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Making bunny cupcakes are a great way to celebrate Easter. They are colorful with a touch of sweetness and cuteness. I love how easy they are to make and the kids can help and create different faces for each one if they want to. Cupcakes are homemade but if you want a shortcut use the box mix to save on time. Enjoy! Bunny Cupcakes Makes 24 cupcakes Ingredients 2 C sugar 1 3/4 C flour 3/4 C cocoa 1 tsp baking powder 1 tsp baking soda 1 tsp salt 2 eggs, room temp 1 C whole milk, room temp 1/2…

This recipe had me at Oreo and Truffles which both are my favorite. Creating these Oreo Truffles into a Pot of Gold make a great treat for St. Patrick’s Day. Whether your kids are having a school party, a potluck at work, or just want a treat for home you will find these are easy to make. The kids will also enjoy helping out by dipping the balls into the chocolate or by adding the adding the sprinkles and rainbows. Enjoy these delicious treats! Pot Of Gold Oreo Truffles Yields: 1 dozen Ingredients 24 double stuff Oreos 8 oz brick…

It’s hard to believe that the holidays are here already. With that being said there will plenty of parties whether it be for work, friends or family. These holiday peanut butter balls recipe is perfect to take to any party and doesn’t take much time to make. They are rich in taste and hard to just eat one. Serve them up on a holiday dish and you are ready for the party. Holiday Peanut Butter Balls Yields: 3 dozen Ingredients 2 cups creamy peanut butter 3/4 cup butter (1 1/2 sticks) – softened at room temperature 3 1/2 cups powdered…

I love a good combination of sweet and salt and these Payday cookies do the trick. They taste just like a Payday candy bar and a great alternative to make. Now is the time to find  Brach’s candy corn in stores so be sure to pick up a few extra bags to save for when you are craving this Payday cookie recipe during non-season months. Payday Cookies Ingredients 1/2 cup butter 1 large egg 1/2 cup granulated sugar 1/4 cup packed brown sugar 1/4 cup caramel pieces 1/2 cup peanuts 1/2 cup Brach’s candy corn 1 3/4 cup all purpose…

It’s pumpkin everything in the fall and these Pumpkin Caramel Latte Cupcakes hit the spot. You get a little bit of pumpkin and a little bit of spice with some homemade frosting drizzled in caramel. Stop drooling and start making! I promise these taste as delicious as they look. Pumpkin Caramel Latte Cupcakes Cupcake Ingredients 1⅓ C flour 2 tsp dark roasted instant coffee 1 tsp baking powder 1 tsp baking soda ½ tsp salt ½ tsp cinnamon Pinch of ground nutmeg Pinch of ground cloves ¾ C canned pumpkin ½ C sugar ½ C brown sugar ½ C vegetable…

Celebrate 4th of July with a Patriotic poke cake as it is a perfect addition to the dessert table. It’s so easy to make and the flavor of the Jello-O, whipped cream, and cake is the perfect combination to a light treat. It is a huge favorite with my family and I am sure it will be the same with yours. Ingredients Boxed cake mix (water, oil, and egg whites Strawberry and Berry Blue Jell-O Whipped cream Strawberries Red food coloring Blue food coloring Directions Make the cake as directed on the box. After cake is cooled poke holes using…

Fourth of July is a great way to celebrate Independence Day and these Jell-O Firecrackers will be a hit at your patriotic party. The red, white, and blue colors are so festive for the occasion and is a treat that is super easy to make. For the cups, I used these plastic shot glasses that are disposable for easy cleanup. 4th Of July Firecrackers *Makes 20 approximately 20 firecrackers Ingredients 1 1/3 cups boiled water 2 – 3 oz. packages of Jell-O gelatin (Cherry and Berry Blue) 1 package of Knox Brand non flavored gelatin 1-cup milk 3 Tbsp. sugar…

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A no bake treat for Easter that is super easy and fun to make.  The kids can even make the Bunny Racers themselves, race, and then eat at the finish line. Bunny Racers Ingredients Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs M&M’s Mini M&M’s or any small candy Vanilla Frosting or any frosting you have on hand Annie’s Bunny Graham Crackers Directions Start by opening the top of the Reese’s eggs. Be sure to dip your knife in HOT water to melt away the chocolate and not break the egg. Using your frosting attach the 4 of the regular sized M&M’s on the…

Want to stay clear of chocolate for Valentine’s Day? Give these adorable Mini Cheese Ball Love Bugs a try as they are great for the kid’s classroom parties or the office. The kids can even join in the fun of making them. Enjoy! Mini Cheese Ball Love Bugs Ingredients Flavored cream cheese (you can also use your favorite cheese ball recipe) Shredded cheese (any white cheese will work) Butterfly shaped crackers Chow mein noodles or pretzel sticks Black olives Pepperoni Directions Add shredded cheese to a small bowl and scoop out about a tablespoon of cream cheese. Roll cream…