If you love eating a bowl of Lucky Charms Cereal with milk, then you will looooove this Lucky Charms Blizzard!
1/4 cup milk
1 tbsp whipping cream
3/4 cup Lucky Charms Cereal + extra for sprinkling on top
1/4 cup rainbow sprinkles + extra for sprinkling on top
Brilliant idea to turn an old bathtub into an ice chest!
Learn how to make this beautiful vintage cast iron claw-foot bathtub sofa. Tutorial...
Claw foot cast iron bath tub from the 1940’s turned into the perfect set of one of a kind seating. Etsy...
Sebastian Luczywo takes photographs using his old bath tube as a stage. His wife, children and some of the animals on his farm are models in these beautiful and creative photos. Via...
From a bathtub into a couch. Via...
Handmade couch/lounge chair made out of old clawfoot tub. Via...
Old bathtube turned into a pond. Via...
Bathtube rocker. Via...
There are many different uses for those old tubs… how about a bathtub go-kart? Twitter...
These Strawberry Creme Truffles are amazing and the filling just melts in your mouth!
Go to My Whole Food Life for the recipe...
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Want to Make Company-Worthy Frozen Fruit Mousse? All You Need is 3 Ingredients and 5 Minutes! Looks delicious!
2 tablespoons of sugar (or use sugar, honey, maple syrup or stevia extract to taste)
1 large egg white
Fresh berries and whipped cream for serving (optional)
Go to seriouseats.com for instructions.
Dress up your plain mugs using tissue paper and dishwater safe Mod Podge.
Hop on over to I Spy Diy for full tutorial...
So pretty and really easy to make!
Pan-fried salmon, flaked into tender pieces and tossed with spaghetti and green veg in a creamy lemon and garlic sauce. Everything’s ready in 30 minutes or less – which makes it a brilliant, balanced meal for those busy week nights. Divine!
Head over to Kitchen Sanctuary for the recipe...
Those are the cutest breads-in-cups EVER.
Your choice of bread recipe. You can use almost any yeast bread recipe to make these. I used the hokkaido recipesince I had too much dough to fit into one loaf.
1. After first proofing of dough, take chunks of dough about 1 inch in diameter and roll to form round balls. Take smaller chunks to add two ears to each bear. Make sure to smooth the doughs for ears firmly into the larger face ball or else the smaller chunks may fall off when rising or baking.
2. Let dough sit for second proofing so that they rise almost double in size. Place bear heads onto baking sheet lined with parchment paper. For my recipe, it required baking at 350F. I baked these until golden, about 15 minutes.
3. After bread has cooled, place them in tea cups. Use a edible decorating pen to draw eyes and nose on bear faces.
Read all about the making of these cute bears in a cup at kirbiecravings.com