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Monday, December 3, 2012

8 Maids of Milking

Thanks Holly and Nat for inviting me! I love this song!  I think this is one of the first songs I fell in love with as a kid at Christmas time. This was a bit of a challenge but here is what I came up with.

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I thought it would be fun to have a quick and easy to go treat for Santa.  You know to go with his milk!

Here is what I did!!

Pringles can
card stock: Red & White
Gold and white glitter
Cookies or Cookie dough
Jug of Milk

Cover your Pringles can in red paper and tape or glue ends.

 I printed mine off on my printer.  After cutting your buckle and mustache, turn over to the white side of the paper, put a small amount of modge podge on both of them and sprinkle they with glitter.   Let it dry.

When dry use glue dots or glue to secure your belt, buckle and Mustache into place.

Add your tag and your all done!

Add a jug of milk and some cookies and you are ready to go. Santa will a have a little snack on the go!!

Want to make it a neighbor gift???  Instead of cookies, fill the the container with cookie dough and print off the poem.

To see the other 12 Days in the series click on the links below!

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Friday, June 1, 2012

{Pin}tastic Friday - Carmelitas

Happy {Pin}tastic Friday!  Carmelita's are today's delicious food is one that I have loved for over a year now.  They are so delicious.  I made them for a friend when she had a baby.  I took them to the hospital and told her to hoard them.  They are to good to share with little kids.  So she took my advice and ate them all in the night. (If you are not aware, a new Mom is starving for days after delivering a baby. I would eat anything I could get my hands on.  My request was KFC biscuits.  I could eat a dozen every night after delivering my kiddos.Yummy!!)   Afterwards she asked for the recipe.

I tell ya these beauties are Ooey, Gooey, YUM. And so easy to make. You will want the pan for yourself.

I found the recipe at Lulu the Baker. Go take a look at her blog.  She has lots of yummy things to eat. She doesn't disappoint.


You won't be sorry you made these.  And neither will your neighbors if you share.  
Head over and see what else I am Pinning. Lots of fun finds and food to make.  Follow me if you like. 
Thanks for visiting in your Free Time. 

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Coconut Oatmeal Cookies

I love Cookies.  All kinds.  These are one of my favorites.  One of my Aunties makes these each time we have a gathering.  I could eat all of them. Here is the yummy recipe.

1 Cup White Sugar
1 Cup Brown Sugar
1 Cup Margarine
1 tsp Vanilla
Cream together
3 Eggs
Mix withe sugar mixture
2 tsp. Baking Powder
2 tsp. Soda
1 tsp. Salt
2 1/2 Cup Flour
Sift together and mix with above.
2 Cups Rolled oats *
2 Cups Unsweetened Coconut **
*For your rolled oats I like to use all natural ones I get in bulk at Fred Meyers or Winco in the bulk section. When I don't have those I use regular oats but I blend them in my blender for about 15 seconds to grind them up a bit.  I just like the texture better.
**Unsweetened Unsulfered Coconut is found in the bulk bins at Fred Meyers or Winco. Red mill makes some in a small bag. Usually in the Health section.  You can use Sweetened but you will  need to add an additional 1/2 teaspoon of salt.
Mix all ingrediants together.  Drop by spoonfuls onto a GREASED cookie sheet.
Bake  at 350* for 12-15 min or 375* for 9-12 min
Let them cool just a bit (they are better cool) Enjoy!

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