I'm so thrilled to tell you that I'll be over at my friend Marie's blog (Make and Takes) each month with fun craft projects for the kids. I've been a part of Marie's summer series for the past few years, but I'll be doing a monthly project over there now, and a few other fun projects as she needs me to as well, like this fun Spray Chalk project Marisol and I did last week.
We had so much fun creating these spring flowers. I'm sharing all the details on the fun new Spray Chalk from Testors over at Make and Takes so go check it out.
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Doughnuts are my jam. All doughnuts. Every single one of them. Whether they are store-bought or home made I will eat them as often as possible ... and sometimes that's multiple times a week.
Baked doughnuts are surprisingly easy to make too, and there are so many flavors you can try.
I love adding creamers to my coffee, they add a quick boost of flavor so you can use the same basic doughnut recipe (like the one I'm sharing below) and just change out the creamer flavor and the icing. Not only is International Delight a delicious addition to your morning cup of coffee (and it's my staple every morning), but it's also fabulous for adding flavor to your baked goods too.
This recipe makes approximately 32 mini Caramel Macchiato Doughnuts.
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Busy nights in this house require quick and easy meals that don't involve a lot of clean-up afterward. So more often than not on nights when the kids have after school activities on then I either pull the slow cooker out, or it's a one-pan kind of night.
This one-pan pork tenderloin with bacon and apples takes about 45 minutes to make from start to finish (including preparation time), and is juicy, and oh-so-tasty.
Serves: approximately 5-6 people depending on service size
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