Special days fill our souls, especially if they are full of beautiful moments.
Last weekend we celebrated our daughter’s birthday.
A generous group of our friends was present and a significant number of kids as well: lots of girls but boys, we had only 3! - where are you babes?
Many hours of the day and the night before, were invested in the kitchen to prepare a snack that was deliberately designed to fulfill the appetite of a group of children where the only vegetarian was the birthday girl ....
Although it was a challenge, with some effort, I was able to prepare an appealing menu and without anyone noticing the lack of animal products.
The sausage rolls that I usually prepare make the delights of young and older!
The menu was varied, but some experiences that result from my constant desire to improvise every new recipe, were excluded because they were completely ruined!
From those that went to the party table (and they were many!), I suggest the chocolate lollypops and the sausage puff rolls, the first, taking some time to prepare but beautiful and delicious, and the second, quick and appetizing!
Sausage puff rolls:
tofu or soy sausages
Cut each sausage in the desired size or use it in full size.
Roll out the puff pastry and cut into long thin strips.
Wrap each sausage or piece of sausage with a strip and bake until crispy.
food confettis, nuts, grated coconut, almonds, pistachios
wooden food stiks
Melt the chocolate in a double boiler.
Place a sheet of parchment paper on a plane surface.
Fill a dessert spoon with melted chocolate and place on baking paper, drawing a circle. Repeat the process leaving space between each circle.
Let stand for 10 minutes.
Place a new layer of chocolate on each circle.
Let stand 5 minutes and then place a stick in each circle. Press slightly.
Let stand for 5 minutes and pour new layer.