fudge with sea salt as well as puppy chow (aka muddy buddies or candy crack). I also brought this addicting half cheesy, half caramel popcorn I found at Costco (only half the bag made it to the shower, oops).
Then, the morning of the shower I whipped up these caprese kabobs:
- 2 buckets of TJs marinated mozzarella balls (looks like this)
- 2-3 baskets of cherry or grape tomatoes, rinsed
- A handful of fresh basil, rinsed and torn into smallish pieces
- Bamboo kabob sticks (most grocery stores have them hidden somewhere so just ask)
- TJ's balsamic glaze (optional)
Pour mozz balls with olive oil mixture into a big bowl. Add tomatoes and mix to coat tomatoes. Note: If you can't get the TJ's mozz balls add olive oil, salt, pepper, other Italian spices and mix. Tear off small pieces of basil leaves. Start kabobing! I like to do 2 tomatoes, basil, 1 mozz ball, 2 tomatoes, basil, 1 mozz ball, 2 tomatoes. I then either drizzle the balsamic glaze over the kabobs (a little messy) or just have a small dish of it with a spoon next to the kabobs for guests to help themselves.
PS - How amazing do these Strawberry Shortcake Kabobs look?