EASY Nutella Cookies We love Nutella at our house and I am constantly looking for great recipes that use Nutella. We found this recipe and tweaked it to fit our family and I think you’ll love it too! Gather your ingredients: 2 eggs 1/2 cup sugar 1 cup nutella 1 tsp vanilla extract 1 cup all purpose flour Mix: Mix your eggs, sugar, and flour until well blended. It will be a bit crumbly. Then add your Nutella and vanilla extract. Mix well. Roll into 2 inch balls then press
Easy Greek/Italian Olive Salad I love this salad. If you love olives and salad, this is the recipe for you! You can add to it if you like. Grilled chicken is a great addition to this salad. Gather your ingredients: 6 cups shredded lettuce 8 oz Greek or Italian olive salad 2 cups grape tomatoes sliced in half lengthwise Salt and pepper to taste Toss all ingredients together in large bowl. ENJOY!
This is SO EASY and tastes GREAT! You can use this on biscuits, toast, crackers, or anything else you would use preserves on 🙂 This makes a great gift idea and if you live in south Louisiana; you should be able to gather oranges for free! The oranges fresh off the tree are the best because they have a thin skin. This is how we made ours: Gather your supplies: 2 oranges (the thinner the skin, the better) 1 cup of sugar 4 Tablespoons water A sprinkle of cinnamon 3
Here’s another super easy and fun Christmas craft that can be easily converted into a super cute gift idea! These are simply brownies poured into cookie cutters, then baked and decorated! You can give as many as you want! This is a great way to give someone a new set of cookie cutters 😀 THAT’S IT! Here’s how we did it: Gather your supplies: 15-30 metal cookie cutters (depending on the size) Prepared brownie mix of your choice Christmas edible decorations of your choice (M&M minis and Christmas sprinkles work
Hot Chocolate Snowman These were so much fun and easy peasy to make! This one will require the use of a hot glue gun. If you don’t have a hot glue gun, you can get one for $5 or less at most retail or craft stores, I use a very small one. Here are the super easy instructions to this fun gift craft: Gather your supplies: 3 ~ 4 oz baby food jars with lids 4 oz hot cocoa mix (I use the pre-packaged kind. They’re on sale everywhere this
Edible Peppermint Serving Tray/Bowl This is one of the easiest projects I have done for Christmas. It is very easy! You can make any design you like with the peppermints (you can use other hard candies for other occasions). Line a cookie sheet or pizza pan with parchment paper or non-stick foil and arrange the candies in your preferred design, leaving about 1/4 inch space between each candy to allow for spreading. I love using non-stick foil, plus there were some great coupons out last month! Place the sheet with
Peppermint Sugar Scrub You can whip this awesome gift up in a few minutes! We love these at our house and use them for our hands and feet! My girls and I love spa night with our peppermint sugar scrub. These are also great to set on your sink for your guests to use after they wash their hands. It will leave their hands feeling soft and smelling delicious! Gather your supplies: 2 cups of white sugar 1/3 cup coconut oil 1/8 (just a few drops) tsp peppermint essential oil
Photo courtesy of Mr. Pete’s Cajun SpicesMr. Pete’s Cajun Spices & Gramma’s In The Kitchen are sharing their Amish Friendship Bread! I decided to follow along! I love this bread, but have never actually made it myself. This is a great gift idea and great for teaching your children about baking 🙂 I will post a reminder each day and instructions to follow for that day. This recipe will make 6 large loaves of bread and take a total of 10 days to make. We will split the starter on the
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