Thursday, January 15, 2015

Six Recipes for Two Ingredient Fudge

I wish I wasn't writing this post. And you should wish you weren't reading it. Because all of these fudge recipes are delicious and easy to make. And totally unhealthy.

So let's pretend all this fudge is not for you, it's for the next time you have to bring something last minute to a neighborhood party, and need something really easy to make.

Oh and did I mention all of these fudge recipes are made with just two ingredients?

Six Recipes for Two Ingredient Fudge

Chocolate Fudge - chocolate chips and condensed milk {from Snail Pace Transformations}

Maple Fudge - maple syrup and whipping cream -- add walnuts if you want, but then it's three ingredients {from Food.com}

Mint Fudge - Andes Candies and chocolate frosting {from One Sweet Appetite}

Peanut Butter Fudge -  almond bark and peanut butter {from Six Sisters' Stuff}

Strawberry Fudge -  strawberry frosting and white chocolate {from Spend with Pennies}

Traditional Fudge - chocolate chips and chocolate frosting {from Betty Crocker}

I just read that Nutella can be substituted for chocolate chips, so looks like I'm making two ingredient Nutella fudge, I'll let you know how it turns out!

Do you have a favorite two ingredient recipe? Let me know in the comments!

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

What Do Martin Luther King, Jr. and Penguins Have in Common?

This post is from last year in case the MLK Jr. date in the photo is causing confusion. MLK, Jr. Day is Jan. 19 this year. Penguin Awareness Day is always January 20.

This Monday is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

I'm guessing this is not a surprise to you.

But did you also know that this Monday is Penguin Awareness Day?

I'm guessing this one is more likely to come as a surprise to you, unless your child attends school with my children, in which case you know that Monday is in fact this important dual holiday because you also have this calendar from the school hanging on your refrigerator:




And if you also have this calendar I am guessing you share at least some of the same thoughts as me:

- Why out of the many holidays celebrated in January are New Year's Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Penguin Awareness Day the only ones singled out in the school calendar? It should be noted that Penguin Awareness Day is always on January 20, whereas Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is always the third Monday in January, so these two won't meet again until 2020.

- Squirrel Awareness Day is January 21. Not only is it not featured this year, but more importantly, when it overlapped last year with Martin Luther King Day it still didn't get a shout-out on the school calendar. If this isn't a blatant case of  anti-Squirrel-ism, I don't know what is.

- Who in the school office approved inclusion of Penquin Awareness Day? Is there a secret penguin bias at the elementary school I don't know about? Is this why my daughter never gets an A in social studies?

- Is it not just a little disrespectful to make the great Martin Luther King, Jr. share his calendar square with the penguins? Or, would he be the first to gladly include the penguins, and one would presume, the squirrels as well?

What do you think? Are the three main holidays in January: New Year's Day, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Penguin Awareness Day? Or should Old Rock Day (January 7), Houseplant Appreciation Day (January 10), Winnie the Pooh Day (January 18) and Backward Day (January 31) also be recognized?


Should I start a petition to send to the school? Who's with me?



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