Saturday, July 31, 2010

Preperations for the Golf Outing

Happy Saturday!

I feel like i have been a little MIA the past few days but I have been busy doing things for a golf outing that is today! [clearly you can tell that i'm not too overly stressed about it since I am sitting here updating my blog when I should be getting ready - priorities - right!?]

So over the past few days I have been making these:

And putting the finishing touches on this

I am so excited for today's golf outing - it should be a lot of fun!

Here are the recipes that we used for the pudding shots...

**a little hint when making jello shots/pudding shots - spray all of the cups with PAM/cooking spray first - that way the shots come right out**

Buckeye Shots

**I only made 1/2 of this recipe**

2 packages of instant chocolate pudding (small box)
1 qt whipping cream
16 oz of baileys
12 oz butterscotch schnapps

Combine pudding and whipping cream
Pour in Bailey's and Butterscotch Schnapps
Ladel into jello shot cups
Serve with mini plastic spoon
you can find the spoons at GFS along with the cups and lids

Mudslide Shots

1 small box of instant chocolate pudding
1 3/4 cup of cold milk
2 oz Kahula
2 oz Bailey's Irish Cream
2 oz Creme de Cacao
Add liquors to cold milk, pour this into pudding mix, blend thoroughly, pour into cups and chill

Drunk Gummies

3 shots of Absolut Citron
1 bag of Haribou Gummies

Refrigerate Gummies! Let the Gummies sit in the Citron for 2-3 days and soak up all the liquid [aka alcohol] and then enjoy! even Justin [the kid who doesn't like anything gummy enjoyed them!


Beverly said...

What an absolutely lovely day ahead of you!

Those gummies (and shots) look chez delish.


Aly @ Analyze This said...

That all looks so great!

Kendra said...

Ive had the gummy bears like that before. AMAZING. It looks like you're going to have a great time.!

Steph S. said...

"Drunk Gummies"... HA! I love it!!! Hope you have a great time!

Kerbi said...

Those shots look yummy! Love the pink tank!

Lindsay said...

That tank is adorable. Do you make those?