So today my DIY Christmas Decor Vignette #6 is an Elegantly Sumptuous dessert. I have been challenged to recreate a holiday recipe from the most recent issue of Better Homes and Gardens Magazine. I could not resist the temptation to browse the pages while at Walmart. The newest issue of BHG is loaded with wonderful holiday crafting, DIY and recipe ideas. Pick up your copy today and make something…
I could hardly decide what to make. I finally settled on the minty Candy Cane Trifles on page 133 and the cheesy Double-Cheddar Holiday Biscuits on page 144. Hubby loves dessert and these individual trifles are just the thing to enjoy as a holiday late night snack with your honey!!! And they are easy to make because you can use things you already have at hand…even store-bought brownies if you must!!!
Walmart is loaded with amazing things this holiday season…there is something for everyone…
See my entire shopping experience in full color here.
I love finding recipes in magazines and then making them my own. The entire back section of this issue of BHG is filled with delightful and yummy food creations. I will probably cook my way through several of them over the holidays. There are several trifles to try, each with a unique ingredient and they always display beautifully…so they are a hit at any gathering!
Then there is an Easy-Cooking Holiday Feast with everything you need to create a wonderful family Christmas eve supper or even New Year’s day feast. I have always loved the cheesy biscuits at a restaurant in Atlanta. These come very close to the ones I remember so fondly. I will share these later this week…
Candy Cane Trifles
This is a fun and easy way to turn a brownie sundae into a festive holiday treat for two!!
- brownies broken into pieces
- vanilla bean ice cream
- candy canes crushed
- whipped cream
- sprig of mint
- Place a few brownie pieces in bottom of small glass. Sprinkle with broken candy cane pieces.
- Place a small scoop of ice cream on top. Sprinkle with broken candy cane pieces.
- Layer more brownie on ice cream and sprinkle with more candy cane pieces.
- Place a dollop of whipped cream on top. Garnish with broken candy cane pieces, a small candy cane and a sprig of mint.
- Enjoy by the tree!!!
See page 168 of the current (December) issue of Better Homes and Gardens magazine for a no-fuss brownie recipe.
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