Archive of ‘Eat & Drink’ category

Back to School Treat: Candy Apple Cake Pops!

Get the kids in that back-to-school spirit with these adorable candy apple pops (minus the apple)! Bakerella has done it again, creating these equally cute and yummy cake pops. Get everyone in the kitchen and create these before summer is over and the school bell rings!

So cute! Almost gets you in the mood for homework, right? Okay, maybe not- but does make you hungry.

I love these apple pops, a touch of personality! If you want to see more photos and learn how to make these candy apple cake pops, check out Bakerella’s instructions. Enjoy!

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Cocktail Time: Patriotic Style!

Looking for a fun and festive red, white, and blue cocktail? Check out these patriotic beverages put together over at Simply Stated today.

How refreshing and fun do these look? 1. Fourth of July Cocktail 2. Strawberry Sucker 3. Watermelon Mint Cooler 4. Patriotic Margarita 5. red, White and Blue HYPNOTIQ Blue Martini

You can check out the recipes for these drinks over at the Simply Stated Blog… which one will you make? I am eyeing #1 myself.

 

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Star Spangled Cupcakes

If you are looking for a great dessert for your 4th of July celebration that is simple yet fun and festive…check out these cupcakes!

Pair a star sugar cookie with a yummy cupcake and there you have it- the perfect patriotic treat!

Check out how to make these over at a fabulous blog, inchmark. I am sure you will find many other great ideas while you’re looking around!

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Watermelon Cooler {Sweet}!

If you’re like me, you enjoy a cool and refreshing drink on those hot summer days. I recently hosted a summer patio party and served these fresh watermelon coolers. The result? Rave reviews! Not too sweet, very refreshing, and festive- they were a huge hit!

What You’ll Need

1/2 Watermelon (seedless)
16 ounces lemonade
12 ounces tequila (vodka or rum can be substituted)

What To Do

-Cut watermelon into small chunks. Place in food processor or blender to make watermelon juice. Strain through a mesh strainer to remove pulp
-Mix watermelon juice, lemonade, and alcohol of choice on a pitcher
-Serve over ice
Garnish with blueberries if desired

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Jicama and Watermelon Salad


What you’ll need:

1/2 cup fresh orange juice, plus 1 teaspoon zest
1/4 cup fresh lime juice, plus 1 teaspoon zest
2 tablespoons honey
1 teaspoon ground black pepper
Kosher salt
1 jicama, cut into matchstick pieces
4 cups watermelon in 2-inch chunks
1/3 cup roughly torn fresh mint leaves

What to do:

Whisk together juices, honey, pepper and salt in a large bowl. Add the jicama, watermelon and mint and toss to coat.

{recipe and photo via foodnetwork.com and Bobby Flay}

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