Halloween over…on to Thanksgiving! Wouldn’t these teepee cupcakes be adorable to have at Thanksgiving for the kiddos?? Plus they can help make them too and have unique and tasty way to teach about the history of the Pilgrims and Indians for your Thanksgiving party. I love creative people. I love it even better when creative people are willing to share their “how tos” for the rest of us to try like Christie from Sties thoughts do. The only thing more fun than making them with your kids is eating them. Happy Thanksgiving!
Now that Halloween is over, I’m all about everything Christmas! I’m already making my bucket list, digging some easy Christmas recipes and I have a fun share for you today. I would like to share Christmas Mice from coupons and freebies mom, these chocolate cherry mice are simple to make and require NO baking! They will impress every kid you’ve shared them with (and some adults, too). 😉
Several days ago, during one of my blog-hopping around the internet, I came across at amazing article at Kraft What’s Cooking. There’s nothing cheesy about it: this Christmas tree made of cheese cubes makes a charming impression. When the crowd arrives for holiday revelry, wow them with this wonderful Christmas tree cheese board made from different flavored cheese cubes.
If there are any leftovers, you can make cheese omelets or a mini-fondue.
Let’s face it, holiday meals just aren’t complete without a nice plate of appetizers. Traditionally, a “deviled” dish meant to simply cook something with spices like Dijon mustard or cayenne pepper, so no – these little babies from food jimoto aren’t possessed by an evil spirit. And guess what? Creating the perfect batch is super easy – this ain’t rocket science kiddos – but of course, you can always get fancy with some extra ingredients.
If you’re looking for an easy and adorable last-minute Halloween treat, these sweet pumpkin pretzels from butter with a side of bread will fit the bill! Aren’t they cute?! Couldn’t be easier either- melt chocolate, color orange, dunk pretzel. OK, there are a few more steps, but when the chocolate sets, the pretzels begin to look like Jack o Lanterns, which makes them even more perfect for Halloween. Instead of snacking on mini candy bars, try these pumpkin pretzels instead.