My favorite day of the week is Sunday. You’ve already had your lazy day after a hard week of work and now you are ready to have fun. Since I don’t ski, I have to think of fun (mostly) indoor activities. Coloring is always fun. Gilmore themed days with my sister are on the horizon, and maybe tea with some friends!
The treats we have today are tasty and fun and fancy free. This is a tea party in a blanket fort with thrift store tea cups and mismatching plates. Toss out the cucumber sandwiches and have some curry chicken, or peanut butter and jelly.
End the tea with these fun treats: A Salty Sweet Crisp and Breezy Fruit Treats!
/// Salty Sweet Crisp ///
This one requires a trip to Trader Joe’s. If you aren’t near one, i’ll provide substitutes in parentheses.
1 box /// Trader Joe’s Dark Chocolate Crisps (or 3 Crunch Bars)
1/4 cup /// Trader Joe’s Cookie Butter (or creamy peanut butter)
1 sleeve /// Ritz crackers
smooth a generous amount of peanut butter on each cracker /// top with crisp (or chunk of Crunch Bar) /// pile them up on a fun funky plate and serve with some delicious early grey!
/// Breezy Fruit Treats ///
This is based off the idea of a fruit tart but is oh so easy! I was first introduced to these cookies in college by my roommates, and they were deemed ‘crack’ cookies.
1 Box /// ‘crack’ cookies /// sugar cookies with frosting
1 box //// blueberries
1 box /// strawberries
1 box /// raspberries
slice up strawberries /// top each cookie generously with assorted berries /// have a fun vintage platter, or a set of funky plates? /// plate it up with style and serve in the fort, under twinkle lights.