Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Fruit and Nut Pops




Baby Shower is a special event for all expecting mothers. In North India  it is called Godh Bharai.The significanceof this is to welcome the coming baby in the family with love ,wishes and gifts.During  last month’s BM we realized that our dear friend PJ is expecting her second baby…PJ of Seduce Your Tastebuds…has a lovely blog and has some awsum vegan recipes too........excitement  on receiving this news was very natural…strange I have never met PJ ,but somehow we bloggerrs have a special bond and are like a family.We decided on a virtual baby shower for PJ..wanted to keep it a surprise….but during discussions we were not sure about PJ’S reaction..Valli called her up..and here we are….


Loads of love for you and the coming baby…I have  made No Cook Fruit N Nut Squares..just changed the shape and converted them into pops!!..well I found these absolutely apt for the occasion…healthy,full of nutrients..just what you need at this time.Hope you like these PJ....and wish I could ACTUALLY send them….these come with lots of love,wishes ,Blessings!!Hope you have a safe delivery and come back home with a healthy beautiful baby in your arms.


Now coming to the recipe…..

1cup.......... seedless dates
1cup.......... raisins
Icup........... almonds
2tbsp........ sesame seeds

Pulse all the  ingredients together.
Make balls.
Fix them in satay sticks.
Wrap in cling film.
Tie with a ribbon.
Refrigerate for an hour.


Little tiny hands and feet,
Brand new babies are so sweet!
Blinking eyes and tiny toes,
An itty bitty button nose!
That's right-a baby's on the way!
Let's gather for a special day!
We'll have a special baby shower,
And it shall be a happy hour!
We hope that you will join us there,
And that you have the time to spare.
It will be fun to celebrate,
So don't forget this special date!





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22 comments:

  1. Beautiful presentation. She is lucky to have friends like you. Glad to know you thru blogging. :-)

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  2. Beautiful clicks! Love the idea of pops, it looks so cute :-).I prepared a whole meal from PJ's blog and it all got eaten before I could take out the camera!

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  3. Those pops looks super cute and healthy..Hope PJ will be very much happy after seeing all our posts today..

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  4. Perfectly done and beautfully presented.Fruit and nut pops luk awesome!

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  5. Such a lovely post Vaishali..I am sure PJ will love these recreated!

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  6. A wonderful post. Love whole set of the clicks.

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  7. Lovely presentation. Looks flavourful and delicious

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  8. Very easy to make and looks so yummy!!!!!

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  9. This looks awesome dear...you have made it perfectly..

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  10. You are absolutely right Vaishali.We are more like a family now.I feel so happy that you gals are doing this for me :). Love these pops and love the cute words as well.Thanks a bunch dear :)

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  11. They look so yum,,perfect for baby shower,..

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  12. vaishali, do you know how many days it will stay ok? I was planning to make some. But i have to store it for a week before it gets to the person. will it become dry? do you know?

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  13. Roshni..go ahead and send them..no issues nothing will happen ,but mind you you must wrap them.I made loads and carried them for my nephew which was nearly after 10days..and they were fresh as ever!!

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    1. thank you so much for the quick reply... i have some dates and am planning to make these as treats for giving away. thank you....

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  14. Love the pictures... too adorable

    Sowmya
    http://nivedhanams.blogspot.in

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