Time to Bake

 


I made a German Chocolate bundt cake (from a mix) last night. No, I didn't frost it with coconut pecan frosting because I can't stand things THAT sweet anymore. I also don't like coconut. When I was a kid, my mom made it all the time - the german chocolate layer cake with that frosting in between. I would take a slice and then proceed to scrape off that yucky frosting. Anyway,  I sprinkled it with some powdered sugar. My husband cut a big piece and got out the Guittard chocolate ice cream topping and drizzled some of that on top. Ice cream would have been nice but we don't have any. I was happy with just a touch of powdered sugar. It was a light dessert. 

Yesterday I cleaned out and rearranged my pantry. 

I remember back in my younger days, with 3 little boys underfoot, and I could clean my whole house. These days I am lucky to get 1/4 of a room done in a day. I really hate to admit this, but I think I might be lazy and all this covid-crap doesn't make it easier. It's just one more excuse. "why clean and decorate the house, when no one comes over anymore? 

One thing I am doing is cleaning out my computer files of all my SAVED recipes I will be sharing these. 



SOURCE - Pinterest


ACORN COOKIES

  • Nutter Butter bites made by Planters or bite-size Nilla wafers 
  • Hershey's kisses 
  • Chocolate frosting 
  • Chocolate chips 

  1. Place a small amount of icing on the bottom of the Hershey's Kiss then attach to the Nutter Butter. 
  2. Put a dab of icing on the bottom of the chocolate chip and attach it to the other side of the Nutter Butter. 
How easy is that? 

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