The dark-chocolate cake at the base is baked in ramekins. Two layers of plush, pillowy mousse — bittersweet and milk chocolates — are piped on top and capped with semisweet chocolate curls. Chill and serve as just the right sweet for your sweet.
Hanging shoe organizers are very versatile and I’ve seen so many creative uses for them, that it would be crazy not to mention a few! Here are our favorite uses for shoe organizers, besides the obvious.
I have a secret. I sneak Wet Ones into my daughter’s lunch box. She knows how to easily open them and they are great to get dirty hands clean. I’m not there with her at school, I can’t see if she really washes her hands and the over-protective mother in me feels like this is the best I can do… hey, I know I’m not the only one!
A lot of popsicles out there may be fat-free but they also do have a bit of sugar in them. A custard-style frozen pop, on the other hand, has quite a few health benefits – and to most palates, it might even be a lot tastier.
According to the American School Bus Council, school buses are designed to be safer than passenger vehicles in avoiding crashes and preventing injury. Today, as compared to years ago, school buses are built with safety in mind. In fact, a study by the U.S. Department of Transportation states that children are safer riding the bus to and from school than being driven in a car by an adult.
No lemons or lemon juice?
When your recipe calls for lemons or lemon juice, a lime is an obvious next choice, however… if you don’t even have a lime on hand, try using white wine! That’s right, white wine is a great substitute for lemon juice.
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I’m trying to contain my excitement for this next post. When I say must-have item, I mean, MUST-HAVE ITEM. For those parents who have kids who like to live life on the edge, you know, the kids who like to “test the waters”, who do what they are told not to do, (shall I keep going?), this product is for you.
If it was up to my daughter, she would already have a cellphone. It seems that kids are getting electronic devices at a younger age. I remember growing up just wishing I had a cellphone and really, I didn’t get my first mobile device until I was 18 years old.