Posts in the ‘Recipes’ Category
My daughter and I just finished reading the entire Harry Potter series together. It took us a whole year. Every night we would take turns reading. What a journey it's been, both in terms of the story, and for us. It was like for a year we shared our own special magical world with our own language and our own inside jokes.
So now that we've finished the books, we decided to watch the movies together as a family. (My husband had read the whole series earlier.) It's given us a new way to enjoy Harry Potter, and there's so much for us to talk about and debate as we compare books to movies.
Today we are sharing a delicious mason jar trifle recipe from Shauna at Ella and Annie Magazine.
Here's a fun spin on summer cupcakes. Turn your regular cupcakes into July 4th ice cream cone cupcakes. They're more festive and portable this way, and great for little hands.
This quick and easy recipe comes from Shauna at Ella and Annie Magazine!
To cool down this summer, how about making these rainbow Vitamin Water popsicles using this simple tutorial from Shauna at Ella and Annie Magazine! I'm seriously ready to eat one now!
Do your kids love Vitamin Water? Mine do! So I thought I would make some delicious rainbow popsicles using their favorite Vitamin Water flavors.
I wanted to pull together some of my favorite recipes from Catch My Party to help you plan your Memorial Day BBQs. These recipes are fast, easy, and definite crowd pleasers.
I've also included some free BBQ party printables at the end of the post so you can easily give your parties some style. Just print them out, grab your scissors, and start decorating! Check out the yummy recipes and free printables below (they're worth a look)...
My husband and I were recently sharing favorite food memories, and he told a story of how when he was little, and had dinner at his grandmother's house, he'd get to go into her refrigerator, pull out the chocolate syrup, and pour it all over his vanilla ice cream all by himself. He was so proud of himself and the ice cream tasted so good.
He said a lot of times it got super messy, but his grandma didn't mind. Aren't grandmas great?
This fresh and summery fruit and herb ice cubes idea is from Shauna at Ella and Annie Magazine! What an easy way to add a little color and flavor to your beverages.
Not only are these fruit and herb ice cubes so pretty to look at, they actually add a bit of flavor to a glass of sparkling water! These are perfect additions to your favorite spring and summer drinks. Such a simple idea will go a long way when entertaining your guests and you can get creative with what fruits and herbs you use. Yum!