Only three ingredients is all you need to create this delicious Marshmallow Dip. It’s perfect for serving at a Holiday Party, or give as a gift.
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Holiday time is filled with parties, whether you are hosting or attending, so having a quick treat that only takes about 10 minutes is perfect. We are all super busy, and with all the extra things there are to do during the holiday season it’s especially helpful. Or maybe you are looking for that perfect Teacher Gift, this Marshmallow Dip would be so cute in a mason jar, with cookies or crackers for dipping, tie a pretty ribbon around it with a note.
Thanks to Lauren from Lauren’s Latest for sharing this delicious Marshmallow Dessert Recipe with us for our 100 Days of Homemade Holiday Inspiration!
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With just a few simple supplies and about 20 minutes of your time, you can create this Easy Christmas Wreath. Not only is the wreath a beautiful decoration for your home, it would make a great Holiday gift too!
Day 6 of our 100 Days of Homemade Holiday Inspiration continues! Each day we are inspiring you with recipes, decorating ideas, crafts, homemade gift ideas and much more!
Growing up with a Mom that was a florist, gave me the love of fresh greenery, especially during the holiday season. Cutting greenery from your yard, the neighbors yard (with permission of course) or along side the road is a great way to be creative. If you happen to live somewhere that’s not possible, many florists will sell greenery for you to use. You could also probably find artificial greenery at the craft stores.
Rachel has a fantastic tutorial for putting together this gorgeous Christmas wreath and decoration. I did a little poking around while I was visiting her blog, and you must check out her Gallery, really fun projects!
Thanks to Rachel from The Crafted Life for sharing the Christmas wreath decorating idea with us for our 100 Days of Homemade Holiday Inspiration!
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People are very fickle when it comes to how they drink their coffee, and I count myself among them. Like many people I became a coffee drinker during my days in college, those late night study sessions were fueled by it’s caffeine. And like many who early on sweetened their drink with sugar or cream I have experimented with different roasts and varied the blends of coffee additions to my drink. I’ve gone so far as to mix different roasts together to find the perfect taste. Does this make me a coffee snob? Probably.
Thankfully there are coffee suppliers out there that take the hassle out of finding your perfect taste. Millstone Coffee Company has just released two new roast’s that are available in store. Their medium roast House Blend, which I can atest is a perfect first morning cup roast that finishes smooth and their Mayan Black Onyx which as you can guess from the name is a dark roast that is USDA Organic and a Fair Trade Certified Coffee.
As I said in the beginning we are a fickle people so getting use to change how we drink our coffee can be challenging but I’ve gathered 7 Drink Recipes To Change Your Morning Coffee Routine.
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Millstone Coffee has two new varieties - Mayan Black Onyx™ and House Blend™ available in your local grocery store nationwide beginning August 2014, available in 10-12oz size bags & K-Cup® packs. The House Blend is a well-balanced and flavorful coffee with a smooth finish made possible by slow roasting. And Mayan Black Onyx is their newest coffee, ideal for those who prefer a darker, more exotic roast. It’s a full-bodied blend of the finest Arabica beans the world has to offer.
Ah Fall…the weather begins to cool down, the leaves begin to change, and it’s time to begin baking with all the wonderful flavors – apple, caramel, pecans – oh yes, and pumpkin! Nothing quite compares to a loaf of Pumpkin Bread warm from the oven, or a batch of Pumpkin Cookies with Maple Frosting on top! This Pumpkin Cream Cheese Layered Dessert fits right in with all the luscious Pumpkin Desserts!
This recipe is brought to you by International Delight
This Layered Pudding Dessert recipe is one that I have been making for years, and originally coming from my sister-in-law. Typically I use 1 box of chocolate pudding and 1 box of vanilla pudding, but since we are all ready for delicious Fall Desserts, I decided to change up the flavors and use International Delight Pumpkin Pie Spice Creamer.
While I do love pumpkin flavor, I have to be honest and say that I am a bit picky when it comes to pumpkin desserts. For instance, I love Pumpkin Cookies, Cake and Bread but I really don’t like Pumpkin Pie. So this time around when I made this Pumpkin Cream Cheese Layered Dessert, I didn’t add any additional canned pumpkin, just letting the flavor of the creamer do all the work.
This dessert is easy and goes together quickly. The longest amount of time is waiting for the crust to cool, often I make the crust the night before, so I can speed up the process when putting together the layers. The crust is a combination of flour, sugar, butter and nuts. To bring in more of the Fall flavors, I used pecans this time, but you can certainly use walnuts if you want.
Then the first layer is the cream cheese layer, creamed together with sugar and whipped topping until smooth and spread over the crust.
For the pudding layer, I used 2 small boxes of instant French Vanilla pudding, and a combination of milk and International Delight Pumpkin Pie Spice Creamer. After whisking until smooth, pour over the cream cheese layer. And into the fridge to set for about 10 minutes.
Finishing with more whipped topping and a good sprinkle of chopped pecans.
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of International Delight. The opinions and text are all mine.
Over the years, some of the best gifts that I have received for Christmas have been homemade, very simple things. The saying goes “it’s the thought that counts,” and really it couldn’t be more true. This best Hot Cocoa Recipe is a bit spicy but when paired with the luscious Homemade Marshmallows Recipe, it’s a win-win!
Day 5 of our 100 Days of Homemade Holiday Inspiration continues! Each day we are inspiring you with recipes, decorating ideas, crafts, homemade gift ideas and much more!
Once upon a time I thought making Homemade Marshmallows was super difficult and only for those that had mad baking skills. But after gaining the courage to try them, I quickly realized they aren’t difficult at all. And oh my, they taste SO much better than store bought. I’m dreaming (okay maybe not dreaming) but anticipating the cold winter nights, gathered around the Christmas tree enjoying a cup of this Spicy Hot Cocoa!
There are so many people on our gift list that would enjoy some dry hot cocoa mix and homemade marshmallows – teachers, the mailman, the baby sitter, and so many more!
Thanks to Julie from Savvy Eats for sharing these delicious recipe with us for our 100 Days of Homemade Holiday Inspiration!
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