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Very Hungry Caterpillar Challah

I make a lot of things. Like, a lot. And most of the time I am really happy with what I have made, not all the time. Sometimes even when others really quite enjoy something, I can know that it wasn’t my best work or have some other nit picking problem no one else will […]

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Chipotle Salsa Verde Chicken Sandwich

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #RediscoverLaMorena #VivaLaMorena #CollectiveBias One of our favorite free things to do in the summer are the concerts and movies in the park that are held all over San Diego. Judging by all the fun I see on Instagram […]

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Glass Etched Watermelon Glasses

This shop/post has been compensated by Collective Bias, INC. and The Coca-Cola Company, all opinions are mine alone. #SummerRefreshment #CollectiveBias What does summer mean to you? In our house it usually means cold lemonade and watermelon… a lot of watermelon. Since it has been hot in San Diego lately, I thought I would share with  […]

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Girl Scout Daisy Petal Cupcake Toppers

Our Girl Scouts recently bridged to Brownies a couple of weekends ago and part of the fun and festivities of course had to be a theme appropriate dessert! I made some fun cupcake toppers inspired by the Daisy petals they worked so hard to earn. There were of course brownies available as well, but these […]

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Easiest Ever Patriotic Popcorn

It is the week of easy and fun Patriotic snacks at the preschool and this one went over BIG with the kids and the staff. I was happy because it was super easy to throw together, which is key when it comes to feeding 75 children at one time. All I needed were popcorn and […]

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Passover Matzah Tostada (21 Day Fix Recipe)

I have to say, I love Passover… for the most part. I love planning a Seder, setting a table, cooking for the whole family and all the tradition that goes along with it. However, I have never wanted pizza more than I do on the 7th day of Passover. Matzah is all fun and games […]

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Challah Dogs

Being Jewish, challah is totally a thing. Especially for my friend Laurel and I. We always have a way of getting roped into large fundraisers and many times it finds us in the kitchen. We are pretty willing participants and currently we are making thousands of Hamantaschen for Purim. That isn’t why we are here […]

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Easy DIY Flavored Teas

I have had a perpetual battle with giving up energy drinks. I can’t even tell you how many times I have “quit” but what I can say is that I have drastically downsized and coffee is becoming more and more a ‘thing’ in my life… which of course also means I enjoy Starbucks. It is […]

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Cinnamon Roll Waffles

Sometimes in life, you need something sweet. Other times, you need something sweet, now. The last week has been pretty rough so I was leaning more towards the second option this weekend and came up with these amazing cinnamon roll waffles. They were pretty amazing, but really, how could they not be? It was beyond […]

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{AD} Adorable & Affordable Spooky Dinner Party

This post is written by me on behalf of Tyson Foods, Inc. All opinions are entirely my own. This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #ClubBash #CollectiveBias For some, the first day of fall is when the weather shifts, leaves change colors and boots come […]

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