Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Old Navy knock off

Hi guys! It's been a while since I last posted, and a few things have changed around here. I (Jessica) now work full time in addition to my kids starting school, so it's been a long fall and winter for me, let me tell you! But that doesn't mean that I haven't still been doing projects left and right. To get myself back into the swing of things, I thought I'd post one of my easiest DIY's from the last couple of months for you today.

So last month I (Jessica) saw this awesome shirt at Old Navy. Now, I wanted this shirt, and I wanted it bad, Precious. There were two problems, however. 1. The neckline wasn't that flattering on me (first world problems, baby!) and 2. It was really expensive for a t-shirt, and I'm inherently cheap.

But I knew I could make my own, because of all the slogan t-shirts I've DIY'd so far. Like my In memory of when I cared shirt, or my Bad Wolf t-shirt. What can I say? Apparently I have a thing for shirts with words on them...

I kind of cheated, and bought a t-shirt from Old Navy during one of their $5 deals. So technically this is still an Old Navy t-shirt. Then slapped some iron on letters on it. I'm kind of addicted to iron on letters at this point, I've got at least three more ideas to do now.

I love how it turned out, and I wear this shirt at least twice a week. I even like the font on mine better then the original! And the neckline is much more comfortable and flattering as well. Win-win!

Thanks for checking out my creation! Let me know what you think!

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Seahawks Superbowl Treats Roundup!

At my (Hilary) house, we are all about the Seattle Seahawks.  My husband is from Washington, so he's been a fan forever.  Of course, he is super excited that his Hawks are going to the Superbowl again!  So in honor of that, we are going to have a whole lotta blue and green food this next Sunday.  Pinterest (of course) has tons of great ideas, so I thought I'd round up a few of them and share them with you!

1. Chocolate Mint Fudge Bars.  These chocolate mint fudge bars from Averie Cooks (she has a great site!) look tasty and are perfectly green and blue.  Even my husband who doesn't like chocolate mint was drooling over these!

2. Puppy Chow.  Puppy chow is so easy to make (and can be made gluten-free!), making it a great party snack!  I love how white chocolate peanut butter puppy chow recipe from Cooking in Red Socks has the blue and green candies (you could use Skittles or M&Ms).

3. Guacamole and blue tortilla chips. This is such a simple, but adorable idea from Queen Bee Coupons.  Not only does her link include how to make a tasty guacamole, but she has several other great Seahawks party ideas as well!

4. Kiwi Blueberry Mojito.  Even though it is chilly here in Idaho, a crisp, summery drink is still amazing!  Laylita created a gorgeous blue and green mojito with fresh fruit, which would be perfect!

5. Candy Colored Popcorn (Beast Mode!).  I love love love this candy coated popcorn recipe from Our Best Bites.  The blue and green Skittles are an homage to Mr. Beast Mode himself - Marshawn Lynch (Skittles are his favorite candy!).  This recipe is great too because it has a great step-by-step tutorial about making this delicious popcorn!

6. Jones Soda Display.  This is a great way to have Seahawks-themed drinks without any prep!  Jones Soda is kind of a big deal, especially in the Northwest, and I love Queen Bee Coupons displays them!

7. Superbowl Mocktails. These colorful drinks from She Knows are perfect for the Superbowl.  I love that they are alcohol-free for the kids, but the adults could sneak in a little vodka or rum!

I will definitely be making some of these, along with my favorite Superbowl/football/picnic treat of ALL TIME (and for a little FYI - we've started gently boiling the peppers in hot salted water before stuffing them as a way to neutralize the spice a little bit!):


A few other fun things I found on Pinterest were: a link to Creatively Living where she shares tons of cute Superbowl/Seahawks-inspired outfits.  This was my favorite, but it was difficult choosing just one!  

And a super fun (FREE!) Bingo Game from Pretty Providence for everyone to play during the game!  What a fun way to involve everyone (even the kids!).  We'll be playing this (and it will probably get pretty competitive!).

So who are you rooting for?  The Seahawks, Patriots, or the food?

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Pancake french toast bake recipe

So it's been a while, y'all.

There's a lot of life that's been happening over here, but rather then delve into that in any detail, I thought that I'd share this awesome recipe with you by way of getting back into the groove.

If you follow us on Facebook, you'll remember about a week ago I posted a picture of this ooey-gooey breakfast bake I made using leftover pancakes! I had made a double recipe of our gluten free buttermilk pancakes and had some left the next day. I had been crazing french toast...but wanted to use up my leftovers...so I decided to make this delicious mash-up!

Pancake French Toast Bake Recipe

about 8 standard sized pancakes
8 eggs
1 cup milk
1/2 Tbsp cinnamon
2 tsp vanilla
optional: 1/2 cup fruit of your choice (I used frozen blueberries)
vanilla Greek yogurt
1/4 cup walnuts

1. Pre-heat your oven to 350 degrees, grease a 9 x 9 baking dish, and lay your pancakes out so they fill the dish. You may have to break your pancakes up for this step, but the more crammed in they are the better they'll be cooked!

2. Add your fruit of choice and your walnuts, shake the dish to that they get into all the pancake crevices.

3. Mix together your eggs, milk, vanilla and cinnamon and pour the liquid over your pancakes.

4. Bake for 30 minutes, then take out of the oven and cover with tinfoil. This will help the top of your pancakes not to get too brown. Place back into the oven for another 30 minutes. You're done!

So this turned out EXACTLY as ridiculous and fantastic as it sounds, my kids and I were excited! Next time I'm going to try a version using my pumpkin pie pancake recipe and pumpkin french toast mix with pumpkin pie spices...who says pumpkin season is over?

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Eggnog Desserts Roundup

There are so many amazing flavors floating around at this time of year - peppermint, gingerbread, pumpkin, but I am a sucker for eggnog.  My mom makes the most amazing homemade eggnog every year and I can never get enough!  I'm so excited to see how many yummy eggnog recipes there are this year - eggnog breads, eggnog cupcakes, eggnog lattes - and I am determined to try as many of them as I can!  So here is a roundup of some of the most exciting/delicious/beautiful eggnog desserts I've seen over the last few weeks!

amazing eggnog desserts gluten-free

1. Eggnog Cheesecake Bars with Gingerbread Whipped Cream.  *drool, drool*  Everything about this recipe from All Day I Dream About Food looks amazing!  Plus it is low-carb which is nice during a carb-heavy time of year!  I feel like I could eat gingerbread whipped cream on everything, just sayin'. 

2. Eggnog Cookies.  These super soft eggnog cookies from I Heart Naptime would be perfect for a cookie exchange...sooo pretty!

3. Eggnog Fudge. I am a huge fan of fudge (remember when we made 2-ingredient fudge for Valentine's Day?).  So when I saw Eggnog Fudge on I Heart Naptime's blog, I was hooked!  It is a simple recipe and I think it would be a great treat to share as a gift!

4. Spiced Eggnog Monkey Bread.  This monkey bread from Cheeky Kitchen looks amazing!  My favorite part is the description: "It is like Merry Christmas for your mouth!"

5. (Gluten-free!) Eggnog Cheesecake Muffins.  These beautiful cheesecake "muffins" from Food Network are what started my obsession with eggnog everything!  I'm going to make them with the eggnog frosting for a party next week!

6. (Gluten-free!) Pumpkin Bread with Eggnog Glaze.  I love the idea of a subtle eggnog glaze to give a little bit of holiday flavor on a quick bread and this recipe from Spoon and Saucer is gluten-free (which is great!).

7. Starbucks Eggnog Latte.  I love me a good Starbucks eggnog latte, but specialty coffee can get very expensive quickly, so I love the idea of making it at home!  This recipe from Diethood looks amazing (and probably has fewer calories than its Starbucks counterpart!). 

8. Pumpkin Eggnog Cheesecake.  I've seen a lot of recipes combine pumpkin and eggnog together, which intrigues me!  This pumpkin eggnog cheesecake from Mom Foodie looked tasty since it combines pumpkin + cheesecake + eggnog = perfect Christmas-y dessert.

These are just a few of the amazing eggnog-inspired treats I've found!  I will definitely be trying some of them ASAP.  What about you all?  Do you love eggnog?  Do you agree that homemade eggnog is a million times better than store-bought nog?
Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Pumpkin recipe round up!

So if you've been around awhile with us here on Domestic Bliss Squared, you know we love pumpkin. It borders on obsession. And we've posted several of our own pumpkin creations before as well. Today we thought we'd round up our favorites from the last two years and give them all to you in one giant, pumpkin-y dose!

Without further ado, our list of our top 6 pumpkin recipes from the blog (in no particular order, they're all amazing):

1. Pumpkin Pie Pancakes:

2. Quick n'dirty pumpkin butter:

3. Three Ingredient Pumpkin Muffins:

4. Hilary's amazing Paleo Pumpkin Banana Smoothie:

5. Gluten-Free pumpkin oatmeal muffins:

6. Grain-free pumpkin almond butter cake:

There you are! Now that we've made you all hungry, go try one out! We hope you love these recipes as much as we do, and get as much pumpkin-y enjoyment out of them as we have. And as always drop us a comment below if you've got any questions or suggestions!

Friday, October 31, 2014

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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Our Favorite Affordable Baby Products (plus a chance to win a Target giftcard!)

 A few weeks ago, we shared about our obsession with Target!  Jessica shared this adorable picture of her son eating Target "pa-corn" and reviewed some of their new beauty products.

We had a great response from you all, so today we are sharing our secret for the number one way we save on baby supplies: buy generic!  And since we share four kids between us, we have tried a lot of different brands of generic baby supplies.  Our number one choice is Target's up & up brand, hands-down.  We buy all of our children's medicine, diapers, wipes and even formula (Hilary's pediatrician recommended it over Enfamil!) at Target, and we only purchase the up & up brand when we do!  Here are our top 3 favorite/most-used up & up brand baby products:

Diapers. Probably the most expensive thing you buy for your little ones is diapers!  Formula is pricey for sure, but you only buy it for a year or so.  Diapers on the other hand are something you use all day and for the first few years of your children's lives!  I shudder to think how many diapers I've used between two kids over the last few years. *shudder*  When I was a new mom, I tried different brand-name and generic diapers at other stores, but one day I tried using the up & up brand (since I was already at Target drooling over their clothes), and I never went back!

Here's why I use Target up & up brand diapers:
Price, price, price!  They are dramatically cheaper than most name-brand diapers.
They are super absorbent.  Both of us have struggled with leaky diapers, but up & up brand diapers rarely leak, even at night.  I always buy them one size bigger than my baby needs and it keeps them dry at night.
Gentle on the skin.  My son has terrible eczema, and a lot of other brands of diapers would irritate his super-sensitive skin.  I have never had him get a rash or outbreak around the edges of the diaper, which has happened with other brands.

When I went to Target to get diapers today, I noticed that they've improved their diaper design.  The up & up diapers now have a cotton-enhanced layer, which is supposed to absorb liquid better and reduce leakage, but is still super soft on the skin (crucial for little ones with sensitive skin!).  I was happy to see they are still the same price (sometimes when companies improve their products, the price goes up too) as the original diapers.  They still have the same cute design and stretchy waistband so the diapers fit my super, super busy, constantly moving son!

Diaper Wipes. I use the up & up brand sensitive skin diaper wipes all. the. time.  Here's why I love them!

They are hypoallergenic.  Any mom who has a little one with eczema knows that just because wipes are labelled "sensitive skin" or "hypoallergenic," that doesn't mean it won't irritate your baby's skin. However, the up & up wipes don't irritate my son's skin.  At all.  Just finding wipes that don't hurt his skin was an amazing moment.
Price, price, price!  The wipes are also super affordable and come in individual packs, 3-packs and 9-packs (which is what I normally buy).
Durability.  My biggest pet peeve is when you are changing a diaper, you go to grab a wipe and it falls apart before you can use it!  Target's wipes are super durable.  Like you can scrub poop off a carpet with them and they won't fall apart (and yes, we've had to do that before...).  And because they are strong, you don't have to use as many to clean up a blowout, which saves you money in the end!
A flip top lid. I love the flip top lid.  The wipes don't dry out and it makes it easy to throw them in a diaper bag.

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When you have kids, every little dollar saved counts!  Even saving $3 on the diaper pail bags refill meant I could grab three art books from Target's dollar spot for Christmas gifts!  Hooray!

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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

breakfast burritos, two recipes

It's the school year, y'all. And for those of us with school aged kids, that means scrambling in the morning to get everyone out the door in time, and if you're really super extra organized you might have time to throw a granola bar at your kids on the way out the door. My own kids frequently eat in the car, on the way to school.

I'm not super organized, I won't lie.

My solution to this was freezer breakfast burritos. The most amazing, delicious, easy to make in massive bulk and easy to reheat on the go in the morning. Or, if you're me, at 9pm as I write this.

Freezer Breakfast Burritos (makes about 50 burritos) 

2 lbs sausage
2 dozen eggs
2 green peppers
1 red pepper
1 whole onion
1 lb shredded potatoes
1 lb shredded cheese
between 45-50 fajita sized tortillas*

*note on the tortillas, these will work WAY better if you use real, actual tortillas. Nothing against the grocery store brands, but tortillas made by actual people who know how to make them will microwave much better. It's because of the lard. Real pig lard makes for excellent tortillas that re-heat like magic.

  1. Cook your sausage in a (very) large pan. Drain and set aside.
  2. In the same pan, cook your peppers and onions. Once they're starting to get a bit done, toss your frozen hash browns on top. 
  3. In a separate pan, cook all two dozen eggs over medium low heat, scrambling them as they cook.
  4. Mix together your eggs and sausage mixture, get everything really good and incorporated. 
  5. Spread about 1/4 cup of toppings onto the center of your tortilla as shown. Top with cheese.
  6. Roll up your burritos by folding in the sides, then folding in the top and bottom. This makes for a really good seal on the burrito that won't come undone when you're microwaving it. 
  7. Stick your burritos into individual snack sized ziploc bags. They should fit pretty much perfectly, and this is by far the easiest way of packaging them. Originally I had thought to use plastic wrap, but that was a miserable sticky failure. It's a bit tedious, packaging them all individually, but totally worth it in the end.
To reheat these babies, stick them in the microwave for 1 minute on one side. Flip, and microwave 30 seconds on the other. And you're done!

There's another variation to these which I actually greatly prefer. The original version is awesome for my kids, because they'll actually eat them. But the second one involves jalapenos, which make this girl very happy.

For variation 2, you'll need salsa (to taste), about six jalapeno pepper, and hot sauce of your choice. What I did was set aside about four cups of my sausage/eggs/pepper/onion mixture for this part.

  1. Slice fresh jalapenos and cut out the membranes and seeds.
  2. Chop them super finely, then add them to your sausage and egg mixture.
  3. Add roughly a cup to a cup and a half of salsa, and about 1/2 cup hot sauce. Mix well, then place into tortillas and fold as shown above. Prepare for your taste buds to be blown off!
I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I do, we've eaten through about half of these bad boys so far, and I made this first batch a month ago. A huge hit!

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Make over boring cork boards!

DIY make over an old cord board with spray paint

Today I'm going to show you step by step how I went from the ugly, stained cork boards above (from the thrift store, of course!) to the fun, bright wall art below:

DIY make over an old cord board with spray paint

I started by spray painting the whole cork board with white spray paint. I was not careful about sanding or cleaning off the wood like Hilary, and I probably should have been, because it took me twice as long to paint as it should have...mostly because I kept having to wipe away dust in the middle of painting...

DIY make over an old cord board with spray paint

...but I finally got it all white and pretty! There was some speculation between Hilary and I about whether or not the cork would be able to hold paint, or if it would simply absorb the paint and need six coats. It turns our that cork can be painted effectively! And it only took two coats to get it fully covered:

DIY make over an old cord board with spray paint

Once I had let them dry for six hours or so, I covered the cork board by layering newspaper and brown packaging paper over it, then taping it down with painter's tape. I left the white frames exposed:

DIY make over an old cord board with spray paint

I then sprayed the frames turquoise, using about two coats to fully cover the white. Also, look! You can totally see my toes in this picture:

DIY make over an old cord board with spray paint

The designs on the frames were made using Sharpie paint pens from the hardware store. I used orange and lime green:

DIY make over an old cord board with spray paint

I just free-handed the design of the green lines on the larger cork board (which of course didn't show up on camera, boo) and the orange polka dots on the smaller board. I both love and hate how this turned out. I'm a perfectionist and these aren't perfect, identical dots by any stretch of the imagination. But I do kind of love how they look fun and wonky. I think it works in a playroom setting.

DIY make over an old cord board with spray paint

I chose these colors to match the tissue paper poofs that we already have hanging in the room. These poofs are left over from our boy's first birthday party! Can you believe they've held up so well? We showed you how to make your own when we threw their monster-themed party in march.

DIY make over an old cord board with spray paint

Here's the final pic of the large board, hanging in our playroom. The light in that room isn't great, so please excuse the sub-par picture:

DIY make over an old cord board with spray paint

The letters above the larger board were a stroke of genius. I have a tutorial for this super easy and fun kid's craft coming up soon!

DIY make over an old cord board with spray paint

And here's the small, polka-dotted board:

DIY make over an old cord board with spray paint

The smaller signs were just some polka dotted cardboard scraps that I free-handed words onto and let the girls color. I wasn't even careful cutting it out, so they're really uneven around the edges, but the kids really got a kick out of being a part of the creative process for the artwork in the playroom:

DIY make over an old cord board with spray paint

These aren't perfect, I didn't follow all of the careful steps like Hilary did when she spray painted her shadowbox, but I think for a play room the slightly wonky cork boards are a fun touch. And now the kids have a place to put their own artwork on the walls, and not on my refrigerator door!

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Coffee Bean Makeup Holder

So a little backstory first...I had just purchased a bag full of coconut cream-flavored coffee (yum!) and was making a pot of coffee.  I went into the back of the house and heard a crash!  I walked out to my kitchen to see my son dumping out the. entire. bag.  I looked closely and saw that my brand new coffee beans were now mixed with the old cheese from last night's dinner.

Gross!  I hated the idea of throwing a pound of yummy coffee away, so on a whim I made this:

This was the easiest project ever.  I've seen the idea of using coffee beans to hold up makeup brushes floating around for a few years, but I was skeptical.  Did it work?  Did it really release a yummy coffee smell when you grab your makeup?

I grabbed a teal container I had laying around ($1 at the Dollar Tree!) and filled it with the beans:

I stacked all my makeup in it:

(See the Mary Kay blush?  I wasn't kidding when we talked about how much we love Mary Kay makeup in our Mary Kay giveaway post!)

And voila!  The easiest project ever.  So what about my skepticism?  The beans do release a nice coffee smell whenever I grab my makeup.  Now my brushes and lipsticks and eyeshadows smell like coffee, which always makes me smile when I use them!

Since I only filled the container halfway with beans, only a few have popped out onto my dresser.  They stay contained for the most part.  I set mine on my dresser, just in case it got knocked over.  I definitely wouldn't put this on a tiny bathroom counter with young kids!

Overall, I am happy with the project and although I didn't get to drink my coconut cream-flavored coffee, its nice that I didn't have to throw it away and I get to enjoy the smell.  Its been several weeks and it still smells pretty!

Do you want some makeup to put in your coffee bean holder?  Don't forget to enter our Mary Kay makeup giveway ($100 Visa debit card + a collection of Mary Kay makeup) open until October 7, 2014!

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