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Half way through the week guys🙌🏽 Tomorrow is my Friday and I am seriously looking forward to a weekend getaway, it’s been a busy week thanks to all our loyal clients placing orders... you are all so appreciated💛 Any how, can we just talk about adorable baby Vivian looks?! This doll face is wearing our Butter Pecan bell bottom overalls and I loveeee how her mama styled them😍 I have restocked a few in all the sizes available because these have been super popular and are seriously the cutest so make sure to grab one if you haven’t already babes!🌻
Wednesdays are for the wild ones! We’re midway through the week (when the kiddos tend to get a little stir crazy). Get our “Wild Child” tee in the shop and celebrate that “spirited” child in your household. 😜 (photo by: @mymotherhood.life) #wildchild
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🍰It's National Pie Day! Here's a yummy recipe you can make with your kiddos. Chocolate Peanut Butter Pies...yum!
5 oz. package of Chocolate Jell-O Cook & Serve Pudding
3 c. Milk
¾ c. Planters Peanut Butter
8 oz. container Cool Whip
1 oz. Baker's Semi Sweet Chocolate
12 Mini Pre-made Graham Cracker Crusts (or 1 standard sized crust)
Whisk milk and Jell-O pudding together and heat on medium heat until it comes to a full boil. You will need to stir it constantly so that it doesn't stick to the bottom and burn.
When it reaches the boiling point, remove it from the heat and stir in ¾ c. Planters Peanut Butter.
(Tip: for easily removing peanut butter from your measuring cup, try lining your measuring cups with plastic wrap. You can easily turn the peanut butter out!)
Let the mixture set for 5 minutes, and stir thoroughly.
Pour approximately ¼ cup pie filling into each pie crust and cool. About 30 minutes in the frig should do it - allow more time if you're making a large pie.
Top each pie with about 2 Tbsp. of Cool Whip. (Tip: for a "prettier" spoonful of Cool Whip, put it all into a quart size plastic zipper bag. Seal the bag shut, cut a 1-inch corner off the bag, and squeeze gently to pipe it onto the pies!)