Saturday, October 8, 2011

Some Great News And Goodies To Share With You Today

Scrap Yourself
I made the new Scrap Yourself Design Team!

I am so super excited to get started, I hope you take the time to check the site out, you may also want to check out the other new DT's blogs as well! THis site has just the inspiration you need to get you started on that 'Book of Me' or your 'All About Me' albums! We officially start October 16, so be sure to stop in and check it out. More details to come!


I also have a few yummy recipe idea's I found along with a neat craft idea to share!

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Smore Cookies
Time: about 90 minutes
Yield: 48 cookies
Recipe from Jamie Cooks It Up!
1 package graham crackers (9 full sized graham crackers)
6 T butter, melted
1 T sugar
dash salt
1 C butter, softened
2 C brown sugar
2 eggs
2 T milk
2 t vanilla
1 t baking soda
2 t baking powder
1/2 t salt
3 1/2 C flour
2 1/2 C milk chocolate chips

24 large marshmallows
4 small 1.55 oz Hershey bars 
1. Break the graham cracker crumbs up into pieces. Place them in a small food processor and grind them into crumbs. No food processor? Do not dismay. You can crush your crackers into crumbs by placing them in a gallon sized zip loc bag, sealing the bag securely and then smashing the crumbs with a rolling pin.
2. To your crumbs add 6 T melted butter, 1 T sugar, and a dash of salt. Let the food processor grind all of the  ingredients together nicely. Set the crumbly mixture aside.
3. Place your softened butter and brown sugar into a large mixing bowl. Beat on medium speed until the ingredients are nicely creamed together, about 2 minutes. 
4. Add your eggs, milk and vanilla and mix for another 2 minutes. 
5. In a separate bowl combine your baking soda, baking powder, salt and flour. Add it to your creamed mixture and mix until combined. 
Toss in your chocolate chips and mix yet again, just until the chips are evenly distributed.
6. Grab your graham cracker crumbs and pour them into the cookie dough. Using a wooden spoon, or your hands :) smash them into the cookie dough. You don't want the graham cracker crumb mixture to be totally lost in the dough, just....well....just smashed into it a bit. Boy, you have really come to an eloquently written blog now haven't you. Fancy lingo just dripping from every corner. :)
7. Roll the dough into 2 inch balls, place them on a lightly sprayed cookie sheet and bake at 350 for about 6 minutes, or just until the cookies begin to crack.
8. While your cookies are in the oven, cut the large marshmallows in half. 
9. Press a marshmallow piece into the center of each hot cookie. Return the sheet to the oven and bake for about 1 1/2 more minutes allowing the marshmallows to puff up and get all wonderful and delicious. 
10. Remove the sheet from the oven. Let the cookies sit for about 2 minutes, then press one Hershey bar piece into the center of the marshmallow.
11. Remove the cookies from the sheet and allow them to finish cooling on a wire rack. 
Ok tell me your not drooling?!?!?!
I plan on making these babies real soon, some serious brownie points to be scored with these.....hmm I wonder what I could get for just 2 of these babies.....*rubs hands together with evil grin*
Haha just kidding, but I'm almost positive I could get some weeds or something pulled with these, hard not to comtemplate the idea, lol!
Ok once you've made these special lil treats for your family on to some mommy time right! Ok so I know this concept is a complete fantasy, but this lil baby below can be created with or without screaming kids a barking dog and needy Dear Husband! I mean that in the kindest of me....hehe.
Here is such a neat crafty idea I found on

Ok Ya'll is this this not great or what?!?!?1 So many possibilities and options creative juices are spilling over their sides right now.....
Well there you have it ladies and gentlemen, my good news, a tasty treat and some crafty goodness all packed into one post...I mean we need now is just a spoon full of sugar to make the medicine go down right?!?!
Have a lovely day, hope you enjoyed and thanks for stopping by, I do enjoy your comments!
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  1. Congrats Jenifer! Thanks for the cookie recipe!

  2. Congratulations! How very exciting :)