Thursday, December 10, 2009

Progressive Dinner Party!



One of the great things about the holidays is the way that we take the time out from busy lives and schedules to celebrate and appreciate our family and friends. Dinner parties are a time honored way of sharing good food with friends and this week from December 7 through December 11th we are going to do just that!


I am delighted to take part in today's delectable delight - dessert!!

Now that you've enjoyed Amused by Books's Frozen Cranberry Dessert -
 
Butterscotch Bon-Bons

Melt together in saucepan over low heat-

6oz butterscotch chips
1/2 cup butter/margarine

Remove from heat and mix in bowl with-

2 cups Rice Krispies
1 & 1/3 cups mini marshmellows

Spoon onto greased cookie sheets, chill, and eat!

Christmas is the only time of year I make these, as it's difficult not to eat a dozen in one setting!

 
Please visit others contributing to today's course of dessert:  

Patti's Pen and Picks
Medieval Bookworm
Beth Fish Reads
Reading Adventures
Debbie's World of Books
Devourer of Books
The 3 R's Blog//Reading, 'Riting, and Randomness
A Well Watered Garden
It's All About Books
Winter Write
Amused by Books

For the full meal, visit Book Blog Social Club

Thanks to Nicole at Linus's Blanket for setting up this wonderful holiday feast!

Enjoy!

And tune in tomorrow for my weekly book news roundup, And Now For Something Completely Different!
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13 comments:

Jai Joshi said...

Holy crap, girl, are you trying to give me a heart attack? I'll be fantasizing about those bon-bons all day now and you've no idea how much sugar I've eaten already today - I was at a wedding and you wouldn't believe the selection of sweets they were serving.

Jai

Jane Kennedy Sutton said...

Sounds delicious. I shouldn't have read this on an empty stomach!

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Jai, I've some in my fridge right now - I could go take a picture and add that to the post so you'll have a visual!

Actually, think I'll go eat one right now.

Helen Ginger said...

Are you kidding me? I can't make those. I would eat them before they cooled. Oh my word. Aak! What have I done? My fingers copied the recipe and printed it out! Oh my gosh! They added the ingredients to my shopping list! Nooooooo.

Helen
Straight From Hel

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Helen, I see Bon-Bons in your future!
What's really scary is how easy they are to make. And eat. All of them!

Karen Walker said...

Helen, you crack me up. Diane--bad, bad bad, when I'm trying to maintain weight during the holidays. What fun!
Karen

The Old Silly said...

Oh Goody and Yummy! What a cool idea for a series of holiday posts!

Marvin D Wilson

Creative Chronicler said...

Sounds yummy!! Thanks for the links to the other blogs too.

Elizabeth Spann Craig said...

Recipes everywhere! I keep getting hungry...and my kitchen is just a couple of yards away!

Elizabeth Mystery Writing is Murder

Amused said...

Yuuuummmmy! Thanks for sharing this!

WinterWrite said...

These sound so good. I think I'm going to make a batch and put some in the treat baskets I'm making for Christmas gifts. Yum!

Suey said...

I'm going to make these right now... they'll be perfect for a work party tomorrow! Thanks! :)

Beth F said...

Oh wow. These look sooo good.