And we’re back! It’s Day 3 of Dancing Deer’s CEO Trish Karter’s 1,500 mile bicycle trek from Atlanta to Boston, which she is doing it to raise awareness for family homelessness. Hopefully you’re following her progress on Dancing Deer‘s website.
Anyway, family homelessness is a sour subject, but maybe we can add a little sweetness with:
Peppermint Brownie Trifle
Now, I realize technically my picture is a parfait, but you know, this is my blog and I get to make the rules! And yes, I don’t own a trifle glass so I can’t really make a trifle. But the concept is the same. Take delicious Dancing Deer peppermint brownies (for which my wife pines during the year since they only sell them in Kansas City during the Christmas season), add layers of peppermint whipped cream, and crushed peppermint candies and you have dessert.
Well this is officially of Day 2 Dancing Deer’s CEO Trish Karter’s 1,500 mile bicycle trek from Atlanta to Boston. She’s doing it to raise awareness for family homelessness while I am writing for the next fourteen days to both share her story and to evangelize Dancing Deer products. Even before I found out about the ride, I loved Dancing Deer brownies. Now I’m proud to tell the world about their products and to share this recipe for:
Caramel Brownie Phyllo Cups
So me, the master un-baker, really got excited about this recipe since it was a way to use that oven thingy to make a dessert without actually having to bake. Yay science! I also got to use the little decorative phyllo cups you can find in the freezer section at your local grocer, which I think look cool. (BTW, we’re not done with phyllo. Not by a long shot!)
Now, for this recipe, I used the peanut butter brownies because I like peanut butter and caramel. My wife (who ate about 8 of the cups) said she would have preferred caramel or chocolate chunk brownies, but obviously she wasn’t too concerned. 🙂
Okay, so this isn’t the normal type of post I’d make on the blog, but at the request of the Party Planning Professor, I was asked to put together a small menu for a friend whose husband loves the Grateful Dead.
As you probably know, the Dead are an American icon for their great music, the era in which they made it, and for certain herbal and/or chemical activities in which they partook. And sang about.
So if youâ€™re looking to capture the spirit of the Grateful Dead, but maybe without all the â€œextras,â€ hereâ€™s a few sweets that are sure to get you Truckinâ€™ this Valentineâ€™s Day.
“Pot” Brownies and Vitamin C, ‘Rettes and “Cocaine”
So, in other words, what I have done is in no way family friendly, but I do love me a good pun every now and then and couldn’t resist the chance to employ my punning ability for evil.
Ready for the recipes?