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How are you my dear friends? How was your weekend? If you follow me on social media, then you probably saw me talking about the new Country Time Lemonade Starter beverage mix, as well as the demo happening at Walmart stores across the country. I also hinted that I’m baking something with it. So today, I am sharing with you my lemon bar recipe with the Classic Lemonade flavor!
This Summer Pasta Recipe shop post has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #StartSummer and #CollectiveBias
The longing of summer entails copious amounts of party planning. Backyard BBQ, pool parties, picnics by the lake or shore – the plans are endless. Right now, I’m salivating over corn on a stick, watermelon, freshly grilled fajitas, and some light and refreshing summer pasta! So for today, I thought I’d share with you this super easy, done-in-30 minutes, no-meat pasta dish that you can pair with all the grilling summer has in store for you. If you’ve got vegetarian friends, this is perfect to serve at your summer parties. They can eat this, while your non-vegan friends can top it off with the meats you’re grilling. Everybody wins!
So late last year (hides my face in shame), I posted a photo of a fruit crepe that I made that night. Someone asked if it was easy to make and I sure told her it was. I also promised a recipe. And umm… a couple months have passed, and I have yet to post the recipe until now (hides my whole body in shame – so sorry). So finally, here it is. The thing is, I took some photos way, way, way back… and then our external hard drive took a hit and I lost thousands of photos (sniff) including those of this crepe. I was going to use it for this recipe post. But oh well. Luckily, I found this SINGLE photo in one of my old posts. So if you are ready to make some crepes, the recipe is below.
It’s the Fourth of July and what better way to celebrate than with a delicious Aloha Almande Cocktail recipe from Baileys? I’ve got my red dress. I got my blue sandals. Now, I’m getting my white drink, thanks to Baileys Almande.
Today at STYLEanthropy at Home, let’s take your summer entertaining skills up a notch with these Octo Hotdogs recipe. What? Octohotdogs? Octopus hotdogs? Octopus-shaped hotdogs! Basically, they’re just corn dogs but shaped like an octopus. They are perfect for your backyard BBQ’s, pool parties, picnics and more. Let’s begin, shall we?
This Spring Salad with Hormel Pepperoni shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #PepItUp #CollectiveBias
The warmer and brighter days are finally here. Ahhhh… flowers blooming, fresh fruits ready for the taking, backyard partying, patio dining… the fun possibilities are endless. Thus, the warmer season has inspired me to create a light and fresh Spring Salad with Hormel Pepperoni. It combines a mix of melon, honey dew and mint for that crisp and refreshing bite. But adding in cheese and pepperoni gives this salad a salty kick for a delicious appetizer or side. I actually ate this for breakfast and it got me fueled up for the day. And if you have kids that you are training to eat salads, the pepperoni may just be the stepping stone.
Today at STYLEanthropy at Home, let’s make this Cauliflower Buffalo Wings recipe that’s only 115 calories! Say what? Yup, you read that right. A typical buffalo wings order is over 1100 calories. So this is almost just a tenth of that. Can you imagine? And I promise you, don’t dismiss this until you’ve actually tried it. I swear, it is that good!
Today at STYLEanthropy, let’s bake Apple Pie in honor of Pi Day, March 14! Okay, a little bit of a trivia before anything else. Back in my middle school days, I was the President of the Math, Science and Computer Club in school. I know, I know. Totally a Geekster here. Just wanted to give you a background so you know why I’m celebrating Pi Day! Haha! Okay, moving on…
Today at STYLEanthropy, let’s cook this Grilled Fish with Citrus Sauce. Since it’s Lenten Season, I thought I’d share with you this recipe I discovered from Martha Stewart years ago while searching for more seafood dishes. You can use cod, trout, salmon or any kind of fish you’d like. It’s the sauce that gives it a refreshing flavor, whatever fish you prefer. Let’s get cooking.