Thursday, June 9, 2016

Today, I am sharing a few of my favorites with you, including a cake, a sunset and baseball.

Recently, I thought I needed to take a dessert to a dinner that I was going to.  I heard
some friends talking about a cake that they baked, because it was in their Weight Watcher's plan.
They said it was light and delicious, and only took two ingredients.  My kind of dessert.
I looked it up and found it here;

One box of angel food cake and one can of crushed pineapple in the pineapple juice.  Mix
together and bake.  That simple!  I did go one step further and adding icing, where I mixed
Cool Whip and instant vanilla pudding.  I iced the cake after it was cool, and stored it in the

Our plans were changed at the last minute, so now I am left with a 9 x 13 inch cake
in my refrigerator.  My husband is so happy!  He keeps asking for it.
If you need a quick, refreshing dessert, here is one you might try.
Oh, and I brought in my first rose of the season, after a heavy rainstorm.
Isn't it beautiful?

Does this tempt you to make the cake?  I wish I could share some with you.

Here is a sign on my kitchen counter.  Makes me smile whenever I see it.

A sunset this week that caused me to stop at the side of the road and take this picture. 
Breathtaking beauty!

The first year of baseball for my grandson.  A fun and new adventure for us, to attend
his games and cheer him on.

Bubblegum and all:). 

At my niece's baby shower, there was a table full of different sizes of white onesies, paints
and markers, for each guest to decorate how they wished.

Here, one of my nieces paints a horse on her onesie, which fit in perfectly with the western
theme of the shower.

It was interesting to see the completed projects, from all ages.

The plastic tent added to the western d├ęcor of the shower, and was where we placed our
shower gifts for the expectant mother.

The beautiful Mother-to-be, her sister, and her good friends.

I close with one of the desserts at the baby shower.  It's artistry and taste were both exceptional!

Thanks for stopping by and sharing in a few of the week's simple joys.


Debbie said...

Good morning! My that cake just looks and sounds delicious! And your rose...soo pretty!
And that sunset...goodness, SOO beautiful! Love watching our grandkids now as they play sports. Seems like just yesterday we were driving our own kids to various games. I've seen those decorating the onesies ideas around pintrest and wondered how that would go. Sounds like it went well and was fun. Cake looks yummy. Hope all else is well with you...Have a good rest of your week!

Jaybird said...

Oh my, such lovely pictures!!!!!! May I save the sunset for a desktop photo???
I am also going to make the cake! Since angelfood cakes don't have a load of sugar, I think by using Splenda sweetened pineapple and SF vanilla pudding, I can make this for diabetic hubby!! He will be in heaven!!
Thank you so much for your time to post!!

Just a little something from Judy said...

Dear Jaybird, I would be honored if you used the sunset photo on your desktop. Also, I hope it works for you to make the recipe with Splenda and SF vanilla pudding, because it is always good when they are happy:).
Thanks for your kind comments.

Lea said...

The fruit pizza is gorgeous. I may have to make the two ingredient cake, how delicious!

Stacey said...

Judy, I made the angel food cake this weekend and it was wonderful! We loved it. Seems like we don't eat pineapple that often so it was really enjoyable. :)

Just a little something from Judy said...

Thank you dear Stacey! You are so kind to share this with me. I am happy you liked it like we did. I appreciate every comment you share. I look so forward to being able to visit favorite blogs again, after we are finished with these months of preparing to move.

Jaybird said...

PS: I made the cake with Splenda sweetened crushed pineapple, and sugar free vanilla was YUMMY and hubby has eaten most of it right up!!!
Thank you again,


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