I gave in, went along with the crowd, jumped off the bridge just because everyone else did. :) (My mom always asked if we would jump off a bridge because everyone else was doing it!)
So I made some Brownie POPS. I used some wood skewers cut in half as I couldn’t find those darn Lollipop sticks…they are hiding somewhere!
Easy, but time consuming!
Some for my family who came out for the day…
And some to bring to The Tablescaper where I spent a Seasonal Sunday at a wonderful Soup and Salad Party.
To make the pops, make your favorite brownie recipe, scoop it out and roll into balls. Pop into the freezer to set. I melted good quality choc chips with butter and dipped the brownie balls in the choc and sprinkled. Very rich!
She had a lovely display of soups, salads and breads as well as desserts. I will let her give you the details!
I made some butternut squash with apple soup. A spatter of creme fraiche and a few grates of fresh nutmeg on top. I am sending this virtual bowl of soup to my friend Kay from the Holidays Forum who LUVES acorns. Kay, I wish it could be IRL! :)
Last winter I found these covered acorn bowls in the WSonoma Outlet. As it was after the season, I paid very little for them, so little, I won’t tell so anyone who paid full price won’t cry.
What? You demand to know? OK, with my usual coupon less than 12 dollars for the set of 4. I KNOW! You hate me. :(
I made the napkin rings with a roll of pip berries from AC Moore. I used a plaid mat, and a brown and a gold napkin. A dinner plate from the Dollar store and a leaf plate for the bread from Pfaltzgraff.
The amber glass is from Villeroy and Boch. Ceramic salt and peppers from the supermarket.
But I am on time for Marty’s Tabletop Tuesday.
Thanks for visiting. I will be back for Note Songs Kitchen Party.