Monthly Archive: January, 2016

House Warming Gift

This week I’m going a friends house warming party and I wanted to bring a gift. I saw a cute picture frame on Pinterest a while ago and kept it in mind for… Continue reading

Peanut Butter Cheesecake Cups

Yesterday was national peanut butter day! And because it’s one of my favourite things ever, I made peanut butter cheesecake cups to celebrate. They are a perfectly sized treat and simple to whip… Continue reading

Nutella French Toast Rollups

So I’ve seen several versions of these circulating around and had half of an almost-stale loaf of sandwich bread to use up and thought I would give it a shot!  These French toast… Continue reading

Easy Raspberry Strudel 

In need to a quick dessert or fun Sunday bunch addition? Try this easy raspberry strudel made from (almost) scratch! Ingredients: One brick of ready made Puff pastry (found in freezer section at… Continue reading

Honey & Garlic Baked Brie

I loooooove a good charcuterie and cheese board and baked Brie is one of my favourite additions! Making this appetizer couldn’t be easier – start by making several slits in the top of… Continue reading

Chewy Coconut Cookies

Looking for a mid-week treat? These yummy coconut cookies are simple to make, super chewy, AND contain no butter! What you need: 1/2 cup brown sugar 1/2 cup white sugar 1/2 cup coconut… Continue reading

Sparkly Cake Toppers

All you need to add some sparkle to your party desserts is a sheet of scrap booking paper, some wooden skewers, an exacto knife and some glue! To make our New Years Eve… Continue reading

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Recipe: Buttered Shrimp and Scallop Pasta

This easy pasta dish is a crowd-pleaser and can be prepared in about 30 minutes. What you’ll need: Shallots Garlic Butter (lots of it!) Pasta Seafood (cooked or uncooked shrimp/scallops usually work best)… Continue reading

New Years Eve Banner! 

This fun banner cost almost zero dollars! Save your money and do it yourself. I used cardboard from a Christmas gift box and hand drew the letters. Using the gold paint and ribbon… Continue reading

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