Thursday, June 14, 2012

What's For Dessert

 
Dessert Train

Check out our dessert for tonight!  The kids and I made a train this afternoon.  It is not homemade (unfortunately) but it was constructed by us (using Little Debbies!) and it was a lot of fun!  The inspiration came from a book called Candy Construction and it has some pretty amazing things you can create with candy and food!

 Making the engine

 Almost done

 Finished engine

 More cargo

 With a tanker

 More cargo and another tanker completes our train!

12 comments:

BlushnCheeks said...

OH MY GOD> This looks delicious. Nice work!!!!

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Cassie {two-in-diapers.blogspot.com} said...

Those are so adorable! I found you via the blog hop at The Things We Find Inside. I love your blog! I'm excited to be your newest follower! I'd love for you to follow me back at http://www.two-in-diapers.blogspot.com! :)

Corrinne of Pin & Tack said...

Oh, dear, that is a lot of chocolate! Me want, me want :) What a super fun activity! Usually you only get to build with candy when it's a gingerbread house.

Happiness,
Corrinne

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Sparkle and Co said...

That looks delicious!!! I'm a chocolate addict. I'm a new follower, I'll be happy if you follow me back too

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Nicole weaver said...

Wow! too bad my children are 24,22 and 16. That looks so yummy. Wanted to drop you a line, that I am following you back on FB, twitter and GFC. Thanks so much for following me.

Nicole Weaver
Trilingual Children's Author
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Kimberly said...

I'm so glad you stopped by my blog. I'm delighted to be following you now. I love this idea for desert! I could see doing something like this for a Christmas desert village...Gingerbread house, train...

Annmarie Pipa said...

that is a gorgeous creation!!

Jane said...

This is AWESOME!!!

Kathy M said...

Really cute train!!

We-Made-That.com said...

My daughter wants a train party for her birthday and this would be perfect. Found you on the HOP and so excited I did.

Just one question, how do you get everything to stick together? Frosting?

Mrs. K said...

I'm in love! Must try this :) Thanks for checking out my blog...now following you too :) http://www.crazycasak.com