Archive for Gifts from the Kitchen

November 8th, 2013

Easy Spiced Pumpkin Butter with {free} Printable Gift Tag

 

 

Sometimes, the simple things in life are the best.  This Spiced Pumpkin Butter is a cinch to make, yet you will absolutely love how good it is, how much holiday flavor it has, and how easy it will make your life in so many ways! In about 30 minutes you can have a simple burst of flavor for all your holiday gatherings and to give as holiday gifts.  Seriously, this stuff is somewhat addictive- it tastes so good;  it’s basically like spooning pumpkin pie from a jar!

Keep this little goody on hand through the holidays (if freezes)

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November 1st, 2013

Pumpkin Praline Bundt Cake

 

We hope you had a wonderful and fun-filled Halloween and that you are enjoying that Halloween Candy!  If you find yourself with a little more of that candy than you care to consume {or let your kids consume}, here’s a great tip: stash a little chocolate in the freezer to make Chopped Candy Cookie Bars - easy, delicious, and a great addition to your holiday cookie trays.

Can you believe it’s November?   I love these last two months of the year filled with holidays, parties, family and friends.   This Pumpkin Praline Bundt Cake will seriously get you in the

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June 12th, 2013

Sweet Liberty {free} Printables for July 4th

We are so anxious for the 4th of July – it’s always a fun day to celebrate!  To get your party started, we’ve created this Sweet Liberty tag because everyone loves a “Sweet” to take home!  You can add this tag to any homemade goodie – we’ve featured it with  Sweet Liberty Bark and our homemade Pixie Sticks!  If you’d rather, just fill a goodie bag or tin with your favorite red, white, and blue treats.

 

 

We’ve also coordinated some straw flags – you can use to make individual pixie stick treats or for your drink straws.

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May 10th, 2013

Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble

I was thrilled last week to find the most beautiful rhubarb at my grocer last week.   It’s not grown locally here in Texas and I don’t see it that often.  In fact when I got to the check out the teenage boy at the register was so excited by my rhubarb purchase.  I told him I was impressed that he knew what it was.  He replied, “Oh I know what it is . . . I’ve just never seen anyone buy it before!”  {I guess the South just doesn’t know what they are missing.}  Fortunate for me, it’s a wonderful

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May 6th, 2013

Bless Your Sweet Hands: Lemon Sugar Hand Scrub and {free} Printable Tags

Chalkboard hands, Helping hands, Dry-Your-Tear hands.  Hands that clap, Hands that guide, Hands that hold your hands.

All those sweet hands that influence our lives are in for a treat.  A Lemon Sugar Hand Scrub is the perfect way to say thanks – to moms, grandmothers, teachers, or anyone you want to do something special for.

This sweet scrub is easy to make, just sugar, coconut oil, lemon zest and a little lemon oil.  So simple, but it will leave your hands feeling smooth and wonderful!  We’ve created a label for the scrub, plus a couple notes to add to

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