Wow, It's November, is it just me or do the years go by much faster as you get older? Oh and by the way i've decided i kind of hate the day after Halloween, Max was a freaking crazy person, seriously all that sugar and staying up late and then the next day he still got up at 6:00am. We had a tantrum that lasted literally an hour, every time i would go back into his room to see if he was "ready to be nice" he would start freaking out all over again, and then 1/2 an hour after that he was sitting eating lunch telling me he was a happy boy. The only plus was that he took a 3 hour nap which never happens, and geez he needed it!
Anyway, back to November. I am a big fan of the end of the year, i feel like if its going to be winter and cold that celebrating wonderful fun filled holidays are the best things to do indoors. I'm totally making my shopping lists and i already bought some of Max's gifts- he's been having a lot of fun dressing up in his Halloween costume so i went the day after Halloween to several stores and bought a bunch of costumes on clearance to make a "dress up" box for him for Christmas. I'm hoping to do a lot of handmade gifts this year (although i say that every year, this year i mean it!) and since i don't want to spoil the surprise for those receiving gifts i'm planning on sharing a bunch of craft tutorials in January. In the mean time my mom and i have been busy whipping up lots of fun treats for you to make and share this holiday season! Lets kick november off right with a doughnut hole treat.
How do you make a doughnut hole better? Well just add melted chocolate and heath bar pieces. :) To make these little goodies dip your doughnut holes in melted chocolate and then in a bowl of heath pieces. Let them dry on wax paper and stick a pretzel stick in the end for the stem. I think they would be the perfect treat for a saturday morning breakfast or an after school snack. Happy Monday its a new week to make things happen!