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Phillipa Knickerbocker Glory and the Ice Cream Castle: a book review and a recipe — 17 Comments

  1. This book looks like it’s right up my alley, Tina! I have never heard of knickerbocker glories, but I think I will have to try one right away! 🙂 I love that you have a recipe for dairy free ice cream. I have a daughter who doesn’t tolerate milk and I’d love to give it a try for her! Great pics of your kids – so cute! 🙂

    • Thanks, Susanna! The knickerbocker glories were a big hit here! I hope you like them, and I think your daughter will love the dairy-free ice cream. We really do like it better than regular ice cream!

    • I know! It was unintentional actually – they were just the two books that I won. I actually didn’t even think about the similarity in theme until I started writing this review. Maybe God’s trying to teach me something! 🙂

  2. adorable! I love the look on older DD’s face.. pure delight!
    The book seems like a fun thing to do.. so perfect for summer!
    -Resh @StackingBooks.com

  3. Book reading is always fun when accompanied with ice cream!

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  4. Stopping by from the Kid Lit Blog Hop….I refuse to believe that Jellybeans morning, noon and night could EVER be a bad thing! And I’ll be trying out that recipe ASAP…thanks!

  5. Nope, never heard of Knickerbocker Glories, but they sound delicious! How could a kid not like a book with so many yummy desserts in it?
    I think I’m going to have to try those this weekend. Thanks!

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