So, make them. Eat them all in one sitting, getting all sticky from the awesome goo. Regret eating them for a second because you literally cannot move, but then shout about how it was worth it all along. Because it was.
Fun. Confetti. Put them together, and what do you get? Awesome-ness.
My two younger sisters are absolutely obsessed with funfetti. They’re on this kick where they like to put it in all sorts of dishes besides cake. And I mean, why the heck not? It’s colorful, it’s delicious, it’s fun. Fetti. You get it.
These are insanely easy to make and spice up the tried-and-true Rice Krispie Treats. We had a bunch of the cereal leftover from Scotcheroos, so it was only natural to throw in some marshmallows, an insane amount of sprinkles and watch the pan disappear in less than 20 minutes.
Sometimes you feel like a nut…sometimes you feel like a lot.
I’m a big fan of banana-flavored treats, so much so that sometimes I buy banana with very good intentions of eating a very healthy fruit — but then, whoops! They’re black and inedible and need to be baked into banana bread or banana bars. Oh well! What a happy “accident.”
There are just some recipes that you love just because of the memories tied to them. My grandmother and mother have always made banana bars with cream cheese frosting — and I’m crazy about them.
St. Patrick’s Day is a very big and hyped holiday with my family. Both of my parents have Irish heritage (not that it matters), and not only do we celebrate at the parade, with binge drinking and with an insane amount of shamrocks and green Irish-y things decorating the house, but we use the holiday as an excuse to eat baked goods. This includes one of my all-time favorite recipes growing up, creme de menthe brownies.