Small group begins again soon. Jeff and I host a small group, or home group, in our home on Sunday evenings. We celebrate life together. We laugh. We chat. We study the Word of God. We pray. Together. There are 15 of us who have been meeting regularly for quite a few years. Jeff is the leader, or facilitator of the group and I am the hostess - sort of.
I most often make a dessert or snack for the group. I have been pinning quite a collection of potential desserts to share with small group. They have ultimately become guinea pigs, so to speak as I try new recipe after recipe, some of which have become deliciously sinful favorites. Am I really supposed to serve up sinfully delightful recipes to my small group?
Anyways, first up in the "I am dying to make this dessert" collection is the Butterfinger Delight (above).
This Lemon Blueberry Pound Cake looks insanely moist and delicious. The combination of lemon and blueberry are two of my most favorite fruits that pair so well together. Come on pound cake! You just can't go wrong.
I love apple fritters. If I get anything to eat at our church's coffee bar it is those sugary, moist apple fritters. Small pieces of apples filling every inch of this bread sounds just yummy. Served warm. With butter.
The Slow Roasted Italian has killer recipes. I've tried many of her gifted delights. I am really looking forward to this no-bake Reese's Peanut Butter Pie. Reese's peanut butter cups are one of the few candies with chocolate that I like so when I saw this I thought, wow! I wonder if small group would like that. That's how I always think of dessert. Would small group like this?
I love Nutella. I know. How is that possible when I don't even like chocolate? But, I realized that Nutella really isn't chocolate, although it has chocolate properties with that hint of cocoa but mostly it's just hazelnut. Looking forward to this one too!
And last but not least,
Oh my, snickerdoodles! Such a wonderful old home recipe; a favorite from growing up plus cobble! Yummy! Great recipe to take us into fall.
And that's all folks! These will get us through mid-to-late October. Then, I'll have to find some more favorites!