The other night I went to ladies night out at one of my daughters friends, parents home; and I had a great time! This is a great idea everyone brings either a appetizer, dinner item, dessert or drink. There were about 30- 40 Moms there from Kindergarten to 4th or 5th grade. It was so much fun. The best part is you are not allowed to talk to the Moms that you know! You are only allowed to speak to people in other grades or classes that you do not know.
My daughter has been going to the same school since kindergarten, however, I still do not know all 250+ families who attend the school and it was fun to meet parents who had kids in other grades. A lot of the Moms at my daughter school know that I have the cooking underwriter website. So they always ask if I will create something fun to bring to"Ladies Night Out". So I created spicy dates in a blanket with jalapeno jack cheese a spicy sweet appetizer.
Spicy Date in a blanket Ingredients:
36 Medjool Dates pits removed
36 small pieces of jalapeno Monterrey Jack Cheese
1 tub of Gluten Free Pizza Dough by Pillsbury rolled out and cut in strips
Take dates and remove pits slice down the center.
If only it wasn't 11:00 pm....I'd be making this right now!!!!ReplyDelete
They are so yummy and taste so good with an icey cold margarita.Thanks for stopping by kiki hope to see you again soon.ReplyDelete
Those look so yummy, I'm going to have to make them sometime.ReplyDelete
Oh my, these sound like they would be totally unique and delicious! I LOVE dates-- I will be making this during the holidays I think! Thank you!ReplyDelete
oooooh la la!!!ReplyDelete
They are fabulous and I do not even eat jalapeno Monterey Jack normally. But it turned out to be a great commbination.ReplyDelete
I can't wait to try this - I love the combination!ReplyDelete
Please let me know what you think. I think they are delicious!
What a great little nibble for entertaining. Thank you for sharing your recipe and you have a great week!ReplyDelete
i do love sweet and spicy together...this sounds amazing...i bet they were a big hit! thank you for sharing with tuesday night supper club.ReplyDelete