Need Christmas Sweets Options? Read Up.

rsz_1mbp_pinkChristmas is about celebrating the real reason for the season, it is taking the time to thank God for Jesus, the ultimate message of Christmas. Also, it is about celebrating family, friendships and building memories that last. But most moms make the easy mistake of spending all time worrying about the minute details of parties, instead of involving family with preparation for our Christmas celebrations. For this working mom, Christmas is made easier with sweets-on-the-go type of gifts. I remember preparing teachers’ gifts with kids, it was a simple bag of chocolate cupcakes but made special with handwritten cards from my kids.

Christmas cupcake

So to help moms-on-the-go like me to save time and quickly look at the best options for Christmas sweets to give away, I have listed below my best options : sweetest and yummiest treats that do not break the budget. Read on.

Mommy Chi’s Dreamcakes                                                                                         Mommy Chi is a stay-at-home mom who excels at baking right from her own kitchen. She has made quite a name for being the first stop for specialty fondant cakes. So whether it is a birthday, wedding, friends’ meet up or anything imaginable you are celebrating, you can go to Mommy Chi for options and she can help you plan it and bake them for you.

Hello Kitty themed cake
Superman cake
wedding cake – chocolate moist cake with ganache with available sizes Size 6×8 , 7x 3, 8×3 10×3 , 12×5
Barbie cake with cupcakes

Mindy’s Kitchen Story                                                                                      Mindy is a wife and works full-time in the industry of Training and Development. She finds time to express her creativity in the kitchen and in her baking creations. She is on never-ending project of 51st dates with husband discovering new food destinations. She packages her cookies and cupcakes in creative cups and boxes, it is ready to be given as gifts anytime.

Honey Lemon Cupcakes in lemon buttercream frosting with sugar sprinkles


Espresso cookies in dark chocolate


Soft and chewy dark chocolate cookies


Mommy Jane’s Go Sweets Mommy Jane is not new to the limelight kitchen, with her son sharing the limelight on the Philippines’ franchise of Junior Masterchef. But she herself excels at baking and creating sweets masterpieces. Whether it is Christmas or not, you can see her with clients left and right who never tire of sampling her sweet creations.

candy buffet
yema cake


Mimi’s Pastimallows Pastimallows are known to be available from the south, but no need to travel far to get the best-tasting pastimallows. Mimi has them fresh from her oven. She got her name from her cute and adorable granddaughter who instead of calling her lola, calls her Mimi. Baking masterpieces always made out of love.



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DIY (Do-It-Yourself) Your Way to Your Celebrations

rsz_1mbp_pinkAmong my biggest blessings are friendships and relationships. It is such joy to be part of milestones, family successes and answered prayers. Sharing with you pictures from our celebrations, more than the DIY ideas and fun in creation, we thank God for what we made them for. DIY meet-ups are best organized with friendships. As early as planning and creating phase, you already build memories and stories that you will get to keep even after your planned events.

Proverbs 22:29 “Do you see a man skillful in his work? He will stand before kings; he will not stand before obscure men.”

Pre-Wedding Lunch


There is nothing like being greeted with fun colors and homey-feel-ambience. Pom-pom balls automatically add smiles to anyone’s party. Whatever size or color, you can decide to put them on tables, corners, hang them from lights, or even use them as instant bouquet!



Doilies out of paper make great table centrepieces. We just strewn upside down cupcake liners (aligned with the motif), add in sweets/candies and use wooden utensils with ribbons to complete ours. As options, you can also make use of colourful tin cans/pails and put in the utensils, or dress up the utensils with washi tape.


Ready-made initials made of wood are off the racks and you can dress it up on the gift table anytime. Feel free to add other trinkets such as picture frames out of paper shaped into shirts, we made use of them as guests’ notes, clipped them with miniature clothespin for the bride-to-be to keep after the event.


December Birthday and Jesus Party

A kiddie party does not have to be so expensive for moms, after all, you want planning to be as enjoyable to your kids as it was to you, and you also do not want to spend all the time stressing about preparation when you should be focusing on making it count as positively memorable for your kids.








Did this a couple of years ago. The theme was “sweet party”, but those who came also thought it was candy-themed, or ice-cream-themed. For food options, we just opted to add Minnie Mouse sweets on a stick as cake toppers. Adding them to a cupcake tiered-stand, trays of assorted sweets/candies, and wineglasses filled with Nips, marshmallow and wafer sticks.



No activities in mind yet? Do the Pinoy trademark pabitin. While waiting for the all the kids to get to the party, we handed coloring and drawing materials for the kids to use, they also played the ‘walang-kamatayang-newspaper-dance-game’, may be too old for the adults but was a big hit with the kids. Also played and encouraged the kids to sing to Gizmo’s Salvation Song from Superbook. It was a program by kids and for kids, from the opening prayer down to time-to-say-goodbye.

Pool Party

Put water and children together and you will never run out of fun and laughter all around. We helped put up a candy-bar (created in friendship and love, wink wink) for a friend’s daughter’s party. It was a welcome table with her full-catered party. Kids kept visiting the candy buffet for cookies, doughnuts, cupcakes, and lollies.




The giveaways did not also have to break the bank, can be as simple as kiddie bracelets (bestseller that day!) and loot bags out of pails full of foodies and mini-toys. Need to dress up wooden letters? Add them to torches and balloons on the grassy floor. Just make sure that the torches are not lit when you do. Place it right infront of a lawn spotlight and you have your instant lawn photo ops background.


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