Sunday, December 23, 2012

Famous Fudge


My Grandma use to make this fudge and it always a hit.

1 1/2 sticks of butter
1 can of carnation milk
3 cups of sugar

1 bag of semi sweet chocolate chips
1 7oz jar of marshmallow cream

Heat butter, milk and sugar to 240 degrees. Stir constantly and heat slowly or it will scorch.
After the butter melts, it will look like this:
Remember to slowly heat the milk, sugar and butter.
When the sugar, milk and butter reach 240 degrees, it is a caramel like color.  Compare the following photo to the first photo of the mixture starting to boil.

Remove from heat, and stir in chocolate chips and marshmallow cream.


Pour into jellyroll pan and cool.  Cut into squares and Enjoy!







Sunday, December 9, 2012

Pinterest finds this week


Look at this classy wreath.
http://indulgy.com/post/GusG2uIFD1/ornaments-a-styrofoam-wreath-a-glue-gun-a-woode
wreath by parkerbabe2

You can watch Santa feed the reindeer from Reindeer cam.


I had this tonight and it was yummy.
Mix Jello No-Bake Cheesecake mix with one container of Cool Whip.  Chill.  Top with a can of cherry pie filling.  Serve with graham crackers.


Another sweet dip from What Megan's Making. We love s'mores at our house.
S'mores Dip

Cute lunch box notes from It's written on the wall

If you want to follow me on Pinterest, click on this button:  Follow Me on Pinterest

Easy Stuffed Mushrooms

I love stuffed mushrooms.  I like the ones made from Hy-Vee, but since we don't live near one, I had to make up my own.
4 oz of imitation crab
2 Tbs of green onion
8 oz of cream cheese
12 baby bella mushrooms
1 cup of shredded cheese

First, I minced up 4 oz of imitation crab, and 2 Tablespoons of green onion.  I mixed the imitation crab and onion with 8 oz of cream cheese.
 I washed the mushrooms and dug out the inside of the mushroom.
 I put the cream cheese stuffing inside the mushroom.
 Top with shredded cheddar cheese and cook in preheated 350 degree oven for 20-30 minutes.

And Enjoy!

Here is a list of the Linky parties that I link up to.  Thank you to all of the hosts for letting me post my favorite recipes, crafts, money saving ideas and activities for children.

Sunday -
I heart nap time Tutus and Tea Parties Nifty Thrifty Things Navy Wifey Peters The Chicken Chick

Monday -
Be Colorful I Gotta Try this The Foley Family
Make it Pretty Monday diy home sweet home creating really awesome free things Sumo's Sweet Stuff Its so very Cheri  All Things Fee Sew Chatty Ninth Street Notions An Original Belle  Mad in Crafts Skip to my Lou The Gunny Sack  Mrs. Happy Homemaker Flour me with love

Tuesday -
Inside BruCrew Life A bowl full of lemons Chef in training Hey Mommy, Chocolate Milk
Home Stories A to Z Hope Studios Tempt my Tummy Tuesday  - Blessed with Grace Ladybug blessings  Sugar Bee Crafts My uncommon slice of suburbia Me and my boys Romance on a dime Elizabeth and Co. Back for Seconds Mandy's Recipe Box 33 shades of green The Winthrop Chronicles Claim Our Space - Tout it Tuesday

Wednesday-
Free Pretty Things JAQS Studio
My Girlish Whims Someday Crafts Domestically Speaking Ginger Snap Crafts  Seven Thirty Three Southern Lovely Trendy Treehouse Primp Rae Gun Ramblings Lil' Luna Lady Behind the Curtain Ivy and Elephants

Thursday -
A Creative Princess Beyond the Picket Fence The Artsy Girl Connection Made in a Day Momnivore's Dilemma Fireflies and jellybeans Somewhat Simple House of Hepworth Yesterday on Tuesday Rhinestone Beagle  The Crafty Blog Stalker Bear Rabbit Bear Crafts  Think Tank Thursdays

Friday-
Truly Lovely Home Maid Simple
Miss Information Delicate construction One Artsy Mama  It's a Hodgepodge life Whipperberry Stuff and Nonsense 504 Main Craft Junkie Too Chic on a Shoestring Decorating Living Life Intentionally  Simply Designing Blissful Bucket list Simply Sweet Home Thirty Hand Made Days Kitchen Fun with my 3 sons The Grant Life Simple Living with Diane Blach Diana Rambles

Saturday-
 Funky Junk Interiors
Tater Tots and Jello A Vision to Remember Cheerios and Lattes


Saturday, December 1, 2012

Easy Fruit Dip - Only 2 Ingredients




This is an easy fruit dip that I made for a brunch.
12 oz of Cream Cheese
12 oz of Marshmallow Cream

First, let the cream cheese soften for a few minutes at room temperature.  Then cream the two ingredients together and serve with your favorite fruit.


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