Wow, December is really flying by! I am so excited for Christmas but am totally having trouble dealing with the wait. Good thing I have been keeping myself busy. One thing I’ve been excited to do this Christmas season is to be part of Nap-time Creations‘ A Crafty Christmas event! So, if you are visiting from Nap-time Creations, welcome!
Hi! I’m Danita and I very excited to be guest posting for Shannah here at “Just Us Four.” I have a passion for all things food. I love planning it, preparing it, sharing it and of course eating it! At O Taste and See I blog about my family’s favorite recipes and often the stories behind them. My husband says it’s about, “Real Food for Real People”, that means, simple, easy, delicious dishes, made from ordinary ingredients. If your reading about it, we’ve probably recently eaten it.
Fudge is like THE Christmas time dessert for me. I think it is because my mom and grandma always made it in pretty much any variety you can imagine starting the day after Thanksgiving. There were always tins of it at my grandma’s house for us to enjoy during our visits. This year, I wanted to make my own fudge and decided to make peppermint marshmallow fudge.
Happy Holidays, everyone! I’m Consie and I blog over at Atop Serenity Hill about face and body painting, cake decorating, photography and anything else that comes along on my creative journey. I am excited to be here today (thanks, Shannah!) to share my coffee filter Christmas tree garland with you!
Cheesecake is one of my favorite desserts. If we are out to eat and cheesecake is on the menu, I’m probably going to order. I like to have my desserts in smaller sizes though and tend to go for things that are individually sized versus needing to be sliced. That was how my pumpkin cheesecake bites were born and also the though behind these peppermint chocolate chip cheesecake bites.
Hi all! I’m Julie and I blog about kids, food, and life at Teaching Good Eaters. While most of my posts at my own blog are focused in getting kids to eat good food and bringing some peace to your mealtimes, my most popular blog post by far, was about making really easy and really inexpensive homemade gifts for kids.
I love Christmas time. The lights, the music…especially the food. From Thanksgiving until the end of the year, it seems like our days and nights are filled with all kinds of yummy Christmas treats. I have been working on the menu for our annual Christmas party, our Christmas morning breakfast and our Christmas dinner. While searching, I also put together a collection of 50 delicious Christmas recipes in you case you are searching too!
Every potluck I go to during the holiday season is missing one thing: savory breads or muffins. We have a lot of chili, tons of soups or pastas and more than our share of desserts. But, I like a little bread with my soup or chili so I am always left missing the one thing that just isn’t there. For our office holiday potluck and my own Christmas party, I set out to remedy that problem by baking cayenne bacon chile cornbread mini muffins.