The Country Cook
I like to save recipes for future reference for me to try out with my family for personal use. These are not my photos not is this my recipe. I am a visual person plus the TheCountryCook photos makes her recipes look amazingly yummy.
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I just came across this really fun post from the kids activities blog, 5 homemade slurpee recipes for kids. I am dying to try these with the girls. They absolutely love love love slurpees although I don’t like to give them all that sugar and junk that’s in the ones you get from 7-11am or speedway.
So I am thrilled to find these recipes and can’t wait to try them out….
homemade slurpee recipes for kids
This week’s new obsession for awesome recipes, delish dishs plus how each of damn delicious’s recipes have an option to print out the recipe complete with a small photo& the link and instructions makes it super easy to make any of her recipes.
This post I love especially I’m forever looking for me side dishs that don’t take for ever to make. And these look damn delicious., can’t wait to try.
This is awesome I love it….
This really works great I used it as a deep conditioner a few weeks back, just part you’re hair in 4 sections and start at the root and work your way downto the ends. This really made my hair smooth, silky-smooth from root to tip.
The trick is to use cold water to set when washing it out.
I also use this on my daughter’s curly hair and it turns out amazingly smooth and tangle free.
A family that prays together stays together photo taken off of pinterest.
Fresh Idea’s from the one& only pinterest.