Priscilla's corn dip was do die for and just as yummy as she said it would be. I know have to make it for Thanksgiving to share it with my family.
Jenny's cookies came out really pretty and little did anyone know if used 4 ingredients! I couldn't find the pumpkin spice kisses like she used, so I used the caramel apple ones and they tasted good.
My hubby got suckered into helping me and was in charge of the pigs in the blanket. since I used the lil smokies I had him cut the crescent rolls in half so they wouldn't end up all bread. Thanks dear you did a wonderful job!
While he did that I worked on Josh and Maria's pretzels with cheese dipping sauce. These were also a big hit. I had trouble getting my pretzels to look alike so gave up and just rolled out balls. They turned out to be the perfect size to snack on.
I'll post my chowder recipe on an upcoming post. It was another item I forgot to take pictures of before it got eaten up.
We set up the backyard with my new fire pit that I won from the Red White and Blue Rhino contest.
We carved our pumpkins and while a friend of ours toasted the seeds for us to snack on we gathered around the fire and roasted marshmallows and made smores.
Check out our creations. Don't they look great? Can't wait to do it again next year!