Oh my... best hot chocolate in the world.  There is a reason it is good, but it is a great "every now and again" treat!

Oh my... best hot chocolate in the world. There is a reason it is good, but it is a great "every now and again" treat!

Envy My Cooking: Dinner for "new moms" so excited to use this for the best friend!

Envy My Cooking: Dinner for "new moms" so excited to use this for the best friend!

Brownie in a Cup ~ Wipe the outside of the cup with rubbing alcohol. Use an oil based Sharpie paint marker, then write the instructions onto the cup. Let the Sharpie dry completely for 24 hours. Place your cup in a cold oven, then bake at 450 degrees for 30 minutes. Crack your oven door and let the cup cool down with the oven to prevent cracking. This would be great as a gift, add the dry ingredients and wrap.

Brownie in a Cup ~ Wipe the outside of the cup with rubbing alcohol. Use an oil based Sharpie paint marker, then write the instructions onto the cup. Let the Sharpie dry completely for 24 hours. Place your cup in a cold oven, then bake at 450 degrees for 30 minutes. Crack your oven door and let the cup cool down with the oven to prevent cracking. This would be great as a gift, add the dry ingredients and wrap.

vanilla chai tea mix.  this would be a really cute gift to make for loved ones during the holiday season.

vanilla chai tea mix. this would be a really cute gift to make for loved ones during the holiday season.

Make Your Own Cute Bath Fizziesyou can also find citric acid in the kosher aisle your grocery store, labeled as 'sour salt'. I found the ingredients -- citric acid, especially -- in the canning aisle at Walmart. I also bought a nice silicon candy mold there.Sift 1 3/4 cup baking soda, 1 cup citric acid, and 2 cups cornstarch through a sieve to remove chunks. To make different tints, fill small spritzer bottles with water and add about 6 drops of food coloring to each.Pour 1 cup o...

Make Your Own Cute Bath Fizziesyou can also find citric acid in the kosher aisle your grocery store, labeled as 'sour salt'. I found the ingredients -- citric acid, especially -- in the canning aisle at Walmart. I also bought a nice silicon candy mold there.Sift 1 3/4 cup baking soda, 1 cup citric acid, and 2 cups cornstarch through a sieve to remove chunks. To make different tints, fill small spritzer bottles with water and add about 6 drops of food coloring to each.Pour 1 cup o...

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