I don’t mess around when it comes to cake hacks. I’m all about ease. After all, isn’t that the whole point to this cake hack business anyway? And today’s cake hack might be the easiest one to date. This spray painted cake will prove that spray paint isn’t just for your DIY projects!
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I’m always on the hunt for healthy, quick, and easy dinner recipe ideas. Don’t get me wrong, I do like taking the time to prepare a fancy meal here and there, but during the week, after work, the last thing I want to do is spend hours in the kitchen slaving away over dinner. Especially with Summer here, I’d much rather be outside in the sunshine playing! Since I’m all about a yummy recipe, I figured it was only fair to share one of my very fave quick meals with you guys! (Trust me…you’ll thank me later!)
This recipe for chicken rice bowls is so easy to make, healthy, filling, delicious, and the perfect quick meal to prep in the Summer (or anytime!) when you just want to get outside! [Read more…]
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Hot dogs are a summer and barbecue staple. I don’t see them going anywhere anytime soon. But that good old classic hot dog can get a little boring sometimes. So today, I’m sharing an easy recipe to turn those boring dogs into something unexpected and delicious! These grilled hawaiian teriyaki hot dogs are really easy to throw together and add a fresh and tropical flavor to the menu! These little babies are perfect to serve up for the 4th of July this year!
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One of the hardest parts of entertaining, in my opinion, is planning the menu. It takes a long time to sift through recipes, finalize a menu that is cohesive, and then figure out how to pull it all off without slaving away in the kitchen all day or during your entire event. It’s easy to get caught up in the planning and go overboard, taking on more than you can handle, but I’m going to help you guys out today with a super quick and easy TRISCUIT appetizer recipe that will impress your guests and give a sophisticated edge to a menu item that none of your guests will realize only took you minutes to prepare! Plus, it also happens to be delicious!
Whether you are planning a fancy dinner party, just have friends dropping by, or if you have a handful of toppings that you want to experiment with, TRISCUIT crackers are sooo easy to create with. Whether you add a slice, a dollop, or a sprinkle, you can Make ‘Scuit Happen anywhere, anytime!
I love the feeling of a new year. It just seems to ooze the possibility of a new start, a clean slate, a fresh beginning. Everyone is back on the same playing field. Well, everyone that is just barely starting to get back into the habit of something new, that is. For all of you that have just kept doing what you’ve been doing all along and are now sitting back and laughing at the rest of us struggle to get through a full class at Cardio Barre, you don’t count. And yes, I may be speaking from personal experience.
Either way, anything that helps to spark a positive change, is a-ok in my book. I am trying to get back into a healthy workout and eating regimine and really want to get some things organized around my house. I feel like my entire life is in pure choas when things don’t have a set place to go and when I can’t find what I need when I need it. Yep, 2016 is going to be a year of progression for me. Health and wellness progress and organization and home project progress. Are you guys trying to make some changes in your lives this year? If so, what are you trying to accomplish in 2016?
If your goal is to eat more ice cream, then today’s post will totally help you achieve that goal! I’m sharing an easy recipe for chocolate cherry ice cream and let me just say, that it really is THAT GOOD.
Christmas is next week and it’s almost time to dust off your plate, put a batch of cookies in the oven, and make sure there is enough milk in the fridge for the big guy. You know, the one in red. Santa Claus!
But it seems like there are a few others that seem to get forgotten about when we leave all of the treats out on Christmas Eve. There happen to be eight other important members of the team that often get overlooked. Know who I’m talking about…? Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, and Blitzen. Oh, and Rudolph! We can’t forget about him!
So today, I’m sharing a super simple last minute recipe and DIY for Reindeer food that you can make with the kids to prepare for Santa’s arrival!
Today, I’m sharing the first DIY from the gold Thanksgiving table design I put together earlier on the blog. (If you missed it, you can find the post here).
These mixed metallic polka dot placemats add a fun pop of color to an otherwise neutral table, are a cinch to make, and also allow you to mix and match your dinnerware, depending on what metals you have! I chose to go with gold accents for this design, but you could just as easily switch out the gold for silver or copper as well. Just another reason why I love incorporating mixed metals into my designs. Variety and options are never a bad thing!
The polka dots also add a little bit of whimsy to the table, while still keeping things classy and elegant.
They are definitely an easy way to add a little bit of fun to an otherwise stuffy Thanksgiving dinner table.
Whether you plan to be the host or just plan to attend this year, having some easy appetizer recipes in your back pocket can come in super handy. (You never know when you’ll be asked to bring a dish!)
I usually spend Thanksgiving with family, but there are a number of friendsgiving’s that I usually attend too and I almost always bring an appetizer to share.
These mini thanksgiving bites are such easy appetizers to make and give guests a perfect little bite of thanksgiving, before the big meal comes along. And with only a small little taste, it also means no turkey coma!