How do you indulge?

After a long hard day I have my own special way to relax. Rushing around to get the kids in bed, and finish up my chores is a little easier knowing I have something special waiting for me. I am hooked on Kraft’s PHILADELPHIA INDULGENCE SPREAD, a new chocolate spread, truly the perfect way to end my day.

PHILADELPHIA INDULGENCE SPREAD comes in white, dark and milk chocolate but my favorite has to be the dark.  Beyond just eating it with a spoon I love to spread it on a graham cracker and top with fresh berries. A great weekend snack my kids love to use PHILADELPHIA INDULGENCE SPREAD on mini cupcakes as frosting. A must have treat to keep on hand anytime I want to INDULGE!

Kraft Philadelphia Indulgence is an amazing blend of rich cream cheese and decadent chocolate, creating a delicious spread to have with your favorite fruit, salty bite, or even by itself! With so many options to pair it with, you can be sure to indulge in all of your favorite snacks!

Philadelphia Indulgence, is available in 8-ounce tubs or cartons with 1.25oz tubs and, is available in grocery stores nationwide.

Real Chocolate blended with rich, creamy PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese Spread.

“Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Kraft via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Kraft.”


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March 27th, 2012 at 11:18 pm

kraft makes some of the best chocolate icecreams.i will try PHILADELPHIA INDULGENCE SPREAD over the weekend!

August 10th, 2014 at 8:13 pm

Unfortunately, these are an eat now type of food. They are not as crisp as a potato chip, ueslns they are burnt. They are very tasty though, and if you are cooking for children, there will not be any leftovers. If you want to try to store them, I would suggest covering them and putting them in the fridge. I have not tried storing them, but I assume they will be a little soggy. Go ahead and try it and let me know how they turn out. If I ever have any leftovers after my 5 kids are done, I will try it too. Thanks!

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