I was watching Food Network with my boys and Trisha Yearwood made these yummy looking bars. You only need five ingredients, all things I keep on hand! You’ll need: peanut butter, 1 1/4 cups bag of chocolate chips, I used dark chocolate
I love giving handmade gifts and these ornaments are just lovely. You don’t need much to make them, just a few supplies and a little time. You’ll need: Paper mache balls, paper (I used sheet music and old french dictionary pages), Modge Podge, a small brush, glitter (I used both German glass glitter and fine glitter), paper & stamps if you want to add tags and
On a recent visit to Williams Sonoma I had a Pumpkin butter panini and it was really good, kind of like a little dessert. I found a recipe for a homemade pumpkin butter since the tiny jar there was about $12, I think. one can pumpkin 150z 1/4 cup brown sugar 1 1/2tsp pumpkin spice 1/4 tsp salt juice and zest of 1/2 lemon 3
This dish is a favorite of our family, we first had them at a little Italian restaurant. I looked up a recipe and modified it to match as closely as I could to the ones we love! First you need to make the Arborio rice. I did mine just like I’d do risotto. I made 1 1/2 cups but next time I will double that.
I was watching Barefoot Contessa and saw her make these little treats. I made up a batch for an after school snack for the kids. She calls them elephant ears, I always called them hearts. You’ll need puff pastry, sugar and cinnamon. You can watch her video on how to fold them here. Thaw the pastry, sprinkle half the cinnamon sugar mix on the counter
I watched my little boy ride his bike for the first time today, by himself, no help. I was filled with joy as I watched him. It was a moment, one I wanted to soak in, every last detail of it. The wind and sun, the smile on his face, the empty parking lot that provided us with so much room. I ran, and ran
I love little snacks I can make up in a matter of minutes! Beautiful little crostini topped with crumbly buttermilk blue cheese & drizzled with honey. If you like blue cheese, these are fantastic. My kids aren’t fans so I only have to share with my hubby. I think I first saw these on Giada’s show. You’ll need: sliced baguette olive oil crumbly blue cheese
Gotta love Pic Monkey, so fun to try out all their cool editing tools! I painted the inside black to give it some drama, the white ironstone really pops. The rest of the piece is a warm neutral from BM. You can find the color here. Right now it’s home is the front porch but I plan on selling this piece along with the other