Everyone loves pasta salad! EVERYONE. It's perfect for potlucks, parties, evening dinner side dish, lunch, ids, adults... It is one the whole family will enjoy and devour! Such a simple and refreshing dish. Pasta Salad whips up fast, and simple. The ingredients are flexible- if tomatoes are not well loved in your family throw them out, replace it with a little grilled zucchini. Pasta salad is so versatile! It's even on you can prepare it a day ahead. Make sure to stir before serving, so the . . .
Peanut butter blossom cookies are a classic cookie everyone knows and loves. Creamy peanut butter and a big ol' chocolate Hershey kiss in the middle. It's cookie every adult loves and reminds them of childhood. It's a cookie every child is growing to love. This peanut butter blossom cookie recipe comes from a previous contributor, Anna, of oh so. It's her Grandma Eliason's recipe and her dad's favorite cookie. It's such a special family recipe! It's quite delicious. Baking Peanut . . .
I discovered Two Loves Studio a while ago and fell in love with her photography, her style and the down-to-earth feeling her feed had. Despite being an incredible photographer she is also kind and welcoming in her instagram. I signed up for her emails- which were incredibly informed and soon she created this incredible course called Lightroom Magic. I immediately signed up for the course. Not only is it completely affordable but its SO GOOD. I know "so good" doesn't hardly even . . .
This is legit the best sweet n sour chicken recipe! It was put on this blog many years ago and I've made it countless times all these years. My husband requests it often and my kids gobble it all down. I know you will feel the same. The sauce is perfect, not too sweet and not to tangy. Pepper and onions add the most delicious flavors with the sweet pineapple. Top it on rice and it's very filling and satisfying. The best part is its simple and fast. Weeknights become so busy! We are always . . .
Disney's Ice Cream Nachos are a pretty famous item, and I have to agree they are a genius combination! Nachos of any kind give me all the heart eyes. You know what is even better? Ice cream nachos with homemade hot fudge sauce. This is the perfect dessert because you can make the hot fudge ahead of time and basically pull everything out of the pantry and freezer for your guests, not to mention presentation is incredible. You'll get oooh's and ahhhh's all around the table. It's true, it's . . .
Hands down - my absolute favorite Disneyland treat is the Dole Whip Float. I LOVE them! I honestly look forward most to this cold dessert more than any of the rides. And let me tell you - the float is the way to go. Skip the standard Dole Whip and go for the float. That tart pineapple juice next to pineapple soft serve is a match made in Disneyland heaven. Blendtec To The Rescue Creating a this copycat is a little easier than you may think. The Dole whip is dairy free - so no ice . . .
When Des and I went to Disneyland last month one of our FAVORITE things we ate were the skewers at Bengal BBQ. Bengal BBQ is located right across from the Tiki Room and they serve the most delicious and fresh food. Let me tell you, it is such a welcomed treat after eating churros, corn dogs, and ice cream cones. I knew right away that I needed to re-create this at home. At the park we ordered Chieftain Chicken Skewer and the Safari Skewer. The Chieftan Chicken Skewer is a simple . . .
Disneyland apple freeze drink is a popular refreshing drink people love to indulge in when they're visiting the park. I completely understand why! Who doesn't love slushes? Who doesn't love slushes that taste like caramel apples?! Disneyland's apple freeze comes with a sweet slushy bottom and a tropical whipped topping. I've really only seen one copycat recipe floating from a fellow food blogger (and the others copied their recipe) and its probably a delicious recipe! but it is loaded . . .
Something that has been on Kadee and my bucket list for this blog has been a Disney Family Dining Guide. We wanted to explore Disneyland for great eating locations (& maybe locations that are not the most well known) for families. So we sadledup and went to Disneyland! It was a HOT and crowded day and we quickly realized that we were not going to be able to explore the entire park's eating establishments. So I enlisted my good friend, long-time employee of Disneyland and trusted . . .
We are so excited for Disneyland Guide Series! Besides for where to eat at Disneyland & some really yummy copycat recipes we also want to recommend where we stayed for the weekend. We stayed at the The Anaheim Hotel. This hotel has been bought recently by a major company and they are totally fixing it up. Repairing and beautifying EVERYTHING. Everything from the grounds, to the rooms, the dinning and bar. I mean everything. And they are doing a beautiful job. Their website has more . . .