Halloween Bingo 2019 PreParty — Question for 08/14 (Day 14): Halloween Bingo Reading Snacks and Drinks … Part 2: The Snacks

So, I had to go down to Frankfurt yesterday, and as I had hoped when composing my original post for this prompt, I managed a small side trip to that store.

This year’s Halloween snacks now officially include:

  • Orange chocolate / cocoa truffles
  • White chocolate and almond truffles
  • Cocoa and dark chocolate coated almonds
  • Chili, vanilla and cinnamon chocolate
  • Red wine chocolate
  • Almond pistachio cookies
  • Chocolate wafers
  • Fudge.

(While I was there, I also stocked up on some favorite teas, spiced rice (their own blend) and condiments.)

 

 

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