For me, this is the Holy Grail. A recipe for homemade eggnog that tastes like storebought. You might think I’m weird, but there are more of us than you think! My husband and I are&hellip
Food & Recipes
Here are some frosty (and not the cold kind either) winter inspired crafts to celebrate the holidays. 1. Pretzel Christmas Trees 2. Peppermint Candy Bark Cookies – These are the perfect kid-friendly decoration cookies&hellip
Here are some of my favorite lemon and key-lime desserts. Now more than ever with my pregnancy cravings. And so to torture myself and my obsessive need to suddenly indulge in all things sweet and&hellip
Alright guys, are you ready to drool?!? Because here are 12 of the most AMAZING looking summer treats around! Now if only I could sample each and every one of them! Ultimate summer punch recipe&hellip
Store-bought cereals can seem a little mysterious sometimes. They have long lists of ingredients, unusual shapes and colors that are probably difficult to make at home. That’s why it can be fun to make homemade cereal for once, instead of just granola.
The basic recipe for Rice Krispies Treats is easy: melt marshmallows with butter, combine with plenty of puffed rice cereal / “Rice Krispies,” and let it cool. For many creative cooks, the recipe is too simple to leave plain, especially since Rice Krispies Treats are so flexible.
Once you’ve made ice cream sandwiches at home, the store-bought versions seem so boring. The recipes can be quite simple too. There are basically three ingredients: a type of ice cream, a type of cookie and something special to give it panache.
Happy Cinco de Mayo! Like most holidays, the origins of this Mexican-American holiday are somewhat vague now. (Something about something in the 19th century?) What’s clearer is how fun the celebrations are. Besides the beautiful&hellip
Summer and ice go together like winter and fire. You can survive without them, but it’s not recommended. Ice cream, ice pops, and ice cubes not only help you to cool off–they’re also great treats&hellip
Hot cross buns aren’t the only type of traditional Easter bread. As an international holiday, Easter has a great variety of foods and customs unique to each region of the world. There are so many delicious kinds of Easter breads, for instance, that you could try a different recipe each year and never run out of new options! For starters, here are nine traditional Easter bread recipes that are worth trying.