Category Archives for "Recipes"

December 23, 2019

Easy Fondue Recipe

4 Ingredient cheese fondue

 Easy Fondue Recipe

I have a love affair with cheese. It is okay my husband knows. He used it to his advantage. I remember years ago he did just that. Yes, it is a bit foggy to go back years ago. When did I get this old? I remember being in college and we went on a date. You know the one where you put on fancy clothes. He put on a suit and I put on a dress. You could say our love was confirmed over an easy fondue recipe.Continue reading

December 21, 2019

Easy Butterscotch Hay Stacks Recipe

Easy Butterscotch Hay Stacks Recipe

butterscotch Hay Stacks Recipe

Easy Butterscotch Hay Stacks Recipe-Tis the season for homemade candy recipes! If there is one thing I love, it’s homemade treats! And it’s even better if it’s something that is easy enough that the kids can help me! I think it’s so important to get the kids in the kitchen with you. It teaches them what goes in to their food, measuring skills, and even some math! And while they might make a mess, at least you’ll be having fun as a family and that’s what really matters right!? Anyways, I digress, let’s check out how to make my easy butterscotch hay stacks recipe! 

Here is how to make my Easy Butterscotch Hay Stacks Recipe:

You Will Need:

  • 1 Bag Butterscotch Chips
  • 1 Container Chow Mein Noodles
  • 2 Tbsp Peanut Butter
  • Optional: Sprinkles

butterscotch hay stacks

Step 1: In a microwave safe bowl, melt your butterscotch chips until smooth. Add in your peanut butter  and mix until smooth.

butterscotch hay stacks candy

Step 2: Add in your Chow Mein noodles and mix until evenly coated.

butterscotch hay stacks candy recipe

Step 4: Drop spoonfuls of your mix on to a parchment paper lined baking sheet. You can add sprinkles like we did if you want! I add sprinkles to anything I can, ha! Then set in the fridge for about 30 minutes or until hardened.

easy butterscotch hay stacks recipe

See? How easy was that!? And they are SO yummy! Crunchy and crispy and perfect for any candy exchanges, treats for a classroom, or heck, just because you want some sweets! I hope you enjoy! You could also make this recipe with chocolate, white chocolate, peppermint chocolate, ect. So many different possibilities with such a simple recipe. That’s a win win if you ask me!

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Christmas Drink Recipe: Grinch Punch

Christmas Drink Recipe: Grinch Punch

Grinch Punch

Christmas is almost here ya’ll! This year we are throwing a Christmas party for our family and friends and I wanted to make a fun drink to serve at the party. I asked my daughter what we should serve and she said she wanted something “green because that is the best Christmas color” Ha! So I thought what would be more fun than a Grinch Punch!? How the Grinch Stole Christmas is my daughters favorite Christmas movie so we had fun making this easy Christmas Drink Recipe that I’m sure our friends and family will love. Would you like to see how easy it is to make? Continue reading

December 14, 2019

New Year Good Luck Recipes

Good Luck Recipes

good luck recipes

Do you follow traditions such as preparing Good Luck Recipes for New Year’s eve? Some cultures believe that there are some good luck recipes that should be served in hope of having more luck, prosperity and good health for the coming new year. We could all use some extra luck right? So why not try to ring in the new year with a feast of these delicious good luck food. Anyway, you’ve got nothing to lose but instead you’ll have a feast of yummy food to enjoy with your family and friends.

Here are some Good Luck Recipes to try:Continue reading

Christmas Painted Pretzels

Christmas Painted Pretzels


Christmas Painted Pretzels are a fun and easy snack (or homemade gift!) for the holiday season! My little girl and I made these to bring in for her class Christmas Party this week, and the kids loved them! It’s the perfect balance between salty and sweet. Your kids will love to help because they get to “paint” chocolate onto the pretzel, fun right!? It’s a simple process, and you can change them for each holiday simply by changing the sprinkles! Continue reading