Football season is here, and Sundays are full of game day cheers. Whether you are tailgating or hosting friends to watch the big game on your HD TV, savory snacks and drinks go hand in hand with the game day experience. Continue reading
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The Pioneer Woman Simple Homemade Goodness 16 oz. Mason Jar with Lid, 4-Pack brings country charm to your kitchen. Crafted from quality turquoise-colored glass, it is sure to fill your home with playful joy. With a vibrant floral-patterned red and white lid, there is no way better to enjoy your favorite beverage. Continue reading
Having a delicious meal prepared with love is a holiday tradition in our home. Each year we create a menu for dinner and select a wine. Our Christmas dinner normally has two sides and one meat. This year grilled pork chops will be the meat of choice for our Christmas dinner and I am beyond excited.
We all have family members who prefer to be in the kitchen creating delicious entrees, desserts, and appetizers. Whether your new to the kitchen or have been cooking for years new recipes are always good to have around. This might sound familiar if so I have four cookbooks you have to add to your Christmas list. Check out my top picks! Continue reading
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Inspired by the upcoming movie release of “Guardian of the Galaxy” I’ve blended up a refreshing and simple to make beverage called “Rocket”. This cocktail will remind you of the delicious Bomb Pop Popsicle’s we all use to enjoy as kids around the summer holiday season. With just 3 ingredients I promise this is one cocktail your going to crave once you make your own at home.
1-Package Yellow Cake Mix
1-Package Jell-O Brand Vanilla
Flavor Instant Pudding & Pie Filling
1-Cup Sweetened Apple Sauce
Today’s recipe was inspired by a good friend of my Kizzie Inc. This is a perfect recipe for the fall season!
6 (med size) apples
1 pound soft Kraft wrapped caramels
2 tablespoons water
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 cup water
1 cup (chopped salted almonds)
6 wooden skewers (don’t forget to decorate them)
6 cupcake paper liners
Wash apples and remove their stems. Stick the wooden skewers securely into the stem end of the apples. Chop salted almonds and add to a large bowl, set aside.
In a double boiler, add 1 cup of water to bottom and boil, set the top pan aside, unwrap the caramels; place them in the top pan with the vanilla and 2 tablespoons of water.
Place the top pan with the caramel mixture over the boiling water. Let them heat up, and stir them gently until they are completely heated and smooth. (please use a spatula to stir).
Remove the double boiler with the caramels from the heat. Dip the apples one at a time into the melted caramel and coat them, by gently turning the apple in a circular motion to coat.
Dip the coated apples into the chopped salted almonds, and place each apple in a cupcake paper and sit on a pan.
Chill the apples in the fridge until the caramel is set, about 30-60 minutes.
When ready to serve, remove from refrigerator and let the caramel apples sit on kitchen counter for about 15 minutes and enjoy!!!
Kizzie Tip: Have fun and try unique coatings for your caramel apples. Be fabulous! http://www.kizzieinc.com/
Kizzie Tip: Have fun anhkizzieinc.com/d try unique coatings for your caramel apples. Be fabulous!