Hershey’s Kisses have always been the go-to treat for satisfying a chocolate craving. Even for my 2-year-old son (who cutely calls them “Specials” because they are, well, special treats for him) defaults to Hershey Kisses when he wants a piece of chocolate. I’ve always loved making Peanut Butter Blossoms withHershey Kisses during the holidays and was wondering today what other yummy recipes are out there that showcase kisses? I surfed.
Wow, Memorial Day and the (un)official start of summer is just around the corner! What a perfect time to have a friendly BBQ bash with your friends. And speaking of friends, our friends over at Hostess With the Mostess just published a great article about summer BBQ’s and included links to free printouts to help with your buffet table decor. Perfect timing! Hop on over the Hostess Blog for their.
Have you ever wondered who the famous Mike and Ike were from those yummy candies? I have, but the answer is hard to come by. Created by the Just Born company in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Mike and Ike’s first made their appearance in 1940. The Just Born website does not give a definitive answer about where the candy name came from – only theories. A result of a company-wide contest After.
I am L-O-V-I-N-G all of these amazing birthday party themes coming from our event planner friends! The creativity and attention to details is just awe-inspiring and there are some really talented event planners out there! This party idea comes from our friends at The Hostess With the Mostess blog and is just so adorable. As the mother of a 2-year-old boy, I can say with confidence that any little boy.
I ran across this birthday party idea and thought it was just the cutest thing for a young girl! BirthdayPartyIdeas.com has so many awesome party ideas with details on all aspects of the party – decor, games, goody bags, food, etc. Check out this link for the specifics, but one thing they did leave out was a really awesome candy buffet table – that’s where we come in! Nothing makes.
I was at a wedding about 8 years ago and the reception fare featured several coffee bars and dessert tables. This was a new concept back then, when all of us were agonizing over $50 or more per-head on fancy chicken and potatoes dinners for our 250 guests – where was this simple idea back then? According to Wedding101.net, dessert receptions and coffee bars are a wedding trend to watch.
Easter may have just happened, but some of you are already asking what in the world are you going to do with all of your leftover candy? I remember as a kid, I would eat all my candy quickly but my sister would nibble at it slowly, just a tiny piece at a time. By the end of the summer (yes – SUMMER!) she would still have jelly beans, chocolate.
I have had these photos bookmarked for weeks and have just been dying to write about them. These were originally posted on TheTomKatStudio.com and were sent in from one of their customers who designed this amazing event all by herself! What amazed me about this birthday party is the acute attention to detail and the photographs of one of the greatest candy buffets I have ever seen. We’re sharing the.
We know you’re all distracted by the big Royal Wedding today – I can honestly say that I really haven’t done much else but tune-in to the live feed all day. So, in honor of the new Princess Kate and the festive nuptials that took place today, we’re showcasing our favorite photos of Royal Wedding inspired treats. Enjoy!
Now that summer is quickly approaching, our thoughts turn to camping and bonfires and all of the glorious fun activities for over the summer. One of the all time best summer sweet treats to make with your kids, friends, and family (or, if you’re like me – by yourself) is … SMORES! The classic recipe is so simple: Graham Crackers Marshmallows Hershey’s Chocolate Bars But this summer I challenge you.