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Make Your Own Totally Edible Holiday Candy Tray

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The idea for this tray has been making the rounds on Pinterest for months, and only now is it officially appropriate. The season is finally upon us! Chances are, you're going to need something to serve all of your holiday treats on. This tray is inexpensive, unique and fun to make. Also, it's edible.

All you need are Star Brite candies, parchment or wax paper, a cookie sheet and an oven. Arrange the candies on the cookie sheet and warm them in a preheated 350 degree oven for 8 to 10 minutes. DONE.

Thanks to Tutto Bella blog for this idea.

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