A Bakers dozen of tasty treats all under $10

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Together in a gift bag, box or basket they make an attractive and tasty presentation.  On their own, with your logo front and center, they offer a simple inexpensive way to raise brand awareness.

Cocktail crunch and caramelsCocktail Crunch - Wasabi dusted peas, peanuts, and rice crackers combine to elevate the idea of dusty old bar snacks.

Extra special, buttery, crunchy caramel corn -  with roasted Virginia peanuts and swirls of dark chocolate in a bright red gift box.

Snack bags

Inexpensive but not lacking on flavor or impact.  In a imprintable 6x9" bag, there is a lot of you to promote your project.

  • Spicy, Cheesy, Cajun Crunch 
  • Salt and Pepper Old Fashioned Pretzel Rods
  • Dark Chocolate Drizzled Animal Crackers

Let's not forget Chocolate.

Our handcrafted chocolate bark comes in the following flavors.

  • Toffee Crunch
  • Espresso Crunch
  • Dark Chocolate Caramel with a touch of sea salt
  • White Chocolate Cranberry

Each comes in a prettily wrapped box with a host of other custom options available.

 a box of chocolates

 

Peanuts and hillbilly booty
Who can resist Jumbo Peanuts?  This burlap bag is covered with peanut and beer trivia.  Its a great gift for anyone who likes to tailgate.

Hill Billy Booty - Tasty spiced corn snacks that let you know if you have what it takes to be a Hill Billy.

 

Do you hanker for Sweet over Savory?

Our Vintage Gingersnaps and Caramels are a sublime alternative.

The tops and labels are fully customizable and alternatives for wraps will suit a myriad of promotions.

 

Call 1-877-298-0867 for more information.

Vintage cookies and caramels

Photo Credit: Julie Lagoy


Inspired by Food 52 - Crispy Delicata with currant, fennel and apple relish

Inspired by The Whimpy Vegetarian - Crispy Delicata with currant, fennel and apple relish
As with most of what inspires me on Food 52, I love this recipe for it's simplicity and fresh flavors.  Crafted by TheWimpyVegetarian this was a holiday award winner a few years ago.

The ingredients are easy enough to find, but ones I don't always think of using.  On it's own or paired with pork chops, eggs or rice it it makes an elegant meal.  Looking for something out of the ordinary to go with this year's Turkey?  Look no further.

  • 2 Delicata squash
  • Salt
  • Olive oil
  • 1 lime
    • 1/2cup dried currants
    • 1/2crisp apple, peeled, seeded, very small dice (I used Pink Lady)
    • 1fennel bulb, outer layer removed, very small dice
    • 1cup apple cider
    • 1tablespoon Calvados

Slice the ends off of the squash. Slice into 1/2" rings and remove the seeds with a spoon. Reserve the seeds for another use or roast them with some cayenne pepper, salt, and cumin and sprinkle over the finished dish.

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Photo Credit: The Whimpy Vegetarian