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St. Patty’s Cupcake Toppers

February 18, 2019 — by Chelsey Bishoff

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Do we have any St. Patrick’s Day lovers out there? We love a day full of festivities and friends. There are always so many events to attend so we wanted to whip up a treat that would go great with the theme of St. Patty’s Day! How cute are these cupcake toppers? We made them to look like a Leprechaun’s hat. With a quick and simple recipe, you are sure to love these!

What you will need:

  1. Large marshmallows
  2. Green and blue food dye
  3. Black decorating gel
  4. Cake mix and green icing

Mix 2 drops of green and 1 drop of blue dye in about 5 tablespoons of water. Make sure to cover the marshmallow completely in dye.

Roll the wet marshmallow on a paper towel gently to remove any excess dye. Next, take the decorating gel and draw on the hat’s details. See photo below.

Bake up the cupcakes following the directions on the box. Place a marshmallow on top of the cupcakes creating the idea of a Leprechaun’s top hat!

Recipes

Chocolate Raspberry Bark

May 22, 2017 — by Chelsey Bishoff

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A little bit of a twist to your classic bark treats. Today on the blog, we will walk you step by step on how to make this delicious dessert that everyone will love! Seriously you guys, this did not last in my kitchen long. Before I knew it, all my family and friends had downed it! But I wasn’t complaining! This is a must make for Summer 2017.

Here is what you will need:

-Fresh raspberries

-Almond slivers

-Milk chocolate

-White chocolate

-Coconut oil

-Wax paper

Begin by microwaving the white chocolate first. Let cook for 30 seconds at a time. Stir in between cooking times. Use a dab of coconut oil to make it a bit more smooth and creamy. Once you have totally melted the white chocolate, do the same steps with the milk chocolate in a separate bowl.

Pour both chocolates, one at a time, into a baking pan covered in wax paper.

Use a fork to swirl chocolates together.

Sprinkle in your almond slivers.

In go the raspberries!

Place in the freezer for 30-45 minutes until frozen. Once done, break apart randomly.

Yum!

Recipes

S’mores Cookie Skillet

November 20, 2016 — by Chelsey Bishoff

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Cookies are a crowd favorite of any movie night in, but have you ever transformed your average cookie into one huge, delicious s’more?! Here we will show you how to make the easiest, yummiest treat for you and your friends to enjoy! We made a S’mores Cookie Skillet. The overall time for this is about 15 minutes. Sounds simple enough, right?

Here is what you’ll need:

  1. Skillet
  2. Marshmallows
  3. Store bought cookie dough
  4. Chocolate chips
  5. Graham cracker crumbs

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