Fresh Spring decor picks
I am so happy that it is officially Spring! Spring is definitely the happiest time for me. I just love the energy of the season. I have the boy's 7th and 4th birthdays coming up as well as my own(28th). I love planning parties especially for my kids! As of right now we have a Pirate themed and a Candy land party theme in mind. Cole is obsessed with playing Candy land ,but he is a bit on the indecisive side (probably inherited from me). Which is fitting because our birthdays are only 5 days apart. ♥
I love this floral but it is a little costly. I ordered it on a gloomy winter day in a moment of weakness.
It is definitely high quality and well made though. My son has knocked it out of my living room window onto the hard floor at least twice without it being harmed.(I have since moved it though just in case!) You may be better off checking out what Home Goods or Marshalls has in store to save some cash.
I am in love with this wall paper, but I am not very efficient at putting it up. In fact I'm guilty of wrecking some pretty expensive paper... I wonder if I could DIY a similar inspired pattern with a gold paint pen on just one wall. My to do list is never ending lol.
Now that Spring is almost upon us I am attempting to post some lighter recipes. These quesadillas are one of my favorites. It took a few tries but I finally perfected them. This is an easy and scrumptious meal. They can be served alone for lunch, or add a side dish and you've got an easy weeknight dinner. I like to serve mine with Alexia's Onion rings. They would be great with a side of fries or potato skins.
I chopped the veggies coarsley You don't want to cut them too small!
Shredded cheddar cheese
Margarine or some type of oil(olive,coconut,etc)
Herbamare Amazing organic seasoning( Sea salt infused with herbs and veggies)
Sour cream optional
1. Saute your veggies in a pan with olive oil. (Season with Herbamare)
If you don't have Herbamare just use sea salt and a bit of garlic powder.
I definitely recommend you try it though(Herbamare) It makes the BEST roasted vegetables ever.
2. Place a small pat of margarine or apply a thin layer of oil to one side of your tomato wrap then place(oil side down on a tin foil lined pan.
3 Sprinkle a thin layer of cheddar cheese over the wrap.
4. Add a generous serving of sauteed veggies.
5. Top with a thin layer of mozzarella.
6.Place another wrap over top and a tiny bit of oil or margarine on top.
7 Bake in a 350 degree oven 9- 10 minutes (Keep an eye on them)
8.Flip over cook an additional 2-3 minutes
When they appear to be crisp and the cheese is melted remove from the oven.
Use a pizza cutter to cut into 6-8 pieces and serve with a side of sour cream or fresh salsa.
Note: You may cook your quesadillas in a pan as you would a grilled cheese if you prefer.
I just find baking them easier.(You can make more than one at a time that way.
If you didn't stop by yesterday scroll down and check out our little rainbow pinata cake we made for St Patty's day! Inspired by pinterest of course!