Indulge In These Hershey’s Kisses Recipes

A young woman making browniesWe all love a good sweet treat. And what’s better than popping a Hershey’s Kiss (or two, or three) into your mouth? We’ll tell you what’s better — these homemade desserts using Hershey’s Kisses. Grab your go-to bag from the pantry and let’s get to baking!

PB and Kiss Pie

Peanut butter lovers, this one’s for you! This incredibly easy pie can be whipped up in 30 minutes, but you’ll have to wait about 6 hours for it to fully chill. Trust us, it’s worth the wait. Here’s how it’s made:

Unwrap 26 Hershey’s Kisses and add them to a microwave-safe bowl. Heat for a minute, stir, and then heat for 30 more seconds. Spread onto a packaged crumb crust and add it to the fridge for 30 minutes. Now make your filling by beating cream cheese and mixing in sugar slowly. Now add in peanut butter, and keep beating. Add spoonfuls of the mix onto the chocolate-covered crust. To fully set, this needs to stay in the fridge for at least 6 hours. When the time is up, add more chocolates and some whipped cream for extra sweetness.

Hugs N’ Kisses

Everyone loves a good chocolate croissant from the bakery, but now you can satisfy that craving right from home. And in 20 minutes, no less! All you need to do here is pull your packaged crescent rolls apart into triangles. Take the kisses (or Hershey’s Hugs) out of their wrappers, and put two in the middle of each of the triangles. Then, add a third one on top for good measure. Roll the dough like normal, covering the chocolate. Put them on a cookie sheet and bake for 10 minutes. Before you dig in, let them cool for a few minutes, and dash with powder sugar. Now you can enjoy them.

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Squirrel Snacks

These acorn snacks using Hershey’s Kisses are adorable and would make the perfect snack for after dinner or a themed birthday party. Using icing, glue the Hershey’s Kisses onto the top of the wafer cookies. Let it set. Now, add some icing to the peanut butter chips, and glue them to the other side of the cookie. Let the icing set now too. Voilà.

April 5, 2021
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