So these are totally fair game.
It’s November first.
It’s freaking November first!!! What the heck. Fudge, fudge, fudge, fudge! Life it going way too fast and oh my gossshhh on top of that we are all going to lose an hour. Oh come on.
(FYI, those are not my hands)
Loosing an hour of light is just not cool. Especially when I NEED that hour of light for photos and I am already scrambling to get them all in before the sun sets.
So anyway, it’s November and that means these bites, cups, bars, snacks or whatever you want to call them are completely acceptable.
Whether you like it or not it is the holiday season (I 100% do). Thanksgiving is in twenty-eight days and that means we all need some crazy easy party foods.
Oh, and if all goes my way, (on this matter it usually does, on all other matters, almost never!) in twenty-eight days I will have the family Christmas Tree cut down, lit up and hopefully decorated, all by the end of Thanksgiving night. I am a freak, I know.
Well, as excited as I am for it, I promise not talk Christmas for a while.
November is about Thanksgiving!!
Although, I have to say, if you were to add some holiday M&M’s to these they would be pretty darn cute. And awesome.
Ok, ok, twenty-eight days till I can start talking about Christmas.
So these bites?
Yup, they are idiot proof, awesome and perfect for holiday business. I promise that anyone can make them and you will all love them.
All it takes is five minutes on the stove to melt the peanut butter and sugar together and then just drizzle on the chocolate.
I actually first made these as bars, but then I thought, these would be so cute in little hand-held bites. So I just made both, and both are awesome. I personally would make the cups only because I think they are cuter and really easy for people to grab, go and eat!
And oh my gosh, there is the whole snickerdoodle factor about these too. Not only are they coated in peanut butter, but before the Chex mix gets tossed with the peanut butter it gets tossed with cinnamon and vanilla. Holy moly.
That’s right they are just pure awesomeness and whoa, the smell? The smell is incredible and you do not even have to turn the oven on. I know, I know, I know, too good to be true.
Well, it’s not. You’ll be done assembling these in fifteen minutes and then you just have to let the chocolate harden. That’s it!
Happy November First!