Unicorn Breakfast Recipe

It’s November, they said. It’s officially time to get ready for the holidays, they said.

Seriously! WHERE did this year go? I feel like it was just midnight 2016 now we’re just a few months from 2018. Sheesh! But thank God for another year, right? With that being said, I wanted to share an idea for all the parties, potlucks, and work functions that you’ll most likely have coming up.


I like to call it Unicorn Breakfast! But really, it’s Funfetti Dip. Why unicorn breakfast you ask? Well, because 1. If you know me, you know I believe unicorns are AWESOME! 2. This dip is light and fluffy filled with sprinkles. Just seems like something a unicorn would eat. It’s totally edible and healthy for humans, because this is the low fat version.

What you’ll need:
Funfetti cake batter
Low fat/non fat cool whip or whipped topping
Plain yogurt
Low fat/non fat Vanilla Wafers
Sprinkles!!!!

Depending on how many you’ll be serving this Unicorn Breakfast/Funfetti Dip to will determine how much of each ingredient you’ll use. I typically don’t measure with this recipe so get nuts, go crazy!


Add all the above ingredients in a bowl, mix together and enjoy by dipping your wafers. And there you have it, a light and fluffy dip that’s magical and delicious!

Pro Tip: get creative for a Christmas party by adding red and green sprinkles. So festive.

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Fab Recipie: Nutella Cookies

What’s better than Nutella? Let’s be honest, not that much! Ok, maybe that’s an exaggeration, but you’ve got to admit it’s quite tasty.

After a pretty chill Sunday, and watching a few hours of the Cooking Channel, I ended up in a baking mood and wanted to bake something I’d never made before. I randomly had a taste for Nutella so I scrolled through Pinterest to find a good recipe and whipped up some Nutella cookies. If you’ve read any of my other food posts, you know I’m a firm believer in making a recipe your own, so I merged a few Nutella cookie recipes together to create my own.

Pro tip: just eyeball it, girl! Throw in however much you think is right; but below are some suggested guidelines.

Nutella – 1 cup
Brown Sugar – 2 table spoons
Vanilla – 1 teaspoon
Sugar – 1/2 cup
Egg – 1
Flour – 1 cup
Bake at 350 degrees

Mix together
Bake
Cool
Enjoy!

Pro tip 2: Don’t want to shell out almost $4 for Nutella? Walgreens carries a just-as-tasty hazelnut spread for less.

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