Caramel Coffee Fudge

Caramel and coffee layers come together in a fun new fudge recipe.  This Caramel Coffee Fudge is perfect for making and eating when you need a special treat.  I do suggest giving most of it away though because it is extremely delicious.

Layers of caramel fudge, coffee fudge, and chocolate drizzles makes this fudge irresistible!

I have decided that I cannot make fudge without layers.  Seriously, it just doesn’t happen without the layers!

Every time I go to make fudge it ends up having 2-3 layers in it.  This fudge was going to be just caramel, but then I started thinking of all the ways I could make it more interesting.

My first thought was salted caramel because…well, because I seriously have been addicted to that goodness ever since I made these Salted Caramel Mocha Brownie Cups.  Then that got me thinking and dreaming for the Starbuck’s Salted Caramel Mocha! Fingers crossed that comes back very, very soon!

So, I had to add a coffee layer to the caramel fudge then.  I mean I just had to, right?

Layers of caramel fudge, coffee fudge, and chocolate drizzles makes this fudge irresistible!

So here we are with a fun fudge that has two layers now.  But even that still wasn’t enough for me.  A drizzle of chocolate gave it just the last layer of perfection that it needed.

Crazy much?  Yes, I know that I am! :-)

Layers of caramel fudge, coffee fudge, and chocolate drizzles makes this fudge irresistible!

I seriously could not stay out of this fudge!

Yes, I know I’m supposed to be staying strong on this whole no sugar thing, but dang it!  It was Caramel Coffee Fudge!  I had to try it…then I had to have a little bite more, which led to needing more “bites”.  You know where this is going, right?  Wrong!!!

Lucky for me I had a reason for making a fun new treat!  Our church takes a special lunch over to the elementary school for the teachers every quarter.  This week we wanted to say thank you for all the work you will do this year with the students from our community.

Layers of caramel fudge, coffee fudge, and chocolate drizzles makes this fudge irresistible!

I pulled out my die cut machine and the Party Flag Inserts die cut pack from WR Memory Keepers/Life Style Crafts and used the smallest round die to make a cute label for each piece of fudge.

The little slit that the die cut makes is just perfect for sliding these labels onto a paper straw.  I knew this striped paper straw obsession I have would come in handy for more things than just pictures of cute food.

Delicious layered fudge…check.

Fun and cute labels…check.

Getting the fudge out of the house before eating it all…check, check, check!!!!

Layers of caramel fudge, coffee fudge, and chocolate drizzles makes this fudge irresistible!

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Caramel Coffee Fudge

Prep Time: 45 minutes

Yield: 36 fudge squares

Caramel Coffee Fudge

Caramel and coffee layers make this fudge a delicious and pretty fudge to serve at any party. The drizzle of chocolate on top gives it a latte look.

Ingredients

For the Caramel Layer
2 cups white chocolate chips
2 Tablespoon butter
3/4 cup Dulce de Leche
1/2 cup marshmallow cream
For the Coffee Layer
2 teaspoons instant coffee
1 teaspoon hot water
1/2 cup sweetened condensed milk
2 cups white chocolate chips
2 Tablespoons butter
1/2 cup marshmallow cream
For the Topping
1/4 cup dark chocolate chips
1/2 teaspoon shortening

Instructions

  1. Line an 8x8 baking dish with foil. Set aside.
  2. Place the white chips and butter in a saucepan over low to medium heat. Let melt. Stir in the Dulce de Leche and stir until creamy. Add the marshmallow cream and stir until creamy again. Pour into the prepared pan. Place in the refrigerator for 30 minutes.
  3. Stir together the hot water and instant coffee until dissolved. Stir into the sweetened condensed milk very well. Set aside.
  4. Place the white chips and butter in a clean saucepan over low to medium heat. Let melt. Stir in the coffee sweetened condensed milk and stir until creamy. Add the marshmallow cream and stir until creamy again. Pour over the set caramel layer. Place in the refrigerator until set. (4 hours or overnight)
  5. Remove the foil and fudge from the pan. Peel off the foil. Use a hot knife to cut the fudge into 36 squares. Let come to room temperature.
  6. Heat the dark chocolate chips and shortening in the microwave for 1 minute. Stir until creamy. Spoon into a small ziplock baggie and cut one tip off. Drizzle over the fudge squares. Let set. Store in a sealed container on the counter. Makes 36 pieces of fudge.
http://insidebrucrewlife.com/2014/08/caramel-coffee-fudge/

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Caramel Caffe Mocha Cupcakes

 

*I am a studio member for We R Memory Keepers/Lifestyle Crafts. I am sent products in exchange for sharing fun projects on my blog. No other compensation is given. All opinions are 100% my own.

Java Chip Milkshake

June is National Dairy Month, and I am dairy excited to be partnering with the American Dairy Association this year to bring you delicious treats to help you get your recommended servings.

Java Chip Milkshake - frozen yogurt, coffee, and chocolate chips makes an amazing frozen drink to enjoy on a hot summer day

All things summer are happening around our house.  That is just udder-ly ridiculous that it is already June.  Wasn’t it just snowing the other day?   We even did our big family vacation last week after the last day of school was over.  Our summer calendar was already full, so that week was the only one that worked well for us to get away.

Now we are home and adjusting to our summer schedule.   Those are two dreaded words that all school kids do not like to hear during the summer.  My husband and I want to be dairy sure that our kids are not spending all their time watching TV, and that they are eating healthy while they are home this summer.   There will be plenty of fun things that they can do for the next 2 1/2 months that do not involve screens.  Today they are already pulling out the sprinkler for some extra ordin-dairy fun on the trampoline.

My job this summer is to make sure that they are making good choices when it comes to eating.  I want to make sure they are grazing on fruits, veggies, yogurt, and milk this summer instead of the cookies and cake that is always in our kitchen thanks to the crazy baking I like to do all the time.  Did you know that most people do not eat the recommended servings of dairy each day?  Dietary experts recommend 3 servings of low fat or fat free dairy each day.  Most people need to add another serving of dairy per day to reach that quota.

Cud you believe that?

Java Chip Milkshake - frozen yogurt, coffee, and chocolate chips makes an amazing frozen drink

Milkshakes are one of our favorite summertime treats to make.  They are so easy to customize and change up each and every time.  Our kids are always in the moo-d for a cold treat on a hot day.  Scratch that…they like these on any day of the year.  It keeps me moo-tivated to make these icy treats a little bit healthier for them.

I used frozen yogurt mixed with coffee and chocolate milk to create a fun version of our favorite coffee house frappe.  That’s a double whammy of protein and dairy in each serving.  My kids had no idea they were drinking a healthy shake.  This is one healthy treat that I will definitely be milking for all it’s worth.

Ok, ok, I am dairy sorry for all the milk puns you endured in this post.  I’m sure you have herd all those before.  Seriously, I’m moo-ving on :-)

Java Chip Milkshake - frozen yogurt, coffee, and chocolate chips makes an amazing frozen drink

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Java Chip Milkshake

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Yield: 2 servings

Java Chip Milkshake

Frozen yogurt and chocolate milk mixed with coffee and chocolate chips makes this milkshake the perfect way to get another serving of dairy in your diet.

Ingredients

2 1/2 cups vanilla frozen yogurt
1/2 cup strong brewed coffee, cooled
1/4 cup chocolate milk
2 Tablespoons mini chocolate chips
Cool Whip
chocolate syrup

Instructions

  1. Combine the frozen yogurt, cooled coffee, chocolate milk, and mini chocolate chips in a blender. Pulse until combined and the chips have been completely incorporated.
  2. Pour into 2 glasses. Top with Cool Whip and chocolate syrup. Serve immediately.
http://insidebrucrewlife.com/2014/06/java-chip-milkshake/

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Cappuccino Chip Granola Bars

No bake granola bars are a welcome treat any time of day.  They are great for on-the-go breakfasts, delicious in lunch boxes, and perfect to munch on after school or work.  Chocolate and coffee gives these Cappuccino Chip Granola Bars a delicious mocha flavor.

Cappuccino Chip Granola Bars - coffee and chocolate chips give these easy, NO BAKE bars a delicious cappuccino flavor

We go through granola bars like crazy around here.  I used to buy a couple boxes of the bars each week, until I realized how much cheaper it was to make homemade ones each week.  Over the years, I have created quite a few versions of baked and no bake bars.

The no bake granola bars are definitely my favorite for obvious reasons.  10-15 minutes tops is all it takes to have a pan of yummy bars waiting to be devoured.

Cappuccino Chip Granola Bars - coffee and chocolate chips give these easy, NO BAKE bars a delicious cappuccino flavor

Is anyone else in shock that the end of the year has come up so quickly?

I seriously feel like we just got over winter, and now the kids will be out of school in just 2 days.  They are so excited to be done with all things school related.

Bring on the sun and shine and the lazy days at the pool.  Hhhhmmm pool days means I should ramp up those work outs.  Or not.  At this point I kind of don’t care…I just want to enjoy the sunshine!  Of course, ask me that again when I actually have to put a swimsuit on.  My answer will probably be slightly different!

Cappuccino Chip Granola Bars - coffee and chocolate chips give these easy, NO BAKE bars a delicious cappuccino flavor

With the end of school year staring me down in the face, I wanted to come up with a cute snack/gift that could be used for a Thank You for our school teachers.

I have had this Drink Sleeve die cut sitting in my office for a while now.  With my current trend of using coffee in all my treats, I knew that this would be the perfect little gift.  You can pick up a few clean coffee cups from the coffee shop the next time you stop in.  The die cut package also comes with cute label die cuts for the front of the sleeve.  Use your computer to print out the words “thanks a latte” and cut it to fit inside one of the shapes.  

Make sure you check out We R Memory Keepers/Lifestyle Crafts for more cute packaging options.  The code BRUCREW will save you 20% off your purchase!!

Adding coffee and cocoa powder to these no bake granola bars gives them a delicious mocha flavor.  Stir the instant coffee and cocoa powder into the melted butter and honey until it dissolves.  Then just stir in the oats and cocoa krispies until completely coated with the chocolate goodness.

Note:  Do not stir in the chocolate chips until the mixture has cooled.  The little chocolate chips melt very quickly if your oats are warm.  Give it at least 5 minutes to cool off before stirring the chocolate in.  Then press everything firmly into a buttered pan.

I told you these bars were easy.  15 minutes and you can be out of the kitchen and planning fun things to do during summer vacation.  Just make sure you have lots of caffeinated granola bars to keep you going.

Cappuccino Chip Granola Bars - coffee and chocolate chips give these easy, NO BAKE bars a delicious cappuccino flavor

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Cappuccino Chip Granola Bars

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Yield: 10-12 granola bars

Cappuccino Chip Granola Bars

Coffee and chocolate add a delicious flavor to these easy NO BAKE granola bars. Perfect for breakfast, lunch boxes, and after school snacks.

Ingredients

1/4 cup butter
1/4 cup honey
1/3 cup brown sugar
2 teaspoons instant coffee
1/4 cup cocoa powder
1 1/2 cups rolled oats
2 1/4 cups cocoa Rice Krispie cereal
1/2 cup miniature chocolate chips

Instructions

  1. Place the butter, honey, and sugar in a saucepan. Heat over low-medium heat until melted. Remove from heat. Stir in the instant coffee and cocoa powder. Stir until dissolved.
  2. Add the oats and stir until covered. Slowly add the cereal and stir until completely coated. Let cool for 5-7 minutes. Stir in the chocolate chips.
  3. Press the mixture firmly into a buttered 8x8 baking pan. Let set. Cut into 10-12 bars. Store in a sealed container.

Notes

*You can leave out the instant coffee if you do not like the taste of coffee in your treats.

http://insidebrucrewlife.com/2014/05/cappuccino-chip-granola-bars/

 More delicious coffee flavored treats to get you going for the day:

Chocolate Mocha Chip Banana Bread

Chocolate Mocha Chip Banana Bread

Coffee Chocolate Chip Muffins

Coffee Chocolate Chip Muffins

Coffee Chip Oreo Truffle Bark

Coffee Chip Oreo Truffle Bark

 

*I am a studio member for We R Memory Keepers/Lifestyle Crafts. I am sent products in exchange for sharing fun projects on my blog. No other compensation is given. All opinions are 100% my own.

Chocolate Mocha Chip Banana Bread

Adding chocolate and coffee is a fun way to jazz up banana bread.  Starting the day with chocolate is sure to put a smile on your face for the day.

Chocolate Mocha Chip Banana Bread - this chocolate banana bread has a delicious mocha twist.  It will disappear in a day!

So far this year, I have been trying really hard to watch what I am eating.   This means cutting out some extra sugar here and there.

As a dessert blogger, this makes it very challenging.  Someone has to test all these goodies coming out of my kitchen ;-) [Read more...]

Java Twix Oatmeal Bars

Need a quick pick me up snack?  Add some candy bars and coffee to an easy oatmeal bar cookie.  These Java Twix Oatmeal Bars will have you grabbing two or three before you even know it.

Java Twix Oatmeal Bars - oatmeal bars with candy bars and a coffee frosting for the dessert win

I have realized that I bake in food stages.  I get a particular food or flavor in my head and I just can’t stop adding it to different creations.  Right now that food craze that I am digging is coffee.

Of course, most of you that read my blog regularly are thinking, “you use coffee all the time, this isn’t new.”  And you would be right.  But let’s not forget the banana phase where I posted banana treats for an entire week…and haven’t stopped.  There is actually banana  bread in my oven right this very second…and I added coffee to it :-)

Oh, and the coconut phase that I go through once a year.  Believe me, our kids are glad I have moved on from the coconut.  Treats definitely don’t disappear as quickly when they know I have added the coconut to it.  I keep hoping one day they will learn to love it as much as me.  My daughter does like toasted coconut now, so I’m claiming that as a small victory.   [Read more...]

Salted Caramel Mocha Creamer and Power of Family Meals: Disconnect to Reconnect

I am partnering with the J.M. Smucker Company to bring you this recipe for Salted Caramel Mocha Creamer.  Homemade coffee creamer is easy to make and and easy to customize.

Salted Caramel Mocha Creamer - homemade creamer with a salted caramel and chocolate flavor

Like it or not, technology has become a way of life.  Unfortunately it is easy to become too attached to your phone or screen device.

As a full time mom and blogger, I am guilty of spending plenty of time with my face buried in my phone checking emails or social media during the day.  Some days I am just mindlessly scrolling through Facebook or Pinterest.  My husband likes to flip the phone out of my hands whenever he catches me zoning out.  It is so easy to become disconnected from the ones around you when you have a digital device easily accessible.

Everyone in our house has a phone or digital device.  If we aren’t careful, those devices come on way too many times throughout the day.  Limiting screen time has become necessary and needed so we can catch up with each other. [Read more...]

White Chocolate Caramel Granola Bars

These White Chocolate Caramel Granola Bars are an easy way to start out the day with homemade goodness.  They are perfect for breakfast or snacking on any time of day.

White Chocolate Caramel Granola Bars from www.insidebrucrewlife.com - easy homemade granola bars that taste amazing

 Right now I am sitting inside all toasty warm with my space heater.  Outside the weather is frightful.  We are under a winter storm warning with a severe wind chill warning.  Everything has shut down around here for the day and possibly for the day tomorrow.

Our kids are excited that another day has possibly been added to their winter break…little do they realize that just means another day somewhere else ;-)   [Read more...]

Heath Latte Muffins

Looking for a breakfast recipe that will get you going in the morning?  These Heath Latte Muffins will give you a quick jump start as you run out the door for school, work, or errands.

Heath Latte Muffins - the coffee and Heath bits in these muffins will help get you moving in the morning

My kids have officially decided they do not like cold cereal for breakfast.  There are boxes in our cupboards that have been there since last month…or longer.  I should probably clean out that cupboard because I’m sure they are stale by now.  We started keeping our cereal in some pourable plastic containers from Walmart to help keep the cereal fresher longer.  But even that can’t keep it fresh for over a month of no one eating it.

Heath Latte Muffins - the coffee and Heath bits in these muffins will help get you moving in the morning

I think I have discovered the cereal eating problem…they have a new love.  It is called “Mom Made More Muffins” love.   Making a yummy breakfast the day before has become one of my favorite things to do.  I actually think I make more breakfast things than regular sweets.  Yes, I know that might seem surprising to you since most of what I post are sugary goods.

I need to start sharing more muffins and breads with you because I honestly think those are the things people might actually make from my site.  Everyone eats (or should be anyway) breakfast.

Heath Latte Muffins - the coffee and Heath bits in these muffins will help get you moving in the morning
These Heath Latte Muffins are made with coffee, Heath coffee creamer, and Heath toffee bits for a fun muffin twist.  My kids gobbled them down after school and again for breakfast the next morning.  If you are opposed to your children having coffee, go ahead and substitute milk in place of the coffee.  You can use any flavor coffee creamer if you can’t find the Heath flavor.

The amount of coffee and caffeine in each muffin is not enough for me to keep these goodies from my kids.  Although we have been known to let our kids have a tiny cup of coffee with creamer, so obviously I have no problem caffeinating my own kiddos.  I know some people feel strongly about this, so I wanted to share an alternative to the recipe.

Heath Latte Muffins - the coffee and Heath bits in these muffins will help get you moving in the morning

 

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Heath Latte Muffins

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Yield: 15 muffins

Heath Latte Muffins

These Heath Latte muffins get their kick from coffee, creamer, and Heath baking bits. They are perfect for getting you moving in the morning.

Ingredients

1/2 cup butter, softened
1/3 cup brown sugar
1/3 cup sugar
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla
2/3 cup Heath liquid coffee creamer
2/3 cup strong brewed coffee, cooled
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 1/2 cups flour
3/4 cup Heath toffee bits (chocolate covered bits)

Instructions

  1. In a large mixing bowl, beat the butter, sugars, and vanilla until creamy. Add the egg and cream again. Sift together the baking powder, baking soda, salt, and flour. Stir together the coffee and creamer. Alternately add the flour and coffee mixture to the creamed butter until everything is incorporated. Do not over mix.
  2. Divide the batter into 15 lined muffin cups. Bake at 400* for 20 minutes. Let cool in the pan for 2 minutes until removing them to a wire rack to cool completely. Store in a sealed container on the counter for 4-5 days. Makes 15 muffins.

Notes

*If you have a problem using the coffee in the recipe, feel free to substitute milk. **If you can't find the Heath creamer, feel free to substitute vanilla or caramel coffee creamer.

http://insidebrucrewlife.com/2013/04/heath-latte-muffins/

 

Other great breakfast ideas from our kitchen:

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Berry Burst Oreo Scones

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Tropical Smoothie Muffins

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Blueberry Cheesecake Danish

More muffins from around the Web:

Lemon Raspberry Muffins from Love Grows Wild
Chocolate Chip Cranberry Oat Muffins from Chocolate, Chocolate, and More
Creme Brulee Muffins from Chef-In-Training

Mocha Cappuccino Puppy Chow

Mocha Cappuccino Puppy Chow

I blame this post entirely on my blog friends.  Puppy Chow has been popping up on Aimee’s, Sally’s, and Nikki’s blogs…so what’s a girl to do.  Obviously crave puppy chow like no other!

Want to know a little secret?

I have never made puppy chow.  Oh, I have eaten the good stuff, just never tried to do it myself.  After seeing so many yummy kinds on the web, I got inspired to make some right away.  And of course in true BruCrew fashion, it couldn’t be regular…I had to make it my own.   My kids were so excited when I told them I bought the ingredients to make this Mocha Cappuccino puppy chow.  Turns out they love this stuff too!!!

Mocha Cappuccino Puppy Chow

I am kind of in love with the Jif Mocha Cappuccino spread…like “eat it out of the jar with a spoon” kind of love!   But today I melted it down with some chocolate chips and poured it over the cereal, then gave it a generous shake with some powdered sugar.  I found those little espresso cups at the Dollar Tree.  They have some fun little candies there, and you can’t beat the price.

Puppy chow is seriously so easy to make.  I’m not sure why I never made some before.  This won’t be the last time though.  You just can’t beat a no bake snack that takes less than 15 minutes to prepare.

Mocha Cappuccino Puppy Chow

 Go ahead and make up a big batch of this Mocha Cappuccino Puppy Chow for all your friends this weekend.  It is the perfect sit and watch football and commercials kind of snack.  Although once you taste it, I’m not sure you will want to take it with you though.  You might want to hide in your closet just for you to munch on later!!!  I can’t seem to get enough of this good stuff!

Just be careful…this stuff packs quite a sugar rush if you consume a big bowl late at night.  Self control?  I have none…because I also ate some of this for breakfast today!!

Mocha Cappuccino Puppy Chow

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Mocha Cappuccino Puppy Chow

Prep Time: 15 minutes

Yield: 9 cups

Mocha Cappuccino Puppy Chow

Ingredients

9 cups Rice Chex cereal
1 cup semisweet chocolate chips
1/2 cup Mocha Cappuccino Jif spread
1/4 cup butter
1/4 cup shortening
2 cups powdered sugar
1 bag Espresso candy cups (I found them at the Dollar Tree)

Instructions

  1. In a microwave safe bowl, combine the chocolate chips, Mocha spread, and butter. Microwave for 1 minute and stir. The mixture will be very thick. Stir in the shortening and heat for another 30 seconds and stir.
  2. Place the cereal in a large bowl. Pour the chocolate mixture over the top and gently stir in. Place the powdered sugar in a plastic bag. Spoon the chex mixture into the bag. Shake until everything is coated. Spread out on a wax paper lined tray and let set. Sprinkle with the espresso cups. Store in a sealed container for a week. Makes 9 cups snack mix.
http://insidebrucrewlife.com/2013/01/mocha-cappuccino-puppy-chow/

Here are a few more of our favorite snack mixes
that would be great for any parties.

chocolate covered popcorn, sweet recipes, dessert recipes

Monster Cookie Dough Popcorn Munch

Sweet and Salty Trail Mix 1
Sweet & Salty Trail Mix

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Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Muffins

 Today is the last Monday of the month and that means it is Secret Recipe Club day.  I have met so many great bloggers through this program and have enjoyed my past year of “stalking” new blogs.  I was excited to receive Casey’s blog My Beautiful Disasters for my last SRC post.  This girl is truly amazing!!!  I wish that I had been as dedicated to working out in high school.  I think it is so cool that she runs 5K’s with her dad too.  And her blog has so many fun recipes on it…did I mention she is still in high school?  I am way impressed that she keeps up with her homework all while posting all this delicious food.

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Coffee Cheesecake Oreo Brownies

I am declaring today a party day!!  Any excuse to eat some more chocolate right?  This past weekend and the last few days have been just a little stressful for me!  Nothing super important, just computer things that make my eyes glaze over.  All this coding and blog moving and learning has taken a toll on my brain!!!  I am now officially all moved over to WordPress…what do you think of the new site?  Mad props to my blog designer for totally making my blog say, Hello, I’m Jocelyn:-)  I absolutely love it!!!  She is incredible, and I can’t sing her praises enough.  Do you need design work done?  Totally contact her!

I am slowly working my way around WordPress…I have figured out enough stuff to get a post up obviously.  Do not ask me anything else though, because I am so lost at the moment:-)  I am told after a few weeks, I’ll be a pro!  Somehow I am doubting that, since I’m quite the computer challenged person!  But I’m up for learning it.  Thank goodness for Dorothy holding my hand and walking me through stuff step by step as I wrote this post.

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Pumpkin Spice Latte Scones

Every couple of months my husband asks for scones.
Pumpkin and coffee make a delicious breakfast scone.  Chocolate chips are optional, but I recommend adding them!
Now usually he is very specific and wants “non candy” scones.
Apparently I can’t bake with out adding cookies or candies to things…
it’s kind of an obsession of mine.

And he know’s that if he doesn’t specify how he wants them…
there will be crunchy things or chocolatey things added.

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