I finished my white 2-round grannies yesterday and made two blocks last night. The next two blocks will have the rust color in it and go on the opposite corners. I'm weaving in ends as I get each 4-square block done. This is a fun one!
Sea Foam Salad
I took this to my homemaker's club meeting yesterday and it was a big hit. Everybody wanted the recipe, especially after they heard it only has four ingredients. I saw this recipe on Pinterest. The recipe came from HERE.
Sea Foam Salad
1-3.5oz box lime geletin (Jello)
8-oz cream cheese, softened
21-oz can crushed pineapple (will use juice)
8-oz container of Cool Whip
Place softened cream cheese in a large bowl and set aside. Drain pineapple well and set aside. Place juice and Jello in a small saucepan. Stirring constantly, bring to a boil. Pour hot juice mixture over the cream cheese and mash and combine with a fork until cream cheese is mostly dissolved. (I still had little specs of cream cheese in mine, but that's fine.) Place in refrigerator for 45 minutes until it's thickened and started to gel. Add pineapple and Cool Whip and mix well. Return to refrigerator to set up completely.
I'm sure you could use different flavors of Jello if you wanted. In fact, Ken asked me to make some for us today, so I'm making some using Lemon Jello since that's all I have.
There was a pretty rainbow yesterday.
Wish I could have gotten a better photo.
I just finished my work for today so I'm about to go make more squares. I'm excited to see what it looks like with the other colors. More updates to come.
Ken is planning his first poker party for this coming Sunday. He's getting everything set up in his shop. He got a heater for out there and DirecTV came out last Sunday to hook up his TV in the shop so they can watch the football game. He's going to make chili and I'm going to make some kind of dessert. I'm going to be hiding in the house with the dogs. This is a boys-only game, but we're going to have some couples parties later too.
Short little post, but I'll be back soon!