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Hey, everyone! I hope you all are doing wonderful today. i know that I sure am. Today is my youngest son’s Halloween party at school, right? Well, Mr. Man failed to mention to me that he needed a famous American costume and a poster to wear and use in the Halloween parade at the school. Seriously, kid? He claimed he “didn’t know” until yesterday. Yeah, right! So, I did what any good mother would do in a situation like this and put on his Sunday best on him and told him he was George W. Bush.
Anyway, on to the recipe for these delightful Nutella rice Krispie treats. Are you all familiar with Nutella? I know you all know what rice Krispie treats are because they are about as American as you can get. Anyway, the Nutella is a hazelnut chocolate spread that basically turns any good dessert into a great dessert. You’re going to love these 🙂
Recipe and photo courtesy of Food Network.
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