What’s In Your Kitchen Wednesday

Happy Wednesday!  I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter.  We enjoyed beautiful weather here and spent the day in the company of loved ones and with lots of awesome food.

Now I’m on the countdown to the weekend, because my undergraduate alma mater {Wichita State University} is playing in the Final Four. It’s pretty exciting stuff here in my hometown. I’m planning a game watching party for Saturday night and am trying to brainstorm some black and gold themed food ideas…if you have any good ones, please share them with me!


Okay, let’s get onto the features!

This week’s top viewed post was this Orange Creamsicle Milkshake from A Cozy Place Called Home.  I love the idea of garnishing these with a Peep – my kiddo would go wild for these.

Orange Creamsicle Milkshake- Lamb 3

Butterfingers are probably my very favorite candy bar, so I’m sort of drooling over these Mini Butterfinger Pies in a Jar from Crumbs and Chaos.


Even though the Tall Boy doesn’t generally go for sweets, he loves Cadbury Creme Eggs. I might have to bake him some of these Cadbury Creme Egg Cupcakes from Annie’s Noms. Seriously, so cute!

Cadbury Creme Egg Cupcakes

You know I love overnight brunch recipes, and French toast is my ultimate favorite. This Overnight Banana Stuffed French Toast from Crazy for Crust looks absolutely amazing. Plus, Dorothy topped it with banana maple syrup.  O.M.G.


Even though Spring hasn’t yet arrived here in Kansas, I can easily eat ice cream any day of the year.  And this Single Serve (healthy) Raspberry Ice Cream from Heather’s French Press is going to make its way to my mouth – soon.


Thank you all so much for coming back each week to make this party a great success!  I love seeing all of your great creations, and it’s such an awesome way for me to find new blogs to stalk read.

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  1. Jessica@AKitchenAddiction

    I wish I had some of that french toast waiting for me for breakfast tomorrow! Hope you’re having a great week!
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  2. Shannon @ A Cozy Place Called Home

    What a surprise to link up and see my Orange Creamsicle Milkshake featured. Thanks so much! Thanks for hosting the party each week.

  3. liz

    Thanks for hosting Ashley! Have fun Saturday night and good luck to your team!
    liz recently posted..Lemon Sugar CookiesMy Profile

  4. Krista @ joyfulhealthyeats

    Thanks for hosting another great party Ashley! 🙂 How fun to have a basketball party this weekend… kinda jealous. All the teams I picked or have ties too are out. Hope you have a blast! 🙂 Maybe you could do a blackbean dip with some roasted yellow peppers and queso fresco? I would eat it! 🙂
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