Hershey’s Spreads Favorite Pairings and a Giveaway!

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Remember when I told you about these new, chocolatey spreads from Hershey’s?

And remember these cookies I made with Hershey’s spreads:

Thumbprint cookies with Hershey's Spreads



And I told you there would be a giveaway?

Well, today is the day for the giveaway!  You are going to love this!  

Hershey’s Spreads are the perfect, creamy chocolate to pair with all kinds of things.  Hershey’s sent a box of delicious pairings for me to try and I get to give one away to you too.

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We sampled all three varieties with cookies, dried fruit, granola bars and pretzel crisps.  My favorite pairing was Chocolate Hazelnut with the pretzel crisps.

And, I’m not going to lie, we ate a fair amount of all of the spread paired up with regular pretzels too (as opposed to the thin pretzel crisps).  I love that sweet/salty taste.  Especially when the combo includes chocolate!

Hershey's Spreads with Fruit


We also paired the Spreads up with fresh fruit.  Banana and Chocolate Almond was a natural combination.  It was also my favorite.  And as I’m typing this, I have to wonder why I didn’t think to pair the Chocolate Spread with an orange.  That would be marvelous!


Hershey’s is going to send one lucky reader a Hershey’s Spreads package with three varieties of spreads, plus an assortment of recommended pairings.

To enter, leave a comment telling me what food you’d like to try pairing Hershey’s Spreads with.  Giveaway open through Monday, January 20.

Disclosure: I received a Hershey’s Spreads kit and have been compensated for my time.  All opinions are my own.

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  1. I like to dip nutter butters in spreads like this. #nomz

    • I would love to try this with pineapple I think it would be a great combination!! I also think that it would be good on a fresh bagel (right from the bakery and still hot) ………..

  2. Kate Spring says:

    I’d like to pair fresh fruit with Hershey’s spread and also try them in smoothies!! YUM!!

  3. Danielle T says:

    i would love to dip pretzels in the spreads!

  4. I think strawberries would be yummmy!

  5. I would dip sugar cookies!

  6. Ohhh my. I would make cookies with these, if there was anything left after dipping fruit an pretzels in them and just eating it with a spoon. 😉

  7. Other than on my finger, I’d try in on a thick slice of warm bread.

  8. I think I would spread any of the flavors on rolled out puff pastry and make palmiers with them.

  9. Graham crackers, apple slices, angel food cake, I could go on and on. Yum!

  10. Oh yum- one of my favorite snacks is an apple with peanut butter, so you can bet that would be one of the first things I’d try! Then pretzels, graham crackers, an orange (thanks to your idea!), a spoon…

  11. I would love to try them with Vanilla wafers or graham crackers!

  12. I think bananas or graham crackers would be fantastic!

  13. I’d like to warm it up and drizzle it over carmel popcorn! We made some “moose munch” for Christmas gifts and this would have made it much easier.

  14. I would love to pair these chocolate spreads with sugar cookies! Bake the sugar cookies, spread this chocolate wonderfulness on them and add pareils! Oh golly, what a wonderful idea for Valentines day with heart shaped sugar cookies!

    Thank you!

  15. I’d love to try this with pretzels or some kind of peanutbutter cracker!

  16. Definitely pretzels! I love the sweet and salty combo of chocolate and pretzels!

  17. Honey Grahm crackers…Mmmmmm! Sounds nummie!

  18. Joan Cannon says:

    Cinnamon pretzels, MMMMM!

  19. I have been trying to find these since you first posted them, but am having difficulties! I can think of so many different combinations I would try, but I think animal cookies would be my first combo!

  20. Mmmmm strawberries, bananas or apples.

  21. I think plain vanilla wafers would really let the yummieness of the chocolate come through!

  22. I would make thumbprint peanu tbutter cookies and put the hershey’s spread in the thumbprint! yum!

  23. LISA SUGGS says:

    Fluffernutter Sandwiches with a touch of chocolate!

  24. I would love to try fruit and graham crackers with the plain chocolate spread.

  25. Oh boy…there are so many choices! Pretzels, Nutter Butter cookies……strawberries….a giant spoon!!!

  26. apples!

  27. Any fruit!!

  28. Heather King says:

    How about ritz crackers with honey, sounds good to me.

  29. I would love to eat the chocolate with almonds by dipping strawberries in it!

  30. I would love to try cherries and vanilla wafers with Hershey’s Spreads!

  31. Jennifer H. says:

    I think the peanut butter filled pretzels would be great!

  32. I would love to try it on strawberries its strawberry season in Florida.

  33. jean gries says:

    Crepes with Hershey’s spread,bananas and whip cream

  34. Randee Smith says:

    I would use these as a dip for a fruit tray or for frozen banana slices. I would coat the banana in spread then roll in graham cracker crumbs , Oreo crumbs or toasted coconut.

  35. Strawberries its that time of year for them here in Floridam

  36. I would love to try them on a warm waffle topped with bananas!

  37. I would love to eat this on bananas.

  38. Carol Roberts clark says:

    i think some toast would be nice and some fruit

  39. Laura Clark says:

    My favorite thing to eat with the spreads would probably be apples, but I would mostly eat it with a spoon and spread it on my tongue! Probably good on bagels or toast, too, though.

  40. The first thing I would dip into this new chocolate wonder is a spoon! Then I would try using it with different fruits and cookies! 🙂

  41. Charley R says:

    Chocolate with ANYTHING is a winner, but I would love it on Graham crackers!

  42. How about spreading it on a banana, sprinkle on some coconut or granola, freezing it and then eating it like a banana pop!

  43. I’d love to try any of them on Stacy’s Vanilla Pound Cake Baked Crisps. Yum-o!

  44. Jennifer Essad says:

    I would enjoy spreading a layer on my cakes before frosting. On sliced banana bread. Glaze a warm Bundt Cake.

  45. I would love to try chocolate almond spread between two coconut cookies…yum.

  46. Jen Bouchard says:

    I would love to try these with dried cherries, strawberries, and banana chips.

  47. Definitely with apple slices, bananas, or oatmeal. These would so enhance my morning oats!

  48. Anonymous says:

    Bannanas and pretzels in the chocolate!!!

  49. rose lane says:

    Ohhh sliced apples or pineapples in the regular Hersheys Chocolate Flavor would be heaven for me 🙂 Hugs, rose

  50. Can’t I just eat it with a spoon? Though I would love to eat any of it with strawberries

  51. Susan Broughton says:

    I love to put it on fresh baked bread. The warm bread melts the spread and it is soooo good!

  52. Graham crackers and marshmallows!

  53. I’d like to try it with pretzels or bananas. Sounds yummy!

  54. I would love to use the Chocolate Almond in my “Better Than Anything” cake!!

  55. Valerie P says:

    Bananas sound good. So do apples, peanut butter and chocolate on toast, pretzels, cookies…anything and everything sounds good. I hope I win.

  56. I think Vanilla Biscotti’s dipped in any of them would taste amazing!

  57. I’d be dipping pretzel rods in the chocolate. Yummo!

  58. Chocolate with Almond on graham crackers.

  59. Chocolate on toast. Yummy, creamy, melty, chocolaty goodness.

  60. I would eat the spread with sliced apples.

  61. Andrea D. says:

    I would love to pair them with fruit like strawberries, bananas and apples or crackers like vanilla wafers or graham crackers. Marshmallows and peanut butter would also be good with it. Thanks for the chance to enter.

  62. Elizabeth says:

    Strawberries …toast…pretzels (love the sweet and salty combo)!

  63. Pretzels….graham crackers, teddy grahams, bread sticks, vanilla wafers. Any and everything sounds great!

  64. Fayleen Tonkin says:

    Pretzels, or wafer cookies, bananas…the list could go on and on!

  65. Katrina L says:

    I would love to try the spreads with fruit. That sounds delish!

  66. I want to pair the chocolate spreads with a banana!

  67. I like to dip shortbread cookies and pretzels in Hershey’s spreads!

  68. Apples and toast

  69. Graham crackers, breadsticks, grapes and definitely strawberries. Oh and off the spoon, too!

  70. Seriously, all I’d need is a spoon but strawberries or pretzels would work too!

  71. Angel Skelton says:

    I am so excited for this contest! I have just recently seen these amazing” jars of joy” on other blogs, but I CAN’T FIND THEM ANYWHERE AROUND HERE! I have been imagining them with Nilla Wafers, pretzels, fruit, graham crackers…….the list goes on and on!! #Ireallywantsomehershey’snow

  72. Melissa Groth says:

    I’d use the Spreads on French Toast, fresh made beer bread, on bagels, brownies, in tortillas filled with fresh fruit…the possibilities are endless!

  73. I would love to try it with fruit and croissants. Yum!

  74. On plain ol graham crackers!

  75. Elizabeth says:

    Would LOVE to try all 3!!

  76. A spoon is all I need.

  77. Melanie C. says:

    I would like it with strawberries, mmmm. My son would love it just with bread.

  78. uh everything? LOL
    Probably start with making some french style filled croisants with them!

  79. Fruit, marshmallows, goldfish, ANYTHING 🙂

  80. Lisa Higgins says:

    I would like to try the spreads on apples.

  81. Mmm … I would love to try these! I’d first try fruit like strawberries and pineapples and apples dipped in them and then cookies!! Someone else mentioned nutter butters and that sounds like it would be good with it! So many ways you could use these! <3

  82. I would love to try out graham crackers with these! Also fruit sounds really yummy too!

  83. bananas, strawberries &/or pineapple in the chocolate please! yummmmmmmmm!

  84. Clementines but not oranges. I’ve been obsessed with the idea of clementines and chocolate of late. Ooh, is add some sea salt on top too!

  85. I love to spread chocolate on most fruits but would be good on toast and especially waffles in the morning, then topped with banana.

  86. I would toast an English muffin and spread the chocolate w/hazelnut on the muffin and add sliced bananas! Or just dip strawberries in the chocolate! Yummy, can’t wait to try this!

  87. I’d love to try to dip apples in it or to make a mock smores with it.

  88. M.J. Jacobsen says:


  89. I think I’d just get a spoon and dig in! If I had to put it on something, probably whole grain toast. 🙂

  90. Dee McCormick says:

    Cake, cookies, and fresh fruit would be fantastic!

  91. I think it would be a tasty treat with apples or graham crackers or pretzels … but of course I’d have to share this deliciousness with my sweet husband and I think we’d enjoy this during an at home movie night!

  92. I’d use it to make a frosting for brownies!

  93. This would be absolutely delicious spread on a piece of pound cake and then warmed just a bit.

  94. I think it would be great on some strawberries & bananas

  95. Fruit would be yummy!

  96. Although I would have to try them on banana pancakes or waffles, I’d also like to see if my Girl Scouts would prefer these to peanut butter for Ants on a Log (aka celery topped with raisins or craisins). After all, putting chocolate on anything is usually an awesome improvement! I’d also like to swirl some into a cheesecake…

  97. Jennifer A says:

    I would love to use while making Smores. Yum!!

  98. I would love to use Hershey’s Spreads as cake frosting “Delicioso”

  99. I make a yummy cinnamon swirl bread that would be so good with this! I’m sure my kiddos would also like it on their pancakes or toast.

  100. These would be great to put on a freshly baked brownie or a biscotti….or, on top of french toast!!!

  101. The chocolate almond on banana sounds delicious and so does chocolate on fresh strawberries -yum!

  102. Oh my all the different flavors look so inviting but I think I would love the chocolate almond on some Vanilla Wafers.

  103. I would like to try it on pound cake.

  104. Hmm so many possibilities, apples and spread, on bananas, on toast in the morning, I am sure these spreads are good on almost everything! Thank you for the opportunity of the giveaway.

  105. I would like to try these on bananas, pretzels and graham crackers.

  106. Joellyn A. says:

    Graham crackers or apples

  107. Michele Behlen says:

    I would like to try it on Nilla Wafers or graham crackers.

  108. Jeannette T. says:

    peanut butter cookies !

  109. Frances Perry says:

    For me it would be pretzels. I love the combnation of salt and sweet. Can’t wait to try it on toast also.

  110. Mary Ann K says:

    I think some good fresh pound cake, but first I would have to try each one with the very best dipper in creation – a finger!

  111. These sound so delicious! I think they would be good on about anything you could think of. But, first I would put it on a banana, apple and on some graham crackers!! And, it would make a smoothie even more luscious!!

  112. My fingers…ok..maybe not, but most likely anything I can get my hands on…..Flipsides crackers (pretzel & ritz cracker combo). That would be yummy!

  113. Pretzels, like you! I love sweet and salty!

  114. My mind is reeling at the thought of the chocolatey goodness! I would start with homemade tea cakes, straight out of the oven. There would definitely be some strawberries & bananas to follow. You might find me with Graham Crackers as well. I would finish it off by licking the spoon!
    (All this will happen AFTER I finish my 30 days on Whole30.)

  115. Apples & bananas!

  116. I’m a chocoholic and would live to pair these with strawberries, pineapple, apple, pretzels, those thin wafer rollup cookies and pretty much with anything!!! My mouth is salivating and can’t wait to taste these!

  117. Linda Riggi says:

    I would love to use Hershey Almond spread along with whipped cream cheese spread on mutiple sheets of puff pastry, rolled and baked the have cool whip topping each serving, maybe bananas toppin it off. Yum!!

  118. I would love to put this on hot biscuits and scrambled eggs..

  119. Looks like these are just begging to be spread on graham crackers!!

  120. Animal crackers and marshmallows!

  121. I would pair it with a spoon. Eat it straight from the jar.

  122. I would love to try with bananas and pineapple. The kids would like to try it on a sandwich with peanut butter. Yum!

  123. Rebecca Loach says:

    I would love to try it on waffles!

  124. I would love to pair them with fresh strawberries, graham crackers, nilla wafers, and pretzels!

  125. Marshmallow, strawberries, graham crackers, nilla wafers chocolate chip cookies!!

  126. My first choice is try each one from the tip of my finger! Then… I would love to smear a bit on each bite of banana, then an apple and warm toast. Oh yum!

  127. I think potato chips would be great with the Hersheys spreadables.

  128. bananas! or a spoon :p

  129. I would try it on a toasted bagel, maybe even a Thomas mini pretzel bagel!

  130. I love chocolate hazelnut spread on thick, crusty artisan bread. That would probably be my go-to snack if I won these!

  131. I would try the spreads on Strawberries and apples.

  132. I made homemade marshmallows and put on the Hershey spread it was great

  133. I think a combo of apples, pecans and chocolate would bring everyone to the table. They would clean their plates so they would be allowed to have dessert!

  134. Mmmm, these would be delicious spread on crepes, rolled up and topped with fresh whipped cream!!

  135. I grew up eating nutella in the 60’s and 70’s and then my daughter got to grow up with it. Now my granddaughter is growing up with it here in the states. I can’t wait to try the hersheys brand. I bet it is awesome! We love popcorn at my house so I guess we would figure out someway to have chocolate covered popcorn. Ha!

  136. Susan Christy says:

    I would eat it with graham crackers and fruit

  137. I would love to use them with bananas!

  138. LaRae Longbottom says:

    i think any of these spreads would be fun to try in no-bake cookies in place of the cocoa or peanut butter!!

  139. fawn strunk says:

    I think that anykind of fruit would be good

  140. Graham crackers, apple slices or pears!

  141. Oreos and Ritz! Yum!

  142. I would really enjoy trying these spreads over Cookies!!!! YUMMY!!! 🙂

  143. barbara n says:

    I would use the spreads on fruit!

  144. Rachel Fairchild says:

    The spreads look ah-mazing! I would love the chocolate almond in apples! I also think it would be fun to make with smores. It may be neat to try eclairs with as well.

  145. Kristi F. says:

    I would love to try these with pretzles…salty/sweet goodness!

  146. Angel Snider says:

    So many things come to mind..i would bake some zucchini bread or hazelnut bread and melt it ….drizzel it …all over the top … drizzel it all over.. strawberries…bannanas.. scones ..make fruit kabobs with the spead over the fruit..homemade peanut butter cups using the spread.. put it in my warm oatmeal for my babies.. the list goes on and on and on bake oatmeal cookies and peant butter cookies using it.. need i say more? 🙂 or just simply put it on my toast.. yummmm!!!

  147. I would use the spreads for my children’s after school snack: fruit, graham crackers, etc. then when they are asleep- I would sneak in and either eat it out of the jar or spread it on some cake.

  148. Tinker Kell says:

    Pretzel rods! I’d dip, and the drizzle a little caramel too. Fresh fruit would also be great for these dips.

  149. With pretzels!

  150. I would use it as a dip for apple wedges

  151. Anna Cooper says:

    I would use this with fresh fruit.

  152. Kathy Lowry says:

    These look wonderful. I’d love to try the chocolate almond with dried apricots! Another must try would be thick cut potato chips in any of them! Yum!

  153. I would eat it from a spoon with a nice dollop of peanut butter.

  154. I would like to try it on homemade granola bars or thumbprints.

  155. Parmesan crisps, graham crackers, and as sandwich spread

  156. I love waffles with any kind of spread! Thanks

  157. Would be awesome on a piece of toast. My kids would love it!

  158. I want in! lol
    Warm croissants are the best with it!

  159. It might be good with apples and such like on the picture. I want to try that.

  160. Pretzels are my weakness! yum!

  161. I would spread it on a crepe, top with strawberries, bananas and blueberries, roll it up and enjoy!

  162. I would definitely pair the Hershey spreadables with graham crackers.

  163. Jessica Radcliffe says:

    I would try apples, strawberries, pineapple – any fruit good with chocolate. Sounds yummy just thinking about it….

  164. Anything that has a crunch or crispness to it, celery, apples, toast, crackers…

  165. They’d be great with fruit in a crepe!

  166. I’d love them with graham crackers!

  167. I think it would be great sandwiched in between two chocolate chip cookies. You could even use it in place of jelly on a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Chocolate and peanut butter are a natural pairing. In fact I think they are happier together than they are apart.

  168. I bet it would be good sandwiched between homemade peanut butter cookies. Thank you!

  169. I’d love to use them in a smoothie, on a banana sandwich, with strawberries, on pancakes, on a bagel, the combinations are ENDLESS!!!

  170. Anything right outta the jar

  171. Blessie Nelson says:

    I would love to pair it with butter croissants and figs!

  172. Carol Lynn says:

    I would love to pair this with a variety of fruits – Strawberries, Pineapple, Mango, Raspberries and More! Perhaps a little bit of Angel Food Cake Pieces too.

  173. I’d love to pair these with homemade whole grain bread and bananas.

  174. Camille Ridge says:

    Sponge cake! Yummmmmm!

  175. gina mcguffey says:

    I would make chocolate cover chips with them….i would make a chocolate pie and cakes with them,then use it in my cake icings .i think good old fashion fluff sandwhich would be good and milk shakes.. my list can go on and on to what to use the hersey chocolate spreads bake or cook or just to eat with .yummy ..

  176. Suzanne N. says:

    Trader Joe’s kitty cat cookies! They would be marvelous dipped in any of the three. Yumm-o!

  177. I would make a trifle, either large or individual ones. Put the chocolate spread on angel food cake or pound cake and make layers with strawberries, bananas, raspberries and during peach season, peaches. Make coconut balls and put chocolate spread. Add to pancake batter & top with spread & strawberries, whipped cream & coco powder. Crepes of all types for dessert. I have crepe maker. Put chocolate spread in crepes and fruit of your choice. Put on graham crackers. Stir into hot coffee or ice coffee in summer.. Put on cherries. Would be great to put chocolate spread on seville oranges. Make an ice cream sundae and put spread on top, add whipped cream & sprinkle/dust with Hershey’s coco powder. Add some when making milk shake at home. Put on apple slices for quick snack. Put spread on your favorite muffin. Put on a warm cupcake-YUM!

  178. Ooooh yummy! I’d do banana waffle sticks and and my finger hee!

  179. Strawberries!

  180. I want to pair Hershey’s Spreads with Pineapples, Strawberries, and chocolate fudge cookies!

  181. I would try the Hershey’s spreads in between two ritz crackers along with a smear if peanut butter.

  182. Julie Hammonds says:

    I can’t imagine what I wouldn’t want Hershey’s spreads on…YUM! I would definitely start with graham crackers, though. I might even top with an apple slice to feel like I was “eating healthy”!!! LOL!

  183. Kimberly M says:

    S’mores! And then some fruit to balance it out:)

  184. I like to try it on almost any fruit.

  185. Priscilla says:

    Yuum, I would try it with strawberries! (:

  186. i put it on top of raspberries,strawberries and blackberries on a waffle

  187. I’d be spreading it on fruits like apples, strawberries and bananas.

  188. Jennifer Finn says:

    i would try it on graham crackers and bananas

  189. strawberries and apples- love chocolate with fruit

  190. pretzels, gramcrackers, marshmellows

  191. Elena Falk says:

    Definitely fresh fruit! Love fruit and chocolate.

  192. Graham Crackers for sure!

  193. Marilyn Nawara says:

    I would like to try it with pretzels or graham crackers

  194. Sandy Walus says:

    Nutter butters and strawberries all the way

  195. I’d love to try strawberries with the chocolate spread.

  196. Lindsay Hess says:


  197. honestly, i think i’d just eat it with a spoon…lol. i do love apples dipped in peanut butter, so i would probably try it with apples. thanks for the chance!

  198. I would pair it with fresh raspberries

  199. I would love to try the apples with chocolate hazelnut. These look yummy:)

  200. Allison Downes says:

    I want to pair them with Pretzels

    Thank you for the sweet giveaway!


  201. Jean Goon says:

    I would like the spreads to be used with graham crackers!

  202. wanda serrano says:

    Graham crackers marshmellows, banana bread yum

  203. I would dip strawberries, apples, bananas, angel food cake, cubed. There are endless possibilities!

  204. I would love to try the spread on fruit. The almond chocolate spread sounds yummy. 🙂

  205. Strawberries!! Florida’s strawberry season is just beginning…what a great treat!

  206. My husband loves nutter butters on his graham crackers, so I know if I won this that will be the first pairing I will be doing. Thank you for this opportunity. 🙂

  207. Kelly Mullins says:

    peanut butter or fruit

  208. DEbbie Lind says:

    These look yummy! I have not seen them anywhere yet. I think they might be good on english muffins. I would also bake some cookies

  209. I’d try it with strawberries, graham crackers…and potato chips.

  210. Michelle H. says:

    Sounds delicious for fruit! 🙂

  211. emily willingham says:

    i want to go with the salty-sweet experience, so i would choose Ritz crackers for my pairing.

  212. April Lepper says:

    I would love to try it on any fruit and sum whole wheat toast. .

  213. My kids would really love this too…we would use pretzels..chips..marshmallows..apples..graham crackers….

  214. Melinda Reid says:

    I would dip biscotti cookies in this .

  215. Pretzels, bananas, apples, graham crackers, cookies, on ice cream…the possibilities are endless!!! 🙂

  216. Mmmm! I’d like to try these on shortbread cookies, homemade bread, or fruit – any kind of fruit, I think!

  217. Yummy good with apples and bananas

  218. pretzels, for sure! fruit… maybe to make sandwich cookies with… or just a spoon! lol

  219. Would love any of these on bananas!

  220. I am not much of a breakfast person, but do love my coffee and a piece of toast. I would put a nice dallop of Hershey’s Spread in my coffee, and slather some on my toast. I would put it on just about anything once! Ice cream sounds yummy with Hershey’s Spread.

  221. Scooby snacks….or just my spoon along with a nice glass of red wine 😀

  222. I would try with apple slices and pretzels! Yum!!

  223. Rebecca Newport says:

    Strawberries…bananas….pretzels….spread on waffles. YUMMY!!!

  224. Lorraine Spaziani says:

    I would spread these lovely concoctions on Pizelle. Pizelle are a very delicate Italian cookie just waiting for a treat!

  225. Diane Offerman says:

    Fruit and pretzels would be my choice.

  226. Sharon Lewinter says:

    I would eat them with pound cake and ice cream. Pour that on top and add whip cream

  227. I’d love to try the spreads with banana or pineapple! I bet my little ones would like it with pretzels! 🙂

  228. I would add it to my morning smoothie – yum!

  229. Jennifer heenan says:

    This would be wonderful melted and drizzled on popcorn. ..and I would replace it in recipes that called for Nutella to start…until I develop new recipes! Looks like a delish product!

  230. Its chocolate, doesn’t matter what it is paired with to me!

  231. I would pair it with fruits (oranges sound good to me) and my kids would spread it on toast.

  232. Cathy Bouxsein says:

    I want to try them on apple slices! And crackers, and pretzels, and sliced pears….they look wonderful!

  233. Tina Sherman says:

    I’d love to try these with strawberries, pretzels, granola bars.

  234. Gina Rampy says:

    I would like to dip peanut butter and Ritz crackers in them!! Yum!

  235. Great product. I’m thinking pound cake, apples, celery. It could be spread on cheesecake or the inner layer of a regular cake.

  236. Krista Toole says:

    I would put it on waffles.

  237. I’m adding more idea to my original comments on 1/16 approx. 4:30

    I used to eat banana sandwiches as a child, SO–a banana sandwich with Hershey spread on both slices of bread, slice bananas and put on bottom bread slice and top with other bread slice. I love grilled pineapple, so I would make a sauce with the spread and put on top of grilled pineapple. I love french toast but instead of one slice of bread, I would use two and put Hershey spread between two slices (use bread of choice brioche would be good). How about a dessert pizza; I had one years ago. You use a sweeter crust, top with Hershey spread and top with lots of fruit of your choice.

  238. I’d love to try it with graham crackers.

  239. This might be a way to get my daughter to eat some breakfast before school.

  240. Mrs Nancy Jo Thompson says:

    Definitely this would go with bananas and strawberries and maybe warm pound cake

  241. Margaret LOZIER-ARPS says:

    I would like these on Flourless Chocolate cake.

  242. I would like to try each of them in three cups of hot milk for hot chocolate drinks on these very cold winter days and serve to my children! Yummy!!!!!

  243. Annette Herbst says:

    Nutterbutters, strawberries, grapes, celery and on and on lol

  244. I’d like to try these chocolate spreads on celery or with marshmallow fluff on a sandwich or use chocolate in place of pb in a pb and j Mmm 🙂

  245. Shelley Michael says:

    I’m inclined to reply with fruit, all the usual stuff. But……honesty……in our house, it’s a finger, scoop it right up and eat it (after bedtime, in your Jammie’s, while no one is looking of course).

  246. with some apple slices

  247. I would put it on toast

  248. Joni Tressa says:

    I would try it with pretty much anything. So much to choose from! LOL… Definitely fruit or some french fries. :-9

  249. Brigitte Rankin says:


  250. I would love to pair it with apples!!
    I’m not very creative that’s why I read your blog so I can get some great advice 🙂

  251. I would like to try Hershey Spreads on top of a cinnamon bun


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