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Dessert for Nine – Banana Split Bites {A Guest Post By @3kidsandus} Hello there!

Dessert for Nine – Banana Split Bites {A Guest Post By @3kidsandus}

If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to my RSS feed for updates. Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by. Come back soon! Cat Davis is the professional mom blog author of 3 Kids and Us where she shares her life as a police officer’s wife, mom to three young children, love of traveling Illinois, family recipes and serving as a mom brand ambassador through product reviews. You can find Cat on twitter @3kidsandus One thing people quickly learn about me is my profound love for cooking, baking and creating desserts. As quickly as my skill set grew, so did the place settings at the family dinner table. With this dessert you can satisfy the sweet tooth of any sized family, make it in less than 15 minutes in 5 simple steps and create a nice variety for the picky little people in your life. What You’ll Need: Cut bananas into thirds, without peeling the bananas.

The Domestic Mama & The Village Cook. Oh baby.

The Domestic Mama & The Village Cook

Oh yes. You can have your dough and eat it too. How to Make Chocolate Ice-cream Cups Using Balloons - Funny Mike. Fat Bomb Smoothie: The Ultimate "Energy Drink" Hot Chocolate Spoons for your dipping pleasure. By Marie LeBaron As January is here and the cold wintry season is in full effect, we’re warming up with some hot cocoa.

Hot Chocolate Spoons for your dipping pleasure

But the best part is, dipping our Hot Chocolate Spoons into it! These spoons are easy to make and fun to eat, helping beat those winter blues! Supplies for Hot Chocolate Spoons: – spoons, plastic work best – chocolate chips, regular and mini chips – marshmallows – coconut, shredded and sweetened – peanut butter chips – butterscotch chips – crushed candy canes – wax paper – plate Have your supplies out ready to go. Heat up your chocolate chips for spoon dipping first. Once your chocolate is melted, dip your spoon into the bowl. When you’ve got your spoons dipped, it’s time to decorate them. Sweet Treat: These Oreo Owls are a Hoot! Pie Favors in a Jar {Recipes} Just like “on a stick”, everything gets infinitely cuter when layered inside a mason jar and tied with a simple ribbon or tag. Favors are no exception! So make these delicious fruity pies in mini mason jars (or regular size!)

Then sit back and listen to your guests “ooh” and “aah” over how darn cute you are! Pie Crust Dough 2 12 oz. cans of cherry, apple or your favorite pie filling (Or mix blueberry and cherry!) 6 4 oz. mason jars, cleaned with lids and labels removed 1 baking sheet Preheat your oven to 325 degrees. Step by Step Tutorial for Homemade Southern Banana Pudding. Watermelon Limeade. Mini Peanut Butter-Finger Cheesecakes. Well, I survived yesterday.

Mini Peanut Butter-Finger Cheesecakes

It turns out my throat massage ended up being a scalp massage. At 5:51 AM my little guy came to my bed and said, “Good morning Mommy, Happy Mother’s Day (yes, he was shrieking it)! Churro Tots. Happy Wednesday, beautiful people.Factoid for you: Getting my car serviced stresses me.To deal, I totally made Churro Tots.

Churro Tots

Throw in stress eating and calls to dad, and it some how made everything okay. I encourage it! Last week I went to a cookbook release party at Border Grill and they had churros…in tot form! I was blown away by their cuteness–had to replicate it stat for you all.I basically made a tweaked and adjusted version of this pate a choux recipe. And then fried small balls of the dough. Grab a baking sheet, line it with some paper towels. Halloween recipe: Forked Eyeballs. Worms ‘n Dirt. Hello class! Welcome back to 3rd grade. Baklava. Baklava is a delicious phyllo pastry popular in Middle Eastern countries.


Its supposed origins are Turkish, dating to the Byzantine Empire (or even further), though many cultures claim it for their own. Many Greek and Lebanese restaurants do serve this. Baklava is usually layer with crispy phyllo dough alternate with sugary spiced nut mixture, and the whole thing is then soaked in fragrant sweet syrup made with honey, lemon and cinnamon. Peaches & Vanilla Cream Pops « The Craving Chronicles. Uh, it’s hot.

Peaches & Vanilla Cream Pops « The Craving Chronicles

Really hot. Like excessive heat warning, face melts when I walk outside, can’t eat anything but frozen foods hot. Dessert Shooters. Key Lime Pie Shooter There are many times that a day calls for a big dessert.

Dessert Shooters

A huge slab of chocolate cake, four scoops of ice cream or a stack of steaming hot cookies. Other times, a mini dessert hits the spot perfectly. Here are three delicious ideas for dessert shooters that satisfy your sweet tooth and are perfect to make for your family. And if it’s one of those days, a day where a large dessert is needed, just go ahead and have two. Easy Toffee Bars Recipe. Fish Bowl Jello. I saw this and I knew I needed to try it.

Fish Bowl Jello

The color of the “water” and the fish, fit right in to summer fun yet the whole recipe is super simple (right up my alley and my ability level!). With the perfect bowl and the right amount of food coloring, I am sure this will be the hit of any party! Image Courtesy of Ingredients 1 two-liter bottle lemon-lime soda, flat (just leave the cap unscrewed over night)4 1/4-ounce packages unflavored gelatin2 drops blue food coloring2 ounces gummy fish Directions Place 1 cup soda in a large bowl. Snowman Brownie Pops… I’m Melting in Cuteness! Last week I posted some fabulous snowman treats from various food bloggers.

Snowman Brownie Pops… I’m Melting in Cuteness!

Those snowmen inspired the brownie pops that I made. Ever since our Halloween party, when I made eyeball brownie bites, neighbors have been requesting brownie pops. What I love about pops – cheesecake pops, cake pops, oreo pops, or brownie pops is that they can be decorated for any occasion – formal or informal events. They also are just enough to satisy a serious sweet tooth, without the danger of consuming too many calories. That is, if you can stop at just one. These were simple to make. Simple Organized Living. I love pie. Stylish Cuisine « Peanut Butter Cup Bars. My cousin Greg from DC stayed with us last night. It was great to see him. When we have company, what’s one of the first things that I think of?

Dessert! Homemade Magic Shell « Veronica's Cornucopia. Have you ever had Magic Shell? If you haven’t heard of it, it’s a Smucker’s ice cream topping that comes out liquid, like chocolate syrup, but hardens when it comes in contact with your ice cream, so that you have to tap and break it to take a spoonful of icecream.