Delicious. And in case you're wondering, yes, that is chocolate on top. I used one teeny dark chocolate baking disc for the whole family and it made it extra-special.
While I'm not one for hiding unappetizing ingredients or tricking my kids into eating new things, there's no shame in making introductions as pleasant as possible.
A lot of folks have been super-nice about the things I've been making lately:
Special thanks to Dot and Dabbled for sharing my paper towel wreath and handmade paper project on her blog and my eclairs on FoodWhirl. I really *SQUEALED* when I saw that.
Jen from Tatertots and Jello posted my wreath as well and a lot of neat new friends have popped over from her site. It's been great getting to visit your blogs and see all the great stuff you're getting in to.
Heather of Dollar Store Crafts was sweet enough to post about both my wreath and my quilted coasters. Thank you so much!
Jen at Redberry Barn is actually making a wreath with a friend - that's the highest compliment! Thank you!
Joanne at Ready Set Craft included my wreath in her round-up and left the nicest comment about it. So sweet!
Kelly at Crafting in a Green World included my napkins in her Stash Busting post and Glue and Glitter showcased my coasters - love Stash Busting and all the great people I'm "meeting" through it. Thank you ladies.
So... yeah... I'm feeling like the luckiest girl in the world right now; bloggers (especially green-thinking creative, food-loving types) are the nicest bunch of people around.