the Christmas crafts and recipes we did together this year…and we did a lot…this was the favorite by far. It was also the easiest!

The first thing you need….is a super cute assistant to be in charge of the mint unwrapping…I had 2 super cute assistants which was even better!






What You Need:

Starlight Peppermints

Round Metal Pan with sides

Parchment Paper


(The number of peppermint candies you need will depend on your pan size)



Preheat your oven to 350

Line your pan with parchment paper. I cut mine to fit the pan.


Unwrap and fill your pan with mints. Make sure your mints are as close as possible.


Place in oven for 8-10 minutes. Just keep an eye on it.


Remove from oven and allow to cool.


You can see it is pretty cool!


….not super fragile…though I wouldn’t recommend dropping it. 🙂


Really pretty! I served my Peppermint Bark on my Peppermint Plate. (You can check out the Peppermint Bark recipe here)

And if you like it…don’t forget to pin it! (The Button to Pin is directly below)

Other Holiday Recipes & Crafts You May Enjoy…

Bourbon Pecans

Holiday Peppermint Patties

Pretzel Turtles Recipe

Homemade Cinnamon Rolls

Pumpkin Spice Latte (Crockpot Recipe Version)

Ode to Cranberry: Cranberry Recipes

Handprint Snowman Ornament

DIY Kissing Ball

Reindeer Thumbprint Ornament

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  1. says

    I’m totally in love with this! Pinned and tweeted. We appreciate you being a part of our party, and I hope to see you on tonight at 7 pm. We love partying with you!
    Happy Monday! Lou Lou Girls

  2. Betsy says

    I love this I made small ones way back when pot pie tins were around. I also have done this with hard Christmas candies . I used mine for ornaments and they kept for years I did shellac them.

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