The hustle and bustle leading up to the Holidays can be overwhelming and exhausting at times … I’ll admit that some of my stress is self-imposed. As an allergy-mom, I’m guilty of wanting to prepare and control all of the food myself. Unfortunately, I’m also a procrastinator, so I’m usually stressing out in the kitchen on Christmas Eve, and missing out on the festivities with my family.
This year all of that is changing … Instead of spending a full afternoon baking, I plan on watching movies and drinking some hot cocoa with my family. It will be possible this year, because I’ve discovered perfectly free™ non-dairy frozen bites.
Perfectly free™ non-dairy frozen bites are made with a creamy vanilla core, and enrobed by a velvety layer of real cherry and blueberry, rich cocoa or salted caramel. They are made in a dedicated facility that is free-from gluten and the top 8 allergens. I’m also a fan of the fact that they are made with no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives and are only 35 calories or less per serving. These small, round and bite-sized treats offer endless possibilities for fun ways to serve them.
Here are 3 ways to make an impressive, festive and allergy-friendly dessert in less than 2 minutes:
1. Santa Hats
My kids get a kick out of eating food on a stick. For a festive snack, I made Santa Hats with some lollipop sticks, marshmallows and cherry flavored perfectly free™ non-dairy frozen bites.
For a winter themed dessert, impress your guests by serving perfectly free™ cocoa or salted caramel flavored bites on top of gluten-free pretzel sticks and mini marshmallows arranged as a snowflake on a bed of coconut flakes. This dish is the perfect blend of salty and sweet, and will have everyone asking for seconds.
3. A touch of class
Ring in the new year with a more formal, fancy and festive dessert. Treat your guests to a flavor explosion by serving all 4 varieties in a martini glass.
This holiday season, I plan to #liveperfectlyfree.
This post is sponsored by perfectly free™, all opinions are mine. Note that manufacturing practices and ingredients can change at anytime without notice and readers are always responsible for assuring allergen safety before buying or consuming foods.