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Old 01-17-2009, 01:24 PM   #1
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Help me, my Nestle Munchies will expire in Feb

I have like 20 pieces of this thing and they all expire in Feb

I don't know what to do with them




its milk chocolate with soft caramel and crisp biscuit center

any ideas?

I though of making vanilla cupcakes, but that would eliminate 5-6 pieces and I would still have 14

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Old 01-17-2009, 01:35 PM   #2
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They should still be good beyond February but, if you are concerned, I'd just pop them in the freezer.
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Old 01-17-2009, 01:52 PM   #3
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u sure of that?
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tsk tsk tsk whoooooooooo edite my title lol
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A retired coworker shared an old convenience recipe called Milky Way Bars where you take your favorite cookie dough (can use prepared or homemade) and spread into 9 x 13 pan and bake for 10 minutes, then place cut up Milky Way candy bars over the top and bake another 10 minutes. I would use your Nestle candies in place of the Milky Way bars and ENJOY!
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tsk tsk tsk whoooooooooo edite my title lol

Yeah. When I looked at the thread I wondered why you were concerned about your munchies. Munchies, to me, are things like peanuts, carrot sticks, etc. I didn't know there was a commercially-produced confection called "Munchies." I learned something today.
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A retired coworker shared an old convenience recipe called Milky Way Bars where you take your favorite cookie dough (can use prepared or homemade) and spread into 9 x 13 pan and bake for 10 minutes, then place cut up Milky Way candy bars over the top and bake another 10 minutes. I would use your Nestle candies in place of the Milky Way bars and ENJOY!

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Yeah. When I looked at the thread I wondered why you were concerned about your munchies. Munchies, to me, are things like peanuts, carrot sticks, etc. I didn't know there was a commercially-produced confection called "Munchies." I learned something today.
lol, I guess its only found in Europe and here
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