Saturday, September 18, 2010

Blog Surfing has Low Fat Oatmeal Muffins that have no added fat. You will also find their Top 25 Kid-Friendly Recipes here.

Taste of Home has Maple Glazed Acorn Squash Crunchy Apple Salad
 and Apple Pancakes with Cider Syrup. It sounds like fall is here!

Cheeky Kitchen posted a recipe for Oatmeal Cookie Granola and it looks really good! I'm putting it on my "Things to Make" list.

Balloons are fun! I love this great idea for a kids balloon party. I found this idea on Inchmark Journal and you can see the details for the invitation here, the balloon pinata here and the party details here.

Simply Vintagegirl has step by step instructions with pictures on how to make lovely fabric flowers. I think they are very pretty and you can find them here.

It always amazes me how somebody gets an idea and figures out how to turn coffee filters into an amazingly beautiful bouquet of roses! You can see the roses here at Aunt Peaches - Making Sunshine on a Shoestring. If you are interested, you can also see a really cute bouquet of coffee filter flowers here at Design Sponge.

I found this amazing ruffle cake over at My Sweet and Saucy. It is a cake made out of ribbon and if you go here you can watch the tutorial video. Even if you aren't interested in making it, you should check out the pictures.

If you still have some fresh peaches hanging around, you might want to make these great looking peach cobbler bars from Une-deus senses.

Another great looking recipe from Baking Bites. These chocolate chip blondies with pistachios and cherries look good. A great way to dress-up a simple blondie.

Tasty Kitchen has a few recipes that caught my eye. The grilled and glazed carrots look very tasty. They are made with honey and balsamic vinegar. You can find a picture and the recipe here. These garlic and lime fajitas look great too. The recipe and picture are here. This recipe for homemade pumpkin pie spice might come in handy in the next couple of months.

Cookin'Canuck has a warm healthy recipe for Mediterranean chicken, bean and pasta soup. If it sounds good for a cool fall day, you can find the recipe here. The prosciutto goat cheese and cherry jam rolls look great too!

A Feast for the Eyes has a recipe for bread and butter pickles made easy. There are step by step instructions with lots of pictures. If you have ever thought about making pickles, you should check it out. 

I had never heard of a Pineberry until today. You can check them out here. They look like albino strawberries and taste like pineapple! I wonder what they will think of next. Thanks to Tablspoon.

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