Posts Categorized: cupcakes

love you s’mores and valentine s’more pockets


I love s’mores year round, but how perfect are they near Valentine’s Day when you let your kids help you assemble both the s’mores and the wrapping to hold them? Pretty chocolately perfect, my friends.  Just grab chocolate heart candy instead of your average Hershey’s bars and some red and pink sprinkles are always nice, too. To see how to fold the perfect s’more pocket… Read more »

cheery cherry pie filling breakfast muffins


Christmas desserts are in the rear view mirror (thankfully) but sometimes you need something cheery and a bit sweet in the morning when it’s too cold to get out of bed without some fuss. Grab these easy ingredients and you’ll have a smiley cherry morning, friends. 2 eggs 2 Tbsp vanilla 3/4 cup milk 1 can cherry pie filling 3 cups flour (I used organic wheat) 1… Read more »

merry grinch-mas with grinch marshmallow pops


Happy Grinchmas! We can’t say that these are the best looking marshmallow pops we’ve ever made, but they sure were funny and perfect for watching the Grinch movie, one of our favorite Christmas traditions. Hope you have a wonderful Grinchmas, friends and that your marshmallows are green for the season. Icing: 1 cup powdered sugar, 3 TSP milk, 1 TSP vanilla, blend well (brown, same recipe… Read more »

skinnydipping snowman marshmallows for cocoa


  This time of year means warm socks, afghan blankets, and cocoa. The boys like marshmallows in theirs for a treat, so I thought these would be entertaining and delicious for them to stir around. So easy to make and you probably have everything you need in the pantry. I cut large marshmallows in half so they wouldn’t be so heavy. I wanted a lighter floaty… Read more »

cupcake turkey toppers and marshmallow pops


It’s become a tradition to roll out the marshmallow pops and cupcake toppers for holidays at our happy place. The little people love these over your fancy pumpkin pie any old day. After making turkey marshmallow pops I learned that they are better on top of a cupcake than on a stick.  They sit just right on a cupcake and you can overload candy corn without worrying… Read more »