This recipe is so easy! It takes 5 ingredients and about 15 minutes to put together. The hard part is waiting the hour to chill these before eating them. It’s the perfect treat for any gathering this autumn, from Halloween to Thanksgiving!
This free printable Halloween coloring page will give your kids the creepy crawlys and have them super excited for Halloween. Hey there! It’s Liz. You may have noticed that I am a fan of free printables. I love designing and creating them. I especially love when I can turn my doodles and hand lettered art […]
Have you tried cooking hot dogs in a slow cooker? My family loved these chili dogs. And I like that everyone can customize them to their own taste. More chili, less cheese, no onions. You get the idea. All it took was a quick stop at Walmart and we were ready for a fun weeknight homegate party.
This friendship snack mix is a great activity to get the family together and talking about their favorite things. Check it out how Liz made all of her family’s different snacks work together for an after-school bite to eat!
Do you take photos of your kids on their first and last day of school? It’s fun to see how much our kids grow from the first day of school and last day of school, but have you ever tracked their writing and drawing growth? I had one of my kid’s teachers do this and I thought it was so fun to see just how much they’ve learned during the year.
Summer time is all about cool treats, fun in the sun and celebrating the red, white and blue. When it comes to cool treats, I’m all about quick and easy. These red, white and blue popsicles are super easy to make with only 3 ingredients.
Even though we won’t be stuck with schedules, I think my house gets a little crazy in the summer when all the kids are home all day. And I too hear “I’m Bored” way more than I want to. I try and collect some activities the weeks leading up to summer vacation to keep the kids busy when they are bored. Anything art related my kids are always up for. I have a couple of budding artists at my house. Crayons, markers, watercolors and a bunch of plain white paper will keep them busy.
I love getting together with my family to spend quality time together, laughing, enjoying each other’s company and indulging in some delicious food. Luckily I’ve never had to host a big Easter dinner or brunch, but I do have little kids that get anxious and impatient when it comes to waiting for everyone to arrive. I love having things available to entertain them as they wait. This free printable Easter word search would be a great addition to any Easter family get together.
My kids are all about helping me in the kitchen these days. If one wants to help, 3 stools suddenly appear in my kitchen with 3 eager helpers gathering around. Since St. Patrick’s Day is coming up, I thought it’d be fun to have them help me create a fun treat to get excited about the upcoming holiday. This leprechaun bark recipe is really easy.
Who doesn’t love the idea of easy family meals? Get dinner on the table in minutes with PF Chang’s Home Menu family size meals. Check them out on the blog today!
My kindergartner is just starting to learn math facts. So far she is doing really well and has caught on quickly. I thought it would be fun to create a math fact sheet centering around Valentine’s Day. So cupid counting was created. I wanted to create something that could be used over and over again and help understanding the various combinations in adding up to different numbers.
This mini cherry pie recipe is a perfect dessert for any holiday gathering. Plus these hand pies are so easy to make, the kids can help! Hey there friends! It’s Liz here and I’m so excited to share with you this easy cherry pie recipe. Pie just happens to be my favorite dessert of all […]