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Hey everyone! Can you believe it's already March? This year is already flying by, except it does feel like it's been winter for about a year. We are having another snow storm today!
But now that it's March it means that Pi day is coming up!!! We wanted to remind you about our wonderful For the Love of Pie book that you can buy from our Etsy shop to prepare for the festivities of the day! I decided to remind you with this slab pie recipe, which is new! So make this, and buy the pie book for more pie recipes!
I made this last weekend while we were in California for Alicia's son's baptism. It was a hit!
This recipe is so straightforward and easy, and it will feed a lot of people, so it's perfect for a big party (like you know, a Pi day party?) You'll need a half sheet baking pan to bake your blueberry slab pie. Then, you just use our classic pie crust recipe for the crust, and the blueberry pie filling recipe I shared with you here. Then, top it with the crumble recipe below and bake it at 400 degrees Fahrenheit for 40 minutes.
One tip I'd give you is don't try to transport it immediately after it comes out of the oven. That part was stressful for me.
I hope you all enjoy March 14, or Pi day, or PIE day with this great blueberry slab pie recipe. Then don't forget to click the link on our sidebar to visit our Etsy shop to buy our Pie recipe book, For the Love of Pie. You can also buy our hot cocoa bomb book because if March 14 turns out to be a cold and snowy pie day, you'll need some hot cocoa bombs to go with your pie!
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Hello! It's Lindsey, back with a delicious pizza recipe. It's no secret that we love a good pizza here at 3 Winks Design. We love it so much that when Alicia was pregnant with her daughter she announced it with pizza here (look at that cute little boy who just turned eight!)
A few weeks back I was craving spinach and artichoke dip. I had also promised my daughter we would have pizza and movie night, and from those two things came this delicious spinach and artichoke pizza!
As with all things pizza, you need to have a good crust to get your pizza started off right. We have provided several great pizza crust recipes for you!
In this pizza pot pie post we shared our simple go to pizza crust recipe which is great to use when you don't have a lot of time.
In this three easy ways to improve pizza night post, Alicia shared her favorite pizza crust recipe, which can be found here.
If you need a gluten free pizza crust option, I shared a great cauliflower pizza crust recipe in this post
Once you have your pizza crust recipe picked, and your pizza crust prepped stretch it out over your pizza pan, or if you use a pizza stone, spread it on a piece of parchment paper while you heat your stone in the oven. Sprinkle the crust with a little salt and pepper, and some garlic.
Place the spinach in a heated pan to wilt it. Then place it on a paper towel as you make the rest of the recipe.
Melt the butter in a sauce pan and whisk in the cornstarch and onion powder.
Then pour in the milk and stir until thick. Once thickened remove from heat and add in the spinach. Spread the sauce over your crust and then add the chopped artichokes and the mozzarella and parmesan cheese.
Pop your pizza in the oven (don't forget if using a pizza stone to slide your crust onto the stone off the parchment paper and then into the oven) until golden brown, about 16-20 minutes.
I seriously chowed down on this pizza and sometimes I still think about it. So I'll probably be making it again soon! You can make it now!
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I posted this Valentine's day post a few years back, right after giving birth to my oldest daughter, who just turned 5 in December! I can't believe it is already 2023! Yesterday we celebrated our sweet son Henry's birthday.
For some reason, Valentine's Day has been on my mind already, I want to make it extra special this year. Valentine's Day is generally not my thing, but this year I don't want to focus on romantic love (although I am married and Valentine's Day is also my husband's birthday, so there will be some romance) but just the importance of loving others in general.
Food is definitely a love language. In this post I listed seven great recipes for you to try out on Valentine's day (or maybe the lead up to it) including some great cocoa bomb ideas!
By the way, have you purchased our Hot Cocoa Bomb book from our Etsy shop yet? We actually have two, our original book, and our fall flavor book! Don't get the store bought trash, learn how to make the original and best cocoa bombs around, our Original Hot Cocoa Bombs!
Maybe I can convince my mom and sisters to put together a Valentine Cocoa Bomb recipe book in time to have all your favorite Valentine flavors this February!
Make sure you check out our video at the link below for how to make some tasty Strawberry Hot Cocoa Bombs. What a delicious, warm pink drink in time for Valentine's Day!
Valentine's day is coming up and you might still be wondering what you should be cooking that night. Whether you're planning on a romantic dinner for two, or something fast and easy for the whole family, we are here to help.
This blog is full of recipes and I've lined up a few of my favorites here for you to choose from. Remember, you can also go to our Etsy shop and buy our bloggilicious baking pages to create your own hard copy cookbook with our recipes!
Our valentine's day will be different this year. It is PH's birthday, so of course we'll be celebrating that! But now we have a little one, and family will be in town to celebrate her because on the 18th she will be blessed at our church. (I guess a blessing is sort of like a christening, but there is no water. Is there water at a christening? I think so. a blessing is when the father, or another worthy priesthood holder, holds the baby and gives her a name and then blesses her with whatever Heavenly Father tells him to bless her with. In a nutshell.) Alicia will be here and her son's birthday is the 13th and he'll be turning 3! Our nephew Hunter is also here and he'll be 3 on the 20th! So with all this busy family time, we'll probably want to be using some of these great recipes ourselves!
Happy Valentine's Day!
1. Strawberry Hot Cocoa Bombs: my mom came up with this flavor last year and we made this cute video to show you how they work! Here in AZ its already 80 degrees, but in those parts of the country where it is still freezing you can warm up with that special someone with these tasty bombs!
2. Salted Caramel Hot Cocoa Bombs: my mom also showed you another fun flavor and decorated them for Valentine's day! Check out how cute they are!
3. Shrimp Pesto with Zoodles: don't forget, last year I gave you the perfect Valentine's day meal. It's what PH and I had, and we enjoyed it quite a bit! I think I might go buy zucchini and make it again!
4. German Rinderrouladen and Potato Dumplings: Go international with this tasty meal from Alicia's journey into German foods!
5. Valentine's Day appetizers: if you're throwing any kind of party (like we are) these Valentine appetizers are sure to be a hit!
6. Swiss Cake Roll: what Valentine's Meal is complete without dessert? Check out our tasty Swiss Cake roll for yours!
7. Butterscotch Not so Squares: Of course Valentine's Day involves candies and chocolate. Give a heartfelt gift by making these tasty chocolates that your significant other will love!
Well, there you have it. Seven recipes sure to make your Valentine's day a success, no matter whom you're celebrating it with!
Hi everyone! Lindsey here. My blogging has been more sparse these days, but I had to tell you about this delicious spiced pear jam I made, so that you can make your own.
As you know, we're big on canning around here. My mom has been canning my whole life, and she has taught me how to can many things. Here is a link to some canning tips she has given you in the past.
Well I had a large quantity of pears and I wanted to try making a spiced pear jam I looked around at a few recipes, and came up with this delicious one below! It takes some time to peel and chop your pears, but after that the cooking is pretty much you watching your jam so it doesn't burn.
It is so worth it! This jam tastes like fall, and I want to put it on everything!
So if you want to try a little pear jam, give this recipe a go and tell us how it turns out!
Creators of Hot Cocoa Bombs! (copyrighted)
Helen Reynolds: Mother of six children , grandmother to eleven! I love to cook, craft and create things and I especially love doing that with my family, So, when my lawyer daughter, Lindsey, my artist daughter, Madalynn, and I came up with the idea of Hot Cocoa Bombs, this blog was born. Then, one more daughter, with her technical and science skills, plus creativity has joined in to round us out! Read more about us here!