4 More October Occasions to Celebrate by Snacking

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The month of October is full of fun events! Last week, we highlighted six special occasions to celebrate by snacking. Each occasion we mentioned, such as Vegetarian Awareness Month and Celiac Awareness Month, focused on a special type of healthy eating. As we all know, balance is important, and October also happens to be a time to indulge your sweet and salty snack cravings! Here are four more occasions to celebrate by snacking:

 1. National Dessert Month

Each of us has our favorite type of dessert. Some of us love to finish off a good meal with a few squares of pure chocolate. Others like feeling like a kid again by eating the marshmallow bits you find in cereals or savoring the nostalgia of old-time candy. Maybe you even prefer to keep it simple and freshen up with a few melt-in-your-mouth dessert mints!

2. National Cookie Month

Crispy, chewy, or crunchy cookies are a satisfying treat! Try our classic Chocolate Creme Cookies. You can even buy crushed cookies for ice cream toppings or milkshake mix-ins, and bake your own cookies with our cookie mixes!

3. National Caramel Month

What can we say about caramel besides YUM? You can enjoy this sweet, sticky, buttery treat in so many ways. Go the classic route with wrapped caramels or caramel creams. Those who are crazy for salted caramel will want to try Salted Caramel Nut Fudge and Milk and Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramels. You really can’t go wrong!

4. National Popcorn Month

Many of you have told us that popcorn is one of your favorite items to snack on when the weather turns cold. It’s the perfect snack for a party or movie night. Munch on some Hunkey Dorey Popcorn Mix of buttery caramel popcorn with glazed almonds and pecans. Sample our addictively tasty Bear Crunch Popcorn, which mixes caramel- and chocolate-covered popcorn with nuts. Or just pop some of your favorite popcorn kernels, season, and enjoy!
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