Posts in the ‘Recipes’ Category
I had a friend who went to Cuba, and when he got back, he threw a party and made everyone mojitos to celebrate! It was the first time I'd ever tried one and I loved the fresh mint and lime flavor. It tasted light, bright, and summery.
So check out this blueberry mojito recipe we're sharing. It's still got all the zestiness of a traditional mojito, with a lot more bold fruit. And doesn't the blueberry color look so vibrant? Wouldn't your guests love sipping on one of these on a hot summer night?
It's 9pm and your daughter announces that there's a charity bake sale tomorrow at school and she has to bring something the next morning. What do you do? You make these easy Reese's Peanut Butter Cup brownies and all is right with the world. If only everything in life could be this simple!
These brownies are delicious. They turn out chocolatey, peanut buttery, and the best part is the chopped Reese's on top. I promise, these brownies will sell out super quick at the bake sale, which means more kisses for Mommy! Win-win!
Julie from Crowing Details is here with a delicious summer citrus sangria recipe, perfect for outdoor entertaining. Plus she designed fruit slice straw toppers to make your drinks look extra festive. Thanks, Julie!
She's included an alcoholic version and a mocktail version, so all your guest can enjoy sipping sangria on a hot summer day!
As spring is arriving (my favorite time of year!), check out these adorable carrot patch desserts. They're strawberries dipped in orange colored white chocolate laid on a bed of Oreo pudding! I think they're so sweet, perfect for Easter (your little bunnies will love them) and they make me want to get diggin in my garden!
I've noticed that recently, when we've gone out for Italian food, I've been ordering dishes with spicy red sauces. So I wanted to make one at home, and use it in a recipe my family would love.
Here's my pasta arrabiata with chicken ("arrabiata" is a fancy word for spicy red sauce)! It's delicious, wholesome, and so easy to put together.
Princess parties are some of the most popular on our site!
Here's an easy, budget-friendly popcorn treat to serve at your next princess party. You can personalize it with any color you choose, but of course we're showing it here in classic pink!
Have you ever wondered how to make homemade fortune cookies? Well check out this video and you'll see it's not hard. Plus there's a cool mug trick to get the perfect fortune cookie shape.
These would be great to serve at all kinds of parties because you can put your own fortunes inside. Picture disclosing a baby's gender at a gender reveal baby shower with a fortune, or sending your guests home with a cute thank you fortune, or as a creative way to celebrate a birthday girl or boy!
Want to see my go-dessert for the Super Bowl? It's my easy Game Day Football Whoopie Pies! I call this a "recipe hack," because there really is no recipe!
I used boxed chocolate cake mix batter, spread out ovals on parchment paper (they do stick, so I recommend parchment paper). Then I baked them for 8-9 minutes.