I have seen several different variations of this pin floating around Pinterest recently. It looked yummy and chocolatey and easy to make into a single serving dessert. It definitely proved to be all of those things. Are you ready?! Because you’re going to love it!!
First, I put a layer of mini chocolate chips into an individual loaf pan.
Then I personalized it and added a small handful of peanut butter chips.
I ripped some large marshmallows into pieces and mixed them in too, along with a splash of milk.
I put the dish in the microwave for 30 seconds at a time, stirring after each interval until the mixture was smooth.
Lastly, I broke 3 marshmallows in half, placed them on top and broiled the dish for about 2 minutes, watching closely for the marshmallows to brown.
Serve with graham crackers and enjoy!
I’ll just be over here stuffing my face.
This scarf is fun, and easy, and quick, and anyone with two arms can do it!
Yes, I’m talking about the ever pinterest popular Arm Knit Scarf. It has been pinned from a variety of places but I used this tutorial to learn as I think she does the best job explaining what to do.
The first scarf I made (took me about 45 minutes)
I have grown to love making these. I have a bunch of colors and am actually selling them on Etsy! I have a shop in which all the proceeds go for a good cause. The arm-knit scarves are benefitting a friend of mine who is trying to adopt a special needs child from India. Here are some of my scarves:
Extra Long Scarf in Barley
These scarves now take me about 25 minutes to make!
Here’s the link if you would like to check it out: etsy.com/shop/ForTheWorldChanger Check it out and help another child to find their forever home with these two cuties!