A freshly baked loaf of bread is always a nice gift to give or receive. During the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, many of us will have family in our homes, and my loaded banana bread recipe is the perfect addition to your holiday breakfast menu.Read More
Thank you to all who participated in the Hello Fall Link Party! During this link party you were invited to share fall/autumn crafts, DIY projects, recipes, activities, and more. As promised, I am featuring my three favorite post links today.Read More
Along with baby soap, shampoo, and wipes, diaper rash cream is a necessary personal care product for babies. No matter how diligently a new mom changes her baby’s diapers, it’s almost impossible to avoid diaper rash at some point. When I purchase diaper rash cream for my babies, there are three guidelines I use to help me choose the best cream…Read More
Today, I am co-hosting the Hello Fall Link Party. This is a month long party, lasting from September 17th until October 18th! That gives all you amazing bloggers plenty of time to share your fall/autumn blog posts and link up.Read More
Candy corn speaks fall and autumn loud and clear, and what’s better than candy corn for home décor? I love fall decorations that are classy and can be used year after year, and these candy corn wooden blocks will find a place in your home season after season! Use them to complement a fall mantle or as a kitchen table centerpiece.Read More
The story I am sharing today is a health nightmare that I personally experienced. It describes how I fought c diff and the value of probiotics along with a lengthy review of Dr. Ohhira's Probiotics®. I received free product from Moms Meet to use and post my honest opinions. Compensation for this post was provided and this page may contain affiliate links. Please see my full disclaimer/disclosure.Read More
The idea for these fall pumpkin wreaths developed as I was creating them. I originally purchased multiple colors of burlap ribbon and planned for my project to include three wreath forms—red, brown, and orange—with rosettes attached. When I realized I didn’t have any scrap fabric that would match, the rosettes were out. For some reason, I was in a pumpkin, “orangey” mood, and my plans changed!Read More
I missed writing Currently August 2018, so I definitely wanted to make the post for September! I thought about titling this post Currently August and September, but then it wouldn’t be very “current” because August has come and gone! And boy did it zoom by quickly this year! So, here’s what I’m currently starting, buying, sharing, reading, and recording in September.Read More
One secret key to making great chicken salad is keeping the chicken nice and moist. Using a slow cooker is one of the easiest ways to ensure the chicken doesn’t dry out. I also use boneless frozen chicken breast tenderloins as it’s just much easier to work with boneless meat!Read More
Thank you to all who participated in the Summer Time Fun Link Party! During this link party you were invited to share summer crafts, DIY projects, recipes, activities, vacation ideas... basically anything related to summer!Read More
Since February of this year, I have written a currently post once a month that features five key words. Sometimes the word promptings are easy to think through, and other times it’s a challenge! For the month of July, I am celebrating, visiting, baking, wearing, and loving.Read More
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Today marks the first day of summer! Fun in the sun and more quality family time are just a few of the perks! Keeping the Lord at the center of your family during times of recreation and when creating new family traditions is essential. Here are some faith-based activities that can spiritually encourage your family in the Lord.Read More
Even though the first day of summer isn't until June 21, 2018, the summer season is here! It's hot and sunny with occasional afternoon showers that keep it humid in the deep South and make for uncontrollable frizzy hair! Today, I am co-hosting the Summer Time Fun Link Party. This is a month long party, lasting from June 15th until July 16th!Read More
Sometimes it’s difficult to find the perfect centerpiece for a kitchen table or some other focal point that needs a bit of décor. Holidays are always a fun time of year to decorate, but finding décor for the patriotic holidays that is classic, stylish, and on trend can be challenging. Let’s face it, some patriotic décor is super cute, and a lot of it is just plain tacky! Farmhouse style is definitely trendy right now. Go in any home store, and you will find it!Read More
Since July 4th holiday is coming up in less than a month, I recently decided to make a patriotic farmhouse style wreath. Farmhouse style is so trendy and makes a home feel welcoming and inviting, so what’s better than patriotic farmhouse décor to welcome my family as we go to-and-from home during these hot summer months?!!
When it comes to decorating with red, white, and blue for the holidays, I am pretty picky about the style with which I decorate.Read More
How is it already June? Didn’t the month of May just begin? This month I’m currently traveling, grilling, exploring, planting, and playing!Read More
Even though there are countless books and articles about children and how to care for them, babies do not arrive with instruction booklets! There are some things that moms learn in the day-to-day trenches of motherhood. We learn many of these things around the house, from other moms, and while out and about. These tips are learned with experience and sometimes that’s the best way!Read More
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I enjoy baking muffins and cookies, so last week I created a new recipe that is a hybrid! It has all the delicious chewiness of a freshly baked cookie but also has the moist texture of a muffin.
I have created a few muffin recipes, and sometimes I use oil and other times I use substitute ingredients. Cookie recipes usually require oil, so in order to develop that perfect cross between a cookie and a muffin, I chose to use Carotino Malaysian Red Palm Oil.Read More
One reason I enjoy sharing recipes at Peppermints and Cherries is to help me organize and remember some of my favorite recipes! My sister-in-law recently mentioned me how helpful she finds them, and I hope my other readers feel the same.
Today I’m featuring my recipe, Beef Tips and Broccoli for the Favorite Family Recipes Blog Hop. This is a quick and delicious meal that is easy for those weeknight dinner meals when you’re pressed for time.Read More
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It’s already month five on the calendar, and I am currently celebrating, creating, wearing, sharing, and going for the month of May!Read More