itspartyrehab
itspartyrehab:

Chocolate Milkshake ShootersIngredients & Measurements:
1/3 cup Chocolate Chips
2-3 tbsp Heavy Cream
2 toasted Marshmallows
1/2 cup Ben & Jerrys Rocky Road Ice Cream
2 oz. Jack Daniels
3 tbsp Milk
3 Ice Cubes
1/4 cup Sprinkles
Instructions:In a small microwave safe bowl heat the chocolate chips and heavy cream on high for one minute. Remove from microwave and stir. Continue to heat in 30 second intervals until chocolate is melted. Let chocolate sit for a minute or two just to thicken up.In a mixer, add the toasted marshmallows, ice cream, Jack, milk, and ice cubes. Blend until completely mixed. If mixture is too thick add a little more milk, if it’s too thin add another scoop of ice cream. Totally up to you, just based on the consistency that you like.Take shooters and dip quickly in chocolate, just enough to line the rim, then dip in to the sprinkles. Pour a teaspoon of the chocolate in to the bottom of each shooter. Then divide the milkshake evenly between the glasses. Enjoy!

itspartyrehab:

Chocolate Milkshake Shooters

Ingredients & Measurements:

  • 1/3 cup Chocolate Chips
  • 2-3 tbsp Heavy Cream
  • 2 toasted Marshmallows
  • 1/2 cup Ben & Jerrys Rocky Road Ice Cream
  • 2 oz. Jack Daniels
  • 3 tbsp Milk
  • 3 Ice Cubes
  • 1/4 cup Sprinkles

Instructions:
In a small microwave safe bowl heat the chocolate chips and heavy cream on high for one minute. Remove from microwave and stir. Continue to heat in 30 second intervals until chocolate is melted. Let chocolate sit for a minute or two just to thicken up.

In a mixer, add the toasted marshmallows, ice cream, Jack, milk, and ice cubes. Blend until completely mixed. If mixture is too thick add a little more milk, if it’s too thin add another scoop of ice cream. Totally up to you, just based on the consistency that you like.

Take shooters and dip quickly in chocolate, just enough to line the rim, then dip in to the sprinkles. Pour a teaspoon of the chocolate in to the bottom of each shooter. Then divide the milkshake evenly between the glasses. Enjoy!

kidsfoodsandactivities
kidsfoodsandactivities:

 Fun and Spooky Halloween Party Food Recipes
Are you ready to have a spooky good time this Halloween? I have collected some recipes that everyone will be talking about days after the Halloween party is over. Recipes include a delicious Halloween Orange Poke Cake, Deviled Egg Eyeballs, spooky Witches Finger Cookies,ghoulish Dragons Blood Punch, yummy Candied Apple and Popcorn Balls.

kidsfoodsandactivities:

 Fun and Spooky Halloween Party Food Recipes

Are you ready to have a spooky good time this Halloween? I have collected some recipes that everyone will be talking about days after the Halloween party is over. Recipes include a delicious Halloween Orange Poke Cake, Deviled Egg Eyeballs, spooky Witches Finger Cookies,ghoulish Dragons Blood Punch, yummy Candied Apple and Popcorn Balls.

alliegets
alliegets:

Looking for an easy dinner recipe? Do yourself a favor, and make this.
Easy, delicious chicken and rice from one of my favorite dudes, Mark Bittman.
I made a few changes:
I caramelized the onion, instead of just softening it. This takes a little longer, but it was worth it.
I added a package of crimini mushrooms, that I halved then sliced, to the cooked onions.
I stirred in a few cloves of minced garlic after the mushrooms had cooked through.
I defrosted a bag of Trader Joe’s frozen artichoke hearts in the microwave, sliced the bigger ones in half and added those right before I stirred in the rice.
I topped our bowls with a squeeze of lemon juice, parsley and a sprinkle of red pepper flakes. It would have been a little bland without these additions.
Go forth and make chicken and rice. Seriously.
Edited to add: this is a different version of the recipe I used last night. Instead of a whole chicken cut into pieces, I used three breasts, chopped into bite-size chunks.

alliegets:

Looking for an easy dinner recipe? Do yourself a favor, and make this.

Easy, delicious chicken and rice from one of my favorite dudes, Mark Bittman.

I made a few changes:

  • I caramelized the onion, instead of just softening it. This takes a little longer, but it was worth it.
  • I added a package of crimini mushrooms, that I halved then sliced, to the cooked onions.
  • I stirred in a few cloves of minced garlic after the mushrooms had cooked through.
  • I defrosted a bag of Trader Joe’s frozen artichoke hearts in the microwave, sliced the bigger ones in half and added those right before I stirred in the rice.
  • I topped our bowls with a squeeze of lemon juice, parsley and a sprinkle of red pepper flakes. It would have been a little bland without these additions.

Go forth and make chicken and rice. Seriously.

Edited to add: this is a different version of the recipe I used last night. Instead of a whole chicken cut into pieces, I used three breasts, chopped into bite-size chunks.