Month: June 2014
After our stir fry, I had some left over rice. Instead of chucking it, I decided to try this new rice pudding recipe.
Mix milk, sugar and rice.
Add milk, an egg and later,
off the heat, vanilla and butter.
This is the creamiest rice pudding I have ever made.
It rivals the ones sold in stores.
Papa loved it and Cat, who usually hates pudding, loved it, too.
🙂 57 pins left.
Except they are NOT muffins. 😉
I really like Cliff Bars and I’ve been looking for homemade energy bar recipes for a while now. This one sounded promising.
And I had some blueberries in the front yard
that needed to become something yummy.
I added the fresh blueberries to
cashews, oats, dates, salt, vanilla and lemon juice.
I scooped them into little balls and let them set in the fridge.
They were very, very good.
Papa absolutely raved about them.
They have so many fruit possibilities.
I think we’re going to try apple cinnamon next!
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Last year, I saw a bunch of states with string art and thought they were really swell. I meant to do one last summer, but we didn’t get around to it. This year, Papa and I decided to make one, but instead of a US state, we made something for Cat.
Cat loves China.
She wants to live there one day.
She’s a really neat kid.
We like her, so…
Papa cut a board out.
I printed and cut a map of China.
I cut a heart out around Beijing.
We took turns hammering little nails to outline the country.
And then, the stringing began.
And then red.
All around Beijing.
We’ll surprise her with it tomorrow morning.
62 pins to go.
PS I LOVE working with my husband. 😉