Cooking is like love. It should be entered into with abandon or not all all.Julia Child
I got to thinking about Valentine’s Day this week and that has prompted me to share with you these three recipes that would be delicious and fun to make for Valentine’s Day or any day for that matter. Follow Julia’s advise and enjoy and enter into preparing these recipes with the abandon they deserve❤️
ICE CREAM FONDUE
Wouldn’t this be an amazing dessert for family and friends for Valentine’s Day? The recipe can be found at http://www.ice-cream-magazine,com
ELDERFLOWER AND PEAR MARTINI
What Valentine celebration would be complete without a good martini. I found this recipe and was intrigued by the ingredients. In Sarah’s own words it is, “This cocktail is really quick and easy to make and requires no bartending skills at all.” The recipe can be founds at https://peskyrecipes.com/about
Baileys Red Velvet Cupcake Mouse
My final selection this week combines the deliciousness of a cocktail along with the sweetness of a dessert. Here is Jennifer to describe this creation, “If you’re a fan of mousse desserts, run to your local liquor store and purchase a bottle of this pink magic immediately. Also, the recipe only uses ¾ cup of the Red Velvet Cupcake Baileys, so you’ll have lots left over to enjoy in liquid form as well.” This recipe can be found at https://cashmereandcocktails.com.
I hope you will try one of these recipes this weekend. If you have a recipe you would like to see featured in Weekend Cooking, just drop me a line in the comments section.
Amore, Bernadette Xxx
4 responses to “WEEKEND COOKING”
I love the icecream magazine recipes and that pear martini sounded great …good shares 🙂 x
Thank you for sharing my recipe! Enjoy everyone. I won’t be held responsible for any hangovers though! 😉
All three sound like winners! 🙂
Thanks Linda. It is a fun thing to do.