(* none of this is homemade but store bought. I just decorated a teeny tiny bit.)
I’m not sure what you’d call these. Maybe ‘super chocolate brownie fudge bites’. It’s my turn to bring the dessert in our small group and I was able to create these. I’m not a chocoholic like most females, but I’m sure they will be eaten.
I sure hope so, I won’t eat them. Is it bad to bring something you would never want to eat? I’m not too bothered by it. (I’ll bring fruit snacks in my purse for my dessert)
I’m really liking the blue platter though. Love wedding presents.
Do you like chocolate? What is your favorite combination with chocolate? Mint? Fruit? Nuts? I, if forced to eat it, prefer it with peanut butter. And after convincing myself that I had to at least try one before allowing other to ingest them, I ate one. With peanut butter.
What is the most amazing dessert you have ever had? Big question I know. Go ahead, I’ll wait a few minutes for you to think about it.
(time elapsing with ‘Jeopardy’ soundtrack playing)
Mine is a grasshopper pie I had as a child. ‘Tippins’ was the name of the restaurant in Kansas City. I remember it tasting so amazing. Nothing compared since that. And probably won’t since my memory as a child can be kinda off.
Not a chocolate fan? How can that be? Just kidding.
I am a fan of the basic cheesecake myself. To my mind as a kid it always seemed like an elegant dessert and that stuck. I love the creaminess and…oh, my tummy just growled.
And I agree, peanut butter makes everything better. Love peanut butter!
Most insane thing, as a little girl we went to a pie place called Plush Pippin. They made the best strawberry rhubarb pie EVER.
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