Planning an Ugly Christmas Sweater Party: holiday bark recipe and free printables

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Every year our friends host a Christmas party and our favorite recurring theme is, of course, an Ugly Christmas Sweater Party! We love to host our fair share of parties, too, and have some tips on how to throw a great (EASY) party. To get you started with your holiday party, I’m sharing some free printables for an Ugly Christmas Sweater Party, party planning tips, and a Holiday Bark recipe! Find more great recipes from

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12 Best Ho-Ho-Holiday Pies

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Pies are on my list this year to bring to our family Thanksgiving! We always do a pumpkin pie and a pecan pie (who doesn’t?!), but sometimes I like to spice things up! My chocolate pecan pie is the best and I’d love to give some of these other recipes a try, too.

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Chocolate Covered Sunflower Seed Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate chip cookies are a classic and you can never go wrong with making them for a dessert or event! But sometimes we spice them up a bit… maybe you add peanut butter chips? Or butterscotch? How about some peanuts or raisins? Try this recipe for chocolate covered sunflower seed chocolate chip cookies! That’s a mouthful ๐Ÿ˜‰

Chocolate Covered Sunflower Seed Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate covered sunflower seeds?! They really aren’t that hard to find ๐Ÿ˜‰ Check them out on Amazon. You could try another seed or just use

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15 Ice Cream Creations for Chocolate Lovers

I scream, you scream, we all scream for… CHOCOLATE! Well, I do, anyway ๐Ÿ˜‰ And in this summertime heat, make it chocolate ice cream, please! Check out these delicious ice cream creations for chocolate lovers…

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It’s a fun treat after a hot day! Use one of these amazing recipes to add some creativity to

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Patriotic Cake Balls

Who doesn’t love cake balls?!!? Put ’em on a stick for those cake pops if you’d like to be a bit fancier, but in my house ain’t nobody got time for that. I’m good with cake balls. Bake, dip, cool. Check out these fun and festive cake balls for the 4th of July!

Patriotic Cake Balls


1 yellow cake mix (with ingredients listed on the box) 2-4 tablespoons vanilla frosting 2 bags white chocolate Wilton Candy Melts Red sugar sprinkles Wilton Cookie Icing, Blue

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21 campfire cooking recipes

Welcome to camping season! I’m an outdoorsy girl and love to camp. Back in those pre-kid days, we used to go every summer! And I mean campingโ€”in a tent, in the woods, with a fire pit. One of my favorite memories is camping in the mountains of Colorado while visiting my brother and waking up to a light snowfall! We survived that trip on a giant can of beans, haha. Campfire cooking is the best. Plan your meals, fill your cooler, and start the fire! Here are some great campfire cooking recipes to get

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14 Fresh & Fruity Spring Pies: Celebrate Pi Day!

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When I was in high school I had the best math teacher ever. Okay, maybe math was my favorite subject anyway, but this teacher celebrated PI DAY! You know that number, 3.14? 3.14159 is as much as I ever remembered of the entire number, which is never-ending, but 3.14 is March 14th… Pi Day! Our calculus teacher would bring in a bunch of pies and we’d spend the period eating ๐Ÿ™‚ YUM.


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