Hey y’all! Jaime here with a super simple, semi-homemade breakfast recipe that’s perfect for Fall! My family loves apples all year round but there’s just something about having warm, cooked apples in the Fall that just feels right! And the only thing that goes better with apples than peanut butter is caramel!
Good morning! I am so excited to announce that I get to be a contributor over at Mom’s Test Kitchen! Each month, I will be sharing whatever strikes my fancy-a dessert, breakfast dish, main dish-you name it and I’ll be sharing it! This month, I’m sharing these Pumpkin Spice Drizzled Muffins that I whipped up for our Halloween get together. While you’re making those pumpkin pies, pumpkin rolls, and drinking that Pumpkin Spice Coffee, why not make some of these little cuties! Hop over to Mom’s Test Kitchen to see how easy and delicious these are!
Creating a Advent Christmas Countdown is something our family really looks forward to. We love to celebrate Advent, and really focus on the birth of Jesus and preparing our hearts for Christmas. Even though the kids get those fun chocolate Advent calendars, I also wanted to create this easy Advent Star Christmas Countdown using DecoArt’s Multisurface paints, as well as my Silhouette Cameo. So for this month’s Silhouette Challenge, I’m showing you how to use the trace function on your Silhouette Cameo. Later this month, I’ll show you the full tutorial for this Advent to Christmas Star. Today, we are going to focus on using the trace function with your Silhouette.
I was thinking back on all the Thanksgivings we’ve spent as a family and I realized — we never do the same thing twice. We once spent a low-key Thanksgiving with just our two kids (way back when!), eating early so my husband could go to work. We’ve driven to California and spent Thanksgiving with 45 people at a small cabin in the desert. We’ve crashed other families’ Thanksgivings and eaten all their food. But I can tell you — if we’re spending Thanksgiving at someone else’s house, the one thing that will send me into their arms, weeping with gratitude, is discovering there are things for the kids to do.
Today, I’m sharing this delicious Cinnamon Roll Coffee Cake recipe that will be perfect for Christmas morning! I originally served it at a shower that we hosted, and it was a hit! Since we hosted a brunch for the shower, I went straight to my Breakfast Foods Pinboard, knowing I’d find something fab. I sure did!
Hello everyone! I’m so glad to be back here this month to share another free printable. Have you all calmed down from the Halloween sugar rush? The candy is about gone in our house and now I can focus on Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is my husband’s favorite holiday and who can really blame him, right? Lots of delicious food and football. That would be what we call a Winner Winner Chicken Dinner but with turkey instead. Speaking of turkey, have you checked out my 12 Delicious Thanksgiving Side Dishes post? Lots of yummy recipes in there to go with your turkey. This year I decided to create a few free Thanksgiving Printables to dress up your table.
There’s really no magical age to take your child to Walt Disney World. Some families wait until they’re “old enough to remember”. Some take their children from an infancy stage and then for many times to come after that. We personally decided to take our boys for the first time when they were 4. Our daughter, on the other hand, has had the privilege to say that she has been going to Disney since she was 8 months old. So, how do you manage a very young child in the parks, while still trying to enjoy yourselves? And what if you have older children traveling with you? You want a magical experience for them too, right? So, today I want to share with you 10 Tips for Visiting the Disney Parks for the First Time with a Young Child. I’d like to throw a special shout out to Facebook fan, Taina, for suggesting this topic! Thank you!
Hi everyone! Julie from White Lights on Wednesday here again with another easy dinner idea you can make tonight! At our house, my Chicken Parmesan is the all time most requested recipe. I always make enough for leftovers so I can cook once and we can eat twice. This time when we had leftovers, I didn’t want to just do the same old same old reheat and eat routine. So I made pizza instead!
One of my favorite restaurants is Max and Erma’s. Rain or shine, summer or winter, I always get their Chicken Tortilla Soup and a side salad when I go there. It’s creamy, cheesey, and I love how the crispy tortillas and some crunch. The version I made of this tonight isn’t an exact take on it. But, it’s really good and comes close. I love a lot of things about fall, and one of them is the use I get out of my crockpot. In fact, most weeks, there are at least two crockpot meals on our menu….if not more!
Disney’s Beach Club Resort is located along the Boardwalk area of Walt Disney World. Literally steps from the World Showcase entrance to EPCOT. I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to get this post written-we stayed at Beach Club in June for our yearly trip to Walt Disney World, and we absolutely loved it!!!! My sweet hubby had gifted me a Walt Disney World vacation for my birthday….or to be more precise, permission to book one LOL! He has always wanted to stay at the Beach Club, and so Beach Club it was! It was FABULOUS!