Monday, December 20, 2010

Kraft Recipe for Joy

There is nothing like a good cause to get me in a Holiday mood. Well, that and Christmas is right around the corner! If you're like me and you're being pulled in a hundred different directions with cleaning, baking and gift shopping you'll appreciate the Kraft Recipe for Joy Program. You can send your friends and family some free Holiday e-cards and help fight hunger at the same time! That's right, because for every e-card sent, Kraft will donate 2$ to Food Banks Canada. Now, that is one of the best deals ever! Of course, you get some great recipes with that e-card and having tried a few of them I can tell you, they are easy and delicious. Just what the doctor ordered for this busy season! You can even install a nifty virtual recipe box on your computer's desktop for easy access to the recipes.

So far, our 2 favorite recipes are for Chocolate Raspberry Thumbprints and Crunch "Bars". The Raspberry Thumbprints are almost brownie-like in texture and the cream cheese they contain gives them this slight cheesecake taste, they are quite addictive. And they stay moist and tender for days!

The Crunch Bars were also a big hit here. The caramel soaked Premium Plus crackers take on a wonderful flaky pie dough quality and the thick layer of chocolate and chopped nuts totally take these over the top. And they are easy-peasy! Just be sure to watch the oven and have everything ready because mine baked a lot quicker than I expected.

So can I just recommend you try these during the Holidays, please? Make yourself happy! And make hungry families happy too by helping Kraft reach their goal of a $50,000 donation to Food Banks Canada. Go send some e-cards!

For the recipes please visit the Kraft Canada website:

Chocolate-Raspberry Thumbprints
Crunch "Bars"

Please note: I was sent a gift package from Kraft Foods in exchange for sharing the Kraft Recipe for Joy Program and recipes with my readers. The opinions in this post, about the program and recipes, are my own.
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Lucie said...

Great initiative! And the treats look amazing, too :)

Indian Restaurant Fan said...

A very noble work & helps millions of people, Stunning, do not have words to explain the quality & crispness of the photos posted.

Biz said...

Oh my goodness - those look like "crack" bars to me because I don't think I'd be able to stop at one!

Thanks for the link! :D

grace said...

those crunch bars are my holiday vice. so good.

Granite Dining Tables said...

They are very cute, looks delicious and is it crispy? I guess you spend more time in making them.