Wondering what to do with that leftover candy corn? Just in time for a sweet snack at Thanksgiving – oh yum!
Add salted peanuts to the mix for a treat that takes just like a payday candy bar. I use half nuts, half candy corn for the right balance. Serve it up in a cute container, with festive napkins or a small plastic cup.
You’ll definitely have a crowd pleaser. Happy Thanksgiving!
My best to you.
Most importantly, Happy Thanksgiving ya’ll! I hope you’ve enjoyed your day as much as I have. We’ve been together with friends and extended family all day, and loving every minute of it. Our hearts are bubbling over with gratitude and love today. We have so much for which to be thankful!
I’ve never been a black Friday, 3 am rise and shine kind of gal, searching for the best deal the day after Thanksgiving. However, I do like to get a jump start on my Christmas shopping, Etsy style. Have you ever shopped Etsy?
So today I’m sharing this cute little trick for absolutely making someone’s day! Guaranteed. Did you know you can mail a bouncy ball straight from the post office? Oh yes you can, and we did.
When you’re a kid it’s not really a birth DAY, it’s more like a birth MONTH! And I say, why not! The girls turned 4 earlier this month, and we celebrated on the small-scale with Mimis and PaPas. It was perfect.
Spring is finally here, and what better way to celebrate than a good egg hunt, lunch with my family, and most importantly the celebration that He is risen.
I love a beautiful table setting for our Easter lunch. We’re saving a seat just for you!
Blue and yellow are great contrasting colors for an Easter lunch table. This Williams-Sonoma table cloth and matching napkins have sweet bunny accents along the edge for a subtle look.
Since I was about 13 years old my dream job has been to deliver flowers. It may sound crazy, but anyone who knows me has heard me say this.
I think, no matter the circumstance, flowers make people smile – even if it’s just for a brief moment. The idea that someone out there is thinking about us makes our hearts happy. Right?
We had a blast! First of all, thank you to those who commented on my party prep and entertaining tips on FaceBook and Instagram. I had a wonderful time pulling this party together. If you missed the post last week on party prep and effortless entertaining, you can catch up here.
Visiting with my neighborhood ladies always makes for a fun evening.
It’s time to PARTY! Have I told you that I live in the greatest neighborhood on the planet, and boy does this cul-de-sac know how to socialize. We all really enjoy the company of one another, and we’ve found an amazing support system here.
I love to host a party, and just as much, I really enjoy weekend guests. It’s fun to give my guests a little ‘pretty’ after spending time together. It’s so unexpected, but really special. These 1 Ingredient Homemade, Petite Chocolate Truffles will wow them with love and hospitality, and they are super easy to make.
It’s Day 10 in my 12 Days of Christmas Series, and I’ve saved you a special seat at the table! I can smell the ham baking and mashed potatoes well underway. And my mouth is already watering for my favorite coconut pie. What’s on your menu for this special gathering?