This past week we also had Ty's school Christmas Program. It is so cute to see the classes march onto the risers and sing their little hearts out. The kiddos are all dressed up in their little Christmas outfits and they look even more adorable than they do every other day of the week. Ty looked like this most of the time:
|Blurry, I know. The lighting wasn't good. I guess he was hungry because he was eating his shirt sleeves.|
|This is Ty and his friend Riley. Little cuties!|
|Ace enjoyed the show! (those teeth crack me up!)|
|And, all the |
Today, I'm also linking up with Kelly's Korner and sharing some Holiday Recipes. These aren't really "Christmasy", but I'll probably make them at 1 time or another over the next few weeks. Enjoy!
Onion Dip (original, I know)
(Yes, this is a little "oniony" but it's good. As in, it's addicting. Simple and yummy. It's a former co-worker's recipe and we used to beg her to make it on Food day. It was usually eaten at 8am and gone before 9am!)
2 blocks of Cream Cheese
1/2 cup of shredded Parmesean Cheese
1/2 cup Mayo
1 small onion, diced
Mix together and bake in an 8x8 dish @ 350 degress for 30 minutes.
Serve with Fritos
(Wash mouth out with Listerine)
Red Hot Jello:
(My Mother-in-law's recipe. I've been known to have seconds and thirds of this yummy treat. Again, it's addicting!)
1 large box of Cherry Jello
1 small box of Rasberry Jello
3 cups HOT water to dissolve Jello
3/4 cup of Red Hots
Mix above ingredients on the stove on low heat. After Red Hots dissolve, let cool.
Add 3 tsp. of Lemon Juice.
Stir in 1 24 oz. jar of Apple Sauce
Chill until firm
And, last but not least:
Aunt Dorothy's Brownies
(Aunt Dorothey was famous for these bad boys! If you make these right, they will melt in your mouth. Even for those that don't typically have a sweet tooth, you'll have one for these. I promise. They're unbelieveable. If you decide to try out this fantabulousness, just make sure you give my Aunt Dorothy credit. Wave to heaven and thank her!)
1 cup sugar
1 stick of margarine
Beat in 4 eggs.
Add and beat 1 16 oz. can of chocolate syrup. Then add 1 cup of flour.
Spread in 9x13 pan greased and floured. Bake @ 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes.
3 tbsp. Margarnine
3 tbsp. Milk
3/4 Cup Sugar
Bring to boil and boil for 1 minute. Stir in 1/2 bag of chocolate chips until melted. Spread on Brownies.
I never said they'd be healthy. But, they sure do make your taste buds happy!