Unlike Anonymous, I shall simply comment on the post. Choczels look amazing!Cxx
your hubby's a fun dad!
Those sure do sound yumy!!!
Hey Christine, great family pics once again! I'm not religious in any sense of that word but even I know that god = Good Orderly Direction. Sadly, I find myself hoping for the best for Anonymous who so obviously must have been very traumatized in the past & is still reliving it on a daily basis. Peace to her/him & of course all the best to you & your family! Don't forget, it's just poop! NC
Jessica got bark to make chocolate covered pretzels today. Yum. We are thinking a like this weekend!
love pretzels dipped in chocolate so i'm sure i would love the chocolate chips with pretzels too. :)
I like the idea....hmmm...just guessing I could put away quite a few- I love salt & sweet together!
YUM! We made chocolate covered pretzels last night too.You have a beautiful family.
So funny, none of you REALLY know Christine, most of you live out of state and have a pseudo relationship. too funny!I love the remark about "traumitized" The only thing that is "traumitized" are the children that are purchased from their homeland and forced into another culture. Many of them have PTSD
Choczels remind me of Pretzel Flipz. You can't get them in the UK any more which is a shame because they were yummy!Your kids seem to have fun with so many simple things. It is great to see that in such a complicated world.
Mmm sounds good.I am preparing for Abby's 3rd b-day party and we are doig princess treats..one of them is pretzels dipped in chocolate..this sounds a little bit easier
Guess I missed the comments that were removed but saw references further along.Pretzel rods dipped in chocolate and then rolled in jimmies - great. From looking at the picture of your son eating one, it looks like he just put the chocolate chips on top of the pretzel. How about spreading pretzels out on a cookie sheet covered in foil and putting chocolate chips on them and putting them in the oven for a brief time so they melt? I bet it would work well and be great with the gooey chocolate.
Love the picture of Caleb and Sveta - your kids all seem so close to each other, which I think is really cool. :)Mmm... choczels sound good.
First time commenter...long time reader here! I love your blog!Looks like a great little treat! Melt a rollo on a pretzel and add a pecan--- it is an easy turtle like goodie :-)
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