Goodness is that something that really takes us all by storm? Doesn’t matter what kind … odds are you like some sort of candy.
It’s not good for me — diabetes and all. BUT.. I can have some if I am smart about. Sometimes I am. Other times… not so much. This pandemic hasn’t been the best for it, either.
Before we go on, though, if you are new to the Food Photo Challenge, check out this post, which explains everything. Also, the linkup for this month’s theme will stay live for about a week, so join in even if it’s later!
Simply put, though, each month there will be a theme (announced at the end of this post) and on the 28th of each month, come back and link up.
So we keep moving forward with these food photos and it will be fun to see what kind of things happen with this theme.
Let’s check out this month. And yes I know I’m late!
It’s October. And that means Halloween. And that also means candy.
Lots of it.
I go in stages with candy. I like certain ones more than others, as I am sure most of us are. Straight chocolate — not so much. But add to it? Ot some othr sugar-loaded treat?
The key, I think for everybody, is portions. Sitting down and eating five candy bars is not smart!
My favorite is something with peanut butter in it. Or white chocolate. I do love that. How about you? Favorite? What do you avoid?
Here’s my submission for the month! Yum!
That’s my submission for the month and I am looking forward to seeing who else is taking part in this challenge and what they have to offer!
If you took part in the challenge, please make sure to link up below. Also, make sure you visit everybody else’s posts (and do come back to see who may have linked up after you!)!
Let’s, too, try and grow this challenge. Tell others and invite them. And, as always, one can check out the Facebook group for this challenge and others as well. You can access the group here.
The linkup is below, but how about November?
The theme for November is: Plate it. Come back on October 28 to link up!
Food Photo Challenge: October 2020
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