It’s the last weekend before Christmas and you’ve realized that not only are you very much NOT ready. You still haven’t shopped for everybody on your list. And you forgot about your kids teachers, that nice neighbour who always shovels your sidewalk, and your favourite co-worker who makes going to work more bearable. Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered.
Tired of the same old Christmas baking? These easy Chocolate Covered Rice Krispie Treats will shake up your usual holiday baking. The recipe comes together in minutes and is sure to impress. Your only problem will be keeping enough on hand for friends and family.
Do you want to host the party of your dreams, but find your space lacking? Never fear! This past weekend we hosted a party for 26 in a 1050 sqft house with our space and sanity intact. Here’s how you can do it too. I have general tips at the beginning of the post, and Christmas-specific ones at the end.
Have you ever looked at those beautiful images of charcuterie boards on Pinterest or Instagram and wished that somehow you could put one together? But you felt so overwhelmed. How do I pick the meats? What about the cheeses? How do I make it look pretty? What about keeping costs down?
You’re in luck.
I’ve assembled an easy guide to make your perfect charcuterie board, including some options for my friends who don’t eat pork.
Don’t be intimidated. If you’ve made a meat and cheese sandwich or set out a plate of cheese and crackers, you can do this.
P.S.- It’s pronounced char-koot-air-ree. You’re welcome. 😉
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Who doesn’t love a game of tic tac toe? Keep the kids in your life entertained with these adorable fall themed edible tic tac toe desserts. They’re perfect for a fall carnival, Halloween treat, or a fun Thanksgiving snack. Not to mention its a good dinner table activity to keep the kiddos occupied until dinner is served!!
No more “Moooooom, is it ready yet?” for you.