When I saw Cherry Kay's
post on her beautiful blog,
I went bonkers over all the GREAT food she showed us!
(except for the boars head...yuck!)
If you haven't seen that post
be sure to follow the link above just
to enjoy seeing the GORGEOUS home it was held in!
I asked Cherry Kay for
her recipe for
"Creamy Baked Pheasant Spaghetti"
so I could make it for
She shared with me that it was her adaptation
of the Pioneer Woman's recipe
I made some changes of my own to that recipe,
to accommodate health issues
at The Gazebo House.
You can see & print my version HERE.
Just a few notes on how I did the desserts for the luncheon...
You'll want to use untreated, food-grade terra cotta pots. You can find these at specialty food, baking stores.
Here is one online source that will sell them individually,
without the various mixes that they also sell.
Avoid those from gardening or hardware stores because these may include unsafe elements or may have come in contact with toxic ingredients.
Run them through a cycle of your dishwasher, just to be sure they are clean.
I put a mini Nabisco vanilla wafer over the holes in the bottom, then filled them about 3/4 of the way with sugar-free chocolate pudding.
Place several Oreo® cookies in a zip lock bag & crush them with a rolling pin.
Sprinkle your crumbled cookies over the pudding.
Stick gummy worms down into the crumbs & pudding, so they look like they are crawling out of the earth.
Top off with a candy carrot &/or candy rocks.
Pop rocks would be a wild sensation, too!
Thanks for stopping by The Gazebo House today.
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as well as The Tablescaper for