Saturday, November 17, 2012

HAPPY THANKSGIVING


If you're looking for something easy to make for Thanksgiving, 
these tasty acorns are made with three simple ingredients.



  • A bag of Hershey Kisses (I used milk chocolate)
  • Nutter Butter Bites (I took them apart but you can use the whole cookie)
  • Pretzel sticks (break into pieces for the stems)




  • I set up an assembly line on my counter that consisted of the following:

    1)  Unwrapped chocolate kisses
    2)  Nutter Butter bites
    3)  A small bowl of melted chocolate (I melted 3 kisses)
    4)  A small bowl of pretzel pieces

    Instructions:

    Melt a few of the chocolate Kisses in a small bowl in the microwave (about one minute). That's your glue. Dip the flat side of the kiss into the melted chocolate (sparingly) and attach it to the Nutter Butter cookie. Once you have completed all of them, it is time to attach the stem. Dip your pretzel piece into the chocolate (glue), and place the pretzel piece on the top center of the Nutter Butter.  Let them sit on the counter while the chocolate hardens.  

    That's it! Enjoy.



    Happy Thanksgiving from our home to yours.  I'm joining The Tablescaper for Seasonal Sundays. 
    Debbie

    
    




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    Debbie@Mountain Breaths

    Hello, I'm Debbie.I enjoy hiking, kayaking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the Adirondack Mountains (thus Mountain Breaths). I live in Upstate NY with my supportive husband and have three precious sons..

    15 comments:

    1. I love your awesome ideas. These are the cutest . . . I'm still saying that about your Santa Brownie Bite, too. I showed them to my husband and he is excited about serving them at our family Christmas party.

      Thanks for sharing your amazing talent.
      Your blogging sister, Connie :)

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    2. Those are cute...you always have great ideas! Wishing you and Joe a Happy Thanksgiving, Debbie.

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    3. What a brilliant idea Debbie...so cute and affective for the season. ;D
      I'll have to store this idea away until next fall as we're just heading into summer here in the land of Oz.
      Thanks for sharing :D

      Enjoy your Sunday!

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    4. Cute idea! Look how pretty your lanterns are on the mantel. ;-)
      Happy Thanksgiving.........Sarah

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    5. Very clever and they look tasty, too!
      Cindy

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    6. Ooh, Debbie, I have to do these with the grands...such a cute idea!! Your mantle looks so pretty, too. Happy Thanksgiving xoxo

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    7. How cute and yummy! I love ideas that are simple and fun! Your courtly check black and white pieces are beautiful!
      Miss Bloomers

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    8. I was looking for something simple like this to make with my DIL when she gets here for thanksgiving and this is perfect! Thanks for the directions!

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    9. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family, Debbie. These acorns are so cute. I bet kids would have fun making these. xo

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    10. Such a great idea, and you end up with a quasi peanut butter cup! Thanks for the directions. Happy Thanksgiving! Cherry Kay

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    11. Your acorns are adorable, Debbie, and they must taste delicious too :)

      Happy Thanksgiving to you and Joe!

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    12. Love these..great photos of your mantle! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

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    13. Those little acorns are so stinkin' cute! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Joni

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    14. These are so cute and they sound delicious! I wonder how many I would eat while assembling them??? Chocolate and peanut butter, yum! Linda

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    15. Delicious little acorns Debbie, I was just thinking the same thing when I read Linda's comment above! Peanut butter and chocolate is a dangerous combination for me :) Wishing you & your family a Happy Thanksgiving!

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