Recently I was contacted by a gentleman by the name of Brett who has a company called “SnoSpice” and wanted me to try out his product.
What is SnoSpice, you ask?
SnoSpice is an assortment of seasonings and spices that you sprinkle on to plain vanilla ice cream to kick up the flavor a couple of notches.
They have many different flavors and I had the great opportunity of trying out 4 of them. Here they are:
- Cinnamon for Optimist
- Pumpkin Carriage
- Lemon + Basil
I have to tell you, I was pretty surprised at how good this was….even the Lemon + Basil!
OK, I can see sprinkling cinnamon or pumpkin or even turmeric on ice cream, but lemon and basil?? Really?
Lemon + Basil was actually one of my favorites.
Next time you’re having that bowl of vanilla ice cream give SnoSpice a sprinkle!
I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised!
You can find it here: SnoSpice . You can also find them on Amazon Prime.
Thanks for introducing this to me Brett!
If you like Moscow Mules, you’re going to love this version!
I was introduced to this drink by a friend of mine not too long ago.
I’ve had Moscow Mules in the past, but never even heard of an Apple Pie Mule.
This drink is so refreshing and really does taste like apple pie.
It’s really easy to make and with only a few ingredients.
Here’s what you’re going to need:
- Moscow Mule Copper Mug(s)
- Vodka: 2 Ounces (Brand of your choice)
- Apple Cider: 2 Ounces
- Ginger Beer: 1 Can (non-alcoholic)
- Lime (1 small wedge) or you can use Lime Juice
- Ground Cinnamon
- Cinnamon Sticks
- Apple (cut into thin slices)
- Crushed Ice
Let’s put this all together:
- In a Cocktail shaker combine 2 ounces of Vodka, 2 ounces of Apple Cider and squeeze in your lime wedge…or add a squirt of lime juice.
- Pour mixture into your Moscow Mule Copper Mug
- Fill mug with Crushed Ice
- Sprinkle on a pinch of ground cinnamon
- Top off with Ginger Beer and stir.
- Garnish with a couple of apple slices and a cinnamon stick
Thank you SteveW. for sharing this drink recipe with me. R.I.P
I got this recipe from my Mom. This is one of my ABSOLUTE favorites!
It’s very easy to make and with only a few ingredients.
For those of you that like potato salad, you just might want to give this one a try.
You will not be sorry!
Here’s what you’re going to need:
- 5 lb bag of white potatoes
- Hellman’s Mayonaise – 1 medium size jar
- Bacon – 2 packs
- Green pepper – 1-1/2
- Onion – 1/2 of regular sized
- Celery – 1
- Chives (to taste)
Let’s put it all together:
- First peel and cut your potatoes into medium to small chunks or cubes.
- Boil the potatoes until soft
- Fry your bacon. Make is crispy. (easier to crumble)
- Chop up your green pepper, onion, celery and chives
Once the potatoes are done, drain and transfer them to a large bowl. Mix in your crumbled crispy bacon,
chopped onions, celery, green peppers and your chives. Next, mix in 1 medium spoon of Hellman’s mayonnaise (or more to your taste)
Refrigerate and serve cold……actually, this taste really good even BEFORE you refrigerate.
Thank you TinseyRose Torres!
Looking for a tasty desert to take to that picnic or family gathering? Here is an easy pie recipe I got from my very own mother! Does not require a lot of prep time and with just a handful of ingredients you’ll be on your way to goodness!
Here’s what you are going to need:
- 1 cup of flour
- 2/3 cup of brown sugar
- 1 tablespoon of shortening (Crisco)
- 1 teaspoon of baking soda
- 3/4 cup of hot water
- 1 cup of molasses
- 1 egg-beaten
- 1 9 inch unbaked pie shell
Let’s put it all together!
- First let’s start out by combining the flour and brown sugar. Next cut the shortening into the flour mix until the mix is crumbly. Reserve about 1/2 cup of the crumbs.
- Next, dissolve the baking soda in the hot water. (water just needs to be hot, not boiling).
- In a small bowl, combine the molasses, egg and baking soda water and beat well. This is your pie filling.
- Next, pour your pie filling into the unbaked pie shell and sprinkle the reserve crumbs over the top.
- Bake at 375 degrees for 35 minutes and VIOLÀ !
Thanks for sharing the recipe Ma!