Desserts That "Ask Him To Go Back Home"
January 18, 2008 10:10pm CST
A few months ago my husband usually spend most often outside of house for dinner after working hour. Yeah..may be his friends of college ask him to joint for dinner. But from about four months ago until now he's always most often stand by at home to get dinner. Hmm...mostly american mom most wanted, i thought. How about you ? Here is one of my recipe to "ask" him to go back home after work without talk to him - Peanut Butter Layer Bars- 2 cup peanut butter sandwich cookie, 1 crumbs (about 20 cookies), 1 1/4 cup peanuts (choped), 1 cup semi-sweat choc.morsels (about 6 oz), 1 cup coconut (flaked), 1 1/4 sweetened condensed milk). Combine crumbs and butter in small bowl. Press onto bottom of greased 13 x 9 inch baking pan. Layer peanuts, morsels and coconut over crumb mixture. Drizzle sweeten condensed milk evenly over top. Bake in preheated 350 degrees oven for 20 to 25 minutes or until coconut is golden brown. Cool completely in wire rack. Now prepared when it's time to. Better make it up to 4 times a week. Don't make it every day. Combined it with other dessert that simply and delicious. Please try and give your opinion about it. Some other recipe soon i will post if you need. Hopelly you too.
• United States
5 Feb 08
Welcome to MyLot! A good discussion topic on how to keep that hubby coming home for dinner. This sounds very similar to a recipe I've used, but the peanut butter cookies sure give it a different twist. I would check the guidelines about posting recipes. It would be a shame to put time and effort into a post and have it deleted. ...whit
• United States
3 Feb 08
This sounds like a great "recipe" for persuading loved ones to get their sweets at home, lol, and I hope myLot staff recognizes it as good Valentine's Day advice and not just another discussion about cooking. Yest, many husbands listen better with their tummies than their ears. Welcome to myLot and congratulations on getting HBH and think of all the money he's not spending on those "corporate dinners."