S’more Grahamwiches

S'more Grahamwiches

4th of July…it’s approaching. And all too fast, because apparently MotherNatureMinneapolis can’t seem to get it’s act together. Somedays I feel like I live in Seattle, except for the brief period I was in Austin for the BlogHer Food Conference (more on that later).

The Easiest Chocolate Dipped Ice Cream Cones

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Waffle cone or sugar cone? I’ll admit, I’m not typically a waffle cone girl, the sugar cones are just way better. …until you bring chocolate into the picture. These are now totally edible. Sorry sugar cones, you have been replaced. And then when you add chopped pecans, *sigh*. I love ice cream and it deserves [Read more >>]

Personal Vanilla Berry Cream Pies

Personal Vanilla Berry Cream Pie (in mason jars!) from Miss CandiQuik

Ok, maybe these aren’t sooo “personal” sized. Instead, you could grab 2 spoons and share - or not. They’re actually not all that much more than a large piece of pie. You know what, you could probably even freeze these and pull out whenever the time is right. Or bring them to work! Hey, you have to [Read more >>]

Patriotic Oreo Lollipops

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Happy Friday, friends! Forecast here for the next couple of days: 90 degrees and sunny. In other words, I really didn’t feel like turning on the oven. But I still wanted something sweet and satisfying. Whoever said you can’t have your cake and eat it too?! Speaking of ‘having your cake and eating it too’, who ever came up with [Read more >>]

Cinnamon Dessert Nachos

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Need vs. Want. Sometimes I have a hard time decifering between the two. Pinterest doesn’t help. Overall though, I’d like to say I’m fairly practical. I usually stick to what I need – like these nachos. I need. You need these too. Incase you need justification: Cinco De Mayo is right around the corner… Speaking [Read more >>]

In Honor of all our military soldiers…

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  In Honor of all our military soldiers who have died while in the service and those currently serving our country: I would like to extend the appreciation to our soldiers not only on May 31 but beyond. Officially marked as Memorial Day, May 31 2010 commemorates U.S. soldiers who died while in the service. [Read more >>]