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"Life is lived forward, but understood backward. It is not until we are down the road and we stand on the mountain looking back through the valley that we can appreciate the terrain God has allowed us to scale.” Jill Savage

Monday, February 06, 2012

Mondays recipe and positive start to the week . . .

Did you watch the super bowl last night? What do you think about the commercials?

What did you have to eat?

Well on to Valentine's Day.



My friend Jenn from Jenn's Three Graces sent this to me. I think it is a great recipe to make with the kidlets or for Valentines. And she got the recipe from Northern Cottage. So thank you and thank you.

All you need are mini marshmallows, chocolate chips, crescent rolls. Bake and your done. How easy is that?

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:

Not even ourselves - teehee.

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45 comments:

Loveforfood said...

Thanks for sharing the recipe

Nancy said...

Thank you for reminding me to keep my own keys this week and thank you too for the receipt...looks good and I think my grandchildren would really enjoy them and of course granny too.....

Flora said...

Yum...sounds delicious!!

Aarthi said...

Awesome Recipe

Aarthi
http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

The Boston Lady said...

Hope this week goes well Sandie! Kids, HAH, my husband would snarf those up instantly! Ann

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

Hi Sandie! Yes, we watched the Super Bowl...go Giants!! Yay!! We also had way too much to snack on. I tried out a new recipe which I might post about sometime and lots of other goodies. Your recipe looks like a winner...I'll be making it!
Have a wonderful week!

Sweet Tea said...

I've made those before and they are sooooo good!!
Have a great week, Sandie!

Susan said...

Hello Sandie....

Hope you have a terrific Monday. Those crescent roll snickerdoodles sound good to me. Can you send some already made over, warm from the oven? ha haha

Take care. Susan

Jane said...

Looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing.

Blessing Jane

Kim said...

Mmmm Crescent smores - I'll have to try those. I did not watch the Super Bowl, but did have a friend call me when half time started because I wanted to see Madonna :)

Sandra said...

so now i need to figure out how to get the keys to ME away from me, since is it me that drives me crazy. i love the super bowl commercials and think football is as boring as watching paint dry. hubby watched it, i watched some of the commercials. most of the ones i liked were car commercials and all the ones with dogs.

silverthoughts2 said...

Those look yummy!

I didn't watch much of the game, just a few bits and pieces as I ate dinner (chili), when I had dessert (cherry pie) and then the last minute of the game when we had homemade pepperoni bread.

Today Dad and I spent some time watching a few commercials on youtube. That was fun. Dog commercials are always the best.

DaCraftyLady said...

yummy recipe I have made similar and love them. :) Go Giants!!!

Sally said...

I liked many of the commercials, but the half time show made me gag. Sorry, but I'm not a Madonna fan.

About the key=I think I've given it to a few too many people. LOL

Have a wonderful day, Sandie. (hugs)

Jill said...

Hoping you have a wonderful week, Sandie!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

I've seen those on Pinterest but haven't tried them yet. I enjoyed the commercials. We had a fun day!

Rae said...

Yes, I watched the game. I liked the commercials and halftime show best. We didn't fix any snacks. That snack of yours looks like something my grandkids would like. Gonna have to give it a try.

Love Of Quilts said...

I try not to give anyone the keys...but sometimes they fine them anyways.

Eva Ason said...

Sounds like a yummy recipe ^_^. I love chocolates preferably dark one. Hope you're having a good day! Had a boring day at work, caught meself daydreaming about other stuff than work [lol] Me being very bad, no? Happy Monday my friend! Big hugs x

Eva

Rebecca said...

I need your rose colored glasses today. All I can see is DUST in our HOME! Bah! Too much banging and jack-hammering! :(

Recipe sounds fab!

xoRebecca

KaLynn ("MiMi") said...

That looks wonderful! Like the sayings! Specially the one about crazy and keys!!

Linda @ A La Carte said...

I watched the Super Bowl but no special food. Enjoyed it! Love the look of this easy recipe. Glad you are feeling more positive today! It's going to be a good week! Hugs, Linda

dr momi said...

I thought the commercials were extra "racey" this year. Sex sells everything. Hard to watch some of them with young children. We had black bean salsa, artichoke dip and pizza.

Shelly said...

Delicious and easy- who could ask for more?

Walking on Sunshine... said...

That looks so good! I'm definitely going to try this when my daughter comes home from college! She loves treats like these! Thanks!

Belle said...

That's the kind of recipe I can work with! Thanks. I missed the Super Bowl this year and watched a movie. Have a lovely week, Sandie.

Betty (picture circa 1951) said...

Hmmmm...none of the commercials really struck my fancy this year. I guess the Detroit one for Chrysler (I think it was Chrysler anyway) was kind of inspiring. I liked their commercial last year. It made me want to root for Detroit.

Sr. Ann Marie said...

The chocolate chip and marshmallow recipe sounds wonderful--especially for a candy lover like me! And that final quote is a real keeper! Thanks for the wisdom.

S. Etole said...

That recipe looks like a yummy snack. Enjoying your "sayings."

Ann said...

I'm not in to football so I didn't watch the super bowl. I am in to chocolate though and that little goodie looks delicious

Ginny said...

This recipe is kind of a non recipe, perfect for me!!! I will also add, don't let anyone drive you crazy when it's within walking distance!

Grammy Goodwill said...

Oh, something easy I can make. Thanks.

Angela said...

That is a very easy looking recipe Sandie! I watch the super bowl for the commercials only! lol There were some really good ones last night! lol

Michaele said...

I was actually blogging during the super bowl. Shameless me.

Knitty said...

Good recipe idea!
I liked Clint Eastwood for Chrysler, the VW ad with the dieting dog and my favorite was the Great Dane who bribes the man with Doritos.
Madonna looks great but I thought the show was mediocre at best.
Love the key advice but I think those who drive me crazy are guilty of stealing my keys. ;-)

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Sandie, We did watch the game/commercials and even the halftime show... My favorite commercial was the VW Bug one with the dog....

We stay away from the fattening chocolate stuff on Valentine's Day ---and will head out to do some hiking instead...

Hugs,
Betsy

Janie Fox said...

Those look fantastic but I have broken up with my lover...sugar.

SweetMarie said...

We didn't watch the game, but played cards and ate pie. :) My son went to a Superbowl party and had a blast!
Never thought about not handing the keys out, I'll have to try that.
Hope you're having a great week!

Dolores said...

I'm going to make the yummy dessert.....I love easy recipes!

BlueShell said...

Great!
Yummy!!!

I am on a strict diet, now!!!
Lol
Kisses

Debbie said...

Love the recipe. I would never have thought of it.

And that quote at the end is priceless.

BTW, I just read the bullying post, and I am one hot blogger. That really ticks me off.

I will add to my prayers about his school (and I AM praying) that God provides manna from heaven in the form of resources for him to go to the perfect place for him.

And I am going to be praying that he defines himself correctly and through God's eyes and not anyone else's eyes.

Still ticked...
Debbie

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

That looks like a perfect recipe to enjoy with Little Man!! He will eat two and put one in the crescent roll! LOL! Thank you, Sandie!

I'm with Debbie!! blessings ~ tanna

Kathy ... aka Nana said...

I am watching the Super Bowl ads right now, since I didn't watch the Super Bowl on Sunday.

Thanks for sharing the recipe ... it sounds absolutely delicious!

**CREATIVE CARMELINA** said...

BFF....bowl of fattening food! that's a good one that I'll keep with me for always! thanks for sharing!


ciao bella
creative carmelina

Grandma Bonnie said...

I did not watch the super bowl I was babysitting and it would not have entertained Pooh Bear. Thanks for the recipe I will pass it on to some young folks.