I made this icecream once before and so when it looked like I was not eating a bag full of cherries fast enough, I decided it was time for a repeat appearance cooked the cherries up before they could rot and then made the chocolate custard base and put it in the fridge for a day to chill before running it through the ice cream maker.
It is super creamy and delicious and the cherries really make it all the better although the chocolate ice cream on its own is probably plenty yummy. I highly recommend making your own ice cream, it is fun and very tasty indeed!
In honor of the Academy Awards last night I made some festive pops. Only they came out completely disgusting! I blame the excess salt in the recipe really. I knew as I added the salt according to the directions that it was way too much but I did it anyway. Oops! They were like frozen salt sticks instead of popcorn, gross! But they looked pretty and the chocolate drizzle and dulce de leche was very yummy.
So luckily I had extra sauce and made little Bon bons with that. My sisters idea to make these babies, brilliant, she saved the day. Much better!!! These were really yummy and super easy to make the dulce de leche and soooo creamy and tasty! Ah the magic that is sweetened condensed milk
I had my annual Thanksgiving Craft Show this weekend at Holy Trinity Church and so I had to come up with some inventory quick
Today am sharing pics of the reeces pieces soaps I made. I love making the little bites and seeing the middle. And they smell of loverly chocolate and peanut butter. Fun Fun Fun.
Made lots of fun treats this past week to celebrate with.
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- A spring Easter suds order. Soap and hand knit washcloths.
- Tie Dyed some eggs.
- Made ‘cadbury’ cream eggs, I added a hint of coconut.
- Also made peanut eggs and marshmellow eggs.
- Made homemade peeps.
- Also chocolate dipped some strawberries.
- Baked cake eggs, these seem like a great travel cake!
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