Key lime bars are essentially perfect as they are. They're one of the quintessential delicious snacks out there. However, just like everything else, there's a way to make them even better. How? Take something already basically perfect and give it a Texas twist. Easy. Peasy.
As we've mentioned before Angelique Hinkle from Seabrook in the Houston area encountered a predicament while she was making some key lime bars. She was part way through before she realized that she didn't have the traditional ingredient to make the bottom crust -- graham crackers. Refusing to feel deterred, she thought quickly on her feet to find a substitute ingredient that she had on hand at the time. Her salvation was using Buc-ee's Beaver Nuggets instead. To the surprise of absolutely no one the key lime bars not only turned out fine, they turned out incredible.
Hinkle helped prove an important point. To make something even better, she made it Texan.
This is a perfect example of how we here at Texas Snax can help all y'all out even when y'all are craving things that aren't suited for shipping. This is wonderful especially since one of the big reasons why Buc-ee's is so popular is all of the freshly baked or prepared Buc-ee's food that includes Texas barbeque sandwiches, Buc-ee's branded soda, warm nuts, and pastries like kolaches and klobasniky. While we would love to but can't ship these Buc-ee's favorites to all y'all, we can ship y'all other staples so that y'all can put Texas twists on all sorts of yummy baked goods.
Here's what we would love to hear from all y'all: What are fun ways y'all have found to use the treats we can ship to y'all? We know about adding milk to turn Beaver Nuggets into cereal as well as crusts for baked goodies, but what else is there out there? Let us know by commenting on this blog post or via our Facebook page. Fellow fans and humans alike will thank y'all. Remember: Sharing is caring. :)