How to Make Edible Peppermint Shot Glasses With Leftover Candy

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Who DOESN’T have a ton of peppermint candies laying around during the holiday season?

You know the ones we’re talking about?! These guys:

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Well, if you happen to get tired of eating them the traditional way, “The Great Christmas Light Fight” judge Taniya Nayak has a way for you to spice things up.

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Melt and mold ‘em into little shot glasses!

First, melt the candies on a baking sheet at about 275°F for around 10 minutes, or until they’re flat and melted.

Then, peel off the warm, melted candy -- let them cool a bit first, of course! -- and mold it around shot glasses.

Once hardened, they’re ready to be used as shot glasses!

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Rach suggests pouring chilled vodka and a splash of pomegranate or cranberry juice in them to create a delicious and festive peppermint cocktail. We’re in!

How cute are they?!

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Have more peppermint candies to spare? Try making this adorable peppermint cook tray!

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