Heading into the holiday season and winter can only mean one thing… it’s time to eat! So much for that wedding diet, right? To help keep your recipes organized, and to brighten up your kitchen counters, make this rainbow recipe card box! It can be done in a few simple steps and you can even scroll down to grab free printable cards. Here’s how: Continue reading…
Ryan and I have really been trying to learn to cook this year, but there’s been something that bothers me about the process: running back and forth to the computer to check the steps of a recipe! Plus when we find a recipe that we like online, we have to search for a bit before we can find it again. So I said enough– it’s time for recipe cards! Continue reading…
Happy Halloween friends! As much as I love the holiday, we all know that tomorrow is really the main event since all the candy will be marked on clearance. But even still, over the weekend I threw a party and wanted to share the tasty punch we served!
This year has been so unseasonably warm that it was only right to make a chilled cider this year– though it would be equally as great if you wanted to serve it warm for Thanksgiving! Really, you can’t go wrong with any combination of apple cider and rum. Continue reading…
Popcorn is absolutely my go to snack. And while salt and butter will always be a classic staple, sometimes it’s fun to mix it up and try something new! This trail mix popcorn recipe is the easiest (you’re seriously just adding ingredients to the same bowl), but it’s also super tasty, especially if you love salty/sweet combos! Here’s how you make it:
What you’ll need:
– Popcorn (I use an air popper instead of a microwave)
– Sunflower Seeds
– Raisins or other dried fruit
– Optional: peanuts or almonds
Make your popcorn in a large bowl then add your ingredients. How much of each additive is really up to your personal preference. I found that equal parts M&Ms to raisins was ideal. Mix up and you’re ready to eat! Seriously, that easy!