Recent Posts by Pam Gaulin
Fresh, light and oh so tasty! Fruit salad is one of my family's favorites!
To make the perfect mix, start with the freshest fruit available. For crunch and a more savory flavor add your favorite nuts. (If there are nut allergies in the family, or to be on the safe side, use sesame seeds instead.) Then add a sweet dressing and you're done!
Here are five recipes for your next springtime picnic or impromptu brunch with the neighborhood moms - all made with just a few basic fruits:
Berry-licious Fruit Salad
Rinse the strawberries with water to start the Berry-...
Making play dough is one great way to keep kids busy on a snowy or rainy day!
This easy play dough recipe can be made using hot water (instead of the stove) and contains all edible ingredients.
Best of all, the ingredients are inexpensive, and more than one batch can be made if you want to make more than one color!
1 package of powdered drink mix
1 1/4 cups white flour
1/4 cup table salt
1 1/2 tbsp. vegetable oil
1 cup boiling water
Fill a teakettle halfway with water and bring to a...
Throwing a big Halloween bash? Creep out kids and adults with some super-spooky (tasty) treats. It's so easy - you can transform everyday snacks and treats with small details and with clever monikers. From sweet and scary to savory and icky, these recipes are scary enough to wake the dead and liven up any holiday gathering!
Use your favorite cupcake recipe or take a shortcut with boxed mix. A box mix will yield 24 cupcakes, which you can transform into creepy graveyards. Frost each cupcake with chocolate frosting. Sprinkle crushed chocolate cookies to look like dirt. Dip...