One of my most anticipated traditions every year is the assembly of my holiday cookie and candy boxes. Each box contains an assortment of half a dozen different Christmas recipes; the perfect balance of tried and true favorites and new culinary adventures to keep the recipients guessing from year to year. When selecting new treats for my boxes, I like to find recipes that are as delicious as they are easy to make in large quantities and these White Chocolate Caramel Crispy Bites are just that.
These bite sized squares are packed with flavor from the JET-PUFFED Caramel and Vanilla Swirl Mallow Bites and a quick drizzle of melted white chocolate gives them the polished look of a gourmet bakery treat. Get creative! Use a drizzle of red or green melting wafers for Christmas Bites or blue and white for Hanukkah. Don’t stop there! Let the kids help decorate the bites with assorted sprinkles for a fun holiday adventure in the kitchen.
JET-PUFFED Mallows don’t stop with just Caramel and Vanilla Swirl Mallow Bites! Consider making batches of these Bites with GINGERBREADMALLOWS, PEPPERMINTMALLOWS, or traditional Miniature Marshmallows. How fun would a tray of several flavors and decorations of these Bites be at your next holiday party or family dinner? The possibilities are endless!
As I always emphasize this time of year, presentation is everything. Consider adding a few of these to a festive holiday tin filled with your favorite Christmas cookies or place them in a cellophane treat bag tied with a decorative bow. Making these for your family? Drop a square or two into your child’s lunch box for a special dessert or surprise them with a sweet afterschool snack. Whatever the occasion, your family and friends are sure to love these White Chocolate Caramel Crispy Bites as much as we do!
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White Chocolate Caramel Crispy Bites
You know white chocolate crispy treats are going to be a hit with the home crowd, so why add caramel? Because it's fun to see the crowd go wild.
Article by Kraft TasteMaker Kimberly Schiffel. For more recipes and ideas, visit her blog at Bakelovegive.com.
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