With my youth group a few nights ago I planned a S'more party.I called it a "S'more"gasbord. Gourmet s'mores of all kinds! Chocolate, Grahams, marshmallows, and all the special trimmings. I made sure to have an assortment of cookies and unusual toppings for all the girls to try. We talked a lot, played Volleyball and sang songs around the fire.
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Monday, September 19, 2011
I love Fruit! To bad I am allergic to most. Darn enzymes. There are a few I can eat one of those is Raspberries. I love them. Fresh or Bottled (YES, I bottle raspberries They are so good in the cold winter. They remind me of a warm summer day)
This little dish is wonderful for a party, Sunday dinner or just plain great as a fruit dip.
I served this at a family dinner and It was devoured with in minutes. I even doubled the recipe.
My little Miss calls this her Raspeberrry Yumminess. I think she ate half of this bowl.
Here is what you need:
1 large pkg vanilla pudding
1 8z. Cool Whip
16 oz. vanilla yogurt
16 oz. plain yogurt
16 oz. Raspberries
Pull frozen raspberries and let thaw while you mix other ingredients.
Whip together yogurt and pudding until pudding is mixed.
Add Cool Whip and mix well.
Take a few whole berries out of the package and save for later. Fold in raspberries. Place your extra raspberries on top for a pretty finish.
If you have any left for a later date it may separate a little. Just whip it back up.
Linking up too:
Crystal and Co.
Linking up too:
Crystal and Co.
Sunday, May 22, 2011
I found a serving tray at Target I loved. But the price was a little more than I wanted to spend. I searched the internet and found just what I needed to make my own. I though they would make great gifts for Weddings, Teachers, Girlfriends, Birthdays or even Christmas. Here is what I came up with...
What you need
Melamine plates (I got mine at Target)
Cake Stand Handles (HERE )
This company is going to be expanding. They have told me they will be getting more styles soon!
Drill and Drill bit (Mine was 5/16ths)
Tape your plates in a plus sign on the right sides of the plate. Find center and mark it with a marker. Make sure you are taping and drilling from the right side of the plate. Drilling from the wrong side can cause the plate to crack and break. I learned from experience. Cracking can occur at anytime. But I have found the tape really helps alot!
Place your plates right side up and on something you can drill into. I just used and old board in my garage. Do not do it on your nice kitchen table or floor (I did that once.Right into my linoleum. Live and learn!)
Drill slowly into the plate. Once through reverse the drill and pull out. You should be left with pretty little holes like these above.
Take your handles and thread the screws through the holes. Voila, a beautiful new serving plate. I am excited to try the 3 tiered plate too. The great thing about these handles is you only need one set and you can change them out for holidays or seasons.
Perfect for serving 2 Princess there lunch!
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