My oldest son’s birthday is this week. Every year I make my boys whatever cake they want for their birthdays. This winter I made a dirt cake for my twins for their birthday and my oldest loved it, so he requested it for his birthday. I am very excited to make this cake again, as it involves no baking, so you don’t have to heat the house up in our lovely August 90 degree weather.
With school starting again soon, I’ve been searching for a few new options for breakfast. The kids and I get tired of eating cold cereal and oatmeal on weekdays, and would love a little break from the ordinary.
My favorite candy bar in the whole world is Heath. I am addicted to English toffee. This candy bar is the perfect mix of crunchy English toffee covered in delicious chocolate. So, when I came across this delectable sounding cake recipe starring my favorite candy bar, I just had to try it.
As I have confessed to you before, I am not a big football fan. There are many aspects of the game that I don’t understand, that don’t make sense to me, or that just plain bore me. I don’t understand why they stop the clock after some plays, but not after others. How does a game that has four 15 minute quarters last for three hours on average?
As you may already know from some of my previous posts, I love pizza recipes. It doesn’t matter how it is put together, pizza is delicious and a hit in my house. The easier and quicker it is to make, the better.
My family loves brownies. I have to admit that I make my brownies from a box. Yes, Betty Crocker, Duncan Hines and the Pillsbury Dough Boy are my best friends when it comes to baking. It’s not that I’m lazy, it’s just that I’ve tried making homemade brownies before and they just weren’t as good as boxed. I also am short on time, so this makes for a quick throw-together dessert.
For those of us who love the guilty pleasure that McDonald’s food is, we have an answered prayer. According to New York Post columnist Kyle Smith, the McDouble is a wonderful way to eat healthy for cheap.
With all the barbecues and parties I’ve been to this summer, I’ve tasted many types of dip. There is the always famous 7-layer dip, plain salsa, cheese and salsa and the ever beloved sour cream dip. It’s always the same few dips popping up at every party.
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