I got so much interest when I posted these on our Facebook wall, that I decided to share them here as well.
Want to make your family smile on a Sunday morning? Serve them up a cheerfulbreakfast surprise, rainbowpancakes! They are simple to make. Prepare your favorite pancake batter as usual- then divide it amongst separate bowls and add food coloring to each bowl (I used 5 colors here but you could use 6 colors in the rainbow). Then, cook like normal!
Did you know that today is National Sandwich Day? In the spirit of the beloved sandwich, I thought it would be a perfect time to suggest serving sandwiches at your next party. Sandwiches are the perfect party food: Easy to make, inexpensive, easy to serve and eat, and kids LOVE them!
What about serving sandwiches to compliment your party theme? Here are two adorable animal themed sandwiches:
What if I told you there is a simple way that you can not only plan out healthy and delicious meals for your family, but a way to organize your meals and even print out your weekly shopping list? Sound intriguing? Well, not only is it possible to find simple recipes, you can in fact create a weekly menu planner. You’ve Got Supper is a free online meal planning site that is making your planning and shopping a whole lot more simple.
It really is free and it really is simple!
The meal planning process is a breeze. Sign up for free, get your weekly emails, view the suggested recipes, print the recipes and coordinating grocery list. Viola!
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!