What’s In Your Kitchen Wednesday
Holy cow, is it already February? How did that happen? Seriously, I feel like we just got through with Christmas. In fact, I just spotted a Christmas decoration in my downstairs bathroom I missed putting away. #epicfailatcleaningandorganizing
Speaking of holidays, what’s your take on Valentine’s Day? Are you a huge fan, or do you think it’s kind of a made-up, over-commercialized holiday like I do? I do like the treats, though.
Let’s get to the features!
This week’s most viewed link was this amazing Strawberry Shortcake Fudge from Inside BruCrew Life. Isn’t it just gorgeous?
I’m a huge fan of decorated sugar cookies, and these Hershey’s Kiss “Dah-ling” Cookies from Life is Sweets are so sparkly and pretty!
I love the addition of hickory smoked almonds to these BEST brownies from The Tasty Fork! And they are so pretty, too!
Even though I’m not a huge red velvet fan as a general rule, these Valentine’s Day Red Velvet Dark Chocolate Trifles from Confessions of a Recovering Chocoholic are simply stunning! And such an easy Valentine’s Day treat!
And hello? Churro Apple Pie Waffles from Chica Chocolatina…is this even real life? Seriously, girl, you are my new best friend.
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. I apologize that I didn’t get around to comment on all the links this week, but between having to get my car towed, dealing with a non-working oven, and parent-teacher conferences, the time got away from me. Just know that even if I didn’t comment, I popped over to look at all of your great stuff!
Are you ready to share what you’ve been up to this week? After sharing, please take a moment to visit some other links–we all love comments! 🙂
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