Our youngest daughter just graduated from high school. I still can't even believe it! She is joining her sisters at Baylor University in the Fall. We will have three girls at Baylor. Yikes - but so exciting. I love that they will all be together! I may be several states away but they will have each other!
All of our graduation parties have been dessert parties - Oreo Balls, Peanut Butter Balls, Monster Bars, Lemon Bars, Almond Bars, English Toffee, White Chocolate Crunchy Clusters, Chocolate Covered Strawberries, Cheesecake, Ice Cream with homemade fudge sauce (will post soon), etc. I love planning it and thanks to friends decorating, friends serving and family/friends helping out a ton - the party was a huge success. I will post the recipe for Peanut Butter Balls soon..... and Oreo Balls. I thought everyone knew how to make Oreo Balls but after a few conversations, I realized I need to post a recipe.
We also had little bags for everyone to take treats to go. All of the centerpieces were candy, too. (cute black buckets with Twizzler sticks, Sour Straws, Caramel Apple Lollipops, Laffy Taffy rope, Sweet Tarts, etc.) The CANDY BAR had cherry sours, Baylor green & gold M &Ms, French chocolate mints, Acai chocolate balls, dark chocolate sea salt caramels, ring pops, local Vic's popcorn balls, local Nebraska Baker's Chocolates, Texas Atkinsons Chick-o-sticks and Peanut Butter Logs, Sour Patch watermelon slices, and more. It was so fun!!
A local young lady that is a sophomore in high school has a great business making cheesecakes and other desserts for parties. She made our cheesecake and dipped over 300 strawberries for the party. If you need a local person to make a dessert for you, Rileigh is your girl. She is known for her cheesecakes. She makes Original, Keylime, Turtle, Caramel Apple, Blue Ribbon, etc. Send me an email if you want her contact information.
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