Thursday, December 9, 2010

Goodies to go

Did I ever show you the old square platter that is perfect for making fudge?
It is very heavy has no marking on the back. We found it in an estate sale back in the 1980's.
We have been busy making our Christmas goodies to mail the kiddies.
I baked sugar cookies

The Bennie made his wonderful maple fudge and chocolate fudge

and the chex mix trash

Put it all in Christmas tins and mailed it off


Gigi Ann said...

I love that platter it is gorgeous. MMMMM... that fudge looks quite yummy... My mouth is watering for some... I am to lazy to make it, so told my Granddaughter when she makes some to mail me about a dozen pieces.. she promised she would. See, I told you I'm lazy... hee, hee.

Darla said...

Oh the kiddies are going to be so happy when they receive these, yummy!

A Brit in Tennessee said...

They are so lucky !
It all loooks so delicious, the fudge especially..
When my husband was serving in Iraq, we mailed homemade fudge by the pound...lots of it.
It just tastes so much like 'home', and the next best thing to being there.

Charlene said...

Do you need my address? Your kids and grandkids are in for a treat.

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Oh, yummy. That fudge looks so good Bennie! Have I told you before that he was a keeper Patsy? LOL!


All looks soo nice and good mmm yummy goodies !Have a great day !

Far Side of Fifty said...

What fun to be a relative..I bet they love your packages! :)

Anonymous said...

I know the kids will be thrilled to open up these tins of delicious goodies! That platter is a real beauty!