Last week, I had a REALLY fun day down in NYC in Times Square with my friend Julie. It was a quick trip, but lots of fun and I love to see my blogging pals!
All in all a great day. Plus, it was full of chocolate. Specifically, American Heritage Chocolate (a newer favorite) and M&Ms chocolates (a lifelong favorite). Wednesday marked the arrival of American Heritage Chocolates to the Times Square M&M’S World® store.
It’s kind of crazy to see the American Heritage Chocolates right there amidst the crazy bright M&Ms merchandise, but it totally works. And without our ancestors having discovered the AWESOME of chocolate in sweets, M&Ms might not even exist. (Let’s not even think about that).
It was great to see our chocolate friends from AHC again in person and to have a taste of their Chocolate Drink that’s so steeped in history.
To celebrate the event, I wanted to share with you some American Heritage Chocolate Recipes to enjoy.
Triple Chocolate Cupcakes from Lolli at Better in Bulk
Chocolate Apple Pancakes from Racquel
Slow Cooker Hot Chocolate from Dawn at Homemaking Hacks
Chocolate Mango Apple Bread from Ellen at Confessions of an Overworked Mom
Chocolate Crepes from Julie at Happy Strong Home
Chocolate M&Ms Bark from Amanda at Mommy of Two Little Monkeys
Vegan Mexican Chocolate Pudding from Ellen at Confessions of an Overworked Mom
Chocolate Cake Mix Crinkles from Amanda at Mommy of Two Little Monkeys
Chocolate Nonpareils from Julie at Happy Strong Home
American Heritage Chocolate not only brings history right into our modern kitchens, but it’s interchangeable with regular chocolate. If a recipe calls for 1 cup of chocolate, you’d use 1 cup of American Heritage Chocolate. With the holidays here, and so many of us taking extra time to remember family traditions, what better time to change up some family favorite recipes and start some new recipes to pass down using American Heritage Chocolate?
This post is brought to you by our friends at American Heritage Chocolate. Love of the product is my own.0