Did you know that July is National Ice Cream month? It’s true! And I was so inspired by the latest Williams Sonoma catalog cover featuring some delicious sundaes in these soda fountain glasses that I wanted to make some for Lars and reveal the recipes. Don’t they look delicious?! Get the full recipes below!
American Father’s Day is coming up. I specify, because when you have family that doesn’t live in America, you realize that you unknowingly miss all sorts of major holidays. Whoops! Anywhoo, what better way to treat your dad than a delicious breakfast of BACON AND CHEDDAR WAFFLES and homemade syrup. It’s the best of all worlds coming together to form the world’s most perfect breakfast world. I like to call it a Ron Swanson, Leslie Knope, Buddy the Elf compromise.
At some point in the history of blogging, donuts became king. And National Donut Day became its Christmas.
SO, in true blogger form, Happy National Day! May you eat all the frosted, sprinkled, fried dough in the shape of a ring that you can. And if you’re not in the US, may donuts be in your future at some point in life. Or I’ll come to you and bring you some. I’d like that very much.
ME made us some #CraftTheRainbow donuts. Get the full recipe below!
And if you’re needing to really get in the spirit of National Donut day, here are some fun links for your weekend:
Man, I gave you a little teaser last week of the Balloons & Books baby shower and then I was mum! Well, mum no more, I’m sharing more details about the party and today it’s the colorful cake that Mary Elizabeth Hammond made for our celebration of Victoria and baby Anthem. Layered cakes are nothing new, but I still find them totally charming and shocking—I’ve never actually seen one in person, nor have I ever come close to making even one of those layers, nay, a half of one of those layers. I did burn a cake mix once though, but that’s a story for another day.
So, I thought it would be fun to make it nondescript from the outside so that it would be a little mullet moment when it was cut open (you know, business in the front, party in the back). Ha! Not true, I just totally forgot to do anything about a cake topper. But I like the excuse so I’m going to stick with it. I should have been a spin doctor.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! We had a ball coming up with some fun green/rainbow/gold inspired crafts for you this season. Did you make any of them? If so, please take a picture and tag it with #MakingWithLars. I’d love to see them! And sometimes I love to show people what you are making. Now, let’s recap St. Patrick’s Day 2015: