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St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Pancakes are fun to make for a St. Patrick’s Day Breakfast. The kids will love this unique breakfast idea and have fun with it. There are just 5 simple steps to make Saint Patrick’s Day Rainbow Pancakes and take no time at all. And to add a special treat I used See’s Candies Chocolate Treasure Coins that the kids could eat after their meal. You can even make them for different occasions or just for fun. “PIN IT”  by clicking the PIN button on the image above! Get more RECIPES from ShortCutSaver here!   Save Print…

This Mint Chocolate Chip Shake is delicious and easy to make for anytime of the day. And the best part is that it only takes 5 ingredients or less to make and a little over $2 to make. So instead of heading to your local restaurant, save some money and make it at home. “PIN IT”  by clicking the PIN button on the image above! Get more RECIPES from ShortCutSaver here! Save Print Mint Chocolate Chip Shake Prep time: 5 mins Total time: 5 mins Serves: 3 Total Cost: $2.01 Cost per Serving: $0.67 Ingredients 1 Pint Mint Chocolate Chip…

With Valentine’s around the corner, treats will be made everywhere for classrooms and parties. I like something simple and easy to make so I used a Brownie Mix. Hearts are a necessary for Valentine’s but I wanted something more. I decided to add the Strawberry Jelly Frosting for the filling. These are so yummy! Ingredients Boxed Brownies Eggs Vegetable Oil Water White Frosting Strawberry Jelly or Jam Directions Make your boxed brownies according to the directions on the box. Once brownies are cooled, use a heart shape cookie cutter to cut out your shapes. Mix together in a bowl white…

If you are having a Halloween party in a few days and need some Spooky Halloween treats, check out the links below. There is a list of 25 Halloween snack recipes to help you with your party. Click on each link to view the recipe. Happy Halloween! 1. Halloween Deviled Eggs 2. Monster Cupcakes 3. Leftover Halloween Candy Rise Krispies Muffins 4. Butterfinger Caramel Apples 5. Candy Corn Marshmallow Pops 6. Poor Man’s Payday 7. Mummy Face Pizza 8. Cheesy Mummy Dogs 9. Monster Cookies 10. Spooky Pumpkin Pancakes 11. Panna Cotta Brains 12. Graveyard Dip 13. Monster Eyeballs…

With Halloween around the corner, it’s hard for the kids to not get too excited. My son loves a fun packed school lunch, whether it would be a lunch note, fun shaped food, etc. Here is a way to make your kids excited to eat lunch with these 7 Spooky Lunch Ideas with items you can make from items in your fridge or pantry. You can get more creative and use these Fox Run Mini Halloween Cookie Cutter Set. 7 Spooky Lunch Ideas Mummy Juice Box – Cut strips of a paper towel and wrap and tape them…