Do you need a fun recipe for your Valentine’s Day dinner? Perhaps you would like to make a sweet treat for that special someone! Here is a fun spin on an old recipe! I made mini cheesecake bites and the best part…the crust is refrigerated cookie dough! Continue reading
I saw this idea at Crate and Barrel a month or so ago and I just thought that it was so cute! I decided to make my own version of this mix. This is perfect for the busy holiday season because it makes bar cookies which are fast and easy! This is perfect for neighbor, teachers, friends, the sisters you visit teach…or for yourself when time is tight! Continue reading
I had so much fun looking through the linky party! My oh my…there are so many talented bloggers out there.
Since I have really been watching what I eat, I do not make many desserts right now, so of course you always want what you can’t have, right?…so it will come as no surprise that I am doing a dessert roundup! :)
Happy St. Patrick’s Day from our house to yours!
I made these lemon cookies for our Sunday dinner yesterday and they were so refreshing with the lemon juice and the lemon zest! Perfect to welcome in springtime, don’t you think?
I decided today that I would do a fun Valentines roundup from some of my past posts. These are my top Valentines posts that have been viewed and pinned the most…so take a look to see if there are any that you might have missed! You can just click on the link to find out more about each of these ideas!
To start off this round-up let’s begin with this yummy dessert!
I must really have Valentines on the brain this week, because this is the 4th Valentines post this week!
There must be love in the air here!
Today I have these yummy M&M’s Valentine cookies. This recipe has been in our family for a long time. The name of these cookies on my recipe card is: “Leora’s Chocolate Chip Cookies” This is a nickname that I have had for my sister for a long time, I don’t really even remember where it came from, but I remember saying “Leora” in a mocking tone every time I called her that! Some things just never go away, do they?
Anyway, here is my version of these yummy cookies:
Yesterday I talked about all the different Christmas candies that I used to make with my mom when she was still here. Today, I have a cookie recipe that I am sure a lot of you have made, but it is one that we used to make all the time just for Christmas! These fun little morsels are so pretty on a plate and I am sure that is why my mom made them all of the time; they just look festive!
This month for your visiting teaching message you will need to pick your favorite conference talk to discuss with your sisters, so I decided just to do a general card that you can hand out with any talk that you choose. With it being November, I went with a “thankful” theme. We all have many blessings that we need to be thankful for, one of them being the fact that we have a general conference twice a year with a living prophet to lead our church! I love conference weekend and the wonderful spirit that I feel every time I listen to our leaders.
So with that being said, I hope that you can show your gratitude to your sisters for all of your blessings.