Friday, May 28, 2010

End of school snack


School is out! Summer break!
I thought i would make sconces for the first time...To celebrate this morning!


I had this in my food storage..It is Utah own...Honeyville farm...Scone mix..


I use my bread machine almost every day....I use it to make dough...Rolled the dough...
I used ginger bread man cutter to make shapes


Fried it...



Powdered sugar...


Pink lemonade...


Grapes... It is so good!!! It taste a little bit like our "beignet" in France.
Will post the tutorial of my log cake from the Fairy Party tomorrow...Don't miss it!




48 comments:

stash mama said...

Thanks for the follow nooow following back! great blog!

Misfit Momma aka Missy said...

I just followed you back, thanks for stopping by...that Looks like a delicious snack!

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faitcam said...

That snack looks yummy, I am now following you I am a new blogger
at http://www.thriftyhomemakermommy.blogspot.com!

Snappy Di said...

The gingerbread shape makes them all the more fun.

DI

Paula@One Mom's Corner of the World said...

My daughter would love these! I'm visiting from New Friend Friday. I signed up to be your follower.

Jo and Shelley said...

LOVE your blog...following back from Fun follow Friday, and supper happy we found you!

Deb K said...

Good Afternoon! Looks like a great snack!

I am following you from Friendly Friday Follow :-)

You can find me here~

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JDaniel4's Mom said...

I am following you back! I love the snack.

KBraden said...

I am following you back! Thanks for the follow and that snack looks yummy!

Betsy (zen-mama.com) said...

I'm a total francofile so I love finding you blog! Great snack for the kids, esp. making it like a little man!

Happy Friendly Friday!

Deana said...

This look so yummy! I will have to try them:)


Thanks for the follow I'm following you back:)
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couture unraveled said...

Thank You for following my blog!! I followed you back!! Your scones look DELISH!!!(it's lunchtime here) Now i'm hungry!!hehe!!

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Christy said...

Those look wonderful! I love beignets ... except I have only had them from New Orleans. Hopefully one day I can have them in France :-)

New Follower from NFF :-)

Beth said...

Love your blog- it's making me hungry! :) Thanks for following me- just following you back.

Have a great weekend!

Staycee said...

That Ginger bread man looks delicious. Love fried bread dough..

Thank you for following my blog I am following you as well . Have a great holiday weekend:)

cfoxes33 said...

Yummy! Stop over to See Foxes tomorrow, I have given you an award!

Natalie said...

Following from friendly follow. I love your blog (and all things french!). :)

http://www.natalielovesjim.blogspot.com

Jenny said...

Happy Summertime fun to you and yours. I so enjoy scones and yours look yummy and so fun. I also like the post before about your gala gown. The purse and shoes look great and can't wait to see the whole ensemble. Have fun.

sharon said...

I never cooked scone dough like that, what a great idea. I bet your daughter loved it afer school. Vive les vacances!
Sharon

The Queen said...

Thanks for following me...I'm now following back. Love your blog!

JoanneR said...

Thank you for following me and I am now following you! Your scones sound and look delicious.

http://www.justmejoanne.blogspot.com

Stephanie said...

bonjour mon cheri!
such a great blog!
thanks for checking out the
dirty mommy club.
cheers,
dirty mommy

Meghan said...

My last day of school was yesterday - as a teacher - but still, feel free to come to Chicago and make those amazing snacks:) Hope you are well, lady!

MommyKat said...

This looks scrumptious! Thanks for following Mommy Kat and Kids; I'm following too now!

Kathryn

It's me said...

Yammie yammie.........so bad you live so far away!

Happy weeekend ......enjoy ! Ria

Pinching Abe said...

I came by via Friendly Friday and am now your newest Google Friend. Hope you can stop by to visit me soon :)

Your Gingerbread man snack looked yummy!

Vintage Remixed said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog this afternoon and for the follow. I've added myself your blog too. Have a lovely evening

Crystal

Kelly said...

Lucky babies! Looks like a fun and yummy snack!

Teaching Tiny Tots said...

Hi! Cute idea using gingerbread cutters.
Just joined your GFC. Hope you visit and would like to join ours at Teaching Tiny Tots!

http://www.teaching-tiny-tots.com

Super Coupon Lady said...

Thanks for the follow! I am following you back :) Can't wait to see more recipes and try some ~ yum!!!

thriftymomma said...

Your husband invented the amber alert GPS. I could so use one of those for my daughter who wanders. Wow! Love your cute snack. Are your kids out already?

Paula http://www.thriftymommastips.blogspot.com/ thanks for the follow.

Pam said...

Thanks for follwing. I am follow you too.

Lindsay @ Just My Blog said...

Thanks for visiting from Fun Follow Friday! I'm following you back! If you missed it, La Portraitiste has a giveaway on my blog this week you should check out. She has tons of French art.
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Lloyd said...

I think I just gained 5 pounds just looking at all the pictures.

I really enjoyed reading the posts on your blog. I would like to invite you to come over to my blog and check it out. God bless, Lloyd

Jennifer said...

Hi..following back from Fun Friday. What a great snavk, never thought of making scones. Excited to read more :)

FrugalMom said...

Hi There,
Thank you for stopping by my blog. I am here to check out yours, and I am now your newest follower.

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Andrea said...

I'm following you and I'm so happy I found you! I LLLLLLOVVVEE this idea its so adorable!!!

Blessings,
Andrea

www.CentsSaved.com

Julie Harward said...

YUM! What a nice treat! I just posted a scone recipe too! Come say hi :D

Daphne Nicole & Lynda Cade said...

Your snack looks delicious!!! You always make the best stuff. Blessings~~~Daphne

Le Chateau des fleurs said...

Thank you guys, this is very good and was my first time...I was craving it! LOL
Frenchy

shannon said...

visiting from nff-following you as well! Btw, those look delish! Have a great weekend!

Cielo Azul Jewelry said...

YUM!!!!!!! You are the best mom ever=0)

xoxo,
Carol

RosieP said...

That looks tasty.

Have a great weekend

Hugs RosieP x

Colleen @ MuralMaker&More said...

Such a cute idea - using cookie cutters for scones! I'll have to remember that. I've never used a scone mix. I'll try that too!

Thanks for visiting and the follow. I've returned the favor and I look forward to getting to know you!

Cassidy Durf said...

Thank you for the compliment you left on my blog. That means so much to me.

As for the header, Jacquilayne.blogspot.com made it. She's amazing.

I wish my momma made me that! Oh that looks delicious! Ugh, I also wish I was out of school. 13 more days.

Anyways thank you!!!

Cassidy Eliza Durf

Cassidydurf.blogspot.com

Debbi Does Dinner Healthy said...

Very cute, my kids would love these. Who wouldn't! Thanks!

Jasey said...

So cute and I love scones! YUMMY! Thanks for linking such a YUMMO recipe to Tuesday Tastes! People's Choice Award polls are open, stop by and vote for your fav when you get a chance! http://crazyjayzplace.blogspot.com/2010/06/tuesday-tastes-peoples-choice-award-10.html

Happy Day,
Jasey @ Crazy Daisy

Funky Junk Interiors said...

Sounds wonderful! Looks like fun to make too.

Donna
http://funkyjunkinteriors.blogspot.com/

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