Everyone's blogs! This week, I've actually baked from my pins and blogs I follow! It is kind of exciting; like, all this blogging and pinning isn't for nothin'! (Though I am the epitome of this pin 99% of the time;)
But this week ...
This chocolate coconut popcorn was created after seeing Pamela's popcorn.
This skinny milkshake was inspired by Spoonful of Flour.
I got all excited and made these bagels after this post from Heather's French Press.
And then my brain was jogged by Sally's cheesecake bars. So, in the next couple posts, prepare yourselves for a pretty awesome recipe.
And these pancakes by Chez Catey Lou are absolutely DElish.
(P.S. Check out Zainab, Davida and Consuelo, too ... my list for their blogs is really, really long)
P.P.S I made these Healthy Dark Chocolate No Bake Bars from a blog I just discovered, Confessions of A Bright Eyed Baker and they are so good!
Other highlights of this week:
I've been really enjoying doing things with Elizabeth and Abigail during break (we aren't on it any more, just in case you were concerned;)
We've been dancing to TobyMac's Eye On It CD ... (sorry, no pics of us dancing;)
Recreating Guy's Grocery Games in my room ...
Switching bedrooms ...
Baking food ... lots of it!
Want to know donething realky exciting? I discovered Google +! Guys, I am so slow, its hilarious. I'd never pursued what it was and it wasn't until I accidentally clicked "view my feed" or something like that, that I realized I could see all the posts of the people I follow! Like, it is so cool! Now I know where my posts go when I click "share." You learn something new every day!
Moving on ...
Cranberries. Yes, another thing I was slow to catch onto. I baked them into a dessert for the first time this week (I guess I got too caught up in pumpkin this fall ... ) and absolutely loved it! If I remember, I'll share the recipe with you in several months ... It's definitely a fall recipe!
Finally, remember the Books I'm Loving post? Well, I did finish Sense and Sensibility and I really enjoyed it. I am a firm believer that is a movie is based on a book, I need to read the book. I always appreciate the extra details books give. However, with Jane Austen and her older style of writing, I was glad I has an understanding of the plot (since I had watched the movie) because I think I might've gotten lost otherwise.
(My book looks way different, but this is it!)
So there you have it! How about you? Did you make any recipes from blogs or pinterest this week? Any other highlights?