Quick and Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Mini Parfaits

Quick and Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Mini Parfaits

What’s better than chocolate?  Or peanut butter?  Quick and Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Mini Parfaits.  This version of a favorite combination of classic flavors is creamy good and so easy to make.

This recipe calls for the cook and serve chocolate JELL-O pudding for this recipe, but to make it even easier, you could use the instant.  The cooked pudding has a smoother, richer flavor if you ask me.  You could also substitute half a tub of Cool Whip for the whipped cream.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Mini Parfaits

  • 1 small box (4- serving size) JELL-O cook & serve pudding
  • 2 cups milk
  • 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream
  • 4 -1/2 tsp. powdered sugar
  • 2-1/4 tsp. meringue powder
  • 4 ounces cream cheese
  • 1/4 cup peanut butter
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 1-1/2 Tblsp. milk
  • 3/4 tsp vanilla

 

Quick and Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Mini Parfaits on MyHumbleHomeandGarden.com First, prepare the chocolate pudding as directed on the box.  Allow the cooked pudding to cool slightly for a couple of minutes but be sure to stir it frequently to keep it from forming a skin on the top.

Place a Ziploc freezer bag in a large glass and pour the pudding into the bag.  Zip the bag shut.  Allow the excess air to escape before closing.   Leave the filled bag in the glass to continue to cool while you prepare the peanut butter layer.

 

Quick and Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Mini Parfaits on MyHumbleHomeandGarden.comChill a glass mixing bowl and beaters in the freezer for 15 – 20 minutes.   Remove from the freezer and pour 1/2 cup of heavy whipping cream into the chilled bowl.  Add the powdered sugar and beat until thickened.

Mix in 2-1/4 teaspoons meringue powderWhip until stiff peaks form.  Set this aside.Quick and Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Mini Parfaits on MyHumbleHomeandGarden.com

 

 

 

 

 

In a separate bowl, beat the cream cheese and peanut butter until smooth.  Add the powdered sugar, the milk, and the vanilla.  Mix together until well blended and creamy.

 

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Gently fold in the whipped cream.

 

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Spoon the peanut butter filling into a large pastry bag fitted with a large round tip.  Set inside a large glass while you work with the chocolate pudding bag.

Cut off one tip of the Ziploc bag and pipe some of the chocolate pudding into the mini goblets or your desired mini dessert glasses.  Wait a few minutes for the pudding to cool before adding the creamy filling.

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Next, pipe the creamy peanut butter filling over the top of the cooled chocolate pudding, reserving some for topping the next chocolate layer.

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Add another layer of the chocolate pudding and top with a little of the creamy peanut butter filling.  Unwrap a mini Reese cup and place on top of the dessert.  Refrigerate until ready to serve.

 

This recipe makes 6 of the mini desserts.  You can easily double the recipe if you are making 12 of the mini desserts.Quick and Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Mini Parfaits on MyHumbleHomeandGarden.com


You know I love mini desserts!  Click here for more► Mini Desserts.  This is just another adorable tasty mini treat for you to try!  Chocolate Peanut Butter creamy goodness!  Enjoy!Quick and Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter Mini Parfaits on MyHumbleHomeandGarden.com

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How To Make Wonderful Christmas Memories To Cherish

How To Make Wonderful Christmas Memories To Cherish

How to make wonderful Christmas memories to cherish?  Start family traditions that everyone can look forward to, where everyone can participate.  We have a game room, ‘Man Cave’, in the basement and the kids have enjoyed the games down there for years but participation in each of those is limited and so are the ‘group’ memories.  However, by adding the Christmas Game and the Dessert Contest, we have all-inclusive activities.

The ‘Annual 2017 Christmas Eve Party ‘ is over now.  It doesn’t matter how well I plan in advance, there always seems to be some complication that comes up during the final week of preparation.  This usually results in a mad dash just before the party.  It usually involves one of my children.  This party was no exception.  Not everything was as perfect as I planned, (It seldom is, is it?), some things had to be abandoned.  The party went pretty well in spite of it, and hopefully, everyone has some Christmas memories to cherish.

Decorating the entry, the kitchen, and the family room is one of my priorities.  The objective is for family and friends to say, “Wow!”  Hopefully, they leave lasting Christmas memories of our get together.

Beautiful Decorations

Each year, the strings of lights are meticulously removed from the family room tree, coiled in a neat fashion,  tied with a ribbon, and placed between layers of tissue paper in a large plastic bin.  They are all working when they are removed from the tree and placed gently in the bin.  Why is it when they come out of that bin the next December, invariably, some of the lights don’t work?How To Make Wonderful Christmas Memories To Cherish on MyHumbleHomeandGarden.com

There are always a few strands that have to be replaced, which makes a trip to the store for replacements necessary.  This year, I had to buy several strands. Well, I didn’t have to, I chose to replace them!  The tree in the family room has about 22 sets of lights on it.  Can’t give you an exact count of lights.  Some of the strands are 100, 150, and 300 light sets.  Almost every branch of the tree is wrapped with lights.  (A couple of branches are almost always missed accidentally, but who would notice?)  Click here ► for complete instructions on how this is done.

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The tree on the catwalk is less spectacular but pretty as well.  It is a three-section tree with the lights already in place.  It’s easy to put up and easy to take down.  This year, after it was completely decorated, the lights on one of the sections quit working!  I checked a few bulbs, then, gave up and bought another set of lights and gingerly wove them through the tree and decorations.  Problem solved. 

The mantel is another focal point and this year, it highlighted the Papier-Mâché  Snowman and the Papier- Mâché Lady Snowman, which were made a few weeks ago.  I love these snowpeople!  (Frosty, the first of the snowmen, was placed on a table in the foyer.)How To Make Wonderful Christmas Memories To Cherish on MyHumbleHomeandGarden.com

A string of white lights on a white cord was laid across the mantel behind the snowpeople next to the wall.  The large jingle bell and the letters J and Y were found at Hobby Lobby.  The inspiration for this ‘JOY’ was found on Pinterest but I LOVE this combination even more.  The Christmas ornament garland made a few weeks ago looks perfect, tying it all together.  This is my favorite mantel display of all time.  How will I top this next year?

The Christmas Game

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For weeks, I have been buying little gifts for the Christmas Game.  This Santa hat was found at Kohl’s in the clearance area earlier this year.  Sophia and I were shopping there and found the hat.  It had been $30.  She was so deviously excited and said we definitely had to buy this for the game, and so, we did.  We bought it for $3.00.  How To Make Wonderful Christmas Memories To Cherish on MyHumbleHomeandGarden.com

This was the card attached to the gift box.  Jon-Michael knew he was in for a treat as soon as he saw it!  Pulling the tissue paper aside, he was not to be disappointed.

 

 

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These Paula Deen shakers were found at Michael’s last year.  The nostalgic recipe cards were picked up there, too.  Does anyone still use a recipe file?  I do!  Tiffany chose this gift.  Sophie piped up, “You can put powdered sugar in those, Mom!”

This was the card accompanying the shakers.

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The gift box for S’mores was found at Walmart.  The little snowman cups were so cute, I couldn’t resist.  Either of the tags in the picture would have been okay to use for it.  In my hurry, I chose the S’mores tag from last year.

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Sophie was my accomplice in making sure that Memphis, who is a little young for this game, got the number 1 and chose the first gift for her.  (The numbers were designed on PicMonkey and printed.  We had 21 people all together and 21 numbers cut out for guests to draw.)  It was a little stuffed lion and her tag read, We’re not ‘Lion’!  We wish you a very Merry Christmas!

Yes, everyone knew that it was a setup but agreed it was appropriate.  Memphis loved the lion.

 

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Perhaps, you have seen the socks rolled and fashioned into what appears to be a cupcake.  I love this idea!  Aren’t they cute?  A cute little pom pom sits on top of the sock to resemble a cherry.  These were the thick socks and the muffin cups used were Wilton King-Size baking cups.  Two ‘cupcakes’ were placed in a box, along with an emery board and a sleep mask, in red, of course.

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We had to have a Christmas movie, too, ya know.  This year, National Lampoon’s  ‘Christmas Vacation’ was the selected classic and a few bags of popcorn were added along with a tag to make the gift complete.  The tag reads, Merry Christmas to All and to All A Movie Night!

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This pack of body butter was found at Joann Fabric and Craft store for half the regular price.  The tag reads, You ‘butter’ watch out!  You better not pout! Santa Claus is coming to town!

 

I can’t lie, it’s almost as fun to make up these cheesy cards as it is to listen to everyone read them and then open their gifts! 

(I also made up a couple of extra gifts just in case we had last minute guests.)

A Sampling of This Year’s Cheesy Cards

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  1. Have a De ‘Light’ ful Christmas!  Flashlight.
  2. We’re not ‘Lion’.  We wish you a Merry Christmas!  Stuffed Lion.
  3. For Christmas, we bought you $25.00 worth of lottery tickets!  We went ahead and scratched them off for you and you’re a WINNER!  (On the outside of the present.)
  4. (Inside the package.)  Congratulations!  You Won 5 Dollars!  Here’s your money!  Merry Christmas!  $5.00 bill.
  5. Wishing you Joy beyond measure!  Merry Christmas!  (We R Memory Keepers Small cutting mat  and 6″ ruler.)How To Make Wonderful Christmas Memories To Cherish on MyHumbleHomeandGarden.com
    1.  Christmas is a time of cheer with warmest wishes for a bright New Year!  (S’mores gift box or hot chocolate mix and cups.  A warm throw would also be a nice gift.)
    2.   Merry Christmas to All and to all a movie night!  (Movie and popcorn.)
    3.   We ‘Wash’ You a Merry Christmas!  (Bar of soap or Liquid Hand Soap.)
    4.   Hoping your Christmas is Happy Beyond Measure.  (Measuring cups and spoons.)
    5.   Hope you have a ‘Scentsational’ holiday season!  (Yankee Candle – Sparkling Pink)
    6.   A calorie-free gift for someone sweet, not to eat, but to wear on your feet!  Merry Christmas.  (Socks rolled up to look like cupcakes.)
    7.   Here’s a sprinkling of good cheer to last throughout the year!  Merry Christmas!  (Kitchen Shakers and recipe cards.)
    8.  Get your ‘It’s just what I wanted’ face ready!  (Last year’s gift was a singing Hillbilly reindeer, and this year, it was the Baddest Santa hat.)

As we played the game this year, Christmas memories from last year kept coming up and we all had to laugh.  

Maybe these ideas will inspire you to start your own ‘Christmas traditions’ with your family if you don’t really have any, or maybe to add one or two of these ideas to your already existing traditions.  

How To Make Wonderful Christmas Memories To Cherish part 2 will follow.  Be sure to come back for the next post and the results of the holiday dessert contest!  Sign up for our newsletter below and you won’t miss it!

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Paella – Secrets Most Chefs Don’t Want You To Know!

Paella – Secrets Most Chefs Don’t Want You To Know!

Paella – Secrets Most Chefs Don’t Want You To Know!

February 9, 2017

   After doing a little research on Paella, Secrets Most Chefs Don’t Want You To Know was discovered.  I didn’t go to culinary school but I love to cook and bake.  All of the cooking shows whet my appetite for cooking, but so many times they leave out key techniques or special ingredients, don’t they?

 

     Oh, yes, I am old school.  As I watched those shows, I kept thinking, “How can they do that without a recipe?  Where’s the recipe?  They have to have a recipe.”

   Then, I discovered  Chef Todd Mohr.  There are actually “methods” that chefs use!  They don’t need no stinkin’ recipes!

    Why were we, the humble homemakers, not taught this?  If you know a method, you can create your own recipes!   I’m thinking this as my eyes go to the vast array of cookbooks collected over the years!

    The method to make Paella is pretty simple but the key ingredient for this dish is rice.  If you use your regular long-grained rice, your dish will be a failure. Soggy rice.  Who knew?   Apparently, the Spanish and the trained chefs knew!

   If you have made ‘risotto’, you should know that you need ‘Arborio rice’ because that rice absorbs liquid more slowly and releases its starches in the process.  That is what makes risotto a velvety spoonful of goodness with an al dente, perfect bite, if cooked properly.

   The same kind of rice is needed for Paella, a rice that absorbs liquid more slowly. Bomba rice, which I haven’t seen at the local grocery, is commonly used for this dish but Arborio, a short-grained high-starch Italian rice, will also do.

 

   In order to achieve the yellow color of this Spanish dish, you will also need ‘saffron’, a yellow-orange flavoring from Crocus sativus.  It can be found in the spice aisle.  At the local grocery, a .03 ounce jar was priced at almost fourteen bucks and a jar with .06 ounces, twice the amount, was almost twenty dollars!  It’s not a cheap spice.  Actually, it is the most expensive spice in the world but only a very small amount is needed.  Two to three strands per person should be sufficient.  A dish for 6 people might use 12 to 18 strands.

 

 

Paella – The Basic Method

 Heat your large flat skillet until a drop of water dances and evaporates quickly.

 Add olive oil to the skillet and heat until you can see striations or streaks of oil forming.  Then, the pan should be the right temperature.  (If you’ve been cooking for awhile, you’ve seen this before.)

 Saute your meats like chicken, chorizo, or beef.   If you’ve never cooked with chorizo before, it kind of turns into more of a sauce than a sausage.  You can see it in the pan here.  It just lends a wonderful flavor to the dish.  

 The chorizo came in a pork or beef option.  I chose the pork for this dish.

 

Add Bomba or Arborio rice and coat with the olive oil in the pan.  (Coating the rice in oil helps slow the absorption of liquid, too.)

 Add chopped aromatic vegetables like onion, tomatoes, garlic, and peppers.

At this point, I also added a *tablespoon of Spanish Paprika and stirred it in well.

*(I used 1-1/2 cups of rice for this dish. You might adjust the paprika if you use less rice.)

Deglaze the pan with chicken stock or stock of your choosing, which has been simmering in another pan with the saffron.   Use twice as much stock as rice.  (In total, I actually used more stock than that for this dish.)  Add the stock a cup or so at a time, stir, allow to absorb into the rice, and then add more.

  When the rice is almost done, add the meat, which was browned earlier.  Don’t forget to add any juices left in the pan or platter along with the meat.  Add lobster, shrimp, clams or muscles, which are a little more delicate and don’t need to cook as long.  (I cut the lobster tails in half lengthwise.)

Cover with a lid.  Simmer on low until the rice has absorbed all of the liquid and the meat is done.

    Half-way through this dish, I was a little nervous!  Aidan and I tasted the broth and rice and it seemed a little spicy.   When the seafood on top was done, I took it off the heat, covered it and let it rest for a few minutes before serving. 

   Let me tell you, this was one of the best tasting dishes I have ever had!  The lobster was perfect.  The shrimp was perfect and the chicken was tender and delicious!  The rice was delicious and not too spicy at all!  

    The kids all agreed that we should have this again, soon.  Paella – Secrets Some Chefs Don’t Want You To Know – revealed here!   Now you are armed with the knowledge to make your own version of Paella!

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Need A Fun Holiday Tradition? You’ll Love This Game!

Need A Fun Holiday Tradition? You’ll Love This Game!

Need A Fun Holiday Tradition? You’ll Love This Game!

December 26, 2016

    Need A Fun Holiday Tradition? You’ll Love This Game!  Last year, I found a post for ‘The Christmas Game’ on Pinterest.   My family enjoyed it so much and the grandkids have been asking if we were playing it again this year.

    “The Christmas Game”, which I came across inspired our version of this game. A few changes were made to the original.    You can read last year’s post and copy some of the tags made for last year here ►Christmas Game.

    The gifts for this game are displayed on the coffee table in the family room, keeping them separate from the other Christmas gifts.

    The idea is to collect inexpensive presents for everyone who will be at the Christmas party and wrap them.  Most of the gifts I purchased were $10.00 or under.  Cash or gift cards can be hidden in some of the gifts.  One of the gifts will have a more significant amount of cash to make it interesting.   I am only wrapping one gift for each person again this year.

 

   We are having eighteen people here so eighteen numbers were printed on a piece of paper, cut out, folded, and ready to be drawn from a wooden sleigh.  Number one goes first and chooses a gift and opens it.  Number two goes next.  That person can pick another gift from the pile or steal an opened one from someone else.  The person with the stolen gift can either choose another gift from the pile or steal from someone else.  

    The game resumes and the next number is in play.  Although the blogger who inspired this new tradition gave three steals before being dead, we decided a  gift can only be stolen two times before it is dead and can’t be stolen again.  (Most of us have probably played a similar game with co-workers, but everyone brought a gift.)

    I thought this was a great idea, but I took it a little farther and chose some cheesy sayings, which were also inspired by some pins on Pinterest, to accompany the gifts.  I am sure some of the puns will get some laughs and perhaps some will receive winces but it will be so much fun.

    Deciding to make the ‘rein-beer’ gift, which we have all seen on Pinterest, I went in pursuit of some root beer.   The store where I was shopping only had A&W in plastic bottles, some larger and these I chose, which are 12-ounces.  

   My plan was to place them in a metal bucket.  I had been watching for a bucket on all of my recent shopping expeditions but couldn’t seem to find one.  Having seen them there before and making a mental note that they were very affordable, I knew that Lowe’s had a variety of sizes of metal buckets.

     Unfortunately, lots of people must have had a similar idea.  There seemed to have been a run on buckets!  This little bucket for three dollars was the last of this size.  One size up was completely gone.

     With Tacky Glue, sparkly red pom poms, googly eyes, brown pipe cleaners, the bucket, and some red and green basket filler, the ‘rein-beer’ were created. 

   Last year, some gift cards and some cash were hidden in some of the gifts.  Alex seemed very happy with her mints and then she found the ’20’ dollar bill hidden in the cardboard sleeve!  

    This year, I chose to forgo the gift cards and simply use cash.  Dave stopped by the bank and picked up a hundred dollar pack of singles for me to tuck into some of the gifts.

     As I was putting this bucket together, the notion of dollar bills being referred to as ‘bucks’ came to mind.  The idea for a  ‘bucket of bucks’ was born.  So, I decided to roll a few up and tuck them around the bottles.  The ‘Bucket of Bucks!’ label was designed on Pic Monkey, printed out on card stock and attached to the bucket with clear packing tape on both edges.

    The original gift tag I had planned was placed in the middle of the root beers on top of some of the rolled dollar bills.  The finished bucket was placed on a few sheets of tissue paper, which were offset and pulled up around the entire bucket, and then placed inside a holiday bag.  Isn’t this cute?  I have to say, this was my favorite gifts this year!

    So, this year I found this gift box with Hershey cups and the ingredients for S’mores!  The sentiment for this tag was changed a little to be appropriate for Christmas.  That is the great thing about this game.  You can change the wording a little to fit the gifts you find and make it your own.

    Although there are many different ways you could package ‘candy kisses’, I liked this package, which also has a cup with a lid.  How cute is that?

    Everyone seems to like these soft throws.  This one looked so rich and soft and the neutral color would go with any decor.  The price was so affordable, it seemed a perfect pick.

   The small stuffed toy in this cup is a reindeer!  How cute is this?  And there is chocolate in it, too.  Notice the clever, or not so clever, play on words here!  Yep, I made that one up on my own!  Wince…  It did seem appropriate.

 

  This gift had a bar of great smelling holiday berry soap, a loofah, and a sleeping mask.

   The tags for this year can be copied for your personal use here ► 2016 Tags.

   Hope these give you inspiration for some great gift ideas!  Seriously, do you think you Need A Fun Holiday Tradition?  You’ll Love This Game!

 

 

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Easy To Make Brunch For Your Family And Friends

Easy To Make Brunch For Your Family And Friends

August 18, 2016

Easy Brunch

    Here is an incredibly Easy To Make Brunch For Your Family And Friends.  The rolls and the fruit salad can be prepared in no time.  You might want to prechill the canned fruit in the fridge overnight or make it ahead if you want your salad cold.  (If you make it ahead, wait until just before serving to add the cut bananas.)  

   The breakfast casserole is prepared the night before and baked the morning of your brunch.

 Brunch Menu

 Cinnamon-Caramel Pecan Rolls

Fruit Salad

Breakfast Casserole

Coffee, Tea,  and Champagne 

   Homemade Cinnamon-Pecan rolls are delicious, but today I’ll share a secret! Shhh!  Everyone thinks these are homemade, but they are actually made from the canned refrigerated Cinnamon rolls.  A few extra ingredients and these rolls are elevated to a new level.  No one would know you whipped them up in no time!

 

                               

                  Cinnamon-Caramel Pecan Rolls                    Preheat oven – 375°

4 Tblsp. butter, melted

1/2 cup brown sugar

2/3 cup coarsely chopped pecans

1 – 8 pack roll of Refrigerated Cinnamon Rolls

   Use non-stick spray to coat a 9-inch metal cake pan on the bottom and sides.  Pour the melted butter into the pan.

    Evenly, distribute the brown sugar and pecans around the pan on top of the butter.

     Evenly place the unbaked cinnamon rolls on top of the brown sugar-pecan mixture.*

    Bake 25 minutes on the lower rack of your oven.

    Remove from the oven, place your serving platter on top of the pan, and invert.  The rolls will be covered in caramelized goodness.

 * Toss the container of icing or use for another purpose.


    The recipe for this fruit salad came by way of my mother.  She brought it home from work so many years ago, I can’t remember when!   If you like fruit cocktail, you will love this recipe!  It could not be much easier!  If you can open cans and cut bananas, you can make this, it takes less than 5-minutes, and it looks so pretty!

 

 Fruit Salad

1 can Pineapple chunks with juice

1 can Mandarin Oranges, drained

15 Maraschino Cherries

1 large sliced Banana

Pour the pineapple chunks with juice into a medium bowl.  Drain the can of Mandarin oranges and add to the pineapple in the bowl. 

With a slotted spoon, remove 15 or as many cherries from the jar as you like and then add to the fruit in the bowl.

 Slice one large banana, (or two small ones), add to the fruit in the bowl and stir gently.  Serve in a beautiful clear bowl or individual serving bowls.

 

Breakfast Casserole

* In a 9″ x 13″ casserole dish, layer:

6 slices of buttered bread – cubed

1 pound sausage – browned (I chose sage flavored)

2 cups cheddar cheese – shredded

 

Mix together:

2 cups milk

1/2 tsp. dried mustard

1/2 tsp. salt

1/8 tsp. pepper

5 eggs – beaten

Pour over the bread cubes, sausage, and shredded cheese.

Refrigerate overnight.

Bake at 350° for 30 – 35 minutes.

*  It’s easy to half this recipe and use an 8″ x 8″ square casserole dish.   Bake for the same amount of time.

   Serve with coffee and tea.  If you want to make it even more special, serve some champagne when you try this Easy To Make Brunch For Your Family And Friends!

 

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