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Slow Cooker Chili Recipe

Chili is my all-time favorite meal for the fall and winter months. I live for those cold days that only chili can make warm. I have tried many different recipes and loved almost all of them but my husband decided to try a recipe this year and it is our new go to chili! He ... Read More

Sparkling Pop(Corn)

Pop into the New Year with this yummy recipe the whole family will love! What You’ll Need: 3 Cups of Popcorn 1 Cup of Vanilla Chex 1 Cup of Pretzels 1 Cup of Dried Pineapple 8oz of White Chocolate (melted) Sprinkles to Decorate What You’ll Do: Mix all ingredients into a large bowl, cover in ... Read More

Champagne Cocktail Recipes for New Years Eve

New Years Eve and Champagne, they go together like peas and carrots. If you’re not a fan of the bubbly straight up, try some of these concoctions for your New Year’s celebration! Orange Sherbet Mimosa This would great for New Years Brunch! 1 Pint sorbet (blood orange) 1 bottle champagne Orange zest Mint (for garnish) ... Read More

We love incorporating our kids art into creative projects. We’ve mentioned before that using your child’s artwork to wrap some of your small presents throughout the year (Birthdays, Holidays..) is a great way to re-purpose and not have to actually keep the entire stash yourself. If you haven’t been saving all your childs precious art ... Read More

Hand Print Christmas Craft

I love the little crafts that involve tiny hand and feet prints. They make the best keepsakes and remind me of all the joy that kids bring to my life. Here is one of my favorite crafts that is fun and lets me keep those precious prints forever! Santa foot and hand Print Craft Supplies: ... Read More

Cotton Ball Santa Beards

Here’s a cute craft we did with the kids at the Christmas Parade at the Summit a couple of weeks ago. Our Kid Reporter decided to make a video showing how to make them..     What you need: 25-30 Cotton Balls per beard Card Stock Sharpie Scissors Glue Stick Tape Craft Sticks Xacto to ... Read More

Homemade Holiday Cards

Receiving family holiday cards are one of my favorite things about this season. I love hearing about life from friends and family and seeing how everyone has changed. Store bought cards are beautiful but in my opinion, homemade are super special! You do not need to be an artist to create meaningful cards for those ... Read More

Melted Snowman Oreo Truffles

As fun to make as they are to eat! Try these yummy Melted Snoman Oreo Truffles! Ingredients: Double stuff Oreo’s (they stick better than regular Oreos) 1 package of cream cheese White Candy coating (almond bark or something similar) Edible markers Mini Oreo’s Start by crushing your double stuff Oreo’s. I use a food processor ... Read More

Thankful Turkey Kid Craft

This is a really easy and fun craft to do with the kids this week as we start prepping for Thanksgiving. It did not require too many supplies and they were all available at my local dollar store. Supplies: Construction paper Googly eyes Feathers Glue Scissors Something to write with (we used crayons) We started ... Read More

Pine Cone Bird Feeders

Here’s a fun Old School Craft to do with your kids, do you remember making these when you were younger? What you need: -Pine cones -Peanut Butter -Birdseed -String -Scissors -Mixing bowl For the best results heat up tight pine cones in the oven on 300 degrees for 10 minutes to loosen them up. Spread ... Read More