Time for another Friday Five Foodie Finds!
If you’ve been here before, you probably aren’t surprised that there are mostly sweets on the line-up. I have a serious sweet tooth. I am also very into bars lately, as you can see by two of the picks as well as my Granookie Bars, Crazy Brownies and a delightfully healthy Valentine’s cookie bar I’ve yet to post but have teased you with a photo of on Facebook.
Please enjoy these lovely finds and note that I will be pinning all of these to pinterest, my new addiction. I’ve also figured out how to add a pin-it button to each page, so feel free to use it!
The BF’s favorite cookie is a snickerdoodle…so why not make him snickerdoodle muffins?
These look ooey gooey and delicious! Can you just imagine biting into one and making a huge mess?
Sno White, as she calls herself, made this for her birthday this week. Don’t you just love the people that make their own birthday treats? (Okay, I’ve been known to do the same thing..you got me.)
I had some seven layer bean dip at a Superbowl party (don’t ask me what I was doing at a sports party…I have no idea) and I wanted to make some of my own. Voila.
I’ve always wanted to try to make my own sweet potato fries and this is apparently a fool-proof method of getting them to the perfect french fried crisp.
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Also, be on the look out for a recipe that looks something like this:
I may post this goodie later today..if I get through my insane to-do list! My phone keeps going off telling me all of the things that I need to be doing instead of blogging. Why oh why must I do anything besides look at yummy recipes and fantastic writing?
Have a great Friday everyone!
I’m linking up to Finding Joy in my Kitchen.
If you like link-ups, check out my Valentine’s Day Link-Up, won’t you? Post your Valentine’s Day goodies and/or crafts!
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