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Thanks for sharing - Lisa
You always bring delight.
Elisa

Those looks awesome. I like everything about those ingredients and your pictures are excellent and directions for everything. I also make this for my family and friends.

The packaging looks so elegant with that touch of pink. These are really easy to make and very testy to eat. I excited for make it.

wow.. yummy... the sounds is nice. I love this recipe. It is fantastic because i love all chocolate recipes an this is very
nice and impressive recipe. It looking awesome.

don't see too many black families blogging about stuff like this online. i think it's wonderful. go head y'all!

Yummy... I like to eat chocolate and this chocolate cookie is my one of the favorite recipe. It is really very nice.

Wow... Chocolate. I like to eat chocolate recipe and these chocolate cookie is my one of the favorite recipe. It looking so yummy. I want to make it for my child.

So yummy... I love this recipe because i love all chocolate recipe. Also chocolate is very healthy for health. I am so excited for bring this recipe.

These all things are really very nice to see.And i feel very happy by seeing these all things its such a wonderful preparation for the chocolates.

Its really amazing. I like this recipe and also I like all chocolate recipe because I love chocolate so much. This sounds like very romantic. It looking awesomeness and nice.

wow.. yummy... the sounds is nice. I love this recipe. It is fantastic because i love all chocolate recipes an this is very nice and impressive recipe. It looking awesome.

So amazing. Thank for sharing wonderful recipe. It is fantastic. I love here every thing it looking really very nice. I love every bite of it.

Oh my - those chocolates in the top photo looks just simply irresistable....(sorry for the spelling). Definitely going to try - just not sure mine would come out as good as Nana Banana's?!! But going to try. ;-)

I have just found your blog and LOVE it ! Your Mom is a beautiful lady and her singing warmed my heart. Your pictures are excellent and directions for everything I have read so far in your blog are very clear and informative. You certainly have a flair for the lovely things in life. thank you so much for sharing with us !

Excellent post.I want to thank you for this informative read, I really appreciate sharing this great recipe. Keep up your work.

This is such a nice idea.It is best way to express your love.It is becomes best gift for your loved once.It is so admirable thought.

these look delicious. they remind me of buckeyes (which also call for parafin by the way)

Lisa,

Thanks to you and Nana Bannana, we finally have the recipe for those wonderful chocolates we loved and missed. As always you share tasteful and delightful products and ideas with your fans.

The "Gee Whiz" Club

My fave is Nana Banana's singing!
Kidding aside, I wrote down the recipe and will surely make it. The packaging looks so elegant with that touch of pink. Thanks Lisa for sharing.

Yet again, Lisa, You have inspired me. I've made my list and are going to work on these next week. Thanks so much for sharing your mom with us.

Those look so yummy! I have several recipes that use parafin with the chocolate for a coating. Thanks for the great post and a chance to Nana Banana sing :o)

The candy looks great--and so does your mom!

Wow -- those look amazing! Thanks for the wonderful recipe -- I love everything about those ingredients (ok, maybe not the parafin, but I'd definitely use it!) And Anna Banana LOVES Nana Banana's video!!!

OH YUMMMMM!

My mom's recipe for Buckeye candy includes paraffin wax too. :o)

these sound yummmmmmy

Thanks for this post...I loved every bit of it! I haven't had Martha Washingtons in ages. How did I forget about them? Your Mom is so pretty and seems like such a nice lady, too. What a fun day y'all must have had. :)

Oh my goodness, what a delightful post! I told my husband if I ever become a grandmother I want to be called Nana Banana too -- how cute is that?! I remember Martha Washington's but...it's been a long time. Thank you Lisa for sharing this old time favorite.

Yum!!! I always look forward to your posts!

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