Last year I made these to include in holiday baskets and in my family’s stockings. Hot chocolate on a stick (or spoon) is quite simple to make. I found the wooden spoons at a Japanese gift store and bought the cellophane wrappers from Michael’s craft store.
Who knew taco soup was so delicious and extremely easy to make!? Last week I came across a site PERFECT for those dipping their feet into meal planning. Do yourself a favor and visit The Meal Planner.
The Meal Planner’s taco soup is an easy dinner to make using leftovers from tacos the night before. Besides browning the sausage, the only other step was adding the leftover beans and meat to the crockpot with the rest of the ingredients. The soup cooked on low for four hours and I topped my bowl with avocado, tortilla chips and shredded cheese. Yummy!
Popsicles and summer go hand in hand and to kick off the beginning of the best time of year, I made these super easy pops out of three ingredients (below). I’d totally tell you how many cups of this and that to throw in the blender but I kind of winged it. Guess that’s why my food/drinks never come out the same each time. Luckily, these popsicles turned out just fine.
Mix the three ingredients in a blender. Pour into popsicle molds. Freeze for at least two hours.