Easter is fast approaching and of course, The Lord, Our Savior is the first thing that comes to your mind.
Secondly, is food!!!!!
There’s Ham, Lamb, salads, desserts, vegetable sides of all kinds!!!!
Mom is in charge of Easter dinner every year and this year she is having a “cookout”.
So we will be having hamburgers, hot dogs, and brats.
Sounds good, huh!!
I’ve been looking for new recipes to try on Pinterest, as I always do.
Last year I made this tomato, corn, and avocado salad and everyone liked it, so I’m making it again.
I am also going to make this banana pudding recipe.
And to give the kids something fun to eat, I am making this rice krispie treat recipe.
It is made with the little marshmallow peeps.
What are you planning on making for your Easter dinner?
After church, of course.
This is a recipe from Pinterest in my “Sweet Tooth” board.
It is called 2 ingredient pumpkin brownies.
Here are the 2 ingredients.
This is what they ended up looking like.
I did not like these at all.
They are very moist, but the taste is not good!
I am going to try to sample some of these great and not so great recipes that I have found on Pinterest and let you know what I think.
Have you tried very many recipes from Pinterest?
We went on a wonderful cruise vacation last week.
Below are pictures of Jamaica.
We flew from Kansas City to Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Started on our cruise.
From there we went to Key West, Grand Cayman, and then to Jamaica.
It was a wonderful get a way.
Below is a picture of my Uncle Gary and Aunt Debbie having fun before dinner.
Our good friends Scott and Cindy. Lookin’ good!
An amazing sunset at dinner time.
The maid service always makes towel animals for you every day to enjoy.
Uncle Ted and Aunt Barbara.
Our best friends, Mark and Connie.
When we left Kansas City it looked like this!
Here are some random pictures that I took.
It was a blast!
The water was soooooooo blue and beautiful!
This is the best tasting roll recipe that you will ever have.
This recipe is from Grandma Burrell.
She is one of the best cooks I know.
To make the monkey bread you simply roll balls of dough in you hand.
Dip them one at a time, in melted butter then a sugar and cinnamon mixture, while tossing them in a bundt pan.
Let them rise one more time.
Then bake them in the oven at 375 degrees for about 20 minutes depending on your oven.
Have you tried the new Cool Whip Frosting?
I tried the chocolate.
I did not frost a cake with it.
I did not put it on cupcakes.
I didn’t even use it as dip for strawberries.
I ate it straight from the tube that it came in!!!
Don’t tell anybody.
Hey now, it’s not as big a tub as the regular cool whip!!
- Funfetti Cool Whip Cookies (chefpickykid.com)