Hello everyone, it’s time for November’s Monday Munchie Tea Party! A place to swap ANY links, recipes, baseball cards and Panini stickers. Okay, maybe not the last two, but who knows?!
It’s almost Christmas and it’s Thanksgiving even sooner, which means people are becoming busier with preparations and plans. So I’ve included some quick fix treats picked up from the internet for this month’s (smaller) menu requiring minimal effort and time!
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So let’s get ready to make some new Munchie friends – On with the menu!
- Ever made a mug cake? I was alerted to these quick fix pots of deliciousness last year and they’re perfect for if you’re in a hurry, have few ingredients or just want to minimise the risk of eating an entire cake! Here’s a link to ten great ones, including a pumpkin version. Thanksgiving without stress? 😉
- I’ve seen a few variations of these knocking around the web but they look so fun (and easy to do with kids) that I had to share. I may even have a mock Thanksgiving just so I can make them!
- Continuing the theme of ease and cuteness, these ‘Christmas trees’ are adorable and would make super party snacks for kids and adults!
- I like marshamallows. I LOVE sweet potatoes and sandwiches are just a basic human right so this idea intrigues me!
- Sweet, salty, savoury. Yummy little morsels!
- Michael has been getting his bake on with this easy bread pudding which I must try as it’s slightly different to the British bread and butter pud!
- And finally, the time in the oven is long but the prep time is short and it’s so worth it to make your kitchen smell full of Christmas! My slice of Tchaikovsky!
Remember to comment, like, REBLOG and check out each others’ sites – but most of all, enjoy the party!
There will be another Tea Party at the end of December, during that holiday wasteland time of between Christmas and New Year, but as everyone might be fooded-out, it will be a straight up Meet and Greet! (28th December)