This a double linky post...wait is that allowed? I might be breaking a blogger rule...oh well, it includes yummy food, adorable doggies, and a freebie. Y'all might forgive me:)
1. First is the yummy food! Christy over at Teaching Tales Along the Yellow Brick Road is having her Eating, Drinking, and Linking party (oh my! Three of my favorite things:).
Well, I am trying to be good and not bake. So, I just want to share a quickie dessert that was a big hit! I have been seeing all of these amazing cookies with Reeses Peanut Butter Cups (is there a Reeses Anonymous?) on Pinterest. I thought I would try to make something with Reeses Peanut Butter Cups.
- It was so easy! I just used a box brownie mix - Betty Crocker Chewy.
- I lined the 8x8 pan with non-stick foil.
- Followed the directions on the brownie box, and poured the batter in the pan.
- Unwrapped the miniature Reeses and pushed them into the batter - I thought that the batter would cover them, and at first I wasn't happy.
- Baked for a little bit longer than was on the box - just keep an eye on them.
- When they were cool, I used the foil to lift the whole square of brownies out of the pan. That made cutting them into squares so easy.
- It turned out that having the batter NOT cover the Reeses Peanut Butter Cups (I even love typing it:) was a good thing! That it made it super easy to cut into deliciously ridiculously rich squares of peanut butter goodness.
Now don't forget to go over to Teaching Tales Along the Yellow Brick Road and link up with your own naughty recipe:)
2. Now on to Monday Made It over at Fourth Grade Frolics.
For school, I finally put together my "how to" multiplication charts. I have been doing these by hand, over and over for a few years now. Finally, I have them in digital form and next year's students can put them in their Math Notebooks.Math Notebooks (Part 2 of a gazillion parts): Multiplication Facts Fast. If you are interested in using them, the PDF can be found here:).
My home made it is a long story that can be retold in pictures:)
|There were 2 dogs - granted, adorable dogs. They got bored at home while mommy was cleaning out her classroom.|
|This is what mommy came home to.|
|So, this is what mommy "made" for two nights.|
Thanks for stopping by! Please don't forget to go by Teaching Tales Along the Yellow Brick Road to link up with one of your favorite recipes, and Fourth Grade Frolics to proudly share what you made this week.