Long Time No Post/ New Breakfast Favorite

It has certainly been a while!  As soon as this week is over, I’m determined to get straight to Christmas decorating/crafting.  So, hopefully that will mean more posting! 

In the meantime, here’s my new breakfast favorite. It’s a DIY version of a gingerbread latte from Starbucks. My recipe is healthier and just as delicious (if I do say so myself). 

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup brewed coffee or tea (I used Irish Breakfast Tea in mine, because I tend to prefer tea to coffee - it works just fine!)
  • 1 cup almond milk
  • 1 tbsp. molasses
  • 2 tbsp. pure maple syrup
  • 1 tsp. cinnamon

Brew the coffee or tea and let cool a bit.  Then blend all ingredients in a blender until the mixture is frothy. Pour into microwave safe cup and heat to desired temperature! :)

mikeshinobi:

See this and more Thanksgiving-themed crafts at 99Crafting.net

mikeshinobi:

See this and more Thanksgiving-themed crafts at 99Crafting.net

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Healthy Mini Maple Pumpkin Cheesecakes! (recipe)

Gotta love delicious gluten free Thanksgiving options! :)

thecakebar:

Healthy Mini Maple Pumpkin Cheesecakes! (recipe)

Gotta love delicious gluten free Thanksgiving options! :)

iberiaurgentcare:

Need a cute treat for a Thanksgiving get together? Try these!
 ¼ cup butter 10 ounce package of mini marshmallows 6 cups crispy rice cereal chocolate sandwich cookies chocolate frosting (or any frosting tinted brown or black) candy corn Melt the butter. Add marshmallows and stir. Heat until marshmallows are melted. Stir in cereal. Let cool for 5 minutes.
While the mixture is cooling, twist apart sandwich cookies. Remove white filling.
Butter your hands and shape the gooey cereal into 1 1/2 inch balls.
Frost the inside of the cookie halves. Press candy corn into the frosting in a fan shape (for 1/2 of the halves).
Press a cereal ball into the frosting below the candy corn. Stick the remaining cookie half to the bottom of the cereal ball.
Dab frosting on a candy corn and stick it to the cereal ball to make the turkey’s head.

iberiaurgentcare:

Need a cute treat for a Thanksgiving get together? Try these!


¼ cup butter
10 ounce package of mini marshmallows
6 cups crispy rice cereal
chocolate sandwich cookies
chocolate frosting (or any frosting tinted brown or black)
candy corn
Melt the butter. Add marshmallows and stir. Heat until marshmallows are melted. Stir in cereal. Let cool for 5 minutes.

While the mixture is cooling, twist apart sandwich cookies. Remove white filling.

Butter your hands and shape the gooey cereal into 1 1/2 inch balls.

Frost the inside of the cookie halves. Press candy corn into the frosting in a fan shape (for 1/2 of the halves).

Press a cereal ball into the frosting below the candy corn. Stick the remaining cookie half to the bottom of the cereal ball.

Dab frosting on a candy corn and stick it to the cereal ball to make the turkey’s head.

One of my all-time favorite drinks: A Sidecar: 
1.5 ounce Cognac
1 ounce Cointreau
.5 ounce lemon juice
Orange peel for garnish

One of my all-time favorite drinks: A Sidecar: 

  • 1.5 ounce Cognac
  • 1 ounce Cointreau
  • .5 ounce lemon juice
  • Orange peel for garnish
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Yet another craft for work.  One garden pot, some paint,  and 2 lbs of Dum-Dums later and you’ve got your very own Halloween lollipop tree! 
The spiders are super easy as well.  Just some tootsie pops, black pipe cleaners and googly eyes to create some cute, creepy-crawly treats! 

Yet another craft for work.  One garden pot, some paint,  and 2 lbs of Dum-Dums later and you’ve got your very own Halloween lollipop tree! 

The spiders are super easy as well.  Just some tootsie pops, black pipe cleaners and googly eyes to create some cute, creepy-crawly treats!