This post has been sponsored by RITZ. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana RITZ Crackers are RITZ Crackers topped with peanut butter, hazelnut spread, fresh banana slices, and a drizzle of chocolate. It’s an easy snack idea that everyone will love.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Banana Bread is an easy banana bread recipe that is perfect for using up those overripe bananas!
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These All Natural Mango Popsicles are mixed with kiwi and strawberry pieces for a delicious no sugar added fruit popsicle recipe. [Read more…]
This quick and easy Curried Chicken Salad is a great low carb lunch or dinner recipe with lots of flavor.
We’re excited to partner with California Almonds today to bring you this delicious recipe. All opinions are our own.
This sweet and crunchy Mexican Chocolate Popcorn and Almonds is a light and satisfying snack that is easy to make.
Frozen Chocolate Covered Bananas were always one of my favorite after school snacks and now my kids love this easy snack just as much as I do!
This Homemade Pretzel Bites recipe makes soft, salty, pretzels that are perfect for dipping in a cheese dip!
Get ready for Shark Week with these fun Shark Jell-O bowls!
Whether it is for a Mother’s Day brunch or a picnic this Lemonade Fruit Salad is the perfect summer fruit salad recipe to share with friends and family.
These Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Bites are an easy snack recipe for kids and adults!
One of the ways I make it through the day is with these easy Peanut Butter and Banana Breakfast and Snack Wraps.
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Movie night Pajama Party with Hotel Transylvania 2 and sticky, salty and sweet M&M’S® Chocolate Candies S’mores Popcorn Balls.
It is finally winter here! I mean, I know it has technically been winter for a couple of months now but we’ve been having abnormally warm temps up here in Maryland (and I’ve loved every minute of it!). Suddenly last week Winter realized it has been slacking and the cold windy days have begun. That means no more spending the day at the park on the weekends and more curling up on the couch with the kids and some popcorn for a movie night. [Read more…]
This easy Buffalo Chicken Nachos recipe is made with crunchy kettle chips and tangy buffalo sauce and blue cheese. Thanks to Cape Cod® Potato Chips for sending us several flavors to try, it was hard to pick a favorite!
Do you ever just throw a recipe together because you don’t have a lot of time but you’ve got hungry people to feed, and it turns out amazing? That’s this recipe. It started out with Melinda and I trying to come up with something to serve on game day that would be super easy to make, and ended up with this crunchy, salty, tangy mix of potato chips, buffalo sauce, and cheese.
We’ve put a spin on a childhood favorite with this Pixie bread!
Alright guys, this month is the beginning of a new monthly series we are doing, with a group of extremely talented ladies , called Blockbuster Bloggers. Each month we’ll choose a movie that will coming to theaters that month and on it’s release date we share all sorts of fun crafts, and delicious recipes to go along with the movie. This month’s movie is Pan!
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It sure doesn’t take long for that vacation feeling to wear off, does it? If you follow us on Instagram you might have seen some of the yummy pictures I was taking while on vacation in Maine. It was the first time I had been there and it was absolutely beautiful.
This was my view for the week. Pretty nice, right? Our vacations are usually jam packed with things to do, people to see, places to go. This one was all about relaxing. I was able to turn my brain off for a whole week and just sit outside enjoying the cool air and the sounds of the lake. It was awesome.
Chicken Quesadillas are a simple snack of chicken and cheese melted inside of a crispy flour tortilla.
Today I’ve got a recipe for you that I make for the kids all the time. My kids call them quesadillas (sounds like armadillos), and they are one of their favorite snacks. To me it is totally a comfort food. My son came home from school yesterday, second week and he’s already a pro!, and asked me to make some quesadillas for him and we both sat at the kitchen table together looking over his homework for the night, snacking on cheesy chicken quesadillas hot out of the pan. [Read more…]
You’ve got to make a special back to school snack for the kiddos. These Chocolate Peanut Butter Clusters are sweet, crispy bites that your kids will love.
Well, we survived the first week of school. Oh my gosh, why didn’t anyone tell me there was going to be so much paperwork? Other than that it went really well. Putting my son on the bus that first day was a little tearful (more for mommy than him), but he has already made new friends and we’ve started to figure out a routine. I get him on the bus in the morning then take his sister to daycare. In the afternoons I pick him up and we come home and have an afterschool snack together and work on homework (I still can’t believe we had homework the first week!). I’m really enjoying that hour with him before we head to pick his little sister up.
I mentioned the other day that I had joined the PTA. I want my son to have the best of everything and I think that starts with a good education. I know schools always need more money to fund programs and buy supplies. Now that I have a kid in school I have been keeping my eye out for ways that I can help. I’ve been noticing all of the Box Tops for Education™ labels on products I buy so I looked into the program. Box Tops is one of America’s largest school earnings loyalty programs. Each label is worth $0.10 for your child’s school and the school can use Box Tops cash to buy whatever they need, new technology, field trips, art supplies, etc.. Box Tops come on so many different products and I buy a lot of them so it is a pretty easy program to work with. I know $0.10 doesn’t sound like a lot but it adds up fast and when I was in Walmart the other day I saw that they have a bunch of products that offer bonus Box Tops. 5 Box Tops per package, that’s $0.50 per item! I snagged a bunch of stuff that I needed and left with $5 worth of box tops from one shopping trip!
One of the items that ended up in my cart was a two pack of Reese’s® Peanut Butter Puffs® cereal. One is for the kids’ breakfast but the other I used to make these simple treats as a special afterschool snack for my son. I’ll admit I ate a couple myself. They are so good! They were also really easy to make. I just melted chocolate and peanut butter together and poured it over the cereal. Then I dropped them in clumps on a baking sheet and put them in the fridge until the chocolate hardened. My son and I shared a few after his first day of school while he told me all about his big day.
- 1 ½ cup chocolate
- ½ cup peanut butter
- 3 cups - Reese’s® Peanut Butter Puffs®
Microwave chocolate until it is melted and smooth.
Add peanut butter and stir until mixed thoroughly.
Pour chocolate mixture over cereal and coat it.
Drop cereal onto tray in small clumps. Place in refrigerator to firm chocolate.
Serve and enjoy!
Now it is your turn. The bonus Box Tops are only available at Walmart. Go out and pick some up and help a local school.
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