And no, it's not because it's co-owned by one of the stars of Supernatural.
I'm a HUGE foodie. It might not look like it on here because I never post anything about food but I am trying to break that habit. I promise! But I love food (probably too much...)
So when it fully hit me that I was heading to Disney Land (i.e. when I bought my plane tickets), I realized I was finally going to be able to try all the treats I didn't get to try last time I was there! So I started making a Disney Land Treats Bucket List, which I thought I would share with you on here.
If you’ve been paying attention to a couple of previous blog posts, you’ll find out that I started the TV show Supernatural in the middle of this past semester. And I had fallen in love with the cast and crew as well as some of their significant others, because many of them are literal definitions of couple goals and family goals.
Recently, Genevieve Padalecki- who is not only Jared Padalecki’s (who plays Sam Winchester) wife, but also portrayed one of the villains in season four of the show, went live on her very own blog, called Now & Gen. I loved following her Instagram because it is soooooo gorgeous so I was very excited when she announced her blog was finally live.
I am so excited to finally share this recipe on the blog. I have been wanting to do it for a while but every time I made the dish, I never got photos or I was making it as a quick treat to take to a party. But I had some free time (and a vegetarian friend to feed) so I decided now was the perfect time!
During our weekend in Beaumont, the three of us (Kaci, Bri and I) knew we wanted to have brunch on Sunday morning for our final thing, even if it was just for fancy mimosas and girl chat. After discussing it with her co-workers, Kaci had given us two options and Madison’s is what stuck out for us. Once we arrived, all three of us agreed that we loved the vibe the restaurant had.
One of my favorite things about the Halloween holiday (well actually... Any holiday in general) is the food! I am a huge foodie so anytime there is a special occasion, I am down to whip up something. For Halloween, I added a tasty twist to one of my favorite appetizers.
Finals are just around the corner which means countless hours spent studying and finalizing projects. The majority of the time is spent huddled in the quietest corner of the library or hunched over your desk in your bedroom only venturing out for water and chips.
I am one of the people who will go without food for several hours just so I can cram in extra studying time, but I have recently realized how unhealthy that is, both physically and mentally so I have taken a different approach.
Being back at school, I am kicking myself for taking 18 hours this semester. It has seriously cutting into my eating time, and for anyone who knows me personally, when I get hungry, I get mean. What usually helps is having a bag of snacks, prepared either the night before or right before I head to school and I'll snack on that during the day until I get a break for lunch or I'll snack through lunch to get school work or posts for this blog edited.
Some of my favorite snacks for on the go would be ranging from healthy to not very healthy.
Apple slices are an easy fruit to cut up the night before, stick in little baggies and pop in the fridge to grab as your rush out the door the next morning. You can even mix it up a little by placing some grapes or chocolate covered almonds into the bag as well.
Popcorn is probably the most common snack food (not counting cookies!) and probably the most easiest to take with you. Pop the corn, stick it in a ziploc baggie (possibly toss in some M&Ms as well) and you are good to go!
Strawberries are most definitely my favorite fruit of all time. There are just so many things you can do with them! Snacking wise though, there are several possibilities. You can eat them with nutella (YUM), although that tends to be more of an at-home snack when you're studying, sprinkle some sugar on them and chomp at them like that.
People have such a wide variety of taste that some of my favorite snacks don't even make someone else's top 10! So I wanna hear from y'all. What is your favorite on-the-go snack?
When I was making a list for Christmas-y snacks/foods for the blog, I will admit these were never on my list to try. But I recently had a thought and this idea was born. I was really excited to make these because it was my first time using a bain marie (which is basically just a pot of boiling water and a bowl over it with the chocolate to melt).
Besides having a fun time making these, they were actually really easy to make and cheap. You only need two ingredients which are candy canes and chocolate chips.
Simple, festive, and delicious! I am so excited to share these with my family and get their reactions to them!
Merry Christmas everyone!!!
Decorating for Christmas can always be a tedious task, especially if it is an all-day thing. And I always seem to get hungry when we decorate so this year instead of taking time to eat huge snacks and not be hungry for lunch or dinner, I decided to make a Christmas trail mix to snack on while we decorate the tree and the house.
This recipe is really simple and easy to make. I absolutely love trail mix, especially with chocolate and raisins so you can bet that I fell in love with it right away and I hope y'all do too!
What you will need: