I’m going to tell you exactly how this recipe came about, and then afterwards you will basically understand why I’m not at all but kind of completely awesome.
Let’s pretend for a second that I’m a totally-on-top-of-it blogger. I’ve got a book full of future ideas and recipes, and i’ve planned out how and when I will post them. I also post frequently and on a regular basis…
We can now stop that journey of pretending and enter the reality of my blogging lifestyle in which I admit that only a tiny bit of the above statement applies to me. I can honestly say that I’ve got that idea book. Yes, there are a few items scratched off that list of future posts/ideas, but the majority have yet to be accomplished.
One of those items written down months ago was planning a fourth of july menu. Oddly that item got scratched off the list due to the 4th being oh…i dunno…tomorrow.
I wish I could blame a tropical vacation for my procrastination, but truthfully and honestly I’ve failed at almost every attempt to make a remarkable July 4th menu.
Every frackin recipe I created and tried didn’t turn out. Period.
Did you know you could screw up a salad? Apparently it’s possible. Also, don’t turn your freezer degrees all the way up to ‘speed up the process’. Anyone have an ice scraper I can borrow?
It basically came to the point where I said, ‘Holy Heck! I’m just going to buy a box of ice cream cones, a carton of ice cream, and a jar of sprinkles and call it Easiest Dessert Ever!’
But then I started to really think about ice cream, and waffle cones, and chocolate, then sprinkles, and then well…
The Easiest Dessert Ever.
You know what the best part is? After all the filling has gone, it’s time to eat the cup!
Happy 4th Everyone!!