Valentine Dunkin’ Sticks
So, I have sort of have a bone to pick…in all of the years I’ve been making chocolate-covered pretzels, no one has ever once suggested to me that you could add in peanut butter.
Yeah, I’m kind of slow on the uptake, but that’s really nothing new.
Also not new? The fact that I don’t really care much for Valentine’s Day. This sounds a little strange coming from a girl who doesn’t leave the house without makeup and sparkles. I mean, if you want to picture a girlie-girl, I’m it. Seriously, I fixed my hair and makeup every.single.day. I was on maternity leave.
I get to work from home on Mondays and Tuesdays, and you’d better believe I have on jewelry and makeup when I head downstairs to my at-home office.
It’s the way I am folks, and it’s not going to change.
But as girlie as I am, I’ve never really gotten excited about Valentine’s Day. I mean, there were the many single years I spent with my other single girlfriends eating pizza and watching Ally McBeal, so my dislike for the “holiday” back then might seem obvious. And now that I’m married, it just seems silly to wait an obscene amount of time waiting for a table at my favorite restaurant because the calendar says I’m supposed to.
Quite honestly, the fact that my husband fills my car up with gas for me on super cold days means a whole lot more to me than getting a dozen roses on February 14.
But that doesn’t mean that I don’t love Valentine-y foods, because hello, they are usually decadent and rich and can often be glammed up by the addition of a million sprinkles. What girl doesn’t love that?
These dunkin’ sticks were quick and easy, and a nifty little treat to send with Doodle to school.
My advice, though? Don’t get started “taste testing” them while you’re setting up a photo shoot. You might not have enough left to photograph.
May be linked to Crazy Sweet Tuesdays and Mrs. Fox’s Sweets
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