So we’re purely about 3 weeks clear of Christmas. Can you trust it?! It’s going to come SO fast! Normally at this level I want to have all of our decorations up, but this 12 months I’ve had a couple of dilemmas.One is the traveling. We have been out of metropolis for Thanksgiving after which my fogeys have been in metropolis visiting this weekend. Not to point out we’ve had a ton of rain, which makes it difficult to move get a tree outside. I’m quite certain it’s been raining like this the ultimate 3 years while we’ve gotten our tree. Crazy coincidence?And this 12 months we’ve a few of the hubs’ household visiting from South Africa for Christmas. Normally I positioned our tree up so early that by means of means of the time the real day of Christmas rolls around, it’s getting slightly droopy. We don’t desire that to occur this 12 months simply due to the fact we don’t ever have his household proper correct here from South Africa and we equally desire it to be nice.On upper of that, the sun absolutely modifications as winter rolls in and daylight financial savings changes. I’m lastly getting the grasp of the switch in daylight for picture taking purposes. Right now, the greatest faded in our residence is proper the place we positioned our Christmas tree. 🙂 I mean, HELLO DILEMMA! What ever will I do as soon as we submit the tree? I’m pondering rearranging furniture to assist restoration this problem.NO BAKE SALTED CARAMEL COCONUT MACAROONSThese Salted Caramel Coconut Macaroons aren’t any bake and so simple to make! The ideal blend of coconut, caramel and chocolate! I’m in love!INGREDIENTS:3 tbsp (45ml) milk6 tbsp (84g) salted butter11 oz bag Kraft caramels*, wrappers removed4–5 cups (288g-360g) shredded sweetened coconut4 oz melting chocolate, equivalent to almond barkSea saltINSTRUCTIONS:1. Add the milk, butter and caramels to a huge pot set over medium heat. Allow everything to melt, stirring typically so that the combination doesn’t boil.2. When the caramel is melted and smooth, upload the coconut, beginning with four cups. Mix collectively till the coconut is nicely coated with caramel. Add extra coconut as wanted so that the coconut is all nicely covered, but no longer too “wet” or the ultimate cookies will quit up gooey.3. Scoop out spoonfuls of about 1 1/2 tablespoons of the combination onto parchment paper, or one other nonstick paper.4. Allow to cool completely.5. In a small bowl, melt the chocolate according to the bundle directions.6. Dip the bottoms of every macaroon into the chocolate, then set again onto the parchment paper to dry. Drizzle with some extra chocolate and sprinkle with sea salt.7. Allow cookies to agency completely, then serve. Store at room temperature in an hermetic container.* Should be 40 caramels.