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I'm Ever Ready to take on new challenges. I enjoy experimenting with recipes and exploring a variety of cuisines. have an elementary and middle school teaching background. Some of my special interests include; writing, poetry, picture books, reading biographies, traveling, being at the lake, and exploring the Southwest region. I value time spent with family and friends.

Saturday, June 27, 2020

4th of July Sweet Treats

This treat went together in less than five minutes! Make sure the ice cream sandwiches are slightly softened so sprinkles adhere better. I used small skewers (cake pop sticks) so easier to hold on to sandwiches when adding sprinkles. Each ice cream sandwich was wrapped in wax paper and placed back in freezer until serving.  
White Chocolate Berry Parfaits

Ice-Cream S'mores
Lemon Blueberry Crumb Bars
White Chocolate Lemon Cheesecakes Tartlets

Cherry Float Cupcakes
Black Forest Trifle Desserts
Black Forest Mini Cheesecakes
Pop Rocks Drinks (Non Alcoholic)

Cook's notes: This super easy recipe is a creative way to add some sizzle to your 4th of July gathering. The recipe is from FoodNetwork.com
Place pop rocks in a dish. Coat the glass rim with lemon juice and then dip the rims into Pop Rock. To achieve the red-white-blue effect use Tropical punch (blue) add some Pop Rocks candies and then fill glass with any red drink such as pomegranate or cranberry juice. Lastly, add the bubbly like seltzer.
Firecracker Wands
Dip marshmallows in prepared frosting and then into sprinkles. Add a red straw to anchor place a dab of frosting at end of straw and arrange each one in a bowl. Fill bowl with red, white and blue candies that include Red Hots.

Raspberry Limeade Slushies

Part Two:Grilled Meals and Sides

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