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.
Can you believe summer is coming to an end soon? I’m just not ready! ? I’m sharing this super fun ocean JELLO dessert for you today so you can savor the last month of summer a little longer. It’s an adaptation of one of my favorite jello pretzel dessert recipes that I know you and your kids will love!
This Witches’ Stew is so great because it’s an activity and yummy Halloween treat all in one (perfect for class parties!). You read the cute poem as your kids drop each ingredient into their witches’ pot. I just used a simple black and white paper treat cup, but it would be really fun to find little cauldrons (which I think I’ve see at Dollar Tree before) to mix your stew in!
Hi my name is Kara (friend and neighbor to the talented Mariel) I am a SAHM to 3 girls and one boy and wife to my handsome hubby! I love the month of February! I love the “love is in the air” feeling, the cute decorations, the color pink, giving my favorite people something special, and the yummy treats!
February also reminds me of my sweet Grandma that recently passed away. She was one of the most loving and positive people I knew. I have great memories of going to her house and eating the yummy candy she would make for holidays. One of my families favorites is her English Toffee.
One of the cutest little creatures created for the big screen are the Minions from Despicable Me. They are so silly and likable! My kids love them. We are really excited to visit the new Minion Mayhem attraction and Super Silly Fun Land at Universal Studios Hollywood that opens April 10. I hear you get to become a Minion and can play in a carnival made just for Minions! Fun, right? In the meantime, you can bring some Minion Mayhem into your home by making these tasty Jolly Rancher Minion lollipops. This project is so easy – even little kids can do it! And, it only takes about 10 minutes from start to finish.
It makes sense that chocolate peanut clusters would be easy to make, but I think I never realized just HOW easy they are to make! I’m talking, it takes 3 minutes to prepare, 3 minutes to drop in clumps on wax paper, and 5 seconds to stick in the fridge. So, if you have 6 minutes and 5 seconds to spare, you could easily make peanut clusters.
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Happy 2014 everyone…hopefully it is off to a great start! After the holidays are done and the new year is upon us, I usually find that I have accumulated a pantry full of baking ingredients, haphazardly thrown onto the shelves in my haste to get everything done in those last crazy weeks of December. Then in January comes the resolution to be organized. But all of those ingredients! What is a girl to do but keep on baking? Today I am sharing a concoction that came together because I was trying to use up some of those pantry items so that I can get down to organizing. Please tell me I am not the only crazy person that does that…?
Toasted coconut and almond, chocolate covered, salted caramel matzoh candy. That’s a mouthful.
Well….it’s just about that time! Time for Halloween!! Which, around here, means enough candy to last the rest of the year. I don’t know what it is, but for some reason, my kids seem to come home with a bigger haul than I ever remember as a kid! And even though their dad and I go to town on it for a good week or so, there is always enough left over that I am convinced we will never need to buy candy again. And, for a long time, we don’t! Because after the first few weeks of candy-mania, we all tend to lose interest….and whatever is left in the bag is sure to be left there for a long time! But I’m thinking this year might be different. I’m thinking this year I’m going to have some fun with all the candy that’s left come mid-November! Starting with these White Chocolate Candy Corn Buckeyes.
Come read all about these fun Halloween treats and check out the 10th blog hop for 9 more fantastic CANDY themed ideas…
Hi everyone! It’s Melissa from Ellison Reed, here to share a super fun, FREE Halloween printable! Are you having a Halloween party or just need something to jazz up that candy you hand out to all the kidos? Well, I have the perfect printable for you. DIY printable Halloween Party flags! You can use the…
Hey, Everyone! It’s Cathy from Lemon Tree Dwelling here to share a simple and delicious fall recipe with you. I don’t know about you, but as soon as the leaves start to fall, my mind turns to all things pumpkin! Pumpkin bread, pumpkin lattes, pumpkin pie…..is there anything better at this time of year? I’ve been having a blast getting creative with pumpkin in my Lemon Tree kitchen….and I’m so excited to share this fun and festive recipe with you today!
There are some things that go particularly well with pumpkin…..like ginger…..and some things that go particularly well with everything…..like white chocolate! So, I thought, why not mix them all together!? And, since I love all types of candy bark, I thought it would be fun to make one specifically for fall. For all the pumpkin lovers out there!
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