Wednesday, December 24, 2014


Just wanted to wish all of my faithful blog followers a very Merry Christmas!! Have a wonderful day and enjoy all of your family and friends. I know I am. :)

Friday, December 19, 2014


I know this time of year is so hectic for all of us, but I thought I would pass on some information that I was reading the other day. Seems this lady was listening to a talk show and the doctor on the show proclaimed, “The way to achieve inner peace is to finish all the things you have started and have never had the time to finish.”

She thought about this for the longest time. Then looked around her house to see all the things she started and hadn’t found the time to finish. She decided that today was the day to change, so before leaving the house that morning she finished off a 2-liter bottle of Mt. Dew, a bottle of some unknown alcoholic beverage, a package of Oreo’s, a pound package of peanut M&M’s , the rest of last night’s strawberry cheesecake, some Dorito’s, and a box of chocolate truffles left over from Valentine’s Day!!!!

I really think that doctor knew what he was talking about! I can relate to this……………..hmmm may have to try it tomorrow!!

So hang in there and enjoy life!

Friday, December 12, 2014


Wow....can't believe it has been so long since I have posted anything! :(    I have been busy doing my local craft shows so that is a pretty good excuse I guess. :)  I have finished with the shows and they were very successful. I am very happy with all the shows I did. Now I need to finish up packing the gift boxes to get them ready to ship then I can start baking. :)

Speaking of about this recipe. It sounds absolutely delicious! Only bad thing is that I would probably only be able to make half the batch as I would eat half the cookie dough, half the peanut butter cups and half the brownie mix before I even got close to the pan!! HA!HA! 


Refrigerator chocolate chip cookie dough
Mini Reese's peanut butter cups
Box of fudge brownie mix


Prepare brownie mix according to box using the eggs, water and oil.

Smash the refrigerator cookie dough into the bottom of the muffin pans


Unwrap and place peanut butter cups on top of the cookie dough. Top with prepared brownie mix.


Bake for 18 minutes in a pre-heated 350 degree oven. have a great dessert. Now.....if we can keep it from attaching to our hips when we eat them. :)  I may have to try these, but first I have to get those sugar cookies done!

Happy Baking!
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