I love Madeleines.
They are a delicious light butter cake.
I haven't made them in awhile.
I made some orange glaze to put on top.
It's a wonderful Parisian dessert.
I made a small latte too.
It was heaven
Outside was a beautiful 80 degrees in San Diego.
Our small olive tree looks so cute with olives on it this year.
Lily of the Valley
The Calliandra Haemat is in full bloom.
It's also known as the "Pink Powder Puff".
So pretty, just in time for Valentine's Day.
Putting out some of my holiday decorations.
I'll share more soon with you!
I'm working on a special crown
for a friend's birthday this weekend.
Just started and have lots of ideas of how to decorate it!!
I'll also share that with you next week too!
Hope she likes it.
What have you been working on lately,
can't wait to see!!
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I love Madeleines, and these look so light and delicious!!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting Jody and I love the madeleines you made too. Have a nice weekend.ReplyDelete
Hi Jody. Thank you for featuring my paper heart garland! What a surprise. And I love the Madeleines. They look so happy. As for your weather, I am jealous. I grew up one county north of you and miss that weather now that I am up here in the frozen plains. Have a great day and thanks for hosting!ReplyDelete
I love Madeleines.....they look scrumptious! Everything is blooming so beautifully in your garden...makes me wish for spring:) Thanks for the party! Hugs, PoppyReplyDelete
Your madelines look so pretty and delicious on that pretty plate! I also love those flowers that look they are wearing tutus!ReplyDelete
What a lovely visit Jody. The hummingbird plate with your delicious madeleines - a visual treat. Thanks for hosting. Have a wonderful week (loved seeing your flowers too).ReplyDelete
What beautiful things! I have eaten madeleines in france but I think they'd be even better when freshly baked. They look so gorgeous on that plate. I rather envy your beautiful San Diego weather. I love the idea of putting up decorative hearts for Valentines.ReplyDelete
I can't wait to see that crown! Thanks for hosting!ReplyDelete
I love Madeleines but have never made them. You are giving me some incentive. Yours look yummy. Thanks for featuring my Vintage Wine Box. That was such a surprise.ReplyDelete
Have a great week,
Lovely photos of your garden and and pretty features too. Thanks for hosting!ReplyDelete
YUM! Love the garden photos and that crown looks darling too. Great features. I especially love that laundry room!ReplyDelete
Happy to be joining in today!
Such happiness and sunshine and scrumptious surprises! Thanks for hosting, Jody and have a wonderful weekend!ReplyDelete
Oh how sweet everything is, I love the crown idea. Can't wait to see it finished. Your garden is looking so lovely.ReplyDelete
I am in love with the pretty blue plate too. Those madalines are so dainty x
I found you through Ms. Toody Goo Shoes. First time linking up.ReplyDelete
loved your wonderful looking Madeleines and I am sure they were as good as they looked. Your garden looks great. Mine is getting ready for the calla lilies to bloom, my nasturtiums are blooming and some of the roses that haven't been pruned are still blooming. Can hardly wait for rain and spring to arrive.
Have a wonderful weekend.
Oh my! Orange glaze on Madeleines! I can almost taste them from here... Thanks for hosting the party today!ReplyDelete
So many wonderful things shared. Another sweet party my friend. Thank you for hosting and happy weekend wishes xoReplyDelete
I love madeleines! My mouth is watering just watching your pictures!ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting Jody. Have a great week.ReplyDelete
Yum! Those little cakes look so tasty, and with a little latte on the side? Perfection!ReplyDelete