Family Fun Rice Crispy Treat Recipe. Can be made for the Fourth or any holiday or themed party. Its so much fun my daughter loves making these. 3 tablespoons butter or margarine 1 10 ounce package (about 40) regular marshmallows or 4 cups miniature marshmallows 6 cups Rice Krispies® or 6 cups Ready-To-Eat Cereal Cocoa Krispies Assorted sprinkles 12 wooden ice cream sticks (optional) . 1. In large saucepan melt butter over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until completely melted. Remove from heat. 2. Add KELLOGG'S RICE KRISPIES cereal. Stir until well coated. 3.
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I found this simple cake pop recipe and I love it. Check it out
For the cake pops:
Vanilla cake (9x13)
3- 4 tbsp patriotic sprinkles of choice
3 tbsp frosting, plus more if needed
2 bags (24-32 ounces) white, red, or blue candy to melt
Wax paper-lined baking sheet or pan
Small, deep microwave-safe plastic bowl or cup
30-48 paper lollipop sticks
Fourth of July is right around the corner and I can’t think of a better way to celebrate Independence Day with friends and family. One of my favorite things to do on the fourth is to have a pot luck style get together at my house or at the beach. Pot luck style makes it easier on the host as they don’t need to be weighed down planning and cooking everything on their own. Here are my favorite things that I include in my Fourth of July celebration.
Summer is almost here and like most I'm trying to get a head start on my shopping. Since my daughter is getting older she's allowed to select clothes that she likes, with some discretion of course, and so today I thought I'd let her blog about what a preteen would wear this summer. Here is her blog and her picks! Enjoy.
With proper and gentile care, your hand made Hawaiian clothes will last many years to enjoy them. It is best not to combine bright colored apparel and silk or linen shirts in your washing machine. Use cold water and gentile cycle for lasting fabric colors. Dry cleaning in many cases should give you the best results in keeping the quality of your Hawaiian apparel. If you use a dryer, use low-hit settings and keep track of the time to dry. Set the dryer timer to the time you found to be correct. Of course, line dry is always best and nature friendly. If you prefer to
This lovely floral dress is sure to put a smile on your mom’s face. Beautiful flowers on a soft white background are perfect for a relaxing time in Hawaii, or just a warm summer day.The tropical flower print provides the perfect hint of color. She’ll absolutely love the White Hanapepe Short Hawaii Sundress.
The creation of aloha Hawaiian wear starts with the fabric design and pattern. Once the idea of the design is conceived, it goes to drawing and digitizing into fabric material (cotton or rayon) to create a sample. This process takes between 1-3 months until the approval and creation of the final fabric material. The fabric is then cut into the different patterns for sewing.
Silk shirts are perfect for the warmer weather because the material is light and allows air to flow through the shirt keeping you cooler. It also absorbs moisture helping to keep the skin dry in the heat. Even though silk is the most durable of all natural fabrics it is recommended that you dry clean or hand wash your shirts.
Some of you have been dreaming of your wedding day since you were a little girl. Dreaming about the dress you will wear the dresses of your wedding party, and the theme of your wedding reception. The day is finally here and now you can start planning for your dream wedding. If you have decided on a destination beach or tropical wedding here are a few tips to help guide you on your way.
Summer is winding down but the warm weather is still here and there is no better time than now to enjoy the beautiful beach weather. A sarong or pareo is the essence of casual summer wear and perfect for the warm tropical weather. What is the difference between a sarong and pareo?
A sarong is a piece of fabric usually between 4-5 foot in length that is worn as a loose fitting skirt or dress. The name sarong comes from the Malay word “sarung” meaning sheath or covering. These fabrics are often dyed in rich colors and were traditionally made with batik fabric.