Homemade Twix

May 23, 2012 § 22 Comments

Got a minute?  Let me tell you what my life looks like right now.

Currently, I’m sitting at my dining room table with my laptop, 2 library books, 2 notebooks, several pens and pencils, and various research articles on Buffalo Soldiers and the Civil War.  As you can probably tell, it’s almost crunch time.

No, I’m not studying for Finals.  Heck, that thought hasn’t even entered my mind yet!  I’m actually working on a research paper on Buffalo Soldiers and a debate on the Southern perspective of the Civil War.  At the same time.  I guess that’s what I get for procrastinating!

You know I procrastinate.  A lot.  I go on Facebook and Twitter like a normal teenager, waste an hour or two, and then I go on Foodgawker or Pinterest, find something I want  need to make and then spend another hour or two making, eating, and taking pictures of it.

These Homemade Twix bites are a result of my procrastinating.  What can I say?  The second I saw them I knew I had to make them.  How could I not?

I really should be making this post short, considering I’m procrastinating just taking a short break from my schoolwork, but I have to tell you how amazing these are.  Right?

As a matter of fact, I’m eating one right now.  A small square of buttery, not-so-sweet, shortbread topped with ooey gooey caramel, a drizzle of dark chocolate, and a few crystals of sea salt.  It’s delicious, addicting, and utter bliss at the same time.  Seriously, these Homemade Twix are what dreams are made of, people!

I could go on and on, but that library book on the Civil War is sitting right under my nose…taunting me…

The bottom line is that if you like delicious food, shortbread, caramel, and chocolate, you should make Homemade Twix.  And if you don’t like delicious food, shortbread, and chocolate, you should make them anyway because you’ve obviously never tasted anything like them before.

So, yeah.  While you’re busy running to your kitchen and making Homemade Twix, I’ll be hitting the books.  Hard.  After eating one more piece, of course.  Brain food! :-P

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