This will be the first Sabbat I've celebrated in a long time. I've really missed getting in touch with the seasons and the Pagan holidays so I've decided to try and jump back on the bandwagon.
We have some meal ideas already planned. We're going to have some corn bread (a recipe that uses creamed corn as well as a mix) and we're going to try and Raspberry Trifle recipe that I found to use up some poundcake we have in the freezer that we recieved as a gift. The recipe is as follows:
Easy Raspberry Trifle
1 Pound Cake loaf (if frozen, be sure to thaw it first)
1 package (10 ounces) raspberries in syrup (if frozen, thaw these too)
1 package (4 serving size) vanilla pudding, prepared
Sweetened whipped cream
Split the cake in half lengthwise and sandwich together with lots of nice raspberry preserves. Slice into 8 slices as you would slice bread. Arrange ½ the slices in a large pretty glass bowl.
With a spoon, glob ½ the pudding over the slices and use the back of the spoon to spread it out.
Drain raspberry syrup into a cup and scatter half the berries over the pudding. Add the rest of the cake slices, cover with the rest of the pudding and the rest of the berries. Drizzle the reserved syrup over the whole thing and top with whipped cream.
Feel free to try it with me. And by the way, this recipe comes from a great website for Pagan families Pooka Pages
My other plans for this weekend include a prosperity spell. I'm not sure on the type but I'm sure it'll be something simple such as a candle spell and some reflection and giving thanks.