Want to brighten your sidewalk or create a simple centerpiece for Thanksgiving or fall casual party? Create Mason Jar Luminaries with large mouth mason jars, glossy craft paint, and leaf stencil. Take an afternoon and create some fall fun with your kids or the big kid in you. Decide how many jars you will need and think about the fall colors for paint to create your own sidewalk of Mason Jar Luminaries.
Catch the Rays of summer at home in your own backyard with these easy to create fun food ideas for your kids. Grab your shades and beach towel you are about to catch rave reviews for this summer time impromptu lunch.
Make waves at the table with these creative lunch ideas for your kiddos. Expect smiles as big as surfboards as your kid’s look in wonderment at a table filled with brown sugar “sand”, candy “seashells” and “crab”-wich sandwiches. To finish the beach inspired lunch, serve frozen triple fruit pop-sickle and sunshine lemon cupcakes. Hungry kids will dive right into this tasty lunchtime fare.
Strawberry Cheesecake Tart begins with fresh whole strawberries and a creamy rich cheesecake filling all layered in a Vanilla Wafer cookie base crust. Fresh strawberries in season makes this tart super simple to put together. The strawberries are positioned with ends up standing at attention on top of the cheesecake filling that commands attention. You can also slice the berries and arrange in concentric circles on top of the tart . More about that in a minute, here’s the how to and recipe. Watch Daytime Tri-cities how to video on next page.
How to Make Strawberry Tuxedos for Valentines Day has three ingredients, melted white and dark chocolate and fresh strawberries. The berries dipped in white chocolate first, then dipped in a dark chocolate V shape, resemble a tuxedo with bow tie and buttons. It isn’t hard to do and you will definitely Make a Statement with this Dessert Garnish.
It’s a S’More Pumpkin Dessert Buffet! Gather everyone outside for an awe-inspiring scene with pumpkins artfully arranged down the center of the table among marshmallows, graham crackers and lots of chocolate. Can you say S’More Pumpkin please? Pumpkins are plentiful this fall season and the inspiration for this pumpkin themed S’more dessert buffet.