Monday, December 10, 2007
I finally finished my little cottage today! I wish I would've kept track of my hours I put into it but I didn't. I'm guessing probably around 4-5 maybe give or take.
Saturday, December 8, 2007
Friday, December 7, 2007
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Monday, December 3, 2007
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Sunday, December 2, 2007
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Thursday, October 4, 2007
Here's a quick dessert that makes a huge impression! Adapted from my friend in 6th grade Angela White's mom's recipe for Mississippi Mud Cake Brownies.
I change things up a bit and add or subtract according to what's in my pantry. This time I used:
Devils Food Cake Mix (Bake in a 13X9 as directed).Wait until it cools and then spread a jar of Marshmallow Creme over the top.Sprinkle with Coconut (Toasted if you like) and then I added a lot of Chopped Pecans on top of that! I had some left over Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips that I melted and added a scant amount of milk to make it thin. Drizzle the Chocolate over the top and thats it! The cake turned out really light and fluffy because I used "Smart Balance" oil. It's high in Omega Three Fatty Acids and good for you at the same time!
Saturday, September 22, 2007
I made these a while back for a bridal shop in Santa Barbara, CA. They took uber amounts of time, but the effects came out right nice! They were made from a Classic Shortbread recipe (Martha of course) and I iced them with Royal Icing, Edible 14K Gold and Dragees!
Sunday, September 16, 2007
Even though I got married 3 years ago in June I still love to keep up with the Wedding Trends of today! At California Girl Weddings Blog we will be dedicated to every Creative aspect the DIY Bride might want to dabble in! Please feel free to share your thoughts!
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Saturday, September 15, 2007
I make this pie about once a year! I love the meringue piled extra high so I make a double batch! It's so delicious! The higher quality of chocolate you can get your hands on the better! Oreo cookies make the crust!
I was inspired to make these when I saw a drawing that resembled Madonna in a pretty cute lacy ensemble! I wish they had a cookie cutter for corsets ~ I had to hand cut each one! It would've made these go a little faster!
Caramel Apples never looked so Good! I used Kraft Caramels and after Dipping them I Rolled them in Crushed Honey Roasted Peanuts! I used regular Wooden Popsicle Sticks in these and then put the Cigarette Cookie over to hide the stick!