Valentine Cinnamon Dippers

Lady Behind The Curtain - Valentine Cinnamon Dippers

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY TO MY TEACHER!!! Your kid’s teachers (School or Sunday School) will love receiving a hot tea care package for Valentine’s Day with these cute Valentine Cinnamon Dippers. WARNING!!! Please make sure there are no little ones running around in the kitchen while you are handling the hot sugar. Make sure your mold is made to handle hot sugar. Print Valentine Cinnamon Dippers Prep Time: 30 minutesTotal Time: 30 minutes Ingredients1 cup granulated sugar 1/3 cup light corn syrup 1/3 cup water 10- drops red food coloring 4 drops cinnamon oil twineInstructionsCut the desired length of twine. Place … Continue reading

Cast Party Wednesday: Link Party #74

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WELCOME TO ANOTHER CAST PARTY WEDNESDAY! To get all my posts you can follow me on Facebook, Pinterest, Google Plus and NOW by email! I’m so glad you decided to join us!  I really appreciate you taking the time to share your creations here at Cast Party Wednesday! DON’T FORGET ABOUT OUR FUN CHALLENGE COMING FEBRUARY! Starting February 14th I will be starting a NEW party called BEHIND THE CURTAIN DESSERT CHALLENGE.  Every month you will be assigned two ingredients.  With those ingredients you will either create or find a recipe, make it, photograph it, write a post and share … Continue reading

Be My Valentine Cookie Pops

Lady Behind The Curtain - Be My Valentine Cookie Pops

NO BAKE COOKIE POPS! Have you seen it?  I’m talking about  the sinfully good can eat it by the spoonfuls COOKIE BUTTER!  If you haven’t seen it Trader Joe’s sells it along with a NEW chunky version.  Don’t have a Trader Joe’s?  Then you can also use Biscoff Butter.  I’m thinking it’s the same thing only cookie butter sounds better.  What is it?  It’s ground up cookies! Make these no bake cookie pops and surprise your loved one!  These aren’t as sweet as the traditional cake pop. VALENTINE, TEACHER, PARTY FAVOR OR DESSERT TABLE! You can’t go wrong with these easy … Continue reading

Once Upon A Time Cookie Party Favor

Lady Behind The Curtain - Once Upon A Time Cookie Party Favor

Once upon a time these were disk envelopes.  Remember the day BEFORE downloading?  Yes, we would mail our disks.  Now what to do with that box of 200 disk envelopes?  I know they make really cute cookie party favors!  Not only that, but I am sharing a yummy cookie recipe with only 3 ingredients!  A perfect treat for a party.  Easy and good! Strawberry Cookie Recipe (makes 10 giant cookies) Ingredients 1 Pillsbury strawberry cake mix 2 eggs 1/3 cup oil sprinkles (optional) Directions Preheat oven to 375 degrees and line 2 cookie sheets with parchment paper. Add cake mix, … Continue reading

Frozen Cranberry Ambrosia Salad

Lady Behind The Curtain - Frozen Cranberry Ambrosia

More like a frozen treat then a salad.  This Frozen Cranberry Ambrosia is easy to make, can be made days in advance and is yummy too! Frozen Cranberry Ambrosia Recipe Ingredients 14 ounce can sweetened condensed milk 20 ounce can crushed pineapple, drained 1 can whole berry cranberry sauce 1/4 cup lemon juice (2 lemons) 1/2 cup walnuts, chopped 8 ounce frozen whipped topping, thawed Directions Mix all ingredients together until well combined.  Pour into a 7×10-inch baking dish and freeze.  Take out of freezer a few minutes before serving.  This is a LBC original! MORE GREAT SALAD RECIPES FRESH … Continue reading

DIY Valentine Pockets

Lady Behind The Curtain - DIY Valentine Pockets

Make these Valentine Pockets to fill with goodies for the neighbor kids, your Sunday School Class, your classroom kids, a Valentine’s party favor or make these to hold your kids Valentines with goodies to take to school for their classmates.  These are so easy to make and most of this items were from the dollar section at Target.  DIY Valentine Pocket Supplies Valentine paper ( scrapbook paper in the dollar section at Target) embellishments- ribbon (dollar section at Target) – felt hearts with adhesive backs (dollar section at Target) Filler-candy, toys, valentines Valentine Pockets Folding Instructions Step 1:  Cut the paper into 8×8-inch … Continue reading