Mix together (you may need to add more flour, I usually do) and put a peppermint in the middle. Grease a cookie sheet, bake at 350 for 10-15 minutes. They come out soft, but harden up nicely so they can be stored at the barn. They are messy but horses tend to love them!
I have also made homemade coat conditioner and I have tried to make the saddle conditioner but it never sets up correctly.
I found some cute, miniature, felt stockings at Target, in the dollar spot. Also found there, some bags of peppermints, that fit perfectly inside of them.....instant horsey gift for $2!! Actually, when I went back this past weekend to get some additional ones, I got 3 stockings and 3 bags of pappermints, and it came out to $4.02 with tax....they must have been less than a dollar, or marked down.....my brain is too tired to figure that one out
Where am I, and what am I doing in this handbasket???
I do it simply...get a pack of paper lunch bags, hit the horse store and get several types of horse treats. Label to bags for each horse/rider and then start "one-potato/two-potato'ing the treats into the bags. Pretty soon, you'll have your treats all divied up (divvied?). I staple the bag closed and distribute them around.