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Some non-intimidating sketchbook subject matter to start off the new year. My boys eat pickles and peanut butter right out of the jar. Many of our favourite foods apparently start with the letter "p"!
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I recently turned 30 and realized I still had fun birthdays with cute cat mugs and delicious, colorful desserts. It really showed me that every birthday is special. No matter what flavor you prefer or if you want it hot or iced. As long as its something you like its amazing.
Wondering what to do with your overripe bananas? Try out this recipe!! I love vanilla ice cream and usually eat it in a cup but I thought that it would be fun to enjoy it with a little twist :) These ice pops are super quick to prepare and your overripe bananas will become superstars!
Let’s take off on an ice pop adventure! These are definitely my dream ice pops! Making lots of layers needs a bit of patience but your efforts will be totally paid off when you remove your rocket ice pops from molds. This is how you can be creative in your kitchen!
There is nothing more refreshing than a glass of fresh lemonade on a hot summer day. You can enjoy this typical summer drink with a little twist! This sunshine lemonade ice pops are super easy to make. Lemon, water, honey, that's it! I put juice from grated ginger to add a bit of tanginess. If you want a more intense lemon flavor, add the zest of the lemon instead of ginger juice. :)