Homemade Pudding Pops in Paper Cups

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My kids are going through the frozen treats like crazy now that the weather is warm – so I thought I’d make some Homemade Pudding Pops with them!  WhenFlavor-Ices and smoothies start to lose their appeal, try these easy, cheap, and delicious pudding pops using paper cups and a spoon.

You only need 5 things for this recipe – and it’s pretty inexpensive to make!  You can also use lowfat milk for a healthier version. [Read more...]

Homemade Baked Fries

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I really really LOVE French fries. However, since we started eating healthier I try to stay away from fried foods. Instead, I make homemade baked fries. They are so easy to make and are super delicious. My kids say that my homemade baked fries are their very favorite. [Read more...]

Chocolate Mint Popcorn Balls

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Chocolate Mint Popcorn Balls on time2saveworkshops.com

I haven’t made popcorn balls in years. When I was given the opportunity to try out a cool new popcorn baller from Good Cook, I immediately said yes as I knew my kids would enjoy helping me. Also, I have learned that I can incorporate lessons on fractions and measurements when we cook together.

These were so easy to make. I started with homemade microwave popcorn, then found an easy 4 ingredient recipe for the yummy sweet “sticky” part of the recipe.

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PB Crave Recipe: Easy Chocolate Peanut Butter after School Surprise Dip

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On Friday, I told y’all about a recipe contest I was in with other bloggers. Although I didn’t win (sad face) I can’t wait to share my recipe with you! I’ve also got a PB Crave prize pack to give away to one lucky Time 2 $ave reader. Just follow directions below the recipe to enter! [Read more...]

Red, White & Blue Fruit Kabobs or “Sparklers”!

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Looking for a fun treat to bring to a Memorial Day or  4th of July cookout?  These 4th of July Fruit “Sparklers” are easy, cheap and yummy!   Once you’ve eaten/used up most of your watermelon – use the bottom of the melon for a sparkler holder.  Just shove it in a bowl/bucket of ice to keep it cold and sitting upright!

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Recipe: 4th of July Fruit Sparklers
dessert, party, appetizer
 
You can substitute other red fruits in place of the watermelon - Strawberries, Raspberries, even Cherries!
Ingredients
  • Watermelon
  • Blueberries
  • Marshmallows
  • Bamboo Skewers
Instructions
  1. Cut your watermelon into chunks, balls or triangles. If you don't have mini-marshmallows, just use scissors to cut the large ones into 4 even pieces. Slide the fruits and marshmallows onto the skewers creating a red, white and blue pattern.
  2. You can either set your fruit sparklers on a platter - or present them by sticking the skewers in the leftover half of your watermelon!

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