Easy EggNog Dip

This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Swiffer. All opinions are 100% my very own. I am always looking for easy but unique appetizers to serve my guests. I’ll be honest with you, I don’t have time to spend a lot of time in the kitchen. I’m a teacher by day and full-time blogger in the evenings.  Oh, I forgot I’m a mommy to the cutest kids on this planet, too. So I was pondering the other evening  {Read More}

EASY Nutter Butter Turkeys

These Nutter Butter Turkeys are perfect for holiday parties and Thanksgiving feasts. They even make a cute gadget at each place setting on your beautiful Thanksgiving table. Just add these cute Thanksgiving name tags and you are all set. Aren’t they adorable? The best part is that they are easy peasy! So grab your cute apron and your kiddos and get busy. Supplies Needed New Nutter butter cookies Chocolate candy quick or baking chocolate Fall harvest candy corn mix (or {Read More}

Homemade Popsicle Recipes that your Kids will Love

I love finding and making Homemade Popsicle Recipes for my family and me. Finding Healthy Popsicle recipes is a much better alternative than buying the popsicles that are loaded with sugar. How to Make Popsicles at Home You will need to purchase a popsicle mold along with popsicle sticks. I have found a few popsicle molds at Walmart, but none that used the standard popsicle sticks. Those work fine if I’m eating a homemade popsicle myself, but I usually make my kids {Read More}

No Bake Strawberry Dessert – Gluten FREE

I absolutely love making this easy no bake strawberry dessert for my gang. I’ll be honest, I’m not one to make sweets on a regular basis, but this strawberry dessert is so darn simple. Yet, so tasty. I like to stock up on strawberries when they are on sale. Check out the secret on how to keep you strawberries from molding so quickly. Of course, you can be creative and use any type of berries that are in season or that suits your {Read More}

Candy Corn Pretzels Melts

Oh my goodness! These candy corn pretzel melts are the best of both worlds. Sweet and salty, but so simple to make. I suggest you make them when your kids are not home and hide them. Not that this kind-hearted mama would ever do such a thing. I just think these fall treats are adorable. They are so festive, and you can make them ahead of time and store them in the refrigerator.  How to Make Candy Corn Pretzel Melts Ingredients {Read More}