Monday, January 25, 2010

Family Night Dessert



I blogged about some baking molds I found at a thrift store about a month ago. I used the molds and made a dessert for my family.

I have to admit, that, I tend to do more when we invite our friends over and entertain. Cleaner and neater home, prettier setting on the table and perhaps prettier dessert too.

I thought why not do a special dessert just for our family. I want them to know that they are very special to me.

They loved the desserts, and we had a fun night.


Note: The new tutorial I have been working on is coming up on Wednesday be sure to come back and check it out!

Have a blessed week everyone!

13 comments:

  1. Your post looks yummy. It also reminds me of years gone by where I made these. You can use the molds to make all kinds of appetizers & desserts. All fun. I may still have some molds in my pantry. Let me know if you want more and I'll poke around (could use the extra space, by sending various items I'm not using to a good home).

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  2. Just as I took a spoonful of my steel cut oats the page finally loaded with your beautiful dessert. Wow, that sure looks yummy! Looks so fancy and I bet it was easy, ah?
    You planning on sharing the recipe. I would love to spoil some friends and family with this dessert.

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  3. I inherited about 100 of these from my grandmother, but have only used them maybe one or two times since I just can't think of much to put in them. I also hated washing them. Thanks for the idea of how to fill them.
    I have a feeling we live somewhat near each other as I recognize some of the places you talk about.

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  4. fancy, fancy!! & your right, why not make a great dinner and fancy dessert for the family with out company. Great job!

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  5. I just found your blog and I love it! Thank you for sharing all of your good ideas!

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  6. I just came across your blog and it is amazing! I love your style and all your diy's! I will for sure be back and trying some of these projects!

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  7. Stunning! I'm sure your crew appreciated it. Mine only got peanut butter chocolate chip cookies and a paper cup of milk. :)

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  8. I came to visit your blog after I saw your raffle shirt in... I can't remember where right now...but I love your blog...I love that shirt by the way. This dessert looks really yummy and they looks just like the ones my dad used to make...would please share the recipe? Did you make the cream fill too? if you did. I would love that recipe too. Have a great week too.

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  9. Those look so goooood! They look like something out of a delicatessen cook book!

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  10. Sachiko, You are amazing. This looks delish! Please send some my way in Idaho. YUM YUM!

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  11. I am resisting the urge to lick my monitor! Your dessert looks yummy and beautiful all at the same time.
    Good job!

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