Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Russell Stover Stocking Stuffers

Sisters and Brothers, your Chocolate Priestess got the last of her stocking stuffers this morning at her local Hallmark store when she picked up a few cards using her Gold Crown membership card.  While I can't at this point reveal what these four treat look like or taste like since they are gifts for someone else, Russell Stover usually has decent chocolate that is a safe bet for their price. Once these have been opened, I'll return to this post and add a few more photos and give you a second-hand report on how they tasted.


I got two treats with a "traditional Santa" on the wrapper.  Both have caramel in them, the green wrapper is simply a caramel center while the red one should have both marshmallow and caramel.  The shell, which I assume will be Santa shaped, is made of milk chocolate.  These cost 59¢ each and were on the candy counter near the check out.


The other two stocking stuffers I bought this morning are these: a marshmallow Santa and a peanut butter Santa.  The marshmallow's wrapper has this very fluffy Santa and I bet that is intentional to make you think of fluffy marshmallows.  The peanut butter is the smallest of these four and is 10¢ less than the other three.  All four of these should be things the Milk Chocolate Acolyte will like to find in his stocking on Christmas morning.

Sisters and Brothers, may you too take the time to slowly appreciate what the Divine and human ingenuity have offered you in chocolate.

1 comment:

mavido79 said...

Mmmmm, Marshmallow Santa. My stomach is now growling