If you are like me, the recent weather comes with a warm welcome. I know it's good for our agriculture. I know it's nature's way of a clean sweep. But in our home, it's also a reason to get stranded on an island that is the kitchen. The warmth that comes from spending time behind the counter is time to explore multi-sensory celebrations and alternatives to the traditional tributes to rain.
So, I ask, "Why not Hawaii?"
Recently, I fell upon the Hawaiian Host timeline. Here is a great company that has featured some great products. They are most well-known for dry roasting macadamias, bringing them home together with chocolate and revolutionizing the industry. My mind is running with the thoughts of their warm off seasons, and the joy for receiving a box of their delightful confections. It was only appropriate that I jump to Hawaiian Host to find something fun, different, and “out of the box” in many ways for the holidays
Need at instant treat that warms you and yours while enjoying nature's showers? Try the Hawaiian Host Milk Chocolate AlohaMacs™ Butter Cookies.
These were very easy to make it literally took no time at all. I might double the recipe because you'll eat a few as you go. No guilt here, because really, who doesn't.
A key note that is very important: don’t make the cookies too big. Smaller is bigger as the really spread out when you bake them. This is a fun, and there will never be a shortage of volunteers. The best Idea over all are the individual wrapped chocolates especially when bringing to holiday parties it very classy, food safe and delicious! Oh yes, you will be the hit at the company dinner.
Well the weather outside is frightful, and the cookies inside are delightful. Should we stop there? Not in the Bringing It Home kitchen.
If your mind is peering through the "tropical" drip, imagine Hawaiian Host Milk Chocolate AlohaMacs™ Bread Pudding with Caramel Sauce breaking out like a tireless cloud soaking in the remaining morning dew.
Yes, should stock up on Hawaiian bread because this may be put on repeat. I know this would make a centerpiece for a small group of friends, but it might even be better to make for your home for a family celebration.
Are you lost in the magical moment? Make one tonight!