Yep. It was pretty darn good. But I NEED to stop baking! Ack!
Oddly enough the recipe includes directions for a fluffy chocolate frosting but doesn't mention how much of the ingredients you need. So, I just used a chocolate frosting recipe from one of my cookbooks.
#2: We had our Cub Scout Pack Meeting last week and had an international theme. The assistant Cubmaster found this fun craft for the kids to do, African Drums from styrofoam cups...
The kids loved making them.
#3: Erin, the assistant Cubmaster (yep. Both the Cubmaster and the assistant are named Erin...kind of funny)also made a really yummy Italian Lemon Ice. It was deliciously tart. I think we've found a new family favorite.
#4: In honor of Cinco de Mayo, we had mexican food for dinner last night and even added a colorful centerpiece to our table. I found the instructions for these fun tissue paper flowers Here. The kids had a great time trying out different color combinations. And even my 3 yo could make these.
Luckily I had some bright vases to put them in.
#5: Also...we made our own pinata! It was so much fun. I used THESE directions.
When it was all nice and dry, we painted glue on it and then stuck tissue paper scraps left over from the flowers.
We love how it turned out!