Hope you had a groovy weekend. Mine was lazy, lazy, lazy.
Now it's back to work.
Have a great one and remember to eat lots of nummy foods.
Meanwhile, check out my new Halloween skeleton bone cavity pans. I made Miss Wiggy peanut butter doggy bones.
|Homemade Doggy Bones|
|Located in the Halloween Baking Department|
Good morning. Peanut butter dog bones! That dog is spoiled. ;)ReplyDelete
Mornin' Trey: So true. I can't help it. She's just so darn cute. And fun to bake for. Though I cooked 'em a bit too long. They look a little more like turds on a plate but she didn't mind.ReplyDelete
Very spoiled, try beef mince next time and I'll have one, all hail Queen Boogerbutt.ReplyDelete
Lurk: I'll have to Google it since I don't know what beef mince is. She LOVES chicken based treats. She loves everything.ReplyDelete
Your Sunday looked fun and with good foods.
That is co cool Ivy! I will have to show this to my wife! =)ReplyDelete
Todd: Wilton made those. They had other Halloween cavity pans with monsters but the sale on those wasn't big enough for my comfort.ReplyDelete
Look a' the BONES!ReplyDelete
It's never too early for a Monty Python reference.
Cool tray - I'm shopping in the wrong places. Have a great one too.ReplyDelete
Dem bones, dem bones, dem doggie bones...sorry...those are fun. I think I knows some pups who would love those!ReplyDelete
The bone-shaped doggy treats are so clever! Glad you had a nice, lazy weekend. Happy Monday! :)ReplyDelete
Professor: That would have been a better title for my blog post.ReplyDelete
Porky: Halloween baking department. Always fun. Always spooky.
Daisey: There's always room for silliness here. Always.
Bard: They are so fun. Getting a second pan this week, now that I know they bake well.
It was lazy lazy. And you know, I feel rather refreshed.
How was your weekend?
Oh, to be a dog. I bet Miss Wiggy helped you with your lazy weekend.ReplyDelete
MG: Her and Tim were co-heads of the Nappy Nap Committee.ReplyDelete
Wonder if the creator of that pan had dog treats in mind? Makes sense to me though!ReplyDelete
Alex: Going to make all kinds of fun things with these bad boys. Yeppers.ReplyDelete
i am so hungry even for the doggy bones.ReplyDelete
gurgle, gurgle... i just had two ears of corn for breakfast, now i cannot hear a thing.
happy, peanut butter day!
iZombie: I love corn for breakfast!ReplyDelete
They look a little burnt...just saying.ReplyDelete
Rusty: Wiggy said she'd love to send Kasey some but she already gobbled them up. What a little piggy.ReplyDelete
Chuck: You got it in one, Chuck. Watch out C.S.I. Chuck is on the case.
I'm relatively certain your dog eats better than I do. Heh.ReplyDelete
Doc> Yeah, she eats better than me.ReplyDelete
Lucky pup!!! But I've gotta agree with Chuck!! he hehe!! Now now Ray, you mustn't be naughty..............ReplyDelete
I love people who make their dog treats. Good for you! And even better for Miss Wiggy!ReplyDelete
Miss Wiggy's spoiled, you know... and you make it so easy for her to be spoiled.ReplyDelete
I've got a challenge for you over at my blog; check it out.
Miss Wiggy is one lucky pup.ReplyDelete
I need to bake a batch of those and keep them around for whenever my hubby does something lame. It can be my secret code for, "Yup. You're in the dog house."ReplyDelete
PS--Everytime I scroll down and see your lasagna picture, I get hungry :)ReplyDelete
Special Agent Ray: Good work Special Agent. One burnt doggy bone for you.ReplyDelete
The Angry Vegetarian: Do you make your own? They are fun.
William: There's only two kinds of underwear in this household. Skidmarked and non-skidmarked.
Mo D: Do you have pets?
Jess: I tell ya, with a little less cooking, some sugar and salt, they wouldn't be too bad.
Jess: That was my first time tasting meat lasagna. A bit different than the veghead kind I usually make, but still nummy.