You know I’m a bit extra about the treats I bring for my kids’ activities, so it’s no surprise I came up with these little ballerina ghosts for Blair’s Halloween dance class. Her studio has a fun little tradition of having the dancers wear their costumes and pass out candy during Halloween week. I’m so happy with how these dance class Halloween treats turned out, plus they were really easy to make. Keep reading for the how-to!
Warning: LONG post ahead with LOTS of pictures! Grab a cup of coffee to settle in for this one. A couple months ago, we decided to do a family weekend getaway in Mississippi to visit Biloxi Beach. My kids saw the ocean for the first time! And I took a zillion pics. I finally narrowed them down (kinda) so let’s get started…
This post on the best ranch burgers for the grill was sponsored by Hidden Valley as part of an Influencer Activation and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
Like most of you, we’ve been spending more time than ever at home. The upside is that we have time to perfect some of our favorite grilling recipes! Over the long weekend, my husband made the BEST ranch burgers for the grill! I’m so excited to share the recipe with you.
And the quarantine meals continue! We managed to score some ground beef at the grocery store, so I decided to teach my kids how to make meatloaf muffins. I remember making these when I was a kid, and spending all this time at home during the quarantine is making me nostalgic. Today I’m sharing my easy meatloaf muffins recipe so you can make them, too!
If you follow me on Instagram, you know the Kansas City area is on a “stay at home order” right now. Basically, we can only leave our house for necessities, which means I’ve been doing a lot more cooking at home. I shared these baked chicken tenders with crispy panko breading on my Instagram Stories a few nights ago and had several requests to blog the recipe. This is an easy, family-friendly main dish–and the kids can even help prepare it!