What’s the best part of the holidays? Having your babies help you in the kitchen! My two-year-old wanted to help me cook and I couldn’t find anything for her to do that didn’t involve a hot pan, a burning oven, or a sharp knife! I took out the crescent rolls so she could play with the dough and that’s when this fun idea came into my head. These little crescent roll messages are so fun and the perfect project for any little one. (Note: I used regular store bought crescent rolls for this.) Directions
When I was grocery shopping I came across these gorgeous purple potatoes. I love getting excited about seasonal produce and changing up our usual meals whenever possible. In the summer I crave lots of cold crunchy salads, but in the fall and winter I adore getting my serving of veggies in a warm delicious soup.…
Get ready for your home to smell like a dream!I have a simple recipe to share with you that screams fall. In fact, I’m pretty sure you’ll feel cozy and warm all over just reading about it. Soon you’ll have applesauce baking in the oven, and an array of colorful leaves falling to the ground…
I had the most delicous turkey on Thanksgiving. You HAVE to try this the next time you are cooking a turkey. The secret ingredient is Dry Brine. You need to plan ahead two days, so keep this in mind.
Dressing up a store bought stuffing mix by adding a few extra ingredients is a time-saving way to make everyone’s favorite Thanksgiving side dish. No one will ever know you it came from a box!
When serving Thanksgiving dinner there are tons of ways to make classic Thanksgiving recipes. You can multi-task during the cooking process, with this alternative way to make a green bean casserole. While using the oven to cook, use the stove top to make this delicious side dish! Stove Top Style
Three cheers for fall! This past week was nothing out of the ordinary but more of a quiet wonderful all the same. I took my daughter to her second dance class of the season. The girls are so adorable you cant help but sit there with a smile on your face. We also checked out some local gymnastics places because my daughter is interested in that too. She has great upper body strength which she absolutely did not get from me.
Snap, Crackle, BOO!! Putting a little spin on marshmallow crispy treats, we’ve made a fun and delicious Halloween project you can enjoy with the kids. Be careful – all the neighborhood monsters will want some of these tricky treats! Monster Munch Ball Recipe Ingredients:
Are you looking for a fun and festive Halloween dessert idea? We’ve got just the thing! These creative “slimy” cake pops from our friends over at Stick&Pop is perfect for a holiday bash. “We think this one is really fun for families and for moms who don’t want to wrap pops but want to present something fun on a platter. Plus, it’s very forgiving in terms of how “pretty” the pops should be–the wackier, the better.” “Slimer” Cake Pop Recipe Ingredients:
I’m not sure what to say about this. I think the picture speaks for itself. This is my amazing guacamole served in a totally disgusting way, but I LOVE it! And the actual guacamole recipe is incredible. I actually pride myself on making excellent guacamole. You can always add or subtract (If you don’t like any heat take out the hot sauce. If you love cilantro by all means add it.) Guacamole is one of those fun recipes you can really play around with. And, the pumpkin …. Papa carved it for me. Talk about getting into the Halloween spirit! Ingredients