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Peep! Skip The Frosting Cupcakes

Peep! Skip The Frosting Cupcakes.

Set your timer three minutes before baking is complete and place one Peep on each cupcake, then bake until melted- approximately three minutes.

peep skip the frosting cupcake

Peep!

 

This Easter, save time baking cupcakes by skipping the frosting and using Peeps to melt on your cupcakes.

peep skip the frosting cupcake

place Peeps on top of cupcakes about three minutes before baking is complete

 

 

I used a basic white cake mix and added food coloring:

separate white cake mix into four separate bowls

 

add a few drops of food coloring; I like Duff's Neon Food Coloring

 

vibrant

 

set timer for three minutes prior to baking being complete

 

peep skip the frosting cupcake

place Peeps on top of cupcakes about three minutes before baking is complete

 

bake until melted, approximately three more minutes

 

Peep! Skip The Frosting Cupcakes

 

If you enjoy my Skip The Frosting Cupcakes, you’ll enjoy these as well:

Skip The Frosting Chocolate Smores Cupcakes

Red Velvet Cupcake Recipe Skip The Frosting Marshmallow

Skip The Frosting Red Velvet Cupcakes

Red Velvet Cupcake Recipe Skip The Frosting Marshmallow

The Original Skip The Frosting Cupcake, 2011

 

 

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Lorax Pinterest Party on Twitter

We are so excited for the release of one of Barb’s favorite books as a teacher onto the big screen, that we are dedicating our regular Thursday night Pinfest Mealplanning Twitter Party to The Lorax this week!

We have already started adding all the fun The Lorax pins we can find to our Seussville Pinterest Board. We can’t wait to get together with you and add more!

Seussville Pinterest Board-Featuring The Lorax Pins

Last Friday night, Barb attended The Lorax Bliss Party in Nashville, TN with The Lorax himself.

Barb and The Lorax

We gathered lots of fun photo’s to help inspire you to throw your very own The Lorax party which we will be sharing in a post, How The Throw a The Lorax Party, soon.  We have even put together a recipe for our very own Lorax Dinner Makeover.

Lorax pasta dish

Did you make something The Lorax themed? Or know of someone elses The Lorax post we should see? Please leave us the link in The Lorax themed linky below:


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Corn Flake Fish Sticks

Homemade Fish Sticks Recipe


Corn Flake Fish Sticks

Ingredients

  • white fish, like cod- 1½-2 lbs (i found a bulk 2 lb bag of frozen cod from artic shores for $7.99 at albertsons)
  • celery stalks- 2, chopped fine
  • Corn Flakes- 2 cups
  • STAPLES:
  • egg- 1
  • Old Bay seasoning- 1 tbspn
  • dried dill, dried parsley- 1 tspn each
  • breadcrumbs- 1 cup
  • mayonnaise- about ¼ cup
  • lemon juice
  • canola oil

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to Broil
  2. Place fish on baking sheet and pat dry
  3. Bake until cooked thoroughly, approximately 7 minutes
  4. Transfer fish to large mixing bowl and flake with a fork
  5. Add celery, egg, Old Bay, dill, parsley, breadcrumbs, mayonnaise and lemon juice; mix well
  6. Place Corn Flakes in shallow bowl
  7. Heat oil in deep skillet over medium-high heat
  8. Hand-roll fish mixture into sticks or patties (they don’t have to be perfect) then gently roll in Corn Flakes
  9. Fry in oil until crispy brown on both sides, approximately 7 minutes total
  10. Transfer to paper-towel lined plate to cool
https://tonispilsbury.com/corn-flake-fish-sticks/

This was my first attempt at making homemade fish sticks.  By flaking cooked white fish and combining it with seasoning, I topped it off with a Corn Flakes coating and the result was delicious- the kids and I couldn’t stop eating them.  They taste like a healthier, modern version of a retro diner food, which is why I included them in my “Peggy Sue’s Diner Weekly Meal Plan“.

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Meal Planning For Busy Families

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Homemade Fish Sticks are delicious served with these easy side dishes:

Homemade Macaroni and Cheese Recipe

Homemade Macaroni and Cheese

 

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What’s For Dinner This Week- Peggy Sue’s Diner

Meal Planning for Busy Families

What’s for dinner this week?  We’re going retro with Peggy Sue’s Diner.  If you’re a subscriber to The Organized Cook Weekly Meal Plan System, this modern take on classic diner food is what’s on the menu.

MONDAY

Homemade Sloppy Joe's

Day 1: Homemade Sloppy Joe's with Sauteed Mushrooms & Vegetables

 

TUESDAY

Tuna Casserole

Day 2: Classic Tuna Casserole

 

WEDNESDAY

Homemade Enchiladas

Day 3: Peggy Sue Enchiladas

 

THURSDAY

Homemade Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

Day 4: Homestyle Chicken Pot Pie

 

FRIDAY

Homemade Fish Sticks Recipe

Day 5: Diner Fish Sticks

 

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Peggy Sue’s Diner on Pinterest

I have an aunt named Peggy Sue.  Really.

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One time she made enchiladas for me and it was- ideally- the most American 1960′s way to make enchiladas I could imagine.  She actually mixes together red and green enchilada sauce- they were unique and delicious.  I used her simple enchiladas recipe, titled “Peggy Sue Enchiladas” in this week’s meal plan.

Both Peggy Sue and her enchiladas inspired me to create a new Pinterest board just for them.  I love Pinterest and we love you Peggy Sue!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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