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*disclosure: i received candy to facilitate this review. all opinions are my own and no compensation was received.*


Tis’ the season for holiday celebrations with festive treats!

As the year’s biggest holiday celebrations approach, moms are planning ahead for all of their entertaining, gift giving and decorating needs to ensure their friends and family’s favorite treats are available. Nestlé is here to help with an innovative, budget-friendly candy and recipes that will leave moms smiling and also have Santa skipping cookies and reaching for Nestlé candy!

Moms can kick off the holiday season with these unique products from WONKA, Nestlé Crunch and Butterfinger that are all less than $10 and are great treats for gatherings and as thoughtful gifts.

e4ec720203d628aefce0f56a8ce32ea71cf7f995 christmas is over, but that only means its my favorite baking goods stockpiling time of the year… after christmas seasonal sales! all those red and green candies, or candies stuffed in holiday shaped containers are usually on sale at a giant discount, perfect for scooping up to hoard for later baking projects. one item i will be on the look out for it nestle‘s wonka pixy stix. these massive pixy stix are in candy cane shaped containers. no, im not crazy enough to give my boys them, or even eat them myself, but did you know pixy stix are actually suggested for post work out boosts? i swear to you. i thought babe was making things up and trying to cheat on his meal plan, but its true! we received a pack of these for review, and they went right to him for replenishing his sugar levels after bjj!

9d6f882801480b4f2a65d67aaac4fde2bef2e954 does everyone remember my amazing halloween candy cookies i made last month? im keeping my eyes peeled for the new nestle assorted miniatures in the candy section when i go out. the bags are full of a mix of nestle chocolates like butterfinger, crunch, and baby ruths. just because the cookies are called halloween candy cookies doesnt mean i cant use christmas candy to make them again! this time i might try using the sweettarts holiday gummies i was sent to review, too. im not sure how the yummy gummies will work in a cookie but im willing to find out! the cherry and green apple gummies are in cute snowman, tree, bell and star shapes even though you wont tell once i bake with them, as they will have been chopped up for the recipe!


i dont need to hit the sales to grab the wonka candy canes, as i always get them for my tree. the sweettarts, spree and gobstoppers flavors are my favorite, after the blue raspberry flavor candy canes. february ill be posting a craft using leftover candy canes for valentines day, so you should make sure to grab some if you go out! you can find more recipes with what to use these seasonal goodies for online!


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