Friday February 4, 2011
Super Bowl Party! Go Pack Go!
I hadn’t intended to make a proper blog post out of this recipe. But it received a lot of attention on twitter and made today’s Foodbuzz Top 9, so I thought I’d write a quick blurb about it for those who subscribe and might otherwise miss this one (since recipes don’t show up in my RSS feed).
I posted the full story with the recipe, so I won’t repeat myself. Long story short: I made some dessert bars for the Super Bowl!
To reinforce the idea that these do belong at a Super Bowl party, I cut some out like footballs. See? Totally game day fare. They don’t require any skill or special equipment to make or even take much time! Check out the recipe here and get ready for a Packers’ victory!!
4 comments and counting
Feb 07, 2011 · 8:32 AM
Çok güzel, teşekkürler
· casminella · http://casminella.blogspot.com
Feb 08, 2011 · 4:29 AM
I guess your cute desserts did the trick! Packers won!
· Jessica · http://www.jessicasdinnerparty.com
Mar 30, 2012 · 1:01 PM
Wow! only two other comments on this incredible dessert??? I must say, after discovering your blog last week and subsequently reading it ‘cover to cover’ in reverse order (and getting sidetracked on all the great links a la Choose Your Own Adventure), THIS recipe really struck a chord with me. I can’t get passion fruit juice in my neck of the woods, but local frozen raspberries made into a juice, perhaps?
p.s. you ROCK – sally
Mar 30, 2012 · 1:10 PM
@Salty, haha, so glad you fell down the rabbit hole! Thanks for the kind words. I’ve had varying luck with different juices; some fruits do really well in the presence of so many yolks, while other sort of fall flat. I don’t know if raspberries would have the acidity needed to stand up against the fatty yolks or not, Hmmm…. It may depend on how tart your particular berries are. Or substitute in some lemon juice to help.