Banana Bunny on a stick

Easter Bunny on a Stick

I love to do different Easter candy recipes that are fun and yummy yet good for you all at the same time. Kids love this recipe because, let’s face it, any food on a stick is fun. Turn a banana into a chocolate Easter bunny and let the kids decorate his face.  Continue reading “Easter Bunny on a Stick” »

Red Velvet Peeps in a Nest

Easter Cookie Recipe

I love Easter! The promise of spring, the daffodils and hyacinths blooming, the warm sun on my face, and Easter candy.  It was always so much fun for me to watch my kids faces as they tore into their Easter baskets. Even more fun was dying eggs and making my Easter Cookie Recipes.  Continue reading “Easter Cookie Recipe” »

Trifle

Easy Homemade Dessert Recipes – Brownie Trifle Recipe

My son requests this every time he comes home. I made this easy homemade dessert recipe for Christmas but it’s great all year-long. In the summer this Brownie Trifle recipe is great with fresh berries. Continue reading “Easy Homemade Dessert Recipes – Brownie Trifle Recipe” »

DIY Red Velvet Bird Nest Cookies 3

DIY Birds Nest Cookies

Instructions

  1. Mix together dry cake mix, eggs, and oil. Stir until completely combined.
  2. Roll into 3″ balls and place on parchment paper 3″ apart on cookie sheet.
  3. Bake in preheated oven at 375° for 10 minutes.
  4. Let cookies cool completely.
  5. While cookies are cooling add 1 cup of coconut, 1 tbsp. of milk, and 3-5 drops of food coloring to a sandwich sized Ziploc bag. Shake well until all coconut is coated.
  6. Add icing to a gallon sized Ziploc bag and push to bottom corner. Snip off small corner of bag and pipe icing around cookies leaving space in the middle of the cookie for coconut.Red Velvet Piping Icing
  7. Add a small amount of coconut to the middle of cookie.Red Velvet Cookies Putting on the coconut
  8. Top with jelly beans.End pic red velvet bird nest cookiesn

Preparation time: 15 minute(s)

Cooking time: 10 minute(s)

Makes about 18 – 20 cookies

 

Glazed Ham

Homemade Ham Glaze

I made this ham for dinner and glazed it with my homemade ham glaze every 25 minutes. It was absolutely delicious. Smithfield eat your heart out! Continue reading “Homemade Ham Glaze” »

Medieval Times Jousting

Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament

I had the good fortune to attend Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament on April 5, 2014 @ 7:00 p.m. at the Arundel Mills Mall in Maryland. I took my adult children and their significant others and what a fun evening we had. When we first walked in to the castle we received crowns for our heads and were greeted by the Princess and a photo-op.  We got there a little early and 2 people in my party decided to have a beer. I must warn you that prices are not visible anywhere for cocktails and although you receive a Medieval Times mug, 2 glasses of beer will run you about $42 and refills are $7.

After being seated and receiving a flag to cheer on your knight, a commemorative program, and your dinner menu printed on your napkin, you are instructed that your hands are your utensils. My husband was in heaven.  We started with a bowl of soup and bread, followed by 1/2 a baked chicken, a barbecue rib, potato, and to top it all off we had an apple turnover for dessert. Believe me, it was more than enough food and I wound up taking home a full chicken breast.

The show was wonderful and we were amused the whole time. There is a lot of audience participation and very handsome knights throwing flowers to the kids and the ladies. The horses were spectacular looking regal creatures and looked very well cared for. The jousting was exciting as well as hand to hand combat with barbaric looking weapons. Very entertaining. I must confess that one of the gentlemen in our party spoke in his best Medieval gaelic and wore his crown all the way home in the car all while waiving his flag at passing cars.

So, yes this is fun for all ages and I would definitely recommend seeing this show and having a satisfying dinner.

Easter Pretzel Rods

Easter Pretzel Rods

My Easter Pretzel Rods are a fun Easter candy recipe that kids love to make and eat.  They can be made with all kinds of different candy. Use your imagination and have some fun. They can also be wrapped individually and given as Easter gifts, too.  Continue reading “Easter Pretzel Rods” »

Cinnamon buns

How to Make Cinnamon Rolls for Easter Sunday Breakfast

Imagine the smell of cinnamon and fresh rolls wafting through your house on Easter morning while all the little kiddies are opening up their goodies in their Easter baskets. What fond memories you will be making to cherish the rest of your life.  Continue reading “How to Make Cinnamon Rolls for Easter Sunday Breakfast” »

Sirloin steak soup

Steak Soup Recipe

Feed a family of four for under $10 with this fabulous Steak Soup Recipe. Inexpensive cuts of meat are perfect for slow cooker crock pot recipes and this one is a real winner.  Tender chunks of sirloin steak loaded with vegetables and a bite of potato.  Continue reading “Steak Soup Recipe” »

peanut butter eggs

Homemade Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs Recipe

If you have kids this recipe is a must! Kids love making treats and cooking in the kitchen. Homemade Chocolate Peanut Eggs recipe from Family Frugal Fun looks delicious and simple and just think of the memories you will share with your little baker.  Continue reading “Homemade Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs Recipe” »

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