Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Family Split

This is one family split that is sure to bring everyone together.

Instead of making individual ice cream treats for my family last week, I combined all the desserts into one huge banana split. This made for an impressive presentation -- and only one bowl to wash!




14 comments:

Judy said...

Good morning Melissa! Shannon was so excited she got to meet you yesterday at Ms. GiGi's! I can't wait to meet you and your sweet babies myself....maybe us 3 "big girls" can plan an evening out to eat soon.

Take care...

Judy

Live.Love.Eat said...

Sweet!!!!!!! In more ways than one!!!

dddiva said...

What a great idea- sure beats us all digging into one little carton of Ben and Jerry's or Haagen Dazs. I will remember this the next time we make our own sundaes, thanks.

KDLOST said...

Your blog is so beautiful! LOVE that banana split, too! YUM! :) Cheers!

maryanne420 said...

thanks a lot melissa! you totally ruined my diet (JK)! i am literally drooling at the picture right now as i type. i must have a big banana split.

Elena said...

Thank you for stopping by Idaho today. Yes, we have beautifully warm (not hot) summers. You really should come visit sometime. Your kids are dollies and I love the tea party pictures.

Ele at abitofpinkheaven said...

Yummy! The green apples in the post below are great in the glasses. It is such a wonderful color.

LaDonna said...

That looks so yummy! My kind of dessert, only one messy bowl.

sweeter and the bubbas said...

I did NOT need to see that! haha!! You know what I'm talking about... :-)

Stacey @ The Blessed Nest said...

YUMMY! That looks soooo good :)
It's a special memory that your kids will have of you doing special "treats" for them--just because you love them!
Love the amazing pics and ideas on your blog--keep em coming!

Blessings,
Stacey

The Blonde Duck said...

I used to make my little sister "ice cream surprises" that were always some form of a banana split. Thanks for bringing back sweet memories!

Karin @ 6ByHisDesign said...

I just finished up a piece of lovely Southern strawberry cake --- you are an inspiration!

And you have azaleas blooming still? that must be WONDERFUL! Ours last ... about 2 weeks in the spring! Your daughter's bouquets are lovely!

Frizzy and Bird said...

Ok, I'm there! That looks devine and ever so sinful! However, I can always make the excuse it's not so many callories when you share it with loved ones. Thanks for your sweet comments on my journey to parenthood post a while back. Meant alot. BTW, My good friend posted just above me. How cool is that?!

Louise said...

This is such a good idea!!

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