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In the meantime, checkout the first book in the Chandler Chocolate Box series.
Already read it? Your Amazon review would be greatly appreciated. (Keep in mind, if you’re short on time, reviews can be short and sweet. One, or two words is fine.) You can review here.
Now, go eat some chocolate. You deserve it!❤️
Happy Easter, everyone! Hope you have a day filled with love, laughter, and chocolate! Lots and lots of chocolate!
(P.S. You’re going to need a bigger basket.)
Because you just can’t go wrong with a Reese’s. And bonus points for the clever name.
Yes, you read that right. Robin eggs have just been taken up a notch.
These are a favorite any time of year, but put them in a sweet bunny container, and they are irresistible.
While Dove chocolate in general, is creamy, rich, and smooth, it’s the adorable packaging that made it the perfect spring treat.
They’re Kit Kats. They’re adorable. Enough said.
These little guys were a bit hard to track down, but Toad-ally worth it! If you can’t find these, the ladybugs, and chicks, are almost just as cute.
Admittedly, my favorite confection from this company. The mint isn’t too powerful, and just as the name implies, the chocolate melts in your mouth.
(available at World Market)
Confession: If you’ve followed my blog for any length of time, you’re probably aware of my nemesis, the raisin. However, the originality and unique melding of cinnamon and chocolate flavors, got my attention.
For me, these are an Easter staple. And yes, please bring on the jumbo bag.
Ghiradelli could run a business based on chocolate caramels alone. They’re that good.
Spring is the one season, we find these coconut confections. Personally, I’d welcome them all year along. Okay, keep the jelly beans, but bring on the toasted coconut.
Here a chick, there a chick, everywhere…chocolate. No-bunny is going to complain with a box of assorted confections.
So, there it is. My picks of the season. Some old, some new, but all oh so scrumptious!
What’s the best chocolate to find in your Easter basket? Share in the comment section below!
In honor of Pi Day, we’re hosting our first official Bake & Take.
What is a Bake & Take?
Bake something scrumptious. This month: Pies
Take a photo of your masterpiece and link in the comment section.
Sit back, while the foodie community salivates over your culinary creation.
Up Next: Spring Desserts
National Cereal Day
Flakes and Puffs, Krispies and Crunches, most of us can agree that there’s just something satisfying about cereal.
The experience starts in the grocery store. As I wander down the cereal aisle, scouting the brightly colored boxes, flaunting teethy-grinned cartoon mascots and promises of magical prizes hiding inside, I can’t help feeling a bit nostalgic. As a kid, there was nothing more enjoyable, than hunkering down in front of the television with an overflowing bowl of cereal, watching Saturday morning cartoons. Most of the time, Mom tried to keep us on the healthier side of the kid-cereal-spectrum, stocking the pantry with Cheerios or Rice Krispies. But, every once and a while, my brothers and I would catch a break. A sale. A coupon. A shopping trip with Dad. Eureka-Hello marshmallows for breakfast.
As much as I indulge in chocolate, I still have to adult-it up most the time with blander, grown-up choices. But, every once and a while, I find an excuse. A sale, a coupon, or the kids go shopping trip with Grandpa and then it’s, “Good morning, Count Chocula. Now let’s watch cartoons.”
In honor of National Cereal Day, we’re counting down the top chocolate cereals in the US. Rankings have been determined by customer reviews. It should be noted that all of these cereals ranked high with customers, averaging 4 stars and up. Seems to me, kids and kids-at-heart, adore their chocolate cereal.
and the # 1 rated chocolate cereal…
What would you rate the best cereal? Please share in the comment section below!