4 Easy Ways to Make Edible Glitter at Home

So you want to jazz up your baked goods but you’re not sure how? Edible glitter - that's our answer to everything! Store bought glitter can get expensive and even worse, it can be toxic if certain items on the labels don't feel familiar. That's why our friends at Shari's Berries decided to try 4 methods for making glitter you can …
Airbrush Food Coloring

Cheers to 2017: New Years Eve Mocktails

In a few days we’ll be saying goodbye to 2016 and hello to the new year! Whether you decide to celebrate with your babes noon year’s style or stay up with them into 2017, they should be able to participate in the fun festivities. And what’s a fun event without a fabulous drink? Zelda and I made a …

Just for Santa: Sprinkle Fortune Cookies with Shots of Milk

Zelda and I were having a chat about what type of cookies to put out for Santa this year and decided we wanted to give him something a little out-of-the-box. We both know that Santa is the world’s biggest cookie aficionado, so we knew this was going to be a challenge. We passed over gluten-free chocolate chip,
Rainbow Sprinkles

Cookie Crisp Crock Pot Hot Chocolate in 3 Easy Steps

Zelda and I are in full hibernation mode on the weekends now that temps have dropped. She’s really embracing the holidays (she slept underneath the Christmas tree last weekend), so I’ve been finding ways to perpetuate her holiday joy. As we were watching Christmas movies on Sunday, I really started craving hot chocolate and found myself wishing I could make …
Crock Pot

Chocolate Spoons are the Best Thing Since Christmas

It goes without saying that things can get completely crazy around the holidays. Between Christmas shopping, holiday parties and squeezing in some coveted family time, it always helps to have a simple dessert recipe in my back pocket. Chocolate Spoons are my go-to when I need to whip something up quickly. This three step recipe is always an instant hit, …
Holiday Sprinkles

Stephanie Pascarella’s Zabaglione with Strawberries

Stephanie Pascarella is an Italian-Sicilian mama of two who says, “Holidays are all about family and food!” One of her favorite desserts to share with her fam is traditional Italian zabaglione, and I won’t lie, this is an alcohol forward dessert. If you have a sensitive palate or are serving this to little ones, I recommend removing the …
Dessert Dish

This Apple Pie in a Jar is the Only Dessert You Need to Make

The idea of making pie used to f*cking terrify me, not to mention the whole thing sounded absolutely exhausting. Rolling out the dough, making the filling, baking it, managing not to burn or undercook it –I’m tired already. As it turns out, becoming the mom of a toddler gave me a new outlook on baking, mostly because Zelda …
Thankful Napkins

5 Simple Steps, 1 Delicious Recipe | The Makerista’s Coconut Joys

Does anyone else think it’s crazy that we are three Thursdays away from Thanksgiving and eight Sundays away from Christmas? So while at first glance it might seem like it is way too early to begin holiday menu planning, it really isn’t. Thankfully one of my favorite babes, The Makerista, is not only an interior design rockstar but …

The Only Cookie Puzzle You Need to Make

It’s really hard for me to resist eating cookie dough and then when I do resist that urge, it’s even more difficult not to eat the cookies while they are warm. What I’m getting at is that if you’re like me, this recipe is a test of self-control. It’s also a godsend if you’re looking to entertain your babes for …
Mini Cookie Cutters

Celeste Wright’s 4-Step Pecan Pie

Celeste Wright is a lot of things – a cool California mama, social media whiz, blogger and wife. One thing she doesn’t consider herself? A baker. When we asked this Rad Mom what she makes for her family around the holidays she politely smiled and lovingly told us that she buys Trader Joe’s Pecan Pie. Her next confession? …
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