I’m addicted to unicorns and donuts so when I went to one of my favorite donut shops and they had a unicorn donut I fell in love and wanted to make my own version of Unicorn donuts. This recipe is really easy to make and most kids like food on a stick I decided to make unicorn donut pops! Chocolate Covered Unicorn Donut Holes Here is everything you will need to make these on your own: Chocolate Covered Unicorn Donut Holes Plain or glazed donut holes Wilton white candy melts Wilton turquoise candy melts Wilton pink candy melts Purple sugar sprinkles Pink edible glitter Yellow star sprinkles Pink and white straws Decorating bags I’m really lucky and was gifted a donut hole maker so I can make my own. If you don’t have a donut hole maker you can buy store bought donut holes or pick up the machine. You can…

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Summers almost over and I go back to school in 2 weeks. Most people are sad to go back to school but I’m looking forward to meeting my new teacher and making new friends. If you want to surprise your new teacher and friends whip up my Back To School Chalk Board Cupcakes. These are perfect to give to your teachers or friends, or you can even make them for back to school night. We were missing a few things to make them from scratch so we used a box mix so they are super easy. If you have the time you can use your own cake mix recipe. Back To School Chalk Board Cupcakes Here’s how you make them Step One: Gather your ingredients Back To School Chalk Board Cupcakes We used box cake mix ( this kind is yummy) and store bought frosting. We picked up the candy from a local…

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This dessert is super easy to make…promise. It only calls for a few ingredients, you don’t need to touch the oven and even really little kids (3-5) can do it. My “Super Easy Summer Tarts” are my favorite to take to summer bbq’s when my mom won’t let me turn on the oven because it’s too hot outside. You can make these up a few days before (they actually taste even better after a day or two), just don’t put them in the shells until you’re ready to serve them or they will turn soggy. Step 1: Clean your fruit I learned in a cooking class I took that you should always clean your fruit even if it looks clean at the store. The way I do it is put all my fruit in a strainer and run the entire thing under cool water. Shake the strainer a little to…

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