Tuesday Tidbits #26

A Mother’s Day Dessert

Mother’s Day is here!

Do you need a simple but delightful dessert for your Mother’s Day Brunch?

I have the perfect one for you. It’s tasty, pretty and EASY! We all like easy.

I took purchased Lemon Curd and layered it with Cool Whip which I added whipped cream cheese to. I added the cream cheese to help cut the sweetness of the Lemon Curd. Ours was very sweet. You can omit the cream cheese if you wish depending on your Lemon Curd.

The yellow tablescape just added sunshine to our desserts! Speaking of sunshine… this would be the perfect summertime dessert for an evening on the patio.

Just add some pretty flowers and you will be set!

May you all enjoy a beautiful Mother’s Day!

Until Next Time ~Nancy

Joining Kari’s Party At Me and My Captain

24 thoughts on “Tuesday Tidbits #26

  1. Nancy,

    Your post is just beautiful. Arranging the display and coordinating the colors, well, So gifted you are. How lucky to have you in my life!

    Sent from my iPad


  2. I vaguely recall a lovely parfait party once in my lifetime…..do you remember It? I might have to make this luscious looking dessert for garden club next month…your sunny tablescape looks warming and wonderful.

    1. Oh my gosh! I love your name!

      And yes I do remember that party! You just reminded me of it. 😊 How fun!

      I love parfaits and I think it’s because of you! When we were young you use to make them for desserts for all of us. It was our fancy dessert! 💛

    1. Yellow is one of my favorite colors. They were delicious.

      Thanks for visiting! Happy Spring to you. Don’t work to hard out in your gardens!

  3. Lemon curd anything is my absolute favorite!! I wish I was able to celebrate with my mom this year to make it for her- but next time we are together I’ll have to anyways 🙂 Thanks for sharing, Nancy!

  4. I have made something similar but without the cream cheese, what a great recipe this is, so easy, and sooo pretty, plus nice and light! Your yellow table is sunshine itself!

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