I love trying new ways to make chicken breasts because they can get very boring after awhile. They’re an excellent source of protein and for me personally, the easiest part of the chicken to cook. I put a spin on these chicken breasts Read More
I call this “sorta Mexican corn” because I don’t want to offend anyone’s culture by switching up their recipe a bit. Mexican street corn is amazing and it’s also known as, elotes.Read More
I’m not sure if Baker’s Square is a Michigan thing or not but it was a restaurant that I remember getting all of our pies and cakes from as a child. I’m honestly not even sure if they’re open any longer?Read More
Welp, I think the title speaks for itself lol. These wings are so good that they made ask myself, Lord where is my husband because Read More
I love when I come across things on Pinterest that I can either A) afford or B) make myself. Well this color-coded bookcase had both!Read More
Sizzled is clearly a better way of saying, I got distracted and forgot that my food was in the oven so it came out slightly burnt lol. Read More
I’ll be very honest here, I’ve never had two chicken salads that taste the same. Like everyone and every company makes their chicken salad a different way, but mine….it’s really good! Read More
This under the sea Mac & Cheese recipe was so good, I almost applied for a business loan to open a restaurant! Read More
I was browsing on Pinterest, per usual, and came across quite a few of these awesome signs that parents were using for their kid’s first day of school. Most of them were pre-made and available for purchase. However, with only a few days left before the school year started,Read More
A perfect cheesecake option for kids!!!
As much as I would love to say I made this from scratch, I can’t. Yes, this was made from cake mix out of the box folks. However, there are tons of ingredients added, therefore I suppose you could say I made the pineapple upside down cake from “semi-scratch”. Is that a thing? Well I made it a thing.Read More
You want to make something quick, yummy, and Valentin’s Day oriented without all the work? This is the perfect treat! Trust me, these look fancy but they only take 15 minutes to make, 10 of which they’re in the oven and that requires no work at all.
HERE’S WHAT YOU WILL NEED
1 Container of Pilsbury Cinnamon Rolls (gave me 9 shapes)
Red food coloring
Cookie Sheet/ Aluminum pan for baking
Optional: sprinkles, Vanilla Bean ice cream
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
- Create shapes with the cinnamon roll dough. Don’t get frustrated, these do not come apart easily. Use your play-doh skills to roll and form shapes.
3. While the shapes are in the oven, microwave icing cup (comes inside of cinnamon roll container ) for 10 seconds, this will make it easier to stir the food coloring in. Add 2-3 drops of food coloring to icing.
4. Bake cinnamon roll shapes for 10 minutes, then add red drizzle and sprinkles. Add vanilla bean ice cream on the side to dip shapes into.