Snowball Cookies

For the first time I got to make traditional Christmas cookies. Snowballs! If you haven’t heard of them I’ll sum it up for you. Snowballs are little shortbread cookies rolled in powdered sugar. I made these from a box so there’s no recipe– but there is a picture!

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They’re really good and perfect for the holiday season! I totally recommend trying these.

Well that’s all for now folks. I will be leaving town on Saturday and will be gone for a little while, so I won’t be posting any time soon. Thanks for reading and Happy Thanksgiving!

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Why was I gone?!/ My Last Fall Treat

Hey guys!

I have been gone for about 1-2 months. The truth is I forgot to post. But it isn’t my fault! I was on vacation. And now I’m about to go on another vacation for thanksgiving–in California. I will be there for a little over a week. I’m not just going there for vacation, i’m also going there for my sisters pageant! (ok, this will take a bit of explaining.) My older sister Kelly competed in a pageant for our state… Michigan! She was competing for the title of Miss Michigan Jr. Teen. Jr. Teen is one of the divisions in the pageant. There are 6 divisions: Princess, Jr. Pre-teen, Pre-teen, Jr. teen, Teen, and Miss. Each division is for a different age group. This pageant isn’t about beauty at all, it’s about confidence and being yourself. Kelly was 2nd runner-up overall. Because of this she was invited to the national pageant (which is this Saturday) and will be competing for the title of National All-American Miss Jr. Teen. Girls from all over the country will be competing for this title. But only the girls that were runners-up or won an optional contest. So it all makes sense now? Great! Now I can move on.

My Last Fall Treat

While I was on my first vacation I made acorn shaped pumpkin cookies. These were made from a box also so I’m just going to share a picture!

IMG_1927There are leaf shaped cookies also. I frosted the cookies with chocolate and vanilla frosting. I made these cookies near Halloween. Boo!

This will be my last fall treat for this year. I’m kind of sad because that means that another year is coming and going. But now I get to make gingerbread cookies, snowball cookies, sugar cookies, and more Christmas treats! In fact, I will be posting something new tomorrow, so keep and eye out for a new post!

Classic Hot Dogs

Grilling outside in the cool autumn breeze is the best. That’s why my dad made hot dogs! The best thing about hot dogs is there are so many toppings you can use, here are a few suggestions!

  • Ketchup
  • Dill/Sweet Relish
  • Chili (if you want a chili dog. That’s what I did!)
  • Jalapeno’s
  • Mustard (blah!)

You Can even have chips or french fries as a side! I like to decorate my hot dog with a LOT of toppings Here’s how it turned out:

IMG_1839.JPGI have ketchup, Chili, relish, and jalapeno’s on top. I also have it on a kitty plate!

How do you like your hotdog? Maybe you like without the bun or the hotdog without the skin! (that’s a funny story including my neighbor). Maybe you like one topping or a lot of toppings like me!

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Green Bean Casserole

Today I will be telling you how to make green bean casserole! My mom makes this for special occasions. I just LOVE it! I decided that I should post about. Here are the ingredients:

Ingredients:

Cream of Onion soup (1-2 cans)

Crispy fried onions

For the cooked green beans: Use 1 bag (16 to 20 ounces) frozen green beans, thawed, 2 packages (9 ounces each) frozen green beans, thawed, 2 cans (14.5 ounces each) green beans, drained or about 1 1/2 pounds fresh green beans for this recipe.

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

1.Cook the soup on the stove following the directions on the can. When the soup is done cooking, put it in a glass…um… what’s is called?! Baking dish, there we go. Put the cooked soup in a glass baking dish.

2.  Take your cooked green beans and pour them over the soup.

3. Cover the beans in the onions crisps and bake for 10-15 minutes. Take it out of the oven when done baking and sprinkle extra onions on for an extra crunch.

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So yummy.

I hope you enjoy this post. Come back for more soon! Also, my other blog a little bit ofyarn , You should definantly go visit that sometime! I’m looking for followers because so far I only have 1. So go check it out! I will be posting soon because I am making socks.

Se ya later!

 

 

Egg Salad Sandwich’s

Have you ever been in such a hurry that you didn’t have time to make dinner? With this simple recipe you can have a delicious but simple dinner. Here’s how:

Ingredients:

Eggs (2 for each person plus one more.)

Bread (1-2 pieces per person.)

1-3 cups water

Paprika

Salt

Pepper

Mayonnaise

Directions:

  1. Fill a medium pot with water and make sure that the pot is half filled. Then put in the eggs and turn the stove on to high heat.
  2. When the water is boiling, set the timer for 5 minutes and don’t turn the stove off. When the timer beeps turn off the stove and set the timer for 15 minutes.
  3. Take the shells off the hardboiled eggs and put on a cutting board if your going to cut with a knife, or use an egg slicer. Slice the eggs until there are no big chunks left but make sure that you can still see white chunks.
  4. Take 2 spoonful’s of mayo and put it in the sliced eggs. Add more if needed. Sprinkle paprika over the eggs. This should give it more flavor and give it a yellowish-orange color. Sprinkle a tiny bit of salt and pepper on, then stir with a fork.  The mixture should look like this:

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5. Toast bread if desired and spread the egg salad over the bread. Fold if it’s a half sandwich or put another piece of bread on top for a whole sandwich. Now you have made a classic egg salad sandwich. Enjoy!

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Cooking Tip: Buy a can of soup like Spicy chicken quesadilla soup to go with the sandwich. It makes a nice side dish.

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My Favorite Recipe’s

Hey Guys!

So lately I haven’t been able to make anything that I haven’t already posted, so I decided to make a blog post with all of my favorite posts on my blog so far. Each one on the list will be a link to the post so if you see one you’ve never read before, go ahead and click it!

  1. Pumpkin Spice Bars
  2. Taco Bowls
  3. No Bake Chocolate peanut butter oat cookies
  4. Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins
  5. Butterscotch Brownies
  6. Molasses Cookies
  7. An eggy Breakfast
  8. No Butter Pancakes
  9. Hot dog Bacon wraps
  10. Disney World French Toast

All of these posts are my favorite recipes in random order. I hope you enjoyed them over the past 2 years I’ve been blogging.

Thank you for reading everyone, bye!

Disney World French Toast

Hey Guys!

Today I will be showing you how to make a Walt Disney World dish. This recipe is from the Chef Mickey restaurant in Disney’s Polynesian resort. Lady’s and gentlemen, I give you Mémère’s French Toast.

Ingredients:

Serves 4-6

4 large eggs

1/2 c. milk

3/4 c. plus 2 tablespoons sugar, divided

2 1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon, divided

1/2 tsp. vanilla extract

1/4 c. vegetable oil

12 (1-inch thick) bread slices

Maple syrup, berries, whipped cream, etc. (optional)

Directions:

  1. Whisk together eggs, milk, 2 tablespoons sugar, 1/2 tsp. cinnamon, and vanilla in medium bowl.
  2. Stir together the remaining 3/4 cup sugar and remaining 2 teaspoons cinnamon in a small bowl. Transfer the mix to a plate and set aside.
  3. Heat 1 tablespoon oil (or butter if you’d like) over a 12-inch skillet. Dip each slice of bread into the egg mixture, and fry until golden brown on both side.
  4. Immediately dredge the hot, cooked toast in the cinnamon-sugar mixture and shake off excess.
  5. Repeat with remaining slices. Add toppings if desired.

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I hope that you use this recipe soon! By the way, I got this recipe from a Chef Mickey cookbook I have.

Thank’s for reading folks, bye!

Email: pinkiepie9106@gmail.com                                                                                                       Email me with requests like what I should make next.

 

 

Different plans

Hi guys!

I just found out that I will be going up north for Halloween. This means I’ll get to make fall cookies up north in the woods (we have a cabin there). I also get to go trick-or-treating with my sisters on our property! I should be posting about that in early November. So hang tight while I wait for the right time to make more treats.

Have a wonderful Fall_Halloween.

Don’t forget that you can still take a look at other things I’ve posted in the past. Also, you can absolutely email (I always tag my email in my post’s) or comment on what you think I should post next! It doesn’t have to be desserts, it can be dinners too! (because this is Dinners and Desserts =))

So have fun looking at my blog. Don’t forget to like and tell your friends!

 

 

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