Fall has Arrived, and So have the Fall Favorite Foods!
Celebrating the Seasons changing isn't so much about changing your wardrobe, or thermostat as it is about changing your snacks! Agree or disagree, some amazing Fall snacks deserve to be celebrated!
When the temps start falling, outdoors is one of the best places to be, either on your back deck with a mug of hot apple cider, or if you are a java fan, maybe your pumpkin spice everything. And it's the time for Candy Corn!
I have always loved Candy Corn. I know that some of you have very strong ideas about this little confection, but I can't wait to open my first bag every year. It's a seasonal rite of passage, so long M&M's, hello Candy Corn! If you don't like Candy Corn, I'm not really sure we can be friends!
I love the size of the Candy of Corn. Just a few bites will usually take care of my sugar craving, and who can ignore the perfect shape and color of Candy Corn? Now, I'm a purist, I don't like the brown colored ones or the candy pumpkins. They are just not the same as the original Candy Corn!
Since we mentioned Pumpkin, we might as well mention all pumpkin snacks. Every year more and more pumpkin-flavored (and scented) items flood our stores. Don't even ask about the pumpkin spice-scented personal hygiene wipes that showed up here at work!
Take a look at this LIST of 75 pumpkin-flavored snacks!
Many of you love s'mores. I love the taste but I never eat them because I just hate the mess. I do love some melted chocolate and marshmallows, but I just CAN NOT stand it on my fingers. While traveling this weekend, my friend came upon the perfect way to make s'mores on a Facebook Post from Manilla Spoon. It's a game-changer!
Basically, buy the individual serving graham cracker crusts, fill them with Hershey Chocolate bar pieces (6-7 sections), top with tiny marshmallows, and bake at 350 degrees for 8-10 minutes! I haven't tried it yet, but all items are on my grocery list for this weekend!
What is your favorite Fall Food? Comment and let us know!
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