Sunday, August 17, 2014

Butterfinger Brownies

I am all about quick and easy desserts!  I mean, I love baking cookies or muffins, but sometimes that just seems like too much work.  On occasion, I want little effort and minimal clean up.  Like on a school night.

I sound so lame.

On a school night.

But seriously.


Pinterest to the rescue again!  Who knew chopping up a Butterfinger candy bar and adding it to a brownie mix could result in a perfect quick go-to dessert?

So brilliant!  So simple!  

Butterfinger Brownies
(original source)

1 box of brownie mix (16 to 22 oz.)*
2 Butterfinger candy bars (2.1 oz.)

*You will also need the ingredients the brownie mix calls for.

Follow directions on brownie packaging for preheating the oven, greasing the pan, and mixing the brownie batter.  Chop the Butterfinger bars and stir into batter.  Pour batter into pan, and bake as directed on packaging!  Cool completely before cutting!

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Quick to make.  Easy to clean up.  So tasty.  I bet other candy bars would work too! 

Snickers will be my next experiment......

Linking up with:   The Chicken Chick, Inspire Me Please and....

Make-Ahead Meals for Busy Momsstill being molly

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Thrifting Frenzy

The last days of summer thrifting were great!!!  I added lots of goodies to my stash.  The question now is, as always, keep or sell?

I think it's keep one, sell one in this situation......

Remember life rule #17 is to never leave a vintage, metal table behind.

Train cases should never be left behind either........

These sell so well, that I'll probably part with this one.

I've also already parted with a few of these items.......

You can be sure though that those pillows are going nowhere (for the moment).

But now for the crown jewels..........

Um, mid century lamp perfection!  And my first ever vintage swimsuit find.  The lamp works.  The swimsuit was new-old-stock-never-been-worn and it's my size.

How in the world could I put these in the booth when I love them so much?

That would be an injustice.

still being [molly]