Even though our kids are teenagers now, I thought I’d have a little fun anyway and create a free printable for an easy Valentine to share with classmates. These cute Valentine’s Day cards are simple to make and pretty inexpensive too.
I’ve found that the majority of what I’m loading and unloading are drinking glasses, and not because we’re consuming large amounts of liquid, but because no one can remember which glass is theirs, so they get another one, therefore a menagerie of drinking glasses can usually be found at our house. That is up until now. I think I’ve found the solution.
I was short on time and thought of the Chocolate Dipped Marshmallows from an earlier post that would be perfectly pretty in pink, and a super easy sweet treat that can be jazzed up using a combination of sprinkles, nonpareils, and/or royal icing. They really are a cute way to add a little pizzazz to a plain marshmallows.
Like many of you, I was never the proud owner of an Easy-Bake Oven when I was younger. Maybe the fact that I was a tomboy had something to do with it? I dunno. I think if my parents knew that I secretly wanted one to play with when it was raining outside and…
These fun Fruity Rice Krispies Kebabs with fresh fruit flavors make original Rice Kripies Treats really snap, crackle, POP. We used powdered drink mix to create a strawberry and kiwi flavored treat. Then we threaded fruity Rice Krispies Treat cutouts and fresh fruit, onto wooden skewers, for a fun and healthy snack or dessert. These kebabs are a wonderful addition to any cookout; no cutlery required!
Snap! Crackle! Pop! Cheep! Cheep! For the past couple of weeks some friends and I have had the pleasure of playing with Rice Krispies Treats, creating little critters and such. Rice Krispies® began a friendly, year-long challenge with four teams across the nation for the Rice Krispies® Making Memories Challenge. Along with Julie from Mommie…
During a recent trip to Ambergris Caye, Belize, an island off of mainland Belize, we went on a snorkeling/ fishing trip for a day with our guide Oliver, his assistant, Alex, and two other couples from Texas. As I shared in “A Day on the Sea. Part I: The Food,” the food was fresh and unforgettable. The rest of that day was just as memorable.