I am a huge fan of cheesecake! It is actually one of the few sweets I will eat (and eat and eat) until I can’t button my pants! haha! I am equally in love with Marscapone! I can only imagine how delicious this great recipe from Taste of Home actually tastes! A plate with three slices of these for me please (right now!!)!!!
My Pinterest find of the day is this great diy St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Themed party by the Busy Budgeting Mama! She shows you a cheap way to celebrate the Luck of the Irish with your little ones! Batting for clouds! Bright colored fabric for the beams of the rainbow all hung with a curtain rod! I love her placement of the yellow potted flower and her idea of using skittles for rainbow seeds! She also has a printable for purchase for $10 to use for your packs of rainbow seeds for your party guests!!! Check it out!
This treat is truly heavenly! It actually reminds me a bit of strawberry cheesecake! The picture just doesn’t do it justice! I made these creamsicles this evening! I checked the freezer every 30 minutes in hopes they were set so I could try them!! These treats are so easy to make! Any one can do it! I used plastic popsicle molds but, in the future I think I will use small glasses or shot glasses with wooden popsicle sticks! The plastic molds will do but, i think the glass will really make them uniform and will also make it very easy to get out of the mold!
Here is what you need!
1 cup of whipped topping
2/3 cup of heavy cream
1 Tablespoon of Sugar
8 birthday cake oreos crumbled up (icing and all)
2 generous tablespoons of strawberry jam
extra crumbled oreo cookies to make a crumb coating
All you do is mix it all up in a bowl (in no particular order) and pour it into the molds! I did some layering but it is not necessary! the creamsicles that I did not layer actually came out a lot nicer! I was able to make 10 creamsicles in my fairly large molds with this recipe and I have enough left over from the ingredients i bought to make 10 more! Let them set in the freezer for an hour before adding the popsicle sticks then keep them in the freezer for at least another 2 hours (but, i honestly would recommend longer or even letting them freeze overnight!) I added the crumb coating after i pulled them out of the mold (kind of like you do with cupcakes) it added a nice and needed crunch to the creamsicles! I can’t wait to try another variation of this ice cream treat soon! I am thinking a lemon blueberry!
Let me know if you make this recipe or try a variation of your own! Guess what? my first batch is all gone already! They are that good! Let’s make this Spring and Summer…the Spring and Summer of DIY Ice Cream Treats!!!
Anything with green will surely spice up your St. Paddy’s Dessert Table!!! Here is another Sweet Treat that will be perfect for the upcoming holiday soirees! Try this beautiful and delicious Mint Choco Chip Mousse Brownie Recipe by Sugar Hero!!! If you are planning a St. Patrick’s Day Party I want to see your set up! Email me your photos of your shindig to firstname.lastname@example.org!!
Oh my, save this one…write it down…pin it..whatever!!! This should be your frozen treat of the Summer 2014!!! This recipe was developed by the awesome Little Inspiration! I can not wait to try this recipe…perhaps I will …tomorrow! If I do I will post the result of my try!
Just take a look at this goodness!