Nails and Mug
Do you follow Kristina Kuzmic on Facebook or Instagram? If you don’t…you should!! I do, I believe I have watched every video she has ever made; she is my alter ego. Her mom truth is the best, and absolutely relatable.
If you follow her on Instagram, a few days ago she made a minute video about her homemade Pumpkin Spice Latte…it had me at…Pumpkin and easy to make.
Once Sophia was fast asleep, I brewed a fresh pot of coffee and made her homemade creamer!
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For about a week Pittsburgh has been more snowy and cold than it has been all winter long. Just a few weeks ago we hit 78 degrees…it was heaven, but I must admit I am really anxious for April. With the cold weather upon us still…..
I thought it would be fun to put a twist to your normal Hot Chocolate and make Unicorn Hot Chocolate. Plus, I knew that Sophia would just love it.
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When I was pregnant with Sophia I completely cut out caffeine, except for when I dealt with morning sickness..I did allow myself non-caffeinated Ginger Ale.
I am personally not a huge coffee drinker, I think that I may have two cups a week..maybe. So, cutting it out during pregnancy was not an issue.
If I met some friends at Starbucks for a coffee date, I was really stumped as to what to drink at the time. Until someone told me about Vanilla Steamers.
Then I had a Starbucks pregnancy drink!
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I love candy corn..wait let me rephrase that. I love the way candy corn looks, but I really dislike the way it tastes. I love the way it looks in a candy dish..maybe even used as a decoration on a cake.
They’re adorable, but I personally don’t eat them.
I thought it would be really fun to do a Candy Corn inspired drink. Non-alcoholic of course, but I am pretty sure we could make it a little more fun! But we are making it kid friendly this time!
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Homemade Spiced Pumpkin Coffee Creamer!!!
“Saaay what?” Yes. If this makes your heart skip a beat and bring hearts to your eyes then I have the perfect recipe to share with you.
This is from my Better Homes and Garden 100 Best Pumpkin Recipes magazine I bought about two months ago.
Last week Sophia and I met up with my friend Paula and her daughter Emma for a day in downtown Pittsburgh. I thought this would be a perfect opportunity to whip up some Spiced Pumpkin Coffee Creamer, since Paula is a Spiced Pumpkin fan.
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Have you gone to any apple festivals yet? My mom and I went to one about two weeks ago with Sophia. It was so much fun! At the festival they had a barn filled with these huge, deep crates filled with Apples.
With Sophia being an apple lover, we went home with a bunch of apples! Too many actually, but then I thought it would be a great opportunity for me to make homemade apple cider.
My friend Emily shared this recipe with me several years ago, and every since then I always make it for the house around fall time.
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Need a punch? Ha! I had to say it!
I going to share with you a super easy, non-alcoholic punch recipe that will suite any type of occasion. Growing up this was a common drink at any party, very popular among the children and even the adults.
If you serve this Party Punch I am pretty sure that it will outshine any of your other beverages.
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I am a total avid youtube watcher, it’s a serious addiction. I have been following a few channels for quite sometime now, but one of my favorite channels is called HeyKayli. I just love her, she is so crafty and down -to -earth. If I was a ‘youtuber,’ I would want a channel like hers.
The other day I saw she made some non-alcoholic tropical drinks with her two kids. And I thought “I have to make those for Sophia.” Considering we only have about a month left of summer these drinks are perfect way to celebrate the season a little bit longer.
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On Saturday night my best friend Charnaye came over for dinner and a movie. This has always been one of our favorite things to do together ever since we were in high school, and we do it several times a year. I went to Target and bought ten peaches they were .71 cents each and in beautiful condition. Have I told you that I have an obsession with fruit this summer? I can’t get enough of it. If you were decided to randomly stop by my house you would notice I have an over abundance of fruit. And yes it all get eaten.
So, I decided to make Peach Iced Tea! If you missed my Homemade Iced Tea you can check it out here.
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Tis’ the season for homemade iced tea. As far back as I could remember once spring made its grand appearance, so did this drink to our dinner table. Ever since I was taught how to make it I honestly can not stop. I want to try all kind of variations of iced tea this summer, but I figured that it would be in everyones’ best interest to start with a basic iced tea.
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