My Favorite Pairing: Hershey’s Spreads

My Favorite Pairing: Hershey's Spreads

When I was little my mom always had a box of graham crackers in the pantry. I remember her dropping a dollop or two of chunky peanut butter into a little dish and breaking the graham crackers into sticks for me. That way I could dip to my heart’s content, picking up as little, or as large of a glob as I wanted. Graham crackers and peanut butter have always been one of my all time favorite snacks. Not just for the memories, but for the simplicity of it, the ease of such a snack. Something as simple as two ingredients that can tackle that sweet tooth in the middle of the day.

My Favorite Pairing: Hershey's Spreads

Recently I told you about how I’ve teamed up with Hershey’s Spreads to get the word out about their new chocolate spreads that are now available on store shelves. They asked me to think about what my favorite pairing would be. Hands down, it’s over the top of peanut butter on a graham cracker. Talk about satisfying your sweet tooth! And again, whether it’s dipping or spreading, graham crackers are the bomb with all three flavors. There’s chocolate, almond and hazelnut and they are all delicious!

My Favorite Pairing: Hershey's Spreads

Now don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of other ways to pair thee bad boys. Pretzel sticks are amazing as are bananas, and on toast all melty and such? So great! So I’m dying to know, if you tried these spreads, what would you pair them with? Fresh fruit? Salted crackers? How about celery or carrots? The possibilities are many! So what are your ideas?

My Favorite Pairing: Hershey's Spreads

Watch for a new recipe using these spreads and a great giveaway!

This is a sponsored post from Hershey’s Spreads and Amanda’s Cookin’

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