Pumpkin has become a “it” flavor of fall. I have to admit, like many people, I’m a sucker for pumpkin flavored items. So why not make pudding shots using the Jell-O Limited Edition Pumpkin Spice Pudding? Continue reading
If you’re looking for an easy alternative to jello shots, why not give pudding shots a go? To make OREO pudding shots the only alcohol you’ll need is your favorite unflavored vodka. They are super simple and will really impress your friends! Also if you were intrigued by my post about Pudding Shot Cupcakes, you’ll be happy to find out that this is the recipe used for the filling of the Cookies & Cream Cupcake!
Pudding shots are definitely one of my favorite recipes to pull out when having or going to a party. In my opinion, they are way more delicious and impressive than jello shots, but they pack the same punch. One of the first varieties I ever made was Mint OREO and it is definitely in my top 5 favorite flavors. Continue reading
If you’ve been reading my blog, you know that Christmas Cookies are a bit of a big deal in our family. Every year we make hundreds of cookies to give away to friends, family, & co-workers. Typically we stick with about 10 crowd favorites and then try out some new recipes. This year we ended up with 15 different types! Continue reading
Instead of worrying about what bar to go to and whether or not it was worth it to pay $100 for open bar & food, my roommate & I decided to host a New Year’s Eve Party this year. Since both of us had to work on New Year’s Eve, we decided to keep the menu simple, but elegant. Also to keep costs down, when people asked what they could bring we told them to bring sparkling wine which we used as a part of our signature drink! Overall, it was a great evening with good food & even better friends!
After reading about my family’s Christmas Eve dinner, you may be curious as to just what Limoncello Tiramisu is. It is a take on the classic tiramisu, but with a delicious lemon twist! If you love lemon & hate coffee, it might just be your new favorite dessert! Continue reading
Every year my parent’s host a Christmas Eve dinner. It started out as a dinner with some of our neighbors who we kept running into at the local Chinese restaurant after Christmas Eve Mass, but recently we’ve changed it up a bit and invite over my brother’s in-laws. We try to mix up the menu each year, but it always needs to be something that can either stay in the oven or slow cooker while we’re at church. Continue reading