We’ve made it to Friday, y’all! How about a glass of red wine to congratulate ourselves for surviving. Or better yet…a red wine cupcake with cream cheese frosting! I guarantee these will make you feel really good and you will possibly want more than just one. You can find this fantastic and fun recipe right here courtesy of Scrumptious Photography.
Have a wonderful weekend. Cheers!
Red Wine Cupcakes w/ Cream Cheese Frosting
Oreo celebrates it’s 100th birthday this year! There is much debate on how to eat an Oreo cookie. Dunk them in milk, twist off one side and eat the middle first? Or just eat the entire cookie at once. My preference has to always taken off one side and scrape the filling off with my teeth. You can find this delicious Oreo celebration cake here.
How do you eat your Oreo cookie?
Chocolate-Covered Oreo Celebration Cake
Perfect for your 4th of July gathering next week. This cake has red, white and blue layers of moist cake with a topping of Betty Crocker’s white fluffy frosting + red, white and blue sprinkles. How fun! You can see the recipe here.
God Bless America!
Red White and Blue Layered Flag Cake
Sweet, rich, decadent and delicious. I can guarantee that you won’t be able to just eat one piece! You can find the yummy recipe here. Make sure to visit Brown Eyed Baker for more delicious recipes…
Have a wonderful Wednesday, y’all!
Need a dessert that is cool and refreshing on a day like today? Try this delicious Praline Key Lime Pie. Southern Living says the pie is a “dessert equivalent of a swimming hole–so refreshing you can’t help but dive in.”
Praline Key Lime Pie
This is a perfect activity and delicious treat to share with the kids on a hot, summer day. It’s very easy to make and will bring lots of smiles! You can find the recipe from Country Living right here.
Here’s to a fabulous week, y’all!
I just saw the movie Rock of Ages and it totally made me want to get in touch with my 80’s side tonight. I am proud to admit that I grew up in and survived the decade of blue eye-liner, big hair, rubber bracelets (ala Madonna) and our own special language (totally tubular…gag me with a spoon!). The Smurfs were my ultimate favorite cartoon to watch on Saturday mornings – who can forget Papa Smurf and his words of wisdom. My favorite (of course!) was Smurfette. So in honor of this wonderful decade I wanted to pay homage to my favorite little blue people. Check out this fun Smurf Cookies recipe right here from The Party Animal.
PS. I did try to find “big hair cupcakes” and the such but wasn’t very successful. Smurfs are way cooler anyways.