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Salted chocolate Caramel Pretzel Bark

I  though I would give one more candy recipe.  This recipe is very easy and good.  It also came from the  "Oh Fudge" at our library.

1 cup (2 sticks) of unsalted butter
1 cup Light Brown Sugar
1 Bag of Mini Pretzels
12-oz Bag of Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
Sea Salt
1.  Wrap a baking sheet with aluminum foil.
2.  Melt the butter in a saucepan over medium heat.  As it melts cover the baking sheet in a even layer of mini pretzels. ( You may not use the entire bag.)
3. Once t he butter is melted, add the sugar and stir to incorporate.  Allow the sugar and butter to softly simmer and bubble, but don;t let it boil. so adjust the heat accordingly.  Stir occasionally.  The browning process's should take about three minutes from when it starts to bubble.
4. Once the sugar and butter have caramelized  pour the mixture evenly over the pretzels on the baking sheet.   Pouring it back and forth down the length of the sheet works well.  The caramel hardens pr…
I would like to share some ideas with you on making an emergency preparedness kit with essential oils.  When people think of emergency preparedness they think of 72 hours kits, or food storage, Thing  you would need if there was a natural disaster, and etc.  It's pretty easy to make a small first aid kit.  But I was thinking about something that aid to
Your health.  I would like to share the top essential oil that would be in my emergency preparedness kit.

1.  Lavender,  this oil is probably my favorite. I have used it for years.  Like I've always said,  if you don't know what to use,  use lavender.  It's a calming oil,  it helps you sleep,  it reduces stress and anxiety, it has antibiotic properties,   It is great for inflammation,  it helps burns and bug bites you name it  this oil will help.

2.  Oregano, definently  one of the top  oils for a emergency kit.  This oil is your antibiotic,  you use this for bacterial infections, cold and flues.?

3.  Melaleuca. This is …