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Fourth of July Cronuts

Posted by Rachel Stevens on

Fourth of July Cronuts

The Fourth of July holiday is coming up fast! We can hardly believe how fast this year has flown by, and now it’s almost time to celebrate the freedom that makes our nation great. And what better way to celebrate than with red, white, and blue sweets! You’ll want to start off your Independence Day right with a decadent breakfast dessert, and we have the perfect, simple treat for you: patriotic Fourth of July Cronuts with holiday sprinkles! Cronut History The cronut- a croissant donut hybrid- trend took off in New York City in 2013, and was invented and trademarked by...

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Perfect Peach Ice Cream

Posted by Liz Butts on

Perfect Peach Ice Cream

With Memorial Day weekend approaching, I've been craving a super summery sweet treat. And there is one thing that has stuck in my head over the past month or so: Peach Ice Cream Sandwiches. I first heard about them when my husband was listening to a pod cast with coverage of The Masters. Apparently the Peach Ice Cream Sandwich there was just absolutely to die for. So, I've decided to create my own version of this summery treat with a sprinkley spin. Is it just me or is it REALLY hard to find GOOD peaches? If you don't live in Georgia,...

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Valentine's Day Pop Tarts With Sprinkles

Posted by Liz Butts on

Valentine's Day Pop Tarts With Sprinkles

I'm always looking for fun ways to use sprinkles...I mean...basically anything that has sugar in it could, and should, be topped with Sprinkle Pop. I have always loved pop tarts. They are my favorite breakfast "junk" food. These, however, are by no means junk. These babies are decadent and gourmet... A perfect treat for your kiddos or your special someone for breakfast on Valentine's Day. The thing I absolutely love about these oh-so-yummy treats is that all the ingredients are pre-made...well except the frosting...but that couldn't be quicker to put together. And I would be remiss if I didn't take...

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