Hershey kiss topped ice cream sundaes

With Halloween around the corner, I am pretty sure some of you already have your candy sorted for the trick or treaters. I always like to buy Hershey’s kisses as children love them however sometimes I am left with leftovers. One day I decided to buy some small ice cream sundae cups and top them with Hershey’s kisses for a dinner party that I hosted. These Hershey kiss topped ice cream sundaes are such an easy and fun dessert to serve if you do not have enough time to make something from scratch.

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You can pretty much top most desserts with Hershey’s Kisses so the possibilities are endless and this is just a small drop in the Hershey’s kisses pond of ideas. Here are more fun ways to use Hershey’s kisses in addition to the Hershey Kiss topped ice cream sundae. Now you know there is more that can be done with leftover chocolate!

5 Ways to use Hershey’s Kisses

  1. Peanut butter blossom cookies – What I love about these cookies is that they take only 10 minutes to bake in the oven and are made with a few simple ingredients. Try this Peanut Butter Blossoms Recipe from the Genius Kitchen.
  2. No Bake Peanut butter Kiss Cookies – anything with the words “no bake” always attracts my attention and these No Bake Peanut Butter Kiss Cookies from Sis Sisters Stuff are awesome. With only 6 ingredients and a total prep and cook time of 15 minutes they deserve all the love.
  3. Hershey’s Double Kisses Truffles – These truffles are what you make when you are in need for some serious chocolate fix. They take a little longer than the first 2 recipes but they absolutely worth the effort. Believe it or not you will just need 4 ingredients for this recipe and the result will make you look like a master baker. Find the double kisses truffle recipe on ABC News.
  4. Double Pumpkin Kissed Chocolate Chunk Cookies – I know I cannot go through food post during the fall without a recipe with pumpkin in it. These double pumpkin kissed chuck cookies made by the picky plate are an indulgence and very comforting. With ingredients like nutmeg, cinnamon and pumpkin they are super delicious.
  5. Hershey Kisses and raspberry skewers – If you want something with some fruit, try placing raspberries and Hershey’s kisses on the little appetizer sticks or toothpicks. You can use any fruit of your choice like strawberries, grapes or even pineapple.

If you have the itch to bake something else you can check out my Pumpkin Cream Cheese  Bundt Cake or my Delicious Oatmeal Breakfast Muffins

I would love to know when you try these Hershey Kiss topped Ice cream Sundaes or better yet let me know different ways you like to use candy in your baked goods at home. Your comments are always welcome!

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  1. What a good idea! I can’t get Hershey’s where I am (that I am aware) but I got to taste a couple once, I then figured I couldn’t buy them locally as I’d want them all the time! I’d never have thought of putting them with icecream, it looks adorable – and I’ve never called icecream adorable before!

  2. These are so cute and would be perfect for a party! So easy too! It’s lovely to find eye-catching treats that aren’t hard to make for a group of people.

  3. I love ALL of your suggestions! Hershey Kisses are my childhood faves. I only indulge in them every now and then as an adult. Will have to grab some for the upcoming holidays to try at least a couple of recipes!

  4. We really love ice creams, and I’m still looking for different ice cream recipes. This Hershey kiss topped ice cream sundaes looks so yummy and easy to prepare. Will surely try this.

  5. I think it makes me crave for ice cream like this. This Hershey ice cream sundae looks refreshing and tempting. I will definitely check this out.

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