Old Fashioned Sweets Had Its Own Value


Due to the numerous details involved, arranging a class reunion might not be a simple task. However, there is one important element that would count a lot towards a happy reunion. These are the old-fashioned sweets, which can double up as a memento of the wonderful times with old school friends.

You may also go the extra mile by personalizing your favorite old-fashioned sweets. There are many choices for a personalized, sweet and delightful reunion favor. You can personalize candy bar wrappers or tins that you made or bought, with your reunion message. If you want a nice surprise, you may want to get your school mascot directly embossed onto the chocolate or cookies. This is done by online businesses that use food dye, safe inks and you shouldn’t be worried about their safety. A holiday favorite, this is a great pie to serve year-round. Start with cooked, mashed, and whipped potatoes.

The extra step of whipping the sweet potatoes creates a dessert that is smooth and creamy and without lumps. Add sugar, melted butter, eggs, vanilla, salt, ground cinnamon, ground ginger, and whole milk. Stir to combine, spoon into an unbaked pie crust, bake until golden brown, and top with homemade meringue.
After the reunion is done and sweets are gone, small little items can be kept or stored in these personalized tins for a lasting souvenir. However, it was the industrial revolution – and cheaper sugar – that brought about the sweets we know and love today.

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