Hello friends!

Have you tried making zoodles yet? I love making zoodles!! I feel so much better when I eat heaping amounts of vegetables and add fresh herbs from the garden. I’m an amateur gardener at best! My glorious vision of winter crops was semi realized this year🎉🎉. I grew my first heads of cabbage and broccoli. Who knew? Broccoli could produce such beautiful flowers?

Anyways.. Back to zoodles! If you haven’t tried making them I recommend picking a Pinterest recipe of choice and experimenting in the kitchen.

Cooking is an ART form all it own, so remember to have FUN!


P.S. What’s your favorite dish to cook at home? Inspire Me?😁🎉

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Create A Honey Tea Stir Stick


On a trip to Cracker Barrel for breakfast I discovered this honey stir stick


and was suddenly inspired to make some of my own. After all, I prefer to avoid corn syrup when possible and this would be the perfect addition to some  fall packages for my  friends and family.

Making these sticks IS INCREDIBLY EASY! however, my first attempt was an EPIC FAIL..because I followed some bad bloggy instructions. Nevermind that though! I’m going to share with you the EASY! and FUN! way 🙂

You will need some Honey. GLORIOUS GOLDEN HONEY..I know a local beekeeper and so I went with a local honey which is rich and full of flavor.


Place some honey in a saucepan and heat it on medium heat till your candy thermometer reads 300 degrees which takes about 15-20 minutes. You can  start by heating just 1 cup of honey which can yield about 16-24 sticks depending on size.. mine are about 1.5 inches.  Make sure to stir the honey frequently this will keep it from boiling over. Once your honey reaches 300 degrees let it cool for 2-3 three minutes. By letting the honey cool  it makes it easier to drizzle the honey in a circular motion over the lolli sticks.


And it is that SIMPLE! heat, stir, drizzle, and VOILA! ENJOY! you can decorate the sticks with craft stickers and wrap.. that’s the FUN part! and the BEST PART is You can pick your favorite tea or coffee and share with a friend. AFTER ALL NOTHING SAYS FRIENDSHIP LIKE TEA & FUZZY SOCKS 😀

Stay Creative ❤

P.S. If you are worried about the honey destroying your pan… don’t freak out.. I used a non stick saucepan and once I was done making the lolli’s I added some water to the pan and reheated it for a few doing this the honey cleaned out of the pan with no problems..

Cheers! RR.