Panettone Holiday Party Favor DIY

Glaze Dripped Bauli Pandoro
1 cup confectioner’s
2-6 tablespoons milk or water
½ teaspoon vanilla or almond extract (optional)
Non perils (optional)
For a simple glaze stir sugar, milk and the extract in a bowl until it becomes a creamy and thick consistency. You can create a thinner glaze by adding more milk, and thicken it by adding sugar.
Add non perils or sprinkles before the glaze dries.
*Place your pandoro in the dish you are gifting it in before pouring the drip over it. It’s always pretty when the glaze lands on the plate and creates a sugar puddle. Yuumm. We recommend going to your local thrift shop and finding some pretty mismatched teacup plates. You can often find them for a dollar or two!
Rosemary Place Cards
-fresh rosemary – one piece per place card
-white paper
-large toothpick
-glue Gun
-fine tip marker or printer
1.     Use your favorite font to write your guests name and print it on cardstock OR hand write with a fine tip marker of your choice.
2.     Cut 2.75” circle around the name.
3.     Hot glue rosemary around the outside of the circle.
4.     Cut the large toothpick in half.
5.     Hot glue it to the back of the place card and hold until it dries. We added washi tape over the dried glue to make it look nice from the back.
6.     Stick the skewer into the cake and adjust to the height you like.

Once your glaze is completely dry, put the plated mini pandoro on top of a clean piece of cheesecloth and cut a circle a few inches from the plate. Pull the sides up and tie with a piece of twine.
Have fun and get creative!

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