We tweeted about this article a few days ago, but thought it was worthy of a blog post as well. A blog about being frugal on TheExaminer.com posted a great idea about getting someone a candy bouquet for Valentine’s day. Their idea was to buy a lot of individual candy bars, attach them to lollipop sticks or BBQ skewers and create a bouquet from that. Easy and frugal enough. This.
M&M’s just keep getting better and better. First dark chocolate, then pretzels, and now coconut! I am in heaven. America’s favorite little candies have really outdone themselves this time. The sweet coconut flavor wrapped into the little milk-chocolate candy shell – the tropical flavor really helps me take my mind off of the harsh winter we’ve had this year. Maybe instead of snow outside my window its little flakes of.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner (less than 2 weeks!) so it’s time to start thinking about what kind of sweets you’re going to get your Sweetheart this year. To put a new spin on a traditional Valentine’s Day gift, why not get your Valentine a chocolate rose bouquet? For about the same price as a dozen fresh roses, you can buy the Chocolate Roses Gift Box which has.
Valentine’s Day is approaching fast, and what better way to celebrate than to give those cute conversation hearts to friends, family, and loved ones. However, not many people know about the history behind conversation hearts! Oliver Chase, in 1847, invented the Peppermint Lozenge cutter and teamed up with Silas Evan, his brother, to create the Chase Candy Company. Only 13 years later, his other brother named Daniel Chase, invented a.