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November 17, 2016

Easy Homemade Cornbread Pudding Recipe

Homemade Cornbread Pudding Recipe

There are dishes at the table on Thanksgiving that is a must, like, Turkey, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Green bean casserole and in our home, Homemade Cornbread Pudding! Everyone loves it, and there is never any left over! It is very easy to make, and I keep all these ingredients on hand anyways because it is loved so much in our home. It only takes about an hour to prep and make. It is one of the last things that goes in the oven because it is best served warm with maybe a little-melted butter on top too. Hope your family will love this Homemade Cornbread Pudding recipe as much as our family does.

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December 22, 2015

Homemade Vanilla Peppermint Body Scrub Recipe

Homemade Vanilla Peppermint Body Scrub Recipe

Homemade Vanilla Peppermint Scrub

Need some last minute holiday gift idea? Then why not make a homemade gift in a jar. This homemade vanilla peppermint body scrub recipe is so easy to make and smell so good. Just mix the ingredients and place in nice jars and add ribbons. You can also include a cute spoon or loofah, read our ideas on how to prepare gifts in jars. It’s a thoughtful gift that for sure friends will love as they de-stress and pamper themselves. Continue reading

Gluten Free Dairy Free: Homemade Dairy Free Ice Cream Recipe

Homemade Dairy Free Ice Cream Recipe

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I know school has already started back, but down here in the south we still have about a month of hot temperatures left in the year. (maybe even longer, the weather here is weird). So I’m still in summer mode, and when it comes to summer desserts, you can’t beat a cold bowl of ice cream. But as many of you know, I’ve been all about some healthy eating and ice cream doesn’t really fit in there. Or it didn’t until I discovered that I could make homemade dairy free ice cream quickly and easily! It’s only 3 ingredients and takes about 4 minutes to make. I promise it’s going to become one of your favorite dessert recipes! Let’s check out how to make it:Continue reading

June 17, 2015

Homemade Peach Preserves

Homemade Peach Preserves

Homemade Peach Preserves

I found the easiest recipe for homemade peach preserves and I just had to share it with you! Summer is the best time to enjoy peaches, and if you preserve them now, you can enjoy them all year long! You don’t even need any fancy equipment to make this recipe (unless you consider mason jars fancy!) and it takes less than an hour to make!

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Holiday Recipe Kids Can Make: Homemade Hot Chocolate Spoons

Holiday Recipe Kids Can Make

Homemade Hot Chocolate Spoons

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It’s only 10 more days until Christmas! Are you still looking for a fun recipe or gift to make? Well then I have something super cute and easy for you to try! I’m talking about my Holiday Recipe Kids Can make, this  Homemade Hot Chocolate Spoons! This fun little craft/recipe is easy enough for your kids to do, and it also make for a yummy treat and a sweet gift idea! My daughter and I made these Hot Chocolate Spoons for her teacher and added a gift card to a bookstore so she could enjoy a hot drink and snuggle up with a good book on her Christmas Break. We thought it was pretty cute and clever, ha! Let’s check out how to make them:

Here is how to make my Holiday Recipe Kids Can Make: Homemade Hot Chocolate Spoons

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You Will Need:

  • Melting Chocolate
  • Plastic Spoons
  • parchment paper
  • Toppings (We used crushed peppermint, coconut flakes, and marshmallows)
  • Plastic treat bags
  • ribbon

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First, Melt your chocolate. Lay some parchment paper on a cookie sheet. Dip your spoon into your chocolate and make sure you get a good amount on the spoon. You will be only using the chocolate on the spoon for your hot chocolate so you will want to make sure you have a good amount to melt into your milk!

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Next, It’s time to get decorating! This was my daughters favorite part of the project. You can use whatever you can think of for the toppings. We used crushed candy canes, marshmallows and coconut flakes! You could use candies, fruit, nuts, etc! You will want to make sure you do this while your chocolate is still hot and melted.

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Then, after you have decorated your spoons stick them in the freezer for about an hour and let them completely harden. Once they have grab some clear plastic treat bags and wrap your spoons in the bag.

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Finally, Get a little festive! Grab some Christmas ribbon and tie a cute bow around the spoons, stick them in a cute holiday mug (or unwrap them and enjoy them in a warm glass of milk yourself!) and call it a day!

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That’s it! A few simple steps and some sweet ingredients and you have a great holiday treat everyone is sure to love!

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