Kraft-Heinz sponsored this post, but the opinions are my own. When I head to the grocery store by myself, it feels like a vacation. I wander down the aisles in no hurry, check the labels on food that I’m grabbing and let people go in front of me when it’s a long line and they don’t have very much. When I bring the kids with me to the grocery store, it’s a whole different story. Usually they are always begging for small toys or sugary snacks and I’m always having to say NO.
If you’re looking for a delicious snack that kids and adults will love, make these Pepperoni and Cheese Pretzel Twists! They are perfect for a gathering, movie night or just snack time! Best of all these, Pepperoni and Cheese Pretzel Twists are pretty easy to make too! Pepperoni and Cheese Pretzel TwistsIngredients1 can of refrigerated biscuits8 cheddar cheese sticks, frozen30 pieces of pepperoni3 cups of water1/4 cup of baking soda1 egg, beatensea saltDirectionsPreheat oven to 425 degrees.
Disclosure: Post sponsored by Mirum but all opinions are my own. When my kids were toddlers, it was always hard for me to make a list of toys for them for Christmas. I wanted toys that were educational but fun and that would also keep them busy – not something they would get tired of quickly. For years, my go-to brand of toys has been Fisher-Price. I know that any toys from them will keep my kids happy each time they play with it!
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Selecting a term
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