Pudding cookies are so awesome. They’re all soft and chewy and flavorful. And when you use strawberry pudding in the cookies, it makes them pink. Which is just darn cute.
The way to truly enjoy trifle, if you ask me, is to eat it fresh. Of course, the very, VERY best way to enjoy trifle is to enjoy it with friends. With friends, on a holiday.
When I told Robb I intended to make Strawberry Pudding, he wondered aloud whether it even existed. It will when I make it, I replied. He should just trust me, because it’s one of the tastiest and creamiest desserts I’ve had in a long time!
And, being teenage boys that are constantly hungry, the kids decided to kill two birds with one stone. They would spend time in the kitchen baking treats. And then they would eat them. I threw them a bag of strawberry flavored marshmallows and a box of Rice Krispies, and put them to work. Having older kids is sooo great.
One of the high points of my life has been working with the youth group at our church. The girls are fantastic, and so fun! It has been a couple years since I have been involved with them, and I was missing it. So, naturally, I was thrilled when they asked me to come teach [Read On]
Last weeks favorites were all about chocolate, but this week’s theme seems to be fruit. I guess it’s appropriate, because it’s spring. As I write this, I’m listening to birds chirping, and looking at blossoming fruit trees and grey skies. I’m even planting herbs and veggies this week. (I hope I can find time to [Read On]