July Fourth Sweets


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Happy Fourth of July weekend everyone! I hope you’re all having a fun and safe weekend so far. I wanted to throw out this super yummy recipe for you all to try this holiday weekend. This weekend is known for the BBQ’s, outdoor parties, and coast-side get togethers. With that being said, I think skewers are the perfect remedy for those parties on the go. This recipe is super easy, super delicious, and a very sneaky way to get your kids to eat a bit of fruit. This disassembled strawberry shortcake is a great add to whatever party you’re going to this weekend!

Ingredients :

1 box Angel Food Cake Mix (for those on a time crunch, like myself)

2 boxes of Strawberries

2 cups of White Chocolate Chips

This recipe is super simple and only takes about an hour or two to assemble. While your cake is baking, wash and prepare your strawberries. After baking your cake according to the box directions and letting it cool, cut your cake into 2” squares. Assemble the strawberries and cake on the skewers alternating them. Then go ahead and melt your white chocolate chips and drizzle on top. Put them in the fridge to set and you’re ready to pack them up and bring them with you on the go! Super simple and very delicious.

Leave me a comment below and tell me what you’re bringing to your fourth parties this weekend!

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Wedding Wednesday – Piece of Cake!

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For those who don’t know, I got married this last weekend and that’s why I may have been a little absent this past week or so. I’m getting back into the swing of things and I thought there wouldn’t be anything better to kick it off again than a super sweet post. (See what I did there?)

One of the many highlights of the day for everyone, was the cake. I’ve never had so many people rave about something in my entire life! Of course the cake was amazing; but, I’m not a big cake person so the only bite I had was the obligatory husband shoving it in my face bite. I’m obviously in love with the look of the cake, as was everyone, but everyone said it tasted as good as it looked! I mean, you can’t really go wrong with almond flavored anything. Right?

I ordered the cake from a small bakery called The Sweetest Thing. She does amazing work and I’ve had many of her goodies before so I can attest to her delicious cookies and cupcakes. She hand painted this cake and attached edible gold leaf accents to match my inspiration picture exactly! We all know Pinterest is full of many wonderful ideas, a lot of which are far-fetched and often unattainable. She is a dream maker! I’m absolutely in love with how it turned out!

She does such fabulous work and is so easy going. I definitely recommend The Sweetest Thing to everyone! I know who will be doing all my baking from now on! Be sure to check out her Facebook page for some more work she has done. She has some really innovative ideas for Thanksgiving goodies she would love to make this season. Two thumbs up, I highly recommend her!

*All pictures were taken by Capture Life Portraits. Stay tuned to see more!

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