Sooooo, I'm thinking I need to make more desserts. As you probably already know, I hate baking. I can do it, I just don't like to. Plus I'm not really a desserts kinda gal. A yummy snack to me is bowl of Mac n Cheese or ham and cheese on a mini Hawaiian slider roll. Not really cookies or cake.
Little by little though I've been adding some pretty delicious looking desserts to my Pinterest Dessert board (that's what I'm using now as a sort of 'need-to-make' recipe list...it's actually pretty handy!). I usually cut in half most recipes so I don't have a huge batch of stuff that either needs to get eaten or thrown away, so that helps too.
This though...if all desserts were this easy to make then my fridge would be a wonderland of delicious sugary concoctions! This was so good, and crazy simple! While the picture above does look yummy, what you can't see is the 4 year old little boy standing behind me tapping me on the shoulder saying...'Are you done yet? Can we eat them? Can you take pictures of just one? Do you really need both of them...how many pictures do you need, Mama?!"
I swear I never took a set of pictures faster :) We loved them (Jesse ate his whole cup!), and I definitely recommend trying them. OH! One more thing...I didn't get the Bailey's Cream Liqueur cause I didn't think Publix would have it, so I bought and used Bailey's Original Irish Cream Creamer. It can be found in the dairy section next to all the other coffee creamers.
'Irish Cream Chocolate Mousse'
Source: Kraft Recipes
1 package instant chocolate pudding
1-1/4 cups cold milk
1/4 cup Irish cream liqueur (or coffee creamer)
2 cups thawed cool whip, divided
1/2 cup fresh raspberries
1. With a whisk, beat pudding mix, milk and liqueur in medium bowl 2 minutes. Stir in 1-1/2 cups cool whip.
2. Spoon into dessert dishes. Refrigerate 20 minutes.
3. Top with remaining cool whip and berries.