PEEPS® Rice Krispies Treats Pops + Easter Printable

These PEEPS® Rice Krispies Treats Pops are a fun and easy Easter treat for everyone to share!

We love Rice Krispies Treats and actually purchase them in bulk (don’t judge me). The kids love them and to be quite honest, if you look at the ingredients; they aren’t all that bad. I wanted to make something fun for the kids this Easter and thought, what better way than to pair my favorite PEEPS®  with my Rice Krispies Treats! You like that rhyming technique? Skills.

Peppermint Brownie Cheesecake Trifle

 

All I have to say is…if you like mint, you’re going to LOVE these Peppermint Brownie Cheesecake Trifles. They remind me of Girl Scout Thin Mint cookies. Dellicious layers of no bake peppermint cheesecake, brownies and graham crackers, topped with whipped cream and a dash of sprinkles make this treat perfect for St. Patricks day. Especially if you’re looking for some green.
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Valentine’s Day Peanut Butter Cups

Everyone loves a little chocolate on Valentine’s Day! Sure, you can head out and buy one of those big fancy hearts, but would it mean as much as if you made something from scratch? What if I told you that you could make your own delicious peanut butter cups in less than an hour? 

Sweet Robot Valentine’s Day Cards Printable

With Valentine’s day right around the corner, I’m sure everyone is looking for cute ideas, crafts, and recipes. Well, you’re in luck today because I have some pretty adorable Valentine’s Day cards to share with you!

While everyone was sick in the house, yet again for the past week, I came across this adorable Robot on Pinterest and fell in love. I knew I had to make these Sweet Robot Valentine’s Day cards to share.

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Each printable is 8″x10″ and can be printed at home or your local photo lab. Enjoy!

Note: Printables/Images are for personal use only. Not for resale.

I hope you and your littles love them as much as I do. Aren’t they sweet? What will you pair these cards with this Valentine’s Day?

Christmas Tree Brownies and Betty Crocker Giveaway

Last week was nothing but volunteering at Bunbun’s school and baking. I was so exhausted! But for some reason, being in the kitchen is a stress reliever for me. Maybe because it keeps my mind busy and off of the daily stresses. But either way, it’s one of my favorite things to do. I don’t think you will ever hear me complain about being in the kitchen, unless its because I am doing the dishes. I despise doing the dishes. I’d rather cook!
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Holiday Blossom Christmas Tree Cookies and Betty Crocker Giveaway

With the holidays fast approaching, It’s always been my goal to be sure that my children know the reason for the season and that it’s better to give than to receive. I want them to know that it’s the little things in life that bring joy to others, and something so simple as bringing cookies to a neighbor can brighten their holiday spirits.

Baking cookies for the holidays has been a long standing tradition for us. We bake them together for some quality time and then bring them to our neighbors to spread cheer.

Want to spread your own cheer? Enter the two giveaways below for a chance to win $20 Pay Pal Cash!

This year, good ol’ Betty Crocker is by our side! My little guy is finally old enough to help in the kitchen with simple tasks and he loves it! It gives him a bit of independence and helps him to feel accomplished once he completes the recipe with me. He is such a sweetheart and loves to do for others. Even at 3 years old, he opens doors and waits for me everywhere we go. He will make an excellent husband some day. I am sure of that!


For our cookies this year, we picked up a couple bags of Betty Crocker cookie mix, Betty Crocker cupcake gems and kisses while on our weekly Wal-Mart shop. We went with the traditional Holiday Blossom Cookies this year, but added a little twist. Literally!

These Holiday Blossom Christmas tree cookies are quick, easy and done in no time!


Holiday Blossom Christmas Tree Cookies
Ingredients
  • 1 pouch Betty Crocker™ peanut butter cookie mix
  • 24-36 Chocolate kiss candies, unwrapped
  • Betty Crocker™Gold Sugar Cupcake Gems
  • 1 tub, Betty Crocker™Rich and Creamy Vanilla Icing
  • Green food coloring
Directions
  1. Prepare and bake cookies as directed on bag
  2. Remove cookies from the oven and press one chocolate candy down into the center of each cookie. Remove from cookie sheets and cool completely, about 20 minutes. 
  3. In a medium bowl or mixer, empty tub of icing and add a few drops of green food coloring.
  4. Mix icing and food coloring well, adding more color as needed.
  5. Fill a ziploc bag with colored icing and make a small cut on the corner of the bag.
  6. Pipe the icing in a swirl motion around the chocolate candy
  7. Sprinkle cupcake gems on top
  8. Store cookies in tightly covered container with your cheer printables
  9. Share with friends and family!

While your cookies are baking, don’t forget to print the adorable gift tags and coloring sheets for free!

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You too can spread cheer this season with Betty Crocker products! Click HERE for a coupon and be sure to download the printables!

Now, who’s ready for some Giveaways?!?!

I’m hosting hosting TWO Giveaways on this post, because I think you should #SpreadCheer too! 

 You are welcome to enter both giveaways which are for $20 Pay Pal Cash each! Giveaways end on December 31st at 12:00am EST.

Giveaway #1 (Easy Entry)

  1. Visit the Betty Crocker #SpreadCheer website to download the printables and get a coupon!
  2. Create your own #SpreadCheer basket and post a photo on social media. Tag two (2) of your friends in your post to challenge them to #SpreadCheer! Be sure to use the hashtag #SpreadCheer in your post.
  3. In the comments below, link your post and tell me who you chose to #SpreadCheer to.
  4. ONE winner (with a valid post) will be drawn from the comment section and will win $20 in PayPal Cash!
Giveaway #2
I’m giving away $20 in Pay Pal Cash for one lucky reader to #SpreadCheer this season! Just enter below!

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Peppermint Mocha Frappuccino

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Tis’ the season for family gatherings, parties and of course, drinks! We had a great Thanksgiving this year. The food was great and the company was even better!! I am so thankful for my family, friends and of course all of you.

Every year, as we get closer to Christmas, we get together with a few of our friends for a Christmas party. Sometimes we do a cookie exchange, secret santa and a pot luck. The latter, usually brings some great treats and a few surprises. It’s being with family and friends that truly make Christmas so joyous.
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5 Thanksgiving Books for Kids

As a parent, I often times find it difficult to explain things in a way my children will completely understand. Holiday’s are one of those times for some reason. I can explain the historical aspects, but not so well on a child’s level of understanding, if that makes sense. I tend to look for books that can help with this. Between the wording and the pictures, I find that it seems to click for them.

Thanksgiving is about more than just eating, but try to explain that to a 3 year old boy! Bunbun more/less understands now. My little guy however, just wants to eat everything on the table!
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Salted Caramel Pumpkin Pie Crescents

Thanksgiving has always meant so much to me. I have fond memories of our family being together around the table and sharing memories. I could listen to them laugh for days. It’s just pure happiness! I miss those days. They would be hectic, but we were together and that was the best feeling for me growing up.

Things have changed over the years. Everyone kind of does their own thing now and smaller groups of us get together to share the holiday. With everyone being in different cities and states, it definitely puts a strain on our big family gatherings.
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