5 1/2 – 6 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
2/3 cup granulated sugar
2 package active dry yeast
3/4 cup milk
1/2 cup butter (1 stick)
3 medium bananas, mashed (1 cup)
2 eggs, plus 2 egg yolks
Vegetable oil for deep-fat frying
1 recipe Glaze (below)
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Our obsession with chalkboard paint runs deep, clearly shown in the last post we wrote about it.
Kids love to incorporate their favorite television show into their birthday party, and Yo Gabba Gabba! is a popular favorite. Guest stylist Jesi Haack of Jesi Haack Design created a unique ambiance, inviting guests into a magical place filled with friendly toy monsters and musical references.
Let’s face it, kids can be so cruel these days. But, you know what? They are learning this kind of behavior from the adults in their lives, predominantly their parents/guardians.
We are in the middle of getting stuff together for the walls of our new nursery. We decided to make a comic book theme and I was finding it hard to find stuff that wasn’t really collectors items and such. I decided to make our own. It was really quite simple. Here is how I covered my light switch plate and giant letter with fabric.
Now that the parades, parties and celebrations are done, and the beads of Mardi Gras 2016 have been silenced, I can share my one-of-a-kind experience with you!
Birthdays, like boomerangs, come and go, and with children it seems like they come out of nowhere when you least expect them. My daughter will be turning one in April and I do not know where the time has gone, I do not remember throwing that boomerang! Inevitably, time marches on, and in two short months will be the apex of my one-year journey, so far, the crème de la crème…her first birthday party.
Join us for our next #SNSweepstakes Twitter chat with Sleep Number on Feb. 24th at 1 p.m. EST/ 12 p.m. CT. We will be chatting about Sleep During Pregnancy.
Avocado Toast is pretty much the best thing ever. Here are 11 different ways to make this most delicious snack without getting bored:
Thriving naturally as the “B” of the ABC islands, with select direct flights and just two stoplights on island, Bonaire remains refreshingly less developed than its neighbors, Aruba and Curacao. Located on the island’s four-acre, private peninsula within an exclusive beachfront enclave — 86 miles east of Aruba (50 miles north of Venezuela and 30 miles east of Curacao), outside the hurricane zone — lies the Caribbean’s “best kept secret” and Bonaire’s only five star resort, Harbour Village Beach Club, a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World.
Odds are this Valentines Day you received flowers from someone special in your life, this holiday alone see flowers rake in about $1.9 billion! With those flowers typically comes a vase, so what do you do with that vase when you are done, put it in a cabinet to collect dust until you receive more flowers, or do you up-cycle them to use them as a centerpiece in a different room of the house? I like to do the latter and add some fake flowers to them for a classier everyday look. Over the years, I have collected my fair-share of vases and had come up with this quick 5-10 minute craft to up-cycle them. First you will need a few supplies:
I am absolutely thrilled to be able to present this DIY to you guys! It took me a while to get everything together and done, including this post because of weather and other reasons. But here it is!
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