Friday, March 18, 2011

Yummy Goodness :-)

Sometimes you just have to quit taking photos....
 and dig in!!
 Another temptation from our Betty Crocker calendar 
has added some weight gain around here, I'm sure :-)
Last month it was *cupcakes*,
and this month it is ♥Grasshopper Fudge Cake♥.
Yes, those are Andes Mints on top :-)
My daughter made this one, and it's delicious!
You can find the recipe *here*.
Have a wonderful weekend!!
Blessings,
Marcia

39 comments:

  1. See what happens when we teach our girls to bake. It looks wonderfully yummy. You inspired me. I planted Cilantro seeds this week. We love it.

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  3. This cake looks heavenly! It's definitely photogenic, but I'm sure it tastes even better! :)

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  4. Yum! Sounds and looks delish! We can't even get Andes mints over here. I recently bought a bag of mixed mint candies at Marks & Spencers -- there were caramel mints inside. Oh yum! Were those good. And butter mint hard candies. I can't tell you how many I ate ... in a row. :) Sending sweet wishes your way. Tammy

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  5. Do you supply shovels, please?!!! LOL!
    D E L I C I O U S!!!
    BEst wishes
    Christine

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  6. Mmm good! Marcia this looks delicious! I love mint-chocolate flavored anything! LOL!

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  7. Don
    t you love it when they get old enough to cook! Looks like the perfect St. Patty's Day pie.

    Take good care,

    Karen

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  8. Our church has fellowship meals twice a month, and we are always looking for new recipes. This one looks very good!
    We'll have to try is soon!

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  9. It isn't even 9:00 am and I am wanting a piece of that cake. Oh my gosh I am going to have to make that.
    How yummy, thank you for the recipe.

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  10. YUMMY...a perfect treat..looks so delicious! ;D

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  11. That looks wonderful Marcia! Your daughter did a great job and your photos make me want cake so bad! :)

    Have a blessed weekend!
    Sharon

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  12. I do so love chocolate and mint together. This looks amazing. I read Mrs. Rabe's comment and I hope she does make this for one of our Fellowship Meals. Yummy.

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  13. •♫♫ Amiga, ♫º
    ♥º♫º Seu blog é lindo.
    Um fim de semana lindo.
    Luz, paz e alegrias.
    Beijinhos.
    Brasil°º♫
    °º
    •*• ♫° ·.

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  14. And where were you last week when I was looking for this recipe??? LOL I had it saved from an old magazine somewhere and do you think I could find it ANYWHERE? I even googled it and couldn't find this exact one. Thank you...now I promise you I am NOT waiting for St. Paddy's Day next year to make this! xxoo Diana

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  15. the name is just heavenly....and does it come with those gorgeous plates??

    just a thought!!

    melissa x

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  16. It looks so delicious! My husband would love this, mint and chocolate together are his favorite!

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  17. that looks yummy

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  18. Awww! Marcia,
    Thank you for letting me know you went into the shop.

    I have had a hard time latley keeping it stalked, My post is what it looked like the past two weeks and now it has emptied itself out. So I have been creating this week sick and all and today I am in bed coughing my head off with my daughter Hannah.

    Thank you girl for the shout out about seeing my shop!!

    xoxo
    Dore

    PS. Love the desert I wish I could have some right now yummy!!

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  19. I'm sorry Marcia...but where is the disclaimer that is for overdue pregnant women who want a slice of that

    shame on you....

    that looks too good.....maybe just thinking of it will send me into labor! (I'll certainly be dreaming of having a slice!!!)

    your comment was so sweet today -
    you are always SO nice coming to the farm - i love it -

    xo+blessings,
    Anne Marie

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  20. Oh my goodness...this looks amazing...off to see more about it. Hugs my friend. xxoo

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  21. This looks fabulous! And I love Andes Mints. Thank you for sharing the recipe. Happy Spring to you!! :)

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  22. Oh yum! Mint desserts are my favourites
    Cheers,
    Lisa x

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  23. I am bookmarking that recipe right now! My kids would love this. Thanks!

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  24. Sure looks delish, gal!! Love the photos!!
    Have a lovely week, Marcia!
    HUGS,
    Becky

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  25. Oh how I would love to make and eat that. I was a bad girl and eat the whole jar of Marshmellow fluff in two days. uggh good thing Spring is here and maybe I'll burn it off.

    xx
    Carole

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  26. Oh I love these, they are yummy goodness!!! I hope you had a fabulous weekend!!

    Hugs and blessings to you!

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  27. Oh I want at least one big slice right now, Marcia. It looks heavnely!!

    Have a wonderful start into SPring xxxxx

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  28. Looks delicious but NOT very good for the diet! I do love minty desserts though. Mimi

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  29. Just found your blog! That dessert looks beautiful, but the thing that caught my eye was the dishes! Are those hydrangeas on the plates? I think they are lovely - probably fewer calories too, eh?
    I look forward to looking around your blog!
    God Bless you and your family!

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  30. Yes, I would probably have focused on the eating in this case, looks yummy!!

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  31. Mmmm, doesn't that look good! I have had a terrible sweet tooth lately!

    ~Tricia

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  32. Marcia, not only are you blessed to have a daughter who loves to bake, but your photos are gorgeous! The cake looks wonderful!! LOVE Andes Mints!

    xo
    Becky

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  33. I love how fresh it looks! My kids love mint flavored things.
    I'm so jealous of all your readers! I had only four hits yesterday LOL.

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  34. I am sooooo making this for Mackenzie - thank you!!!

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Thanks so much for stopping by :)
Blessings,
Marcia