Now that the weather is finally getting a little nippier here in the south, my husband brought out our fire pit in our backyard so we can enjoy a few sweet treats gorging on our Thanksgiving leftovers. Quite honestly, I’m not a huge fan of apple or pecan by and that’s why we opted to have s’mores while enjoying the warmth of our fire and a movie on our projector screen as a family.
But this year we enjoyed our s’mores with a bit of twist. Instead of using traditional chocolate bars, we opted for Chuao’s new Caramel Apple Crush and Peace, Love & Peppermint flavors, and let me tell you, it was like having a mixture of seasons melt in your mouth! My hubby and the kids loved the extra caramel and peppermint taste that came inside their s’mores and better yet, we could enjoy the flavor without feeling any guilt, to. The best thing about Chuaco is that their dark chocolate bars are vegan friendly and they use non-GMO ingredients on all of their products. That is especially important for me as a mom as I’m always worried about the ingredients in my children’s snacks.
Here’s a little more info:
Just in time for the fall season, Chuao Chocolatier is launching their newest flavor, Caramel Apple Crush. Featuring tangy green apple pieces and buttery caramel dancing in milk chocolate, this new addition to Chuao’s already sophisticated lineup is sure to take your taste buds on a joyful ride.
With Chuao Chocolatier’s Caramel Apple Crush, who needs to go bobbing for apples? Not only is this delectable bar the ultimate autumn treat, it will still be around when you need a taste of fall in the spring.
I love Chuao chocolates because they also make great gifts for my children’s teachers and stocking stuggers during the holiday season. I love that the chocolates make such unexpected gifts too, especially when many teachers are used to getting gift cards during the giving season.
Give it a try, trust me you won’t be disappointed. It’s also the perfect gift for the Hot Mom in your life!
Now that the weather is finally getting a little nippier here in the south, my husband brought out our fire pit in our backyard so we can enjoy a few sweet treats gorging on our Thanksgiving leftovers. Quite honestly, I’m not a huge fan of apple or pecan by and that’s why we opted to […]