About Sheryl

I have been organizing BIG church events for over 25 years. From Thanksgiving dinners, Vacation Bible School, Fall Festivals, Easter Brunch and Rodeo Fest. I think I’ve done it all and loved every minute of it. So I decided to bring some of that experience to Lady Behind The Curtain. Of course writing a blog is way different then orangaizing an event. I have learned so much about recipe development, food staging and photography. All creative outlets.

No Bake Peanut Butter Energy Bites

No Bake Peanut Butter Energy Bites - Lady Behind The Curtain

Keep a supply of these quick and easy No Bake Peanut Butter Energy Bites in your refrigerator for an afternoon pick me up snack, pack some to take to work or on a hike. The perfect on the go pop in your mouth snack for hiking.  Made with peanut butter, honey, coconut ,healthy chia seeds and flax seeds.  These No Bake Peanut Butter Energy Bites are packed with nutrients. For other options you could also make Granola Garbage Sticks or Peanut Butter Cereal Bars. Create your own Recipe Box and save your favorite Lady Behind The Curtain recipes.  Make a … Continue reading

Cast Party Wednesday #136


It’s time for Cast Party Wednesday!  You know what that means?  Time to celebrate our hard work and the wonderful creations that have come from it.  PLEASE feel free to add as many posts as you like.  I love it when creative minds come together!  Forget about the rules lets just HAVE FUN! THANK YOU FOR VISITING LADY BEHIND THE CURTAIN AND CAST PARTY WEDNESDAY! Don’t miss a thing from Lady Behind The Curtain.  Follow me on Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter and Instagram  OR  subscribe to my email and never miss a post.  NEW! StumbleUpon! In the ever so brilliant words of … Continue reading

Cinnamon Blueberry Crumble Muffins

Cinnamon Blueberry Crumble Muffins - Lady Behind The Curtain

In the ever so brilliant words of my granddaughter “seriously…seriously?”  YES, these Cinnamon Blueberry Crumble Muffins are seriously as good as they look.  Make a pan of these and freeze them to bake at another time.  Like Easter or Mother’s Day. Do you like gooey cinnamon rolls?  That’s kind of a silly question because in my book that’s the ONLY way to eat a cinnamon roll.  If the answer is YES!  Then these Cinnamon Blueberry Crumble Muffins are right up your alley. All you do is cut a Pillsbury Cinnamon Roll, add blueberry pie filling and some crumble and presto!  … Continue reading


Sprinkles - Lady Behind The Curtain

It’s no secret that I have an obsession with sprinkles.  It’s so bad, I requested for my birthday that my husband take me to my favorite bakery supply store for my birthday.  By the way it’s 2 hours away!  While most shoppers could carry what they came in for in their arms, I filled my cart with sprinkles and other “much” needed items.  I WAS IN MY HAPPY PLACE! Yes, my SPRINKLES collection got so big I had to move from the kitchen cupboard to the buffet!  Here is not all but some of my favorite ways to use… EVERYTHING … Continue reading

Easter Marshmallow Pops

Easter Marshmallow Pops - Lady Behind The Curtain

Creating your own custom made peeps is easy.  All you need are candy melts, (your choice of color) colored sugar, for an extra touch of cuteness cupcake toppers and lollipop sticks. Customize these Easter Marshmallow Pops to your kids.  What’s their favorite color?  Candy melts also come in many flavors. They don’t have to be solid they can be stripped like my VALENTINE MARSHMALLOW POPS or you can dip just one end like my DARK CHOCOLATE RASPBERRY DIPPED MARSHMALLOWS. I love the crunch of the sugar with the spongy inside of the marshmallow.  Dipping the marshmallow in chocolate creates a … Continue reading

How to Decorate Marshmallow Pops

How to Decorate Marshmallow Pops - Lady Behind The Curtain

1. DARK CHOCOLATE RASPBERRY DIPPED MARSHMALLOWS  2. MARSHMALLOW PUMPKIN POPS  3.VALENTINE MARSHMALLOW POPS These 10 minute treats light up anything they are apart of.  Perfect for a kid’s table, birthday party, Easter basket or dessert table.  They add that little extra something.  Dipped in vanilla melted candy and sugar sprinkles they remind me of peeps.  Fluffy on the inside and crunchy on the outside. Here is how to Decorate Marshmallow Pops. There are three ways I like to decorate marshmallows. The first being dip in melted chocolate and sprinkled with colored sugar.  I used white melted candy for this tutorial.  … Continue reading

Filled Chocolate Easter Bunnies

Filled Chocolate Easter Bunnies - Lady Behind The Curtain

Making your own Filled Chocolate Easter Bunnies is a great way to customize Easter candy for each child.  Some may not like peanut butter or caramel but love raspberry cheesecake!  Follow along with my easy step by step tutorial on how to make Filled Chocolate Easter Bunnies. First you’ll need to start with the best chocolate.  I use Dark Chocolate from Chocoley.  Chocoley is an online provider of gourmet chocolate ingredients and candy making supplies.  Like the cute 3D Fat Sitting Bunnies I used. The best way to melt your chocolate is with a double boiler.  Heat water in the … Continue reading

Raspberry Cheesecake Filling

Filled Chocolate Easter Bunnies - Lady Behind The Curtain

This Raspberry Cheesecake Filling is perfect to use for filled chocolates.  Like my Filled Chocolate Easter Bunnies. When searching for something fun to add to my Granddaughters Easter basket I really didn’t find anything.  So I decided to make them their own customized filled candy.  This Raspberry Cheesecake Filling really does remind me of cheesecake.  Not only did I make them this filling I also made Peanut Butter Filling and Caramel Filling.  It’s going to be a fun Easter basket! This filling would also be great as a dip served with graham crackers. Create your own Recipe Box and save … Continue reading