Happy Halloween everybody! Was Frankenstein a scary figure from your childhood? My husband pointed out to me that Dr. Frankenstein actually helped the monster get a head.....so does that mean that I am some kind of doctor? Anyway, I couldn't make a scary monster. Say hello to Frank, my newest Halloween creation. I was inspired by this post from last year: www.karaskitchencreations.blogspot.com/2009/10/halloween-recipe. I thought that Frankie Weecakies would be fun to try. Frank is made with devils food cake, dipped in mint chocolate and decorated with chocolate piping. They make me smile. Frank is happy that he has been created for your Halloween celebrations. Happy Haunting :)
Friday, October 29, 2010
Friday, October 15, 2010
Are you familar with the national anthem of Canada? It is a majestic and patriotic song aptly named "O Canada." (go here to read the words: www.pch.gc.ca/pgm/ceem-cced/symbl/anthem-eng.cfm) One of my daughter's bestest friends, Sara, is at the MTC in Provo, Utah preparing for her mission to Canada. My children have all been blessed with great friends who are positive influences in their lives. Sara has been one of the greatest examples of kindness and caring. She is a spiritual giant and a compassionate leader. We thought that she would enjoy some O Canada Weecakies, so we made them especially for her. They are made with decadent double chocolate cake and dipped in white chocolate. The ends are then dipped in red colored chocolate and then topped with a chocolate red maple leaf. We are so proud of you Sara. Thank you for your wonderful friendship and spirit. Go forward a bring the world His truth. We love you.