Hope you all had a wonderful day spent with family and friends yesterday!! Our Christmas Day was spent with family opening presents, playing and watching classic Christmas specials and movies ☺️🎄🎅
We had spent Christmas Eve making a treat, we’ll be giving away to family and friends, we still have to see as part of their gifts. I chose to make these holiday pretzel m&m kiss treats this year, because they were super easy and our 3 year old son could help out for some of them ☺🥨🍫
The most tedious part was taking off the wrapping for the Hershey Kisses. This time I made them according to the recipe with milk chocolate kisses, but next time I’ll use the candy cane kisses for the festive peppermint flavour🎄We’ve all enjoyed the combination of salty pretzel with sweet chocolate and these are much easier then making dipped pretzels. I will definitely make these again! ✔️
Saw these at Costco tonight and we thought we’d give them a try. First I’ll say they were pretty good and we enjoyed the taste of the almond butter. It’s nowhere near as sweet as a Reese’s PB Cup, which is nice! Our son even put his stamp of approval on it 🙂 But I must say, I personally like milk chocolate for this particular treat. Which is not to say that I don’t like darker chocolate, because I do! We’ll continue to enjoy these chocolatey goodies for sure though and even buy them again.
When we saw a commercial for this frappe, it sounded super yummy, so we gave it a try a while back. If McDonald’s decides to keep it around permanently, it’ll be my new favourite!! Caramel and chocolate are another combo that just goes together perfectly. Now I won’t lie…it’s quite sweet!! So it’s definitely a treat. If caramel and chocolate are your favourite combo, try one before it disappears.
Happy 2018 Everyone!! Hope you all enjoyed the holidays as much as we did 🙂
Before the holidays, I was looking through Pinterest for a baking recipe, when I kept coming across these clusters. The face that they were made in the Crockpot was a huge plus, since I’m all about using mine!! The recipe I used was a 3-ingredient one consisting of almonds, chocolate chips and sea salt. The first time I made it was to try it out and made the original recipe. I did use dark chocolate instead of milk, as we like it better. We enjoyed that batch as well as gave some away. So when I decided to make it as part of our holiday gifts, I did add a 1/2 cup of dried cranberries to the recipe. We enjoyed this batch as well and thought the cranberries were a nice addition to it. I do think this year I’ll make them with almonds, another nut (either cashew or peanut), milk chocolate and cranberries – see how that turns out 🙂
So I’ve never been a huge fan of Peeps. Always found the flavours unappealing, for one reason or another. But I’ve kept on searching and trying to see if there ever would be a flavour I might like. Well, we were in the U.S. last month and I saw these in Target and thought we’d give it a try. We opened them up today and I can actually say that I LIKED these ones!! The chocolate dipped bottom added a nice touch to the peppermint flavoured marshmallow. Would buy this flavour again, if I come across them, or next time we’re in the U.S near the holidays.
Bon Appetite Everyone!! 🙂
So, I’ve always loved Nutella…I mean…chocolate and hazelnut…enough said right? WRONG. Chocolate and peanut butter…of course!! Funny thing is I LOVE the choco-peanut combo, so I’m not sure why it took me so long, to actually get around to trying this PB. I’ll tell you…I won’t be going back to Nutella ever again, because Kraft’s Chocolate PB hits every craving spot. If you haven’t tried it yet, I would definitely recommend you do, you may not go back to Nutella either LOL
My hubby and I were walking through Walmart, when we saw these beauties, and knew we had to buy a box of the Chocolate Peanut Butter Pop Tarts. Will definitely post again once we’ve given it a try, but for now, it sure does sound like a nummy combination!!
We had bought this at the Lindt Outlet Store, as the idea of it sounded yummy. BOY were we WRONG. Wasabi does NOT go with chocolate at all, and we like wasabi, so this was truly surprising to us. If you’re a wasabi lover, I’d say try it? But, if you’re not, keep away…it’s a waste of money. We’ll just stick to having wasabi with nummy sushi instead…