The best thing about these fry boxes is their versatility. Of course, they can be used to serve fries, popcorn and all sorts of crispy savory treats. But they also pair perfectly with a healthy snack table as veggie boxes. Don’t those pops of color just make the snack table feel like Spring?

veggie tray with fry boxes

free party printables- 'rabbit food' easter snack table

fry boxes as veggie servers

fry boxes as veggie tray

fry boxes as veggie servers

Just fill the fry boxes with matchstick carrots and celery (a number of other veggies would work great as well), add a label, stack in a mini suitcase (or on a tray) and you have the easiest ever veggie tray. Next on my list to try? The kraft french fry boxes- imagine the possibilities.

Easter celebrations don’t have to be full of candy and sweets. This crunchy, healthy fare is the perfect addition to an Easter Party. The pops of color add some Spring-y fun to this happy celebration (complete with apothecary jars full of spinach and kale). And a bright, happy “Rabbit Food” snack table is sure to please kids and moms alike!

healthy rabbit food snack table with free printables

rabbit food snack table

the perfect addition to any easter party- a 'rabbit food' snack table full of healthy fare

rabbit food snack table decor

free party printables- 'rabbit food' easter snack table

And best of all, you can download the free “rabbit food” party printables here! Stick around for more details on the treat filled serving trays and fry-boxes-turned-veggie-holders this week.

It’s almost my daughter’s birthday and at our house birthdays mean parties + ice cream. Since I want her birthday to be perfect, we decided to do an ice cream taste test before taking her friends out on the big day. Marble Slab Creamery invited me to experience their new unlimited mix-ins and I had two willing guinea pigs ready to try anything–and any combinations they could dream up.




How it works: You pick your ice cream flavor, your ice cream is scooped and then put on a frozen granite slab, then mix-ins are added and mixed in. Viola! The best part? Unlimited mix-ins at no extra cost and no more weighing your ice cream.

A few cool facts: Marble Slab Creamery makes their own ice cream on site in small batches so every flavor tastes delicious. And they make as many other products as they can from scratch, including their own cones. And they have a ton of  mix-ins. The possibilities are endless. Now you can Direct Your Delicious.

The verdict: Okay so she loved the ice cream, if you can’t tell. And she can’t wait to go back to Marble Slab Creamery and celebrate her real birthday next week with friends and more ice cream.







This post was created as part of my collaboration with Marble Slab Creamery. #slabhappy

Kids love having games to play on holidays. They don’t have to be anything big or elaborate, just something simple and fun. This St. Patrick’s Day serve Lucky Shamrock Cupcakes for a little treat and a little surprise!


These aren’t just cupcakes, but a game of luck as well. The aim of the game is to eat the “lucky” cupcake – which is filled with green shamrock quins. There is only one cupcake with the lucky shamrocks, so there can only be one winner!


To make the cupcakes you will need: unfrosted cupcakes, green frosting, cupcake icing kitshamrock striped cupcake ringsgreen shamrock quins, knife

First, gently cut out a small hole into one of the cupcakes. Only make the hole go about half way down into the cupcake, and only about 1/2 inch wide. Fill the cupcake with the green shamrock quins. Frost all the cupcakes and top with the adorable shamrock striped cupcake rings. I also dressed mine up a little more by placing them in a second baking liner and then into a nut cup.




Have these adorable cupcakes at a party, or as an after school treat! You’ll keep all the kids guessing until the “lucky” cupcake is found. And then you’ll finally know who really is the luckiest one!


To celebrate the upcoming holidays and Christmas season, Chex cereal invited me and other local bloggers to an event at a nearby mall. We were asked to try out some new recipes and then had free reign to package them up as gifts. Well, you know I love to wrap things up–so I was in. The recipes that we made were so easy and yummy. You can see all of the Chex Recipes here. The Sugar Cookie recipe was my favorite and I’ve included the instructions below. If you need some last minute treat ideas you’ll love this one. You can make these with your kids to eat as a snack, give to teachers or hand out to neighbors. Merry Christmas!



Sugar Cookie Chex Party Mix

You will need:
6 cups Rice Chex® cereal
1/4 cup butter or margarine
1/4 cup granulated sugar
2 Tablespoons corn syrup
2 teaspoons pure vanilla
1/4 cup powdered sugar
1 ounce white baking chocolate or 1/4 cup vanilla milk chips
1 to 2 teaspoons colored edible glitter or sugar sprinkles

Directions: Line a cookie sheet with waxed paper or parchment and set aside.

Measure cereal into a large microwaveable bowl. In a 2-cup microwavable measuring cup, microwave butter uncovered on high for 30 seconds or until melted. Add sugar and corn syrup; microwave uncovered on high 30 seconds until mixture is heated and can be stirred smooth. Stir in vanilla. Pour mixture over cereal, stirring until evenly coated. Add white chocolate pieces and combine. Microwave uncovered on high 2 minutes, stirring after 1 minute.

Meanwhile, pour sugar into a large freezer zip-type bag. After removing the cooked Chex snack mix from the microwave, let stand in the bowl for 1 to 2 minutes to cool. Pour Chex mixture into bag and shake. Spread onto waxed paper or parchment lined cookie sheet and sprinkle with edible glitter or sugar sprinkles.

This post was created as part of my collaboration with Chex.

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