The excitement builds around every holiday. I like to see what kind of cool treats I can make for my son. This year I am trying a new recipe for some bird's nest! They were super easy and came out looking amazing.
It is St. Patrick's Day! That means every local bar, pub and even some restaurants will be serving up pints of green beer. Now is you would love to celebrate by drinking green beer but don't feel like leaving the comforts of your home, here's how you can do it!
With school back in session, families routines and schedules have changed. But that doesn't mean the family fun has to stop. Chick-Fil-A on S. Georgia is hosting a family night once a week throughout September.
When it comes to Easter one of the many things our kids will find in their Easter baskets is Peeps. Bunny Peeps, chick Peeps, pink Peeps, blue Peeps, purple Peeps, here a Peep, there a Peep, everywhere a Peep, Peep. A Lot of the time those Peeps, get old and hard and get thrown in the trash. Here's a great way to use those leftover Peeps. Peeps play dough.
Confetti eggs may be a bit messy but they are absolutely fun to have for Easter. Kids love them, adults love them because there is something fun about cracking and egg over somebody's head. What's even better is that they are extremely easy to make. In fact, check out just how easy they can be to make one or dozens.
If you have friends or family who love to bake then this would make the perfect gift for the holiday. I love to bake and I love to use premium vanilla extract in my dishes. As I was wasting time on the internet one day I came across a recipe for homemade vanilla extract. So I thought what the heck. I'll try it out. So here is how you make homemade vanilla extract.