Lately, I have been getting a lot of requests for ideas of things to send to a Shalom Zachar and Kiddush. Biscotti seems to be a great thing to send to a Simcha; they are delicious, easy to make and easy to package. Here's a simple way to "dress up your biscotti" and make it not only delicious and practical, but glamorous too! Candy Pearlsare available in many colors. Have fun color coordinating your biscotti to match your special occasion
I scream, you scream….This has got to be the simplest birthday cake ever! We all know how much everyone loves ice cream cakes, yet we also know how pricey they tend to be. So here’s an idea that is very cost effective, practically effortless, delicious, and most of all, “we’ll all scream” for more! The base of the cake is ice cream sandwiches. You can decorate it as a fun birthday cake using edible spray, piping gel, sprinkles… or as an elegant dessert using caramel topping, nuts, chocolate shavings….
For my nephews Bar Mitzvah, my sister made these adorable party favors. A mini replica of the typical hat box, with a chocolate hat inside, this box is certainly “out of the box”. They were piled up on a table for the guests to take as a souvenier upon leaving. The boxes can also be filled with cookies, candies....
I couldn't resist posting these adorable etrog box party favors that I made for my friend's sons Bar Mitzva which will take place this Shabbat. I have always enjoyed handing out green sour sticks and lemon candies (which resemble the lulav and etrog) to my little "Succah hoppers".