A Quick Treat

This morning Corinne must have asked me if we could make a treat about 50 times!  Of course we were low on baking supplies and it was freezing outside!  So after scouring our cupboards I pulled out some Rice Krispies, half a bag of marshmallows, and grabbed their aprons. 

While we were melting the marshmallows and butter I added a few drops of red food coloring till it was pretty in pink, pulled out a heart shaped pan, and some Valentine’s themed sprinkles.  The final product was not only super yummy and enjoyed by all but was seasonal too!

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Yogurt Melts

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Yesterday the girls and I tried out a recipe that I have seen Pinterest a few times and as usual we added our own twist to it!  One of McKenzie’s favorite things to eat is yogurt so she was in her glory!  Here’s the quick and easy to follow recipe!

What you will need

Your favorite yogurt

A gallon sized freezer bag

Pair of scissors

Cookie sheet or silicone ice cube tray

We have these cute heart shaped ice cube trays, so in the spirit of Valentine’s Day and since I’m super girly we used these.  You can use a cookie sheet or any silicone ice cube tray.

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I spooned about a cup of yogurt into a gallon sized freezer bag and snipped one of the bottom corners.  We filled each heart to the top and gave a little shake to get the air bubbles out.  If you are using a cookie sheet then make dots (about a tablespoons worth) on your cookie sheet.  Once we were filled and bubble free we popped it into the freezer and let it set for about two hours!  The girls helped me pop them out and had them for an afternoon snack.  If you have some leftover store them in the freezer or they will melt.  As always have fun and enjoy!

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