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easy frozen yogurt for Tablespoon

So ever since I wrote my latest for Tablespoon, I’ve been freezing yogurt. I just can’t stop, it’s so ridiculously easy to make (stick in the freezer) and tastes so good. Find the how-tos for the Fro Yo Snack Hack HERE at Tablespoon.  Feel free to share (nicely)! While my blog’s photographs and text are […]



13 April Fool’s Day food pranks

I snicker every time I see these broccoli lollipops. So very cruel, right? Here is a roundup of other April Fool’s Day food pranks for you:   Make Groucho glasses cookies. Cinnamon sugar “fries.”  Vanilla custard and papaya balls makes an “egg” dessert. KFC’s fried chicken! Only not really. Here’s a mashed potato sundae. Amazing […]



jar of sparkly rainbow cookie bites

Who wouldn’t want a jar of sparkly rainbow cookie bites? If you have an answer to that question, these are people I don’t want to meet. (Unless, of course, there are dietary restrictions, allergies, or anything else beyond the control of these poor souls, and then I will happily meet them and spend all day […]



Wednesday Links: 21 DIY egg carton crafts

Egg cartons. They aren’t just for eggs. Some quick searching on the interwebs shows just how clever you folks are with egg cartons. We’re not just talking kids’ crafts, either, but some DIY projects for the grown-ups, too. Below are links to 20 of my favorite egg carton crafts for my Wednesday Links series. Because […]



rainbow candy pops

You know how much I love the candy melt pop thing. And of course I love rainbows (inspired particularly by my unicorn-rainbow-loving 7 year old and by the fact I’m an ’80s kid). So candy melt pops + rainbows = awesome, in my view. And my daughter’s. And anyone with a heart. So you can make […]