Easy Baked Hard Boiled Eggs In The Oven

Easy Baked Hard Boiled eggs in oven

Did you know you can bake your eggs instead of boiling them? Who knew? So recently I have seen some things popping up on pinterest so I googled it and saw Easy Baked Hard Boiled Eggs in the Oven. I did see a post that said it didn't work, so I thought, I need to try this and see how Easy it is. This post is part of the Ultimate Blog Challenge. Check out yesterdays post on Easy Oreo Cookie Pops.   All you need is a mini cupcake baking tin, eggs and an oven. Voila. It's that easy. Preheat the oven to 325 degrees. Place the eggs in the tin on their sides. Bake in the oven for 30 minutes. Take out of the oven and put eggs in bowl of ice water to cool with tongs. Replace ice as needed at least 10 minutes. Then peel or decorate for Easter. Disclaimer: Try this first with just a few eggs. You may have to bake once for 25 minutes and then again for 30 minutes and see which ones come out best. It all depends on your oven and altitude. The eggs come out of the … [Continue]

Oreo Cookie Pops

Oreo Cookie Pops

Who doesn't like Oreos? They are crazy cookies, not healthy, but definitely addicting.  Add a chocolate coating on them and put a stick in it and you have yourself a new obsession. Oreo Cookie Pops. This last week, I made some using Wilton Candy Melts and Wilton Lollipop Sticks. It was super easy. This post is part of the Ultimate Blog Challenge. Here is my last post on Easter Cupcakes.   Just get your favorite OREOS and some parchment paper and  candy melts. You can use any kind of coating even chocolate chips.  Heat up the candy melts at 30 second intervals in the microwave.   Take your cookies and carefully open them trying not to break them. Add a little of the melted chocolate to the tip of the stick and push it into the middle of the cookie and place the top cookie back together. This glues the stick inside the cookie. Then you can dip the cookie either fully or half way. I did both so you can see the difference. Make sure you let the excess drip off the … [Continue]

Easter Cupcakes

Easter dessert cupcake collage

As I said before, I love Spring and Easter Time. Everything about it is so refreshing. From the birds singing to the later nights, all the fruits that come in season, it just makes me happy. So to celebrate this happy time, I am sharing some cupcakes for the season. This post is part of the Ultimate Blog Challenge and here is yesterdays post on … [Continue]

My Favorite Quotes for Cupcakes

Favorite cupcake quotes and signs

  Don't you just love some of the cute cards from some cards,  that show up on facebook and twitter? I have found a few that I love. This post is from the Ultimate Blog Challenge and here is yesterdays post on Alice in Wonderland Tea Party ideas. I hope you enjoy these, I know there are many more, but I could end up on social … [Continue]

Alice in Wonderland Tea Party Tips

Do you love tea parties? Do you struggle to find great themes for your tea parties? How about an Alice in Wonderland Tea Party? I purchased this book, Taking Tea with Alice,[amazon template=image&asin=0446911739]  years ago and it has all kinds of fun ideas for your next tea, including food and drinks. Then I came across this cute Alice in … [Continue]

Key Lime Cupcakes filled with Key Lime

Key Lime Cupcake on plate by A day in Candiland.com

You can say I'm crazy about Key Lime Cupcakes, they are so tangy. I'm a citrus nut I guess.  I recently posted about Key Lime Curd and this is what I filled they little treasures with. Spring is the perfect time of year for these cupcakes, you should find plenty of citrus to use. These gems are perfect for your next tea party. I like to use mini … [Continue]