Egg in a Hole

Raise your hand if you’ve ever eaten breakfast for lunch or dinner. We do ALL THE TIME. A couple of our favorites are pancakes and eggs and toast, so today, I’m sharing a fun twist on Egg in a Hole. The first time I cooked egg in a hole, it was because I had seen Ree Drummond (The Pioneer Woman) make it for her family. Can I just say how much I adore Ree? She’s such an inspiration! ANYWAY, I thought it would {Read More}

Easter Peep Hatchlings

I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience. I’m so very excited that the snow around here is gone. We’re decorating Easter eggs this weekend at my parents’ house with the kiddos and their cousins. I look forward to this time every year because it holds promise of warmer weather ahead! So I’ve been staring at some leftover Peeps sitting on my kitchen {Read More}

Nonpareil Eggs

This is officially my last Easter-themed post of 2014. I’ve had so much fun preparing for this blessed holiday. I can’t wait to celebrate it with family this weekend. Today also is the last post to my cute and simple egg decorating series. If you missed my Crystal Eggs or Jeweled Eggs be sure to check those projects out, too! For these eggs, you’ll need: Materials: Plastic eggs (I found mine at Walmart) Nonpareil sprinkles Clear Elmer’s glue Yep, that’s {Read More}

Easter Egg Bath Bombs

This post may include affiliate links. Please see my disclosure.   My house is overflowing with plastic Easter eggs. I’ve been using them for quite a few projects lately and now I have more eggs than I really know what to do with. An Easter egg hunt this year for the kiddos is inevitable. Today, I’m using a pack of my larger plastic Easter eggs for a super fun project. Get ready because we’re making Easter Egg Bath Bombs! You know, those fun {Read More}