From 3D printers to the Foodini, what else is there?! Guys, meet the Egg-bot. Need help egg decorating for Easter? Your Egg-bot is here to the rescue! Now, let’s get cracking shall we? 😛 (excuse me for my egg puns guys…just couldn’t help myself haha)
Forget about the jelly beans! Forget about the candy! There’s a new treat peeping here and there this spring! 🙂 Dunkin’ Donuts are having special peeps donuts now! THEY ARE LIMITED EDITION ONLY and are available starting March 31 for a limited time! Aren’t these treats lovely for the spring season? 🙂
Easter is almost here so I found a treat on Brit + Co. that would be great to make for Easter! These chocolate confetti eggs are great if you want something that is simple and colorful to make. 🙂 Not only do they look amazing, they’re also edible since the shell is made out of chocolate! Here is the link for you guys to check out the tutorial: http://www.brit.co/chocolate-eggs/
Have a great week everybody! 🙂
Hey guys! Remember when I mentioned about how my class and I were participating in an innovation project in our class? Well, my friend recently showed me a site called “The Journal,” and there was food art! Omg..they were so cute. Who would’ve thought you could make so many kinds of picture and art from just food?! These people took something ordinary such as food and innovated it into beautiful art. I remember when I was little, I was told to never play with food, but I think making the food into works of art invites the kids to want to eat their food more! It gets them excited to eat their food, especially if they look that fun! 🙂 I thought these creative innovations were so brilliant I just had to share it with you guys! 🙂 Hope you have a great week~
Hey guys! Alrighty…St. Patrick’s Day is tomorrow, and if you need a last minute treat idea, you’ve come to the right place! I came across these Chocolate Mint Creams from bhg.com the other day and thought that they looked adorable and yummy to make. Whether you want to make these for St. Patrick’s Day or just as a treat for the week, you should check it out! Although it doesn’t really stick to the color scheme of green, I still think it’d be a hit to your friends and family if you decide to make them. 🙂
Recently, in class, we were watching the movie Paths of Glory. In this movie, there were soldiers from France who were sent out to do the impossible, which was to attack the ant hill controlled by the Germans. However, they failed to do so, and 3 of the soldiers were tried in court for being cowards. They were found guilty for “not bravely serving their country.”
Hey guys! 🙂 This week I saw this recipe on cakeandallie.com and couldn’t help but post about it! When I saw the Pistachio and White Chocolate Macarons, I thought it was perfect for St. Patrick’s Day. Even though it wasn’t Irish inspired, the macarons’ subtle green looks adorable. I’ll leave the website down below so you guys can check out the recipe! Hope you enjoy~
This week we were supposed to create a WW1 poem in class. My teacher handed out papers with four poems on it, which we were supposed to read. Afterwards, we had to get into groups of 3 or 4 and create a new poem using the words from those four poems. After a while, my group and I realized it was a bit difficult to write the poem because it limited us to using only the words in the poem. We also had to work together to agree about what to write.
Just like how my group and I had to combine all the great pieces of artwork in the WW1 poems to make a new poem, it relates to how you have to be creative to combine new things sometimes and try to make something new and delicious. I recently ran across a recipe in a blog called girlversusdough, and guess what? It was a dessert pizza! I don’t think I’ve ever tried one before so after seeing this I was like “woah!” I mean…what more can I say about the combination? It was cookies and creme (one of my all time favorites) and pizza! Enough said. I’ll put her link down below~ 🙂 Hope you guys enjoy!