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Center Piece for our Christmas Table!

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This is a fattie formed in a cake pan. I got the idea on Thanksgiving day when I had a fattie sitting on my kitchen counter next to a cake. I am posting pics of the steps in case someone wishes to give it a try. I am freezing it until Christmas when I will thaw and place a poinsettia in the center. :D

 

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Thanks everyone. My wife mentioned that Poinsettias might not mix well with edibles! So I will either put an artificial one or a container of Mustard sauce there instead.I will update this thread with a few more pics on Christmas.

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For those that haven't tried the fatty yet, a note.  Make it and put it in the fridge and it gets sliced and warmed in the microwave the next morning for biscuits.



It doesn't seem like it, but it really is one of those things that is better the next day.


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For those that haven't tried the fatty yet, a note.  Make it and put it in the fridge and it gets sliced and warmed in the microwave the next morning for biscuits.

It doesn't seem like it, but it really is one of those things that is better the next day.

 

completely agree with this!

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