Looking for something fun to do on St Patricks Day morning? Well, if you want to do more than a Lucky Charms treat for St Patricks Day food, consider this greenpancake recipe!
Nothing fancy here, simply add green gel food coloring to your favorite pancake recipe. Cook as normal, stack em’ up and serve!
Hostess Tip: You can always make pancakes ahead of time and freeze. Since St Patrick’s Day is on a school/work day this year (which are really busy mornings in our home!), I made these up and put them in the freezer. Then, all I have to do is pop in the microwave for 2 minutes and serve.
Looking for a little something thoughtful to do for the kiddos on Saint Patrick’s Day? This is what I have planned for my girls – a little simpleSt Patricks day food! This will be an extra special treat to wake up to because they never get to have “sugary” cereal for breakfast (it’s dessert in our house!).
Glass jars filled with green milk (of course!). Cupcake liners filled with Lucky Charms cereal. On the breakfast tray, I’ve placed a little love note to my two daughters that reads “I’m over the rainbow in love with you girls.” **UPDATED to include printable sign (end of post).
In each jar, a yellow and white striped paper straw.
A close up of the cereal cups and also mini cupcake liners filled with donut holes. What more could a lucky leprechaun ask for?
Many of you have asked what is on my Superbowl menu this year, so I wanted to share my favorite Superbowl food with you all. There will be several appearance, but these 4 recipes are the main attraction!
These are my favorite football-food recipes. I’ve included all the links below in case you’d like to give them a try!
Pulled Pork Sandwiches topped with Tangy Coleslaw (recipe)
Looking for a simple cocktail to serve your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day? Or just something decadent to try yourself? You’ll love this simple Chocolate Martini.
-3 oz Chocolate Raspberry Vodka (I used Godiva)
-Raspberries for Garnish
*Swirl chocolate syrup in the martini glass and place in the freezer. this lets the chocolate set up so it doesn’t mix in immediately when you pour in the vodka. Once set, shake vodka over ice and strain into martini glass. Garnish with raspberries.