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이건 레시피라기보다 공예에 가까워요. 오븐도 필요 없고~ 그런데 정말 쉬워요^^ 크리스마스맞이 특별 디저트로 기분 내 보시길 바라며 소개드립니다. <재료> (트리 6개분) - 초코첵스나 비슷한 모양의 시리얼 3컵 - 스틱모양 과자 6개 - 땅콩잼 1/2컵 - 누텔라 1/4컵 - 상온에 둔 버터 3큰술 - 슈가 파우더 1컵 <만드는 법> 1.땅콩잼, 누텔라, 버터, 슈가파우더(장식용 약간 남기고)를 볼에 담고 잘 섞어줍니다. 2.스틱모양 과자 주위로 1의 반죽을 뒤집은 꼬깔 모양으로 뭉쳐주세요. 4번째 사진을 참조해주세요. ^^ 3.스틱과자를 핸들처럼 사용해서 꼭 잡고, 반죽 주위로 시리얼을 꽂아주세요. 균일하게 꽂아주셔야 트리가 예뻐요~ 가장 윗부분에 다다르면 시리얼을 반 잘라서 꽂아주셔야 모양이 나와요. 4.밖으로 튀어나온 스틱을 잘라준 후 시리얼을 마저 꽂아주세요. 5.슈가파우더를 위에 곱게 뿌려주면 완성~ 크리스마스가 다가와서 디저트 컬렉션을 새로 만들어봤어요. http://www.vingle.net/collections/1653911 쉬운 레시피도 많으니 관심 부탁드립니다^^ 그럼 빙글러님들 모두 좋은 하루 되세요~
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Faking It On Valentine's Day
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