Showing posts from August, 2019

Meatballs in the Crockpot: Quick Dinner Idea!

 Meatballs in the Crockpot: Quick Dinner Idea! This time of year just begs for quick dinner ideas and this one is a favorite! Make the perfect meatballs in the crockpot and serve them any way you want. These are perfect for appetizers at a party or piled on a hoagie roll for the best meatball sub. Best part, these are super simple and quick!  Ingredients: Meatballs 1 Jar of Grape Jelly 1 Bottle of Barbecue Sauce 1 Crockpot  Simply mix the whole bottle of barbecue sauce and the entire jar of grape jelly into the crock pot.  Whisk the 2 ingredients together.  Then add the meatballs, stirring while adding to coat them all in the sauce. Set the Crockpot for high for 3 hours. Serve warm. Awesome for parties! Leftovers save easily and can even be refrozen.  Like, Pin and Share!

10 Perfect Back-to-School Cookie Recipes!

10 Perfect Back-to-School Cookie Recipes! Cookies are the perfect treat to put in the kids lunch box...they are also wonderful for an after school snack! Here's 10 amazing cookie recipes that are sure to impress! Which one are you dying to try? I'll take one of each! Nutella Bars Power Bites Pumpkin Fudge Homemade Thin Mints Upgraded Cookies Gluten Free Caramel Ganache Bars Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Bites Peanut Butter and Jam Cookies Butterscotch Blondies Lollipop Cookies Like, Pin and Share!

High Gloss Resin Coconut Shell Necklace DIY

 High Gloss Resin Coconut Shell Necklace DIY Make a high gloss resin coconut shell necklace for a natural and tropical look. Turn ordinary pieces of coconut shells into glossy and stunning jewelry. These necklaces feel tropical and exotic because of their natural nature. This is a fun craft for Summer camps (now that they are all over, right?) or just because! Supplies Needed: Coconut Shell High Gloss Resin Twine Wooden Beads Mixing Cups, Stirring Sticks, Disposable work surface and gloves Begin by breaking the coconut into pieces. I enlisted my husband to help me with this part. He took a rock from the garden and whacked it right on top by the 3 dots. And just like that it cracked down the middle and he pulled it apart. Then he broke the shell into smaller pieces with the rock. Then I picked a few pieces I liked and picked off the meat. I ate it too. Do you like fresh coconut? Then I gave the pieces back to my husband and asked him sweetly to sand the