As the Christmas season settles upon us, there is an almost palpable energy in the air and a magic twinkle in the eyes of children. The anticipation of Christmas Day is larger than children are tall and seems to radiate from their little beings! Knowing how to celebrate and help children enjoy the season in an affordable way can often feel overwhelming.
The following is a sponsored post for Stella® Cheese, but the content and opinions expressed here are my own. This Stuffed Bacon Wrapped Dates Recipe is sure to be a holiday hit!
There is something special about savory and sweet foods, melting together bite by bite. They tend to be hard to resist; the temptation is too much for me. Stuffed bacon wrapped dates are one appetizer I always look forward to at gatherings for the holidays.
Treat the kids to a delicious fun special holiday treat that they can help you make! This Reindeer Rice Krispy Treats recipe is fun and easy to make. And even more delicious to eat. The best part is there is no baking involved here. There are a few items that are part of the ingredient list that I’ve linked to on Amazon to make it easier for you to find them. By making a purchase using that link, I may earn a small commission, but it doesn’t cost you anything extra.
When the holidays draw near, what’s the first thing you think of? For me, it’s all the delicious food being made in the kitchen to be served to my loved ones. The dessert table is always the main attraction. I’m always trying to come up with creative ways to hack our favorite holiday recipes, and this year I’ve hacked my own favorite dessert – Tres Leches.
This post was sponsored by Fresh From Florida as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central, however all opinions expressed are my own.
It’s blueberry season! How do I know, well because last month I wrote a post on how to pick the freshest fruits and vegetables during the winter season. Fortunately for those of us in Florida we have access to the freshest fruits and vegetables earlier in the seasons, and later.