I recently went and spent a night at my daughters house. We played the most fun game. I think every house should own. It is a great game that gets people interacting, and all ages can play together and have fun!
It is the hedbanz game. Simple game like charades. You have a word on your headband and although you don't know what your word is, everyone else does. Someone gets to act it out and you get to guess. Fun, huh? Then my daughter made this best ever dessert! It can be made gluten free or not. She made it both ways.
Gluten Free Chocolate Lasagna Ingredients: -
2 packages of GF Oreos 36 total - 6 TB melted butter -8 oz. cream cheese room temperature -12 oz cool whip divided -1/4 cup granulated sugar -2 chocolate puddings (1.4 oz) I -
3 1/4 cups milk -1- 1 1/2 cups mini chips
To make: you need a 9x13 inch rectangle pan,spray it with cooking spray. 1-Crush the cookies in either a gallon bag with a rolling pin or my personal preference, a food processor. (it takes 2 seconds) Next, add the butter and mix it together and press into a 9x13 pan, then set it in the fridge to rest. 2-you need your cream cheese, 2 TB milk and sugar, mix them together until light and fluffy, then mix in 1 1/4 cups cool whip until it is all incorporated, then spread over the crust. 3-Mix your pudding with a whisk and 3 1/4 cups cold milk, let it set up for 10min to firm up before you spread it over the cream cheese filling. I let it chill in the fridge for a few minutes before I go onto the next step. 5- Lastly, spread the rest of the cool whip on the top of the dessert and sprinkle with the mini chocolate chips, then put in the fridge and for at least 4 hours, I would put it in the freezer for a solid hour, it makes it so much easier to cut and serve(this way it won't all slide off the spatula,and still look PRETTY!!)
You will love this!!! (and get the game) Cheers to Happy!!!
This is a picture of 'us' the gang, while we were on a trip to San Francisco. There is myself, Debbie,and guest bloggers: Trina, Mary and Susan. Each has their own talents...Trina is a professional quilter...Mary a published photographer....Susan an Award winning wine specialist....and well me, I guess I could say I am a Food Specialist and wannabe Food Stylist.