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Forth of July inspired Mason Jar candles #masonjarcandlediy

  Get ready for the festive Fourth of July with these fun and easy Mason Jar candles. Print Recipe 4th of July Mason Jar Candles Use Mason Jars to make this Fourth of July inspired candle DIY Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Prep Time 10 minutes Passive Time 5 minutes Servings people […]





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4th of July Mason Jar Candles

Use Mason Jars to make this Fourth of July inspired candle DIY

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3 clever DIY ways to use the sun

  A quick DIY photo booth How to purify water using the sun quick and easy sun tattoo with glue   Print Recipe 3 clever DIY ways to use the sun A quick DIY photo booth How to purify water using the sun quick and easy sun tattoo with glue Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: […]





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3 clever DIY ways to use the sun

A quick DIY photo booth
How to purify water using the sun
quick and easy sun tattoo with glue

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5 Fun Ice Cream Tips and hacks

  Check out these fun ways  and tips to add a little something to your ice cream with these great ice cream recipes. Print Recipe Summer ice cream recipes Check out these fun ways to add a little something to your ice cream with these great ice cream recipes. Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate […]





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Summer ice cream recipes

Check out these fun ways to add a little something to your ice cream with these great ice cream recipes.

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Scramble eggs in a Mason Jar recipe or Shake Shake Eggs

Scramble eggs in a Mason Jar recipe or Shake Shake Eggs Print Recipe Scramble in a Mason Jar/ Shake Shake Eggs recipe You can have a great egg scramble on the go. No need for a stove, pan or even a plate! Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course Breakfast Cuisine American Prep […]





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Scramble in a Mason Jar/ Shake Shake Eggs recipe

You can have a great egg scramble on the go. No need for a stove, pan or even a plate!

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Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 2 minutes

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Cook Time 2 minutes

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eggs in a mason jar recipe

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  1. Microwave

  2. Spray the inside of a mason jar with cooking spray.

  3. Chop the spinach roughly.

  4. Crack two eggs into the jar.

  5. Add spinach, cheese, salt and pepper.

  6. Add a splash of milk…

  7. …and shake, shake, shake.

  8. Microwave on hight for 1 ½ to 2 minutes, stirring once midway, until eggs are done to your liking.


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Pancakes in a Mason Jar recipe for a breakfast on the go

No time, no problem, with this easy and fast pancake in a mason jar recipe. Print Recipe Pancakes in a Mason Jar recipe You don’t need a plate and a stove for pancakes. Prep a few mason jars with some pancake batter the night before, and when you’re rushing out the door in the morning, […]





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Pancakes in a Mason Jar recipe

You don’t need a plate and a stove for pancakes. Prep a few mason jars with some pancake batter the night before, and when you’re rushing out the door in the morning, pop one in the microwave for two minutes. Pancakes on the go!

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Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 3 minutes

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Course Breakfast
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  1. Spray the inside of your mason jar with cooking spray.

  2. Add pancake batter, then blueberries, then batter, making sure the batter comes no further than half way up the jar, as your pancake will rise.

  3. Microwave the jar on high for 2 minutes. Enjoy as is or with maple syrup drizzled on top.


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Peanut Butter Oatmeal Smoothie recipe for a Mason Jar breakfast

Print Recipe Peanut Butter Oatmeal Smoothie recipe This yummy smoothie can be made the night before and kept in the fridge. It’s packed full of protein and really delicious, and it’s a way great way to enjoy the oatmeal your body craves, without having so sit at the breakfast table with a bowl and spoon. […]





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Peanut Butter Oatmeal Smoothie recipe

This yummy smoothie can be made the night before and kept in the fridge. It’s packed full of protein and really delicious, and it’s a way great way to enjoy the oatmeal your body craves, without having so sit at the breakfast table with a bowl and spoon.

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Instructions
  1. Blend all ingredients on high until smooth.

  2. Make sure everything is silky and incorporated.

  3. Pour the smoothie into a mason jar and top it with a couple of banana slices and a sprinkling of oats.


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A Carved Watermelon Cake recipe and DIY

Try this Carved Watermelon Cake recipe and DIY Print Recipe A Carved Watermelon Cake If you’re serving up watermelon at your next summer party, why not make it look like a cake? Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Servings MetricUS Imperial Ingredients WatermelonChef’s knifeWhipped creamFruit to decorate Servings MetricUS Imperial Ingredients WatermelonChef’s knifeWhipped […]





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A Carved Watermelon Cake

If you’re serving up watermelon at your next summer party, why not make it look like a cake?

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  1. Slice your watermelon into 2″ cross sections.

  2. Using the tip of your knife, carve a pattern into each layer. For dots, simply insert the tip of the knife at a slight diagonal and spin it around to hollow out a small hole. For lines cut lightly into the rind with the blade of the knife at a diagonal, then meet that cut coming in on the opposite diagonal.

  3. We suggest giving each layer a different pattern for the best effect.

  4. Re-assemble the watermelon, and cut the entirety into wedges.

  5. Top with whipped cream and fruit.


Recipe Notes

Serving up these “fruit cakes” is a great idea for summer - we’re pretty sure you won’t miss the real thing!


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A fruit recipe and how to make Inside-Out Individual Apple Pies recipe

Print Recipe Inside-Out Individual Apple Pies recipe Who doesn’t love a good apple pie?! How about skipping all the extra pastry dough, and simply baking them individually inside actual apples? They’re cute and super yummy. Ingredients/Materials: Apples (we used Granny Smith, as they hold their shape while baking) Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this […]





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Inside-Out Individual Apple Pies recipe

Who doesn’t love a good apple pie?! How about skipping all the extra pastry dough, and simply baking them individually inside actual apples? They’re cute and super yummy.
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Apples (we used Granny Smith, as they hold their shape while baking)

Inside out apple pie recipe Katie Brown

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Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes

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Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes

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Inside out apple pie recipe Katie Brown

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  1. Preheat your over to 400 *F.

  2. Slice the tops off your apples.

  3. Using the melon baller, hollow out the apples, leaving about a 1/4″ wall.

  4. Mix a handful or two of blueberries into your apple pie filling, and spoon the filling into the apple cavities.

  5. Slice five thin strips of pastry for each apple, and lay them in a lattice pattern, over lapping on top of each apple.

  6. Trim excess pastry.

  7. Bake apples on a lined baking sheet for 20-25 mins. Enjoy!


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Melon Layer Cake Recipe

During the warmer summer months, we find ourselves craving sweets that are a little lighter and more refreshing. Though there’s nothing quite like Mile High Chocolate Cake when we’re craving sweets with substance to warm us up on the inside, the heavier cakes and pastries of the cooler months, simply don’t sit as well with […]





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Melon Layer Cake Recipe

How about a layer cake made entirely of melon? You get the same beautiful layered reveal, without all the heavy cake layers. If you’re looking for a gluten-free cake, this one’s for you!

Melon layer cake recipe by Katie Brown

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Prep Time 30 minutes

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Course Dessert
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Prep Time 30 minutes

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Melon layer cake recipe by Katie Brown

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  1. Slice 5 rounds of melon from the “fattest” part of the melons. You want two watermelon cross sections, and then two honey dew and one cantaloup (or if you like orange more than green, two cantaloup and one honey dew).

  2. Level the cross sections using your chef’s knife to make sure that when you stack them, they create a level tower.

  3. Using your large circle cutter (we used a vase, but you could use a cake round), punch the rounds so they are all the same size and without skin.

  4. Using the smaller circle cutter, punch out the centers of the seeded melons (honey dew and cantaloup). You will be left with 3 rings and two circles (watermelon).

  5. Pat the melon rounds with paper towel to remove excess moisture.

  6. Place one watermelon round on your cake plate. Top with a honey dew ring, then a cantaloup ring, alternating until all your are left with is the other watermelon round.

  7. Fill the cavity with whipped cream/topping.

  8. Top with remaining watermelon round.

  9. Gently frost “cake” with buttercream using offset spatula. This requires a little patience, but once you have a thin layer established, it gets easier.

  10. Top with fruit to decorate.


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