A little time and effort.
The candied bacons, walnuts and bacon have been the basis of many Christmas traditions in Scotland.
For example, the tradition of candied walnut balls, known as the “marshmallow” tradition, is still going strong in many parts of Scotland, with the traditional candied balls making an appearance in the Highlands, the Scottish Highlands.
If you’re looking to recreate some of those traditional Christmas traditions, you can make your own candied candied wafers by cutting them into little pieces, coating them with melted butter and adding some sugar.
You can find these candied candles in many Scottish supermarkets.
But if you’re not sure how to make them, you may want to check out this YouTube video, in which the makers explain the process and the results.
For this recipe, we used homemade candied white candied gingerbread cookies that are also called candied cranberry candies.
The gingerbread balls were also made using traditional ingredients such as candied lemon juice and powdered sugar.
We used a combination of spices, including ground ginger and ground cloves, to add the sweetness.