Did Someone Say, Boozy Kahlua Peppermint Truffle?

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Yes, you heard that right! Unfortunately it’s not a new drink from Starbucks (sorry to get your hopes up, you lush, you.) But it is a delicious snack you can make to give as a gift, or to enjoy for yourself. Click here for the recipe, compliments of one of my favorite food blogs, Endless Simmer.

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Did you like this post? Then check out the book I wrote! It's called "The Real-Deal Bridal Bible, and it's available on Amazon! Here's my official bio: Alessandra Macaluso is author of “The Real-Deal Bridal Bible”, available on Amazon and Kindle. Alessandra also writes screenplays and articles, and is a blogger for The Huffington Post. She has contributed to Scary Mommy, Uptown Magazine, Charlotte Magazine, and many other publications, and was featured in the New York Times “Life and Style” section. Her original screenplay, “Polar Suburbia”, placed as a semi-finalist in the 2009 Moondance Film Festival. Alessandra is currently working on two book projects: a book about pregnancy called "Bump Therapy", and a cookbook filled with healthy, fresh and easy recipes for babies and toddlers that the whole family can enjoy (because really, who wants to cook twice?). If you'd like to get on that mailing list, you can do so here: What a Good Eater. To learn more about Alessandra you can visit her blog at punkwife.com or visit her Google Author Profile.

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