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Old 10-30-2014, 11:18 PM   #1
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We don't have dessert every night,
but when we do, I do it up!
I made Hershey's Best Brownies,
sans the Creamy Frosting this time (DH loves that!)
topped with Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream
and Hershey's York Peppermint Sundae Syrup
MMM!

How about you, what did you have?

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Old 10-30-2014, 11:22 PM   #2
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What's For Dessert?

Halloween candy assortment! Two mini Heath Bars and 5 mini packs of strawberry Twizzlers. And somehow a mini Kit Kat snuck in there, how'd that happen?

Love mint chocolate chip ice cream.
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Old 10-31-2014, 12:00 AM   #3
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Looks yummy, kgirl. I'm having a bowl of mint chocolate chip ice cream as I type.
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Old 10-31-2014, 08:32 AM   #4
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You are all Bad !!!! ( Only because it looks lip smacking good and I don't have any)
and I'm not going back into town which was MANIC because tomorrow is a holiday here and some shops are closed for a whole half day! Yes you did
read that right.
And I didn't sleep at all well last night....
and I'm getting fat.....
and ...................................It will have to be the cooking chocolate, these are desperate times
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Old 10-31-2014, 11:13 AM   #5
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Today is our wedding anniversary and, as we've set tradition, we'll be having wedding cake for our dessert.

Every year on our anniversary, we have the bakery that made our wedding cake make an 8-inch version of it.

We're looking forward to it. I'll take a picture of it later and share it. Too bad I can't share the cake, too. It's so delicious, which is one of the reasons we like to enjoy it again on our anniversary.
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I don't have a sweet tooth, so I'm very boring when it comes to dessert. I'm not a fan of ice cream or candy, unless it's dark chocolate. If I'm really craving something, I usually have some fruit. Right now I have pomegranates in the fridge.

If I'm feeling like being decadent, I might have a sugar-free popsicle.
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Old 10-31-2014, 11:28 AM   #7
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Today is our wedding anniversary and, as we've set tradition, we'll be having wedding cake for our dessert.

Every year on our anniversary, we have the bakery that made our wedding cake make an 8-inch version of it.

We're looking forward to it. I'll take a picture of it later and share it. Too bad I can't share the cake, too. It's so delicious, which is one of the reasons we like to enjoy it again on our anniversary.
Katie, what a terrific way to celebrate your special day.
How many years have you and yours been married?
What kind of cake do you have?
I have a picture of our wedding cake somewhere,
unfortunately the shop that our cake is no more
(not to mention 3000 miles away from us now)
but it was so good that guests at our wedding were trying to steal cake from each other
I'll find that photo ...
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Old 10-31-2014, 11:50 AM   #8
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Katie, what a terrific way to celebrate your special day.
How many years have you and yours been married?
What kind of cake do you have?
I have a picture of our wedding cake somewhere,
unfortunately the shop that our cake is no more
(not to mention 3000 miles away from us now)
but it was so good that guests at our wedding were trying to steal cake from each other
I'll find that photo ...
I was a widow when Glenn and I were married. This year is our 5th anniversary.

Our cake is a vanilla-butternut with raspberry filling and vanilla buttercream icing. The cake recipe is one the bakery developed and is beyond tasty. We just love it and our anniversary is a justifiable excuse to enjoy another cake.

Our anniversary cake is just like our wedding cake, except smaller. Our wedding cake topper was a blue motorcycle. We're bike riders and our bike is blue.
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Nov. 6th is the Church Fair. I am going to make a Lemon Poppy Seed Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting. Today after I get back from running errands, I am going to candy the lemon slices for the outside. And then get all the dry ingredients together in a large plastic bag.
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I don't have a sweet tooth, so I'm very boring when it comes to dessert. I'm not a fan of ice cream or candy, unless it's dark chocolate. If I'm really craving something, I usually have some fruit. Right now I have pomegranates in the fridge.

If I'm feeling like being decadent, I might have a sugar-free popsicle.

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For the entire year of 2013, I had DH a regime to take off
his extra poundage (95 pounds in total after it was all said and done)
and I would make this dessert for DH to get over that hump.
I'd get different flavored light yogurts and do up a parfait
using fresh fruits and cereal (Kashi Go Lean Cinnamon Crumble)
and believe it or not, it was GOOD!
Quite satisfying really, and he still requests this for dessert
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