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Just for Kix: Cookie Butter Kix Pops

These cookie butter Kix pops are so so simple kids can make them themselves. You only need three things: Cookie butter (um, yum), Kix and lollipop sticks. Also I made some with bananas. Find the how-tos to make cookie butter Kix pops HERE. Feel free to share (nicely)! While my blog’s photographs and text are […]



wednesday links: fun food and craft finds and riding horses

My daughter riding horses at Meadowbrook Stables, a non-profit stable at the top of Rock Creek Park, just outside of Washington DC in Chevy Chase, MD. If you are in DC or planning a visit with kids, you can also check out the weekend pony rides through the woods at Rock Creek Park Horse Center. […]



how to make magic shell marshmallow pops

Oh for Pete’s sake. (No, my mom didn’t take over my blog, I actually use that phrase frequently.) Who knew making your own Magic Shell was so easy? Apparently, half of the internet. Because a lot of people make their own Magic Shell. Apparently. For those unaware of the magic that is Magic Shell–ie. those […]



inside Sugarlicious: fairy woodland petits fours and marshmallows

With my new handy, dandy, fancy blog schedule (over there in the sidebar) meant to keep me organized, Fridays are devoted to the archives. I have 5 1/2 years of sweets on here and they get lost so quickly. These strolls down memory lane are probably more for me than for you, as I care […]



wednesday links: fun food and craft finds and painting pottery

Painting my gnome at All Fired Up in Cleveland Park here in Washington DC. Many moons ago (in 1998) I managed the paint-your-own pottery store owned by All Fired Up’s predecessors. Weird to be back there in the painting chair. Note my daughter is painting a rainbow unicorn (of course) and she has her toy […]