I’m always on the lookout for creative ways to manage the sugary loot our family brings in on Halloween and Easter, besides socking it away where it eventually ends up on my hips. So when I read these inventive tips from Tracey B. Johnson, LCSW, founder of Practical Parenting in Portland, I knew I’d implement at least one this year.
Krunch bears are another newer item that is getting some attention. These traditional gummi bears are covered with colorful crunchy non pariels. Some styles feature a tart flavored coating designed to pucker the mouth. Speaking of puckering- what about sour CBD gummies? These are excellent, but many stores do not sell them loose. Purchase them in bulk and your store is bound to be the new “it spot” in town.
The start of spring is usually cold, gray and gloomy. That’s how May felt emotionally in 2009, when the former hotel worker found himself with thousands of others without a job.
Bars can be cooked in CBD gummies low heat or microwave as directed in the chocolate bar baking time Quickly pour chocolate into molder. Wait till chocolate hardens.
Look at your choices first: What are you giving out to children? Consider stickers, pencils, markers, erasers, fun stones or “gems,” sea shells, coins, or other small treasures that both trick and treat. Consider what parents will appreciate their children having at home.
Are you planning your wedding around a particular theme? Perhaps you are getting married on a beach or in Las Vegas or maybe your ideal wedding is a winter wonderland in Alaska, whatever your ideas are they can usually be accommodated in the design and colors of your selected tin.
Milky Way. Also by Mars, this chocolate, caramel, and nougat bar is a favorite with many people in America. In fact, if you mention the words Milky Way, the first thing that comes to mind is candy and not the galaxy we live in. Pick up a Milky Way and enjoy it!