Heyo! If you are anything like me, you totally waited too long for this whole Valentine’s Day thing. Oops! I mean let’s be honest gifts really aren’t my thing. In fact, giving gifts, gives yours truly major anxiety! There have definitely been times in my life when I should have given gifts, like it was expected (i.e. an ex-boyfriends Christmas gift, my sister’s 25th birthday), you know major times, but the stress got me and I just gave up. Seriously. I stress and stress and wonder if it’s the right thing? Is it too little? Too much? Am I too much? Ah! So then I usually just scratch the whole thing and decide to put myself in charge of making a cake, making a dinner reservation or hosting a get together. That is way more my style. Cooking, planning, making… all that I can handle. Giving an actual gift? Totally lose it. Creating an experience? That is something I love! That is something I like to do for my friends and family and those people near and dear to my little heart.
I’ve recently started writing for my friends over at Food Fanatic! I met them at a blogging conference that the Austin Food Blogger Alliance put on last year. They are whizzes at all things food and blogging, so I am excited about this new venture! I created this recipe for their site, so be sure to hop on over. Best thing, this Spicy Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie is no-bake. Wait, did ya hear that? NO-BAKE! Also, no stress. And the perfect sweet and spicy way to give something without getting gift (whew!) It’s a quick recipe so you have time to whip it up tomorrow!
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