5 Chocolate Things You Should Steal From Your Kids
We won't call it "theft", we'll say "safety inspection" or "quality control." It's part of parent's reward. You troll through your children's Trick Or Treat bag and remove anything suspicious or delicious.
While you are exercising your parental role, there are some particular chocolate goodies you should search for. They are as good as you remember.
5. Almond Joy- I can't stand coconut, but a lot of people love it. So, eat it with chocolate. Let's be clear though, if my choices are Almond Joy and that horrific candy corn, I'll eat the Almond Joy,
4.Milky Way- I was in high school the last time I did this, but a Milky Way with Dr.Pepper is a foamy experience not to be missed. You already busted the calorie count when you opened the Milky Way. Guzzle the Dr. Pepper and forget about it for a year.
3. Snickers- Chocolate and nougat. Nougat is a odd word. Snickers has peanuts and caramel. It's gooey, tasty, and you only hand them out, one at a time. The chances of you having some leftover, increases dramatically.
2. Minature Hershey Bars- At some point you reach that time in life, that a full sized Hershey Bar, could kill you. Get the small size, and stack them up. You'll eat a couple of full bars over a week, but only a bite at a time.
1. Reese's Peanut Butter,,,Anything!- The Mac Daddy of chocolate candy. It comes in cups, bites, pieces, and even peanut butter itself, now. I'd own a Reese's smart phone, if they made them. I'd drive a Reese's car. I came close to naming a child "Reese" but I got caught. We really should include our kids, in Reese's goodness. So, one Reese's for you. Two for me. One for you, three for me. It's because I love you and you'll do the same thing to your kids.
What's your favorite Halloween treat?