Thursday, February 23, 2012
1 box of Twinkies
2 3.9 boxes instant vanilla pudding
31/2 cups milk
20 oz.can crushed pineapple, drained
Cool whip ,cherries and sprinkles .
In a large bowl whisk together pudding and milk for 2 minutes and set aside .
slice unwrapped Twinkies lengthwise .I used my biggest pie dish or you could use a 9x13 pan .Line the dish with the split Twinkies cream side up , then layer with pudding ,pineapple and cool whip cover with plastic wrap and let set up in the refrigerator for a few hours .
Garnish with sprinkles and cherries when ready to serve .
I researched this recipe on line and found some variations, instead of pineapple I saw sliced strawberries and bananas.
I was inspired by the recipes of Paula Deen and the blog by Confessions of a Cookbook Queen.
Last night was a Boy Scout Court of Honor and Pack Meeting Dinner .
I would like to thank everyone who brought food for the Chili and Pie Potluck .We had plenty of food and it was all delicious.
Sunday, February 19, 2012
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
"The truth is,those who diligently seek to learn of Christ eventually will come to know Him.They will personally receive a divine portrait of the Master , although it most often comes in the form of a puzzle one piece at a time .Each individual piece may not be easily recognizable by itself; it may not be clear how it relates to the whole .Each piece helps us to see the big picture a little more clearly .Eventually after enough pieces have been put together,we recognize the grand beauty of it all .Then, looking back on our experience,we see that the Savior had indeed come to be with us --not all at once but quietly,gently almost unnoticed" (President Uchtdorf, April 2011 General Conference)
So as I sat looking at all these little puzzle pieces.I wondered what could I do with them ?This is the result .I hope you like them.