Crispy Onion Rings

You will love these super crispy onion rings! They are easily made at home with just a few simple ingredients!


2-3 large yellow onions, sliced ¼ inch thick
1 cup almond milk
2-3 cups of Panko® bread crumbs
1 10 oz box Kikkoman® Tempura batter mix
1-2 tsp garlic salt, divided
1-2 tsp Cajon seasoning, divided
Vegetable oil, enough to cover onions

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Orange Banana Smoothie

This looks so good and healthy! I will definitely try it !


2 cups of orange juice
zest of one orange
1 cup bananas, frozen
1 ½ cups carrots
1 cup greek vanilla yogurt*
1-2 Tablespoons of honey
orange slices, for garnish

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DIY Flower Ribbons For Your Boots

Dress up your boots with these cute flower ribbons. You can wear them on any boots or in your hair!

You will need:

Small black flowers
Black grosgrain ribbon {in any size you like}
Safety pins {or your choice of closure like velcro}
Optional: leather

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DIY - Ship-In-A-Bottle Lamp

DIY - Ship-In-A-Bottle Lamp

Upcycle a glass bottle and make this cute kitschy Ship-In-A-Bottle lamp. Wonderful project and would be very cool in the kids room! Take a look at the spep by steps tutorial here...

DIY - Ship-In-A-Bottle Lamp

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Homemade Soft Pretzels Recipe

Going to have to try this one!


1 1⁄2 cup warm (110 to 115 degrees F) water
1 tbsp sugar
2 tsp kosher salt
1 package active dry yeast
22 oz all-purpose flour, approximately 4 1/2 cups
2 oz unsalted butter, melted
1 vegetable oil, for pan
10 cup water
2⁄3 cup baking soda
1 large egg yolk, beaten with 1 tablespoon water
1 pretzel salt

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Creative Back to School Lunch Ideas


1. Sandwich kebabs?  Not only are these easy to make, they’re fun to eat! What kid wouldn’t want to pull these out of their lunch box.  Via...


2. Stop cut apples from browning in your child’s lunch box by securing with a rubber band. Via...


3. This set of 4 Match & Munch Lunch Punch sandwich cutters turns sandwiches into fun and interactive shapes while cutting off the crusts. They make kids' food fun to eat, removes crust with minimal waste, and cuts sandwiches into two or more nifty-sized pieces. Via Amazon


4. Banana Dog Bites. See how it's done in the video below!


5. Butterfly snacks.  Make butterfly shaped snacks that kids will love. Put grapes or other snacks in snack bags and clip with a clothespin. Perfect for school, special events, parties, daycare, etc. See how it's done in the video below!


6.Funky Lunch started out from a very simple place - the desire of a loving father to turn an ordinary lunchtime sandwich into something a bit different in order to encourage his children to eat a varied and healthy lunch. The book features many of the very best Funky Lunch sandwich ideas, from simple farmyard creatures and cucumber crocodiles to favourite characters from the world of children's TV, as well as some fun and creative interactive spreads to help get the little ones involved in choosing and making their own lunch. Get the book here...


7.Angry Birds Sandwiches. Via...


8. Chef’s Salad on a Stick. You could use turkey and whatever cheese your children enjoy. Via...


9. Edible Arrangements – Veggie Flower Bouquet. Via...

DIY - Painted Cross Stitch Lamp Shade

Learn how to make your own no-sew painted cross stitch lamp shade! This project takes just one hour of hands-on time to complete.

You will need:

Plain white lampshade with a flat surface (no pleats or texture)
16-gauge gold aluminum floral wire
Wire cutters
Piece of high-pile carpeting, thick cork or cotton batting (optional)
Free printable cross stitch flower pattern printed onto plain white copy paper
Painter's tape
Fabric markers (in red, pink, green, light blue, dark blue, gray and yellow)
Fabric paint (in red, pink, green, light blue, dark blue, gray and yellow)
Round detail paintbrush
Plastic paint tray

Head over to ehow for tutorial and free printable flower pattern!

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