Tuesday, July 01, 2008


This is a new idea I got from here. I think it will be totally fun. So, if you like it and want to participate, jump on board....let me know!

In honor of Independence Day coming up, I wanted something cool, easy and RED, WHITE AND BLUE.



1 8-oz block cream cheese, softened
1 jar marshmallow creme
cubed watermelon
fresh blueberries


Mix cream cheese and marshmallow creme until well-blended.
In a bowl or parfait glass layer:
dollop of cream cheese mixture
sprinkling of granola

THEN, if you are like me, you will wash that down with a Dr Pepper and finish off the rest of the cream cheese mixture "accidentally" forgetting about the fruit!



Anonymous said...

This sounds really yummy, I will have to try it, I may try it this weekend at our Fourth of July get together.

Anonymous said...

Oh yum!! Fattening with non-fattening. Doesn't the fruit cancel out the fattening part???

Try taking cut up watermelon and ice and blender away!! Great smoothy and no sugar added!! (You might need to tinkle soon after!)

Mommy Spice said...

Oh yummy!! S.G. won't eat watermelon or blueberries, so I probably won't get to enjoy this one. We will probably make a fruit pizza where she can pick the blueberries off.

R and R Stacy said...

Yum - thanks for the idea.

Lisa@BlessedwithGrace said...

That pictures looks to refreshing I could just eat it. I am glad you posted on the Tempt My Tummy Tuesday. Hopefully other will joint along. THanks.

Anonymous said...

We love Marshmallow Creme with Cream Cheese -- always makes a great fruit dip. Try it with green apples. Tastes like dipping them in caremel. Only MMC has zero fat and if you use low fast cream cheese...well it's not THAT bad!


Anonymous said...

oh I forgot to tell you, that your crockpot fajitas (made for 40 ppl at the family reunion) were a HUGE hit! My family loves them already. But I have now emailed that recipe like 20 times!

I gave you total credit of course!


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