Hot or Not? S’mores Maker

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We’re continuing our Christmas idea list with an interesting appliance.

Item of the day: Nostalgia Electric S’mores Maker, sells for @$30 here on Amazon.

 

What could be better than roasting marshmallows over an open fire, er, heat source, in the comfort of your own home? No bugs. No flames. No hair full of campfire soot. 

Personally, I think this is a fun item. Perfect for an afternoon snack, a slumber party, or a family night at home. But, is it practical? Does it warrant a $30 price tag?

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Part of my brain argues: “Can one really put a price tag on memories?”

But, come on. Do I really want to store one more appliance? 

Then again, it is a chocolate appliance.

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As you can see, I’m on the fence on this one. What do you think? Is this a good purchase? 

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Let me know your thoughts below.

Wrap it?

Trash it?

or…Keep it for yourself? 

(As always, I’m not affiliated with any of these products). I’m just here for the chocolate…and the good company.

Yea or Nay? Chocolate Infused Balsamic Vinegar

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We’re continuing our Christmas idea list with a unique chocolate find.

Item of the day: Chocolate Infused Balsamic Vinegar from Italy, sells for @$20 here on Amazon.

 


I’m guessing today’s item is going to be cut and dry. Either it sounds delightful, or it sounds downright disgusting. Either way, let me know your thoughts in the comment section below.

 

What’s the verdict?

Wrap it?

Trash it?

or…Keep it for yourself?

(As always, I’m not affiliated with any of these products).

 

Wrap it or Trash it? Instant Ice Cream Maker

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We’re continuing our Christmas idea list with this sweet culinary find.

Item of the day: Chef n’ Sweet Spot Instant Ice Cream Maker, sells for @$44  here on Amazon.

According to the item description, you simply freeze the bowl a day ahead of time, add ice cream ingredients and stir, and presto, homemade ice cream.

From the product description, “…Mix ingredients together and pour 1/2 cup into the Sweet Spot. Let sit for a few seconds to start freezing, then scrape and scoop to build a consistent texture.
Add toppings such as fruit, chocolate or nuts and fold into the mixture.
Makes six individual 1/2-cup servings in 30 minutes before the need to refreeze the Sweet Spot.”

 

 

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I’d love to hear your thoughts on this one!

Gift it?

Trash it?

or…Keep it for yourself?

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(Fyi, I’m not affiliated with any of these products).

But, I do love ice cream.😋