An easy, elegant cocktail made with three ingredients for the perfect bubbly champagne toast on New Year’s eve.
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #ReddiForNonDairy #CollectiveBias One of the most common recipe modification questions I get is “How can I make this without dairy?” Whether it’s due to lactose-intolerance, veganism, or simple […]
Hello, October. Today’s recipe, an autumn almond breakfast smoothie, is part of the official welcome wagon into fall. We’ve got an autumn recipe and, guess what. There’s no pumpkin here, folks! Fall may not seem like the time for smoothies but It’s creamy and dreamy […]
Another day, another bourbon cocktail. That’s how the saying goes, right? This bourbon mule cocktail has been on my mind to make for a little while. I so enjoy whiskey mules when dining out (when they’re made right) and knew I could recreate one at […]
Spring has sprung and with it comes pretty colors, patio weather, and the perfect atmosphere for brunching. Naturally, I’m sharing a mimosa recipe today. But these aren’t just any mimosas. They may look like your run-of-the-mill orange juice and champagne combo but there’s a little […]
This frozen fruit coolers post has been compensated by Collective Bias, INC. and The Coca-Cola Company. As always, all opinions are my own. #SummerRefreshment #Kroger #CollectiveBias Temperatures are up into triple digits around here so, lately, I’ve been thinking about creative ways to keep cool. […]
Big or small, simple or complicated, engaging or run-of-the-mill, every recipe has a story. Here’s the quick tale attached to my frozen watermelon mint lemonade. My best friend recently raved about Chick-fil-A’s watermelon mint lemonade and so I stopped by one day to try it. […]
The subject of this post is intended for readers 21 years and older. I watched a Facebook video read an article recently about how millennials are the most nostalgic generation and the reasoning behind it. Though there are many things from my childhood in which I […]