I have already shared my top crafts and top DIYs of 2014, and today I am focusing on my favorite Mad in Crafts recipes of 2014. Make sure to pin these tasty treats for future reference!
I baked a batch of CHOCOLATE STOUT CHOCOLATE CHIP PRETZEL COOKIES as part of the beer tasting party I created this summer. They are a tasty treat whether you are a beer aficionado or not.
My quick SCHOOL NIGHT STIR FRY is a great way to work vegetables into your kids’ diet. And the delicious stir fry sauce can be made from items you might already have in the house.
I love Greek food, so I will be making more of my HOMEMADE GREEK SALAD DRESSING as I run out. I found out that it is great on sandwiches too.
Now that I have rhubarb growing in my yard, I am looking forward to homemade STRAWBERRY RHUBARB PIE every summer.
Next year both of my kids will be in Little League, so I might have to make up a few dozen CRACKER JACK CUPCAKES to celebrate!
I love traditional harvest salad, but the bacon and mayo mean that it isn’t the most figure-friendly meal. My lightened HARVEST PASTA SALAD allowed me to indulge in the flavors without quite as much of the guilt.
If you have never experienced the burst of flavor that comes from fresh rhubarb sauce, you need to pin my THREE INGREDIENT RHUBARB SAUCE recipe for the next time you get your hands on some rhubarb.
These SIMPLE BEER-ITAS are a staple of girls night in among my friends because they are delicious, refreshing, only require four ingredients!
You will need a pitcher of margaritas to cool down after trying these two spicy dips. FETA DIP & SRIRACHA HUMMUS are very tasty, but you have to be prepared for some fire!
I admit, I am one of the many, many people who geek out for PSLs every fall. I made these PUMPKIN SPICE LATTE RICE KRISPIE TREATS to replicate that comforting flavor in sweet rice krispie form.
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