Entertaining

Hellooooooo CANDY CART! We wanted to create the perfect Halloween candy cart that’s super charming for a Halloween party! Something a little more sophisticated and enjoyable for the “older kids” (aka adults) was our motivation for this! Most of us have a bar cart of some sort, so we used one as the base for our candy […]

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The Perfect Halloween Candy Cart!
Eats & Drinks

I still have the invitation to my Kindergarten graduation with written instructions to bring a dozen of your favorite cookies. I chose my favorite peanut butter cookies and I can remember bringing the plate to class, with a giant bow in my hair. I’ve always been a fan of peanut butter cookies and have made several […]

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Loaded Peanut Butter Cookie Recipe
Entertaining

How charming are these chocolate-dipped spoons?! And they’re beyond easy to make, in just a few steps, which is why they’re easy entertaining at its best! Chocolate-dipped spoons are great for after dinner cappuccinos (they look really beautiful presented on a platter!), or for pairing with a delicious dessert. We topped them with pansies, crushed […]

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Easy Entertaining: Chocolate-Dipped Spoons
Eats & Drinks

Anytime I make a punch for a party, it always has an ice ring! These DIY ice rings you can make for party punch add such a charming, vibrant touch to the punch bowl, all while keeping the punch cold. They’re also incredibly easy to make! You just need to freeze them the night before. […]

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DIY Ice Rings for Party Punch
Holidays

             Creating a charming holiday table setting for Christmas has been a passion of mine since I was a kid! My mother would go nutty as a fruitcake, decorating the table and entire house around Christmastime, and a little of that was passed down to me, haha! It’s all about the company and the food prepared, […]

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A Charming Holiday Table Setting
Eats & Drinks

Happy National Watermelon Day! Many of you might remember this old school watermelon sherbet bombe cake recipe from your childhood! We’re bringing back this fun watermelon ice cream cake and it’s looking mighty fine! This is so incredibly easy to make, using store-bought sherbet and chocolate chunks! If you’re feeling extra productive, you can make […]

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Watermelon Sherbet Bombe Cake
Eats & Drinks

Thanks to 2 very dedicated agriculture pioneers who believed in the little blue dynamos, we’re celebrating 100 years since the first commercial blueberries were sold from farm to table! July is National Blueberry Month and being that we are almost always stocked with blueberries and it’s summertime, we’ve recreated our super popular crunch cake recipe […]

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Blueberry Crunch Icebox Cake
DIY

How amazing is this DIY Fabric Marbling technique? Fabric marbling is such a unique method and an awesome way to create a cool pattern you can somewhat control and transfer to other surfaces. We had a blast creating these cocktail and dinner napkins to use for parties or events! The process was timely, but so much […]

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DIY Fabric Marbling
Holidays

Happy 4th of July! So it wouldn’t be an American celebration without some spiked red, white & blue jello shots, right?! Haha! And since we adore our country, to be even more patriotic, we’ve made them star-shaped! These 4th of July Jello shots are really no joke when it comes to the alcohol content, so beware and […]

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Spiked Red, White & Blue Jello Shots
Entertaining

We teamed up with Tablespoon to throw a charming brunch with some easy recipes and fun decor! The gin and jam cocktail and super easy beignets are a must! Watch the video and head on over to Tablespoon for the recipes!! Cheers! Brunch Bar Recipes Mini Frittatas Lemon Poppyseed Brunch Cake Easy Beignets Gin and […]

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A Charming Brunch with Easy Beignets
Entertaining
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Cookies and Cocktail Party!
DIY

White plates are my favorite dishware staple and we use them everyday, but with this technique, you can create beautiful DIY watercolor plates that will add a pop of color to your dishware collection! You can also add this charming look to bowls, cups, platters, etc. Use any color of paint to go with your theme […]

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DIY Watercolor Plates
Eats & Drinks

I’m sure many of you have tasted Entenmann’s chocolate donuts. They sell them at most grocery stores and they have that harder, kind of waxy coating… I absolutely love them, haha! I wanted to do my own version, a little more gourmet, but with the same caky donut texture and dipped in chocolate. I used cake […]

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Baked Chocolate Donuts with Homemade Magic Shell Coating
Holidays

This year’s DIY Advent Calendar is definitely my favorite so far! These tiny wooden houses lined up on my mantle are just about the most charming Christmas decor ever! I made the advent wooden houses out of Balsa wood, which is soft and easy to cut with scissors. We created an awesome printable template so […]

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DIY Wooden Houses Advent Calendar
Eats & Drinks

This Gooey Chocolate Cherry Crock-Pot Cake is definitely going to be a Halloween tradition in our home!! Around this time a year, I keep my slow cooker on hand as it’s the best kitchen tool for yummy home-cooked meals on the fly! This gooey chocolate cherry cake recipe turned out fantastic and of course, it’s extremely […]

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Gooey Chocolate Cherry Crock-Pot Cake
DIY

In Mexico, during the Day of the Dead celebrations, sugar skulls and sugar art has been a tradition since the 17th century. They’re created from homemade sugar paste, put into molds, then decorated and placed on real gravestones to honor the return of a spirit. Day of The Dead is a beautiful and colorful celebration that […]

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How to Make Mexican Sugar Skulls
Holidays

We had to put the half gallon of apple cider we have from our apple picking adventure to good use, so Moscow Mules it is!! As much as I love a standard Moscow Mule and our popular Blueberry Moscow Mules I wanted to put a fall twist on it and this one is by far my favorite […]

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Apple Cider Moscow Mules
DIY

With baking season upon us, I thought it would be helpful to have a charming “cheat sheet” or conversion chart, as it’s called, lying around for convenience! So today we’re pleased to share our kitchen conversion chart with you all! Super handy for quick baking and cooking conversions. You can print it, frame it, place […]

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Charming Printable Kitchen Conversion Chart
Eats & Drinks

We love celebrating seasons here at Sugar and Charm and I’ve made it known that my favorite seasons are fall and winter. I love all of the activities a new season brings and for fall it means trips to the pumpkin patch, bonfires, pumpkin spice lattes and testing out seasonal recipes. I also enjoy setting […]

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The Ultimate Pumpkin Pie
Entertaining

I wanted to share 10 charming table settings to inspire your next dinner party or event. Table settings are one of my favorite things about entertaining, but I know they can be a hassle. I always tell people that setting the table doesn’t have to be extravagant… simple votives, a few flowers and one personalized […]

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10 Charming Table Settings for Your Next Party!
Be Inspired

There are so many great apps for shooting, editing and customizing iphone photos that it’s hard to keep track of them all. The standard editing ones are great, but today I’m sharing the apps we have the most fun with! From photobooth-inspired pics to an app where you actually have to wait for the pictures […]

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6 Incredibly Fun Photo Apps
Home

I’ve always been attracted to the charm a dining nook or small cafe-style table and chairs add to a kitchen. Especially if there is already a formal dining room, a kitchen nook is a great space to gather for breakfast or lunch. The nooks surrounded by large windows and comfortable bench seating are my favorite! […]

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15 Charming Kitchen Nooks
Home

There are several easy and creative ways to transform a bland backyard into a mini-oasis. Below are 10 simple ways to add a little charm to your backyard, without any major renovations! These tips for a minor backyard makeover will help create a more serene environment. And what’s better than starting the morning off outside with […]

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10 Simple Ways to Add Charm to a Backyard
Eats & Drinks

Lately, I’ve been enjoying cocktails made with tea. This Peach Tea and Rum Cocktail definitely takes the cake. It’s a “peachy” twist on an old Charleston punch recipe from 1783! Who knew hip tea cocktails have been around for so long?! We’re currently obsessed with this refreshing, lightly sweetened cocktail. We used the peach tea we bought […]

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Peach Tea and Rum Cocktail
Home

I’ve been seeing half painted (or 3/4 painted) rooms lately on Pinterest and I’m really inspired by them! It’s a cheaper option to wainscoting, but gives a similar and colorful look. And I kind of love the color on the bottom of the wall and then white on the top. I’ve been thinking about doing […]

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11 Chic Half Painted Rooms
Eats & Drinks

Hot summer days are upon us and we’ve been soaking them up with homemade popsicles! If you follow Sugar and Charm on Instagram you might have noticed us snacking on some coconut water popsicles a few weeks ago. They’re absolutely delicious and great for kids since they’re literally just coconut water (striped ones use coconut […]

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Coconut Water Fruit Popsicles
Eats & Drinks

There are a few reasons why this cake is named the Heaven and Hell Cake. First and most obvious, it tastes like heaven, but it’s also hell to make. At least that’s what I was thinking the entire time. This is definitely a cake that you would only make for a special occasion (ahem a holiday […]

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Heaven and Hell Cake Recipe
Eats & Drinks

When we go to Paradise Cove, I’m always tempted to order the pineapple mojito because they serve it in a pineapple cup and it makes me feel as if I’m on a tropical vacation. This past week I had a lonely pineapple staring at me for a few days and I was inspired by the […]

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How to Make a Toasted Coconut Pineapple Cocktail in a Pineapple Cup
Entertaining

In honor of Motherʼs Day I wanted to invite a few of my fellow mom friends over for a relaxing backyard tea party. Just a few hours without our beautiful children to chat, enjoy some delicious treats, dress up and enjoy a perfect spring morning. Usually tea parties have a stigma of being too stiff, […]

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Mother’s Day Backyard Tea Party
Home

When summer hits, many of us will be dusting off our outdoor furniture and stocking up on some new items to refresh our backyards! I had a goal to have our backyard somewhat finished by the middle of May… and that’s absolutely not happening! I’m actually at a loss as to which privacy trees and other greenery […]

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10 Beautiful Small Backyards
DIY

I’m pretty excited about today’s post! We’ve teamed up with Astrobrights Paper to create 4 simple, bright and colorful paper crafts for your next party! The possibilities are endless when creating charming party details using paper, but we thought these 4 ideas were ones that would hopefully inspire you to make your own. You really […]

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4 Colorful Paper Party Ideas
Holidays

Happy Monday! Here’s a sweet and very easy blondie recipe to start off the week! This is my favorite recipe for the best toffee chocolate chip peanut butter blondies ever! I usually make these to bring over for play dates or if we’re having company because they’re absolutely delicious, rich and moist. They’re always a […]

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Toffee Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Blondies
Eats & Drinks

My friend came over the other day and brought me a bag full of yellow grapefruit. I’m usually a pink grapefruit kind of gal, but when I tasted it, I couldn’t believe how refreshing and delicious it was! So when life gives you yellow grapefruit… make a Yellow Grapefruit Margarita, right?! This is the perfect […]

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Yellow Grapefruit Margarita Recipe
Eats & Drinks

Ever since our trip to New Orleans, I’ve been dreaming about the deep fried, fluffy, piled-high-with-sugar beignets recipe at the legendary Café Du Monde. The historical French Market has been serving up the delicious French-style beignets and coffee since 1862. Traditional New Orleans Beignets are the only food they serve, so they definitely do it […]

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Traditional New Orleans Beignets Recipe
Eats & Drinks

This Carrot Margarita recipe was inspired by the cocktail served at Flora Farm in Cabo San Lucas. I thought there is no way a margarita made with carrot juice can taste good…can’t happen. But I was shocked at how refreshing and delicious a carrot margarita is! The unique combination of carrot juice, lime, orange and […]

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Carrot Margarita Recipe
Eats & Drinks

It must be the caffeine in the tea, or maybe it’s the combination of the gin, tea and honey… whatever it is, this Earl Grey tea cocktail is an energy booster! I’ll sip on one when Zan comes home from work and I’m like an Energizer bunny until 12am. It has a very mild flavor, […]

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Earl Grey Tea Cocktail
Eats & Drinks

This cocktail has changed my mind about whiskey. Really it has! I never enjoyed sipping on any type of whiskey drink because of the strong taste, until this one. And who knows, this might be the only whisky drink I’ll sip, which I would be perfectly fine with! It’s a speakeasy, pub-style sipping cocktail. There […]

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Drunken Leprechaun
Eats & Drinks

Sparkling wine alone is delicious, but I prefer it in a cocktail! With the Oscars this Sunday, I pulled together 15 of the most beautiful cocktails using bubbly! The sophistication of Champagne and sparkling wine makes them a perfect pairing for an Oscar party. Not only will your guests be swooning over Leo, but also […]

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15 Fabulous Sparkling Cocktails
Eats & Drinks

Every day and every breath is a gift, so why not celebrate and eat fudge?! And with this fudge recipe, making it has never been so easy. There are only 5 ingredients in this raspberry marble fudge… well, not including water. That doesn’t count right? And it only takes about 10 minutes to make. The […]

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5 Ingredient Raspberry Marble Fudge Recipe
Eats & Drinks

You guys are going to love these ginger cocktail recipes and homemade ginger syrup! It’s incredibly easy to make the syrup and extremely versatile when it comes to mixing hand-crafted ginger cocktails. It also makes an awesome gift to give to friends and we’ve provided a printable download to use as tags or sticker labels. Now […]

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Homemade Ginger Syrup & Ginger Cocktail Recipes
Eats & Drinks

You’re gonna go bananas over this cake! When we were visiting Zan’s family over the holidays, his mom told me about a Butterfinger banana cake she’s been making for the boys since they were kids. Zan always raved about it with fond childhood memories. Thankfully she parted with the recipe : ) The unique combination of […]

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Butterfinger Banana Cake
DIY

If you follow me on Instagram, you know I painted one wall in my dining room with chalkboard paint. I was hesitant at first, but then decided to do it because, my goodness, it’s only paint! I like the color and texture of chalk paint and I absolutely love the entire wall black. The dilemma […]

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Transferring Type and Logos to a Chalkboard Wall
Holidays

Alright, it’s been about 85 degrees in LA the past week, but on the day I made these there were clouds in the sky and fall was in the air. I think it was a sign that my hot chocolate on a stick would turn out delicious! And since it’s freezing here at night, we […]

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Hot Chocolate on a Stick Recipe
Holidays

Let’s start this off by Zan’s reaction to the pie, “it’s by far the best pecan pie recipe I’ve ever tasted.” Yup, he really said that and I don’t get that reaction too often. And the men who were helping out with our yard devoured 2 jars each. I could tell they wanted more, but […]

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The Best Brown Butter Rum Pecan Pie Recipe Ever!
Eats & Drinks

Hellooo Friday! It’s the weekend before Halloween, which means major party time for many of you. You’ll be happy to know that I have the BEST sangria recipe ever for Halloween! I call it the Black Sangria and the name says it all! A sangria made with blackberries, black plums, black grapes and Apothic Dark […]

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Black Sangria Recipe
Travel

Last week Zan and I escaped to New Orleans for a few days. After hearing it has some of the best food, amazing jazz bars, baby alligators that you can hold and it’s Britney Spear’s home state, I knew I had to go ; ) We got  some delicious recommendations for restaurants from ex-New Orleaners, […]

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New Orleans Travel Diaries
Eats & Drinks

I was excited when Better Homes and Gardens invited me to try  the new line of dishware they sell at Walmart. Since I have a set of round white dishes, I chose some modern, but classic square dishes in white. They’re extremely durable, beautiful porcelain dishes and a 16-piece set is only $39! I wanted to […]

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Sweet Mornings – The Best Frittata Recipe Ever!
DIY

In honor of all the Labor Day BBQs that are going down this weekend, we’ve created DIY tiki torches out of classic American liquor bottles. I originally spotted this idea at my friend Todd’s fiesta party and being the party enthusiast I am, it was a “tell me how you did that right now or […]

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DIY Tiki Torch Bottles
Entertaining

We’re proud to present Sugar and Charm’s party buying guide! It’s an excellent resource for buying party essentials like drinks and snacks for entertaining up to 24 guests! If you ever need to know how much liquor or bite-sized desserts to buy, this guide will be your best friend. Be sure to Pin it so […]

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Party Buying Guide
Eats & Drinks

I’ve made Moscow Mules several times and they’re always a hit and very refreshing. I also like that they’re extremely easy to make (we love simple around here!) and a multi-seasonal  cocktail. Moscow Mules are a great drink to sip on while relaxing by the lake during the summer months and the ginger vibe makes […]

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Blueberry Moscow Mules
Eats & Drinks

Happy Monday! I know you all enjoyed the first weekend of summer, yay! With a plethora of lemons that grow around here I’m always thinking of different ways I can use my favorite homemade lemonade recipe. This time I gave it the ultimate summer twist and spruced it up by adding fresh, puréed watermelon juice […]

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Watermelon Lemonade Recipe
Eats & Drinks

I love sipping on a good margarita when it’s a beautiful, sunny day, but sometimes margaritas can be a pain to make because of all the ingredients. There’s also an art to making a good one, as they tend to be  either too sweet or too sour. So I simplified the margarita and just added […]

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Lemonade Margarita
Eats & Drinks

When we were in Turks and Caicos this past Christmas we learned how to make the Island’s signature drink recipe — a Rum Punch. We made them a few times everyday in our villa and ordered some when we hung out on the beach. I fell in love with the beauty of this cocktail and […]

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Turks and Caicos Rum Punch Recipe
DIY

“I want my geese to lay gold eggs for easter!” Just like Veruca Salt, I wanted a few gold eggs for Easter, so I made it happen with some beautiful gold leaf. For my gold leaf Easter eggs, I created the world on an egg, a golden bunny and a simple heart. The heart was made […]

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Gold Leaf Easter Eggs!
Eats & Drinks

After having the incredible lemon ricotta pancakes at Plow in San Francisco, I was determined to come home and make some! The pancakes at Plow had a strong lemon taste, which I loved, so I knew I must  not be shy with the lemon juice! I think I got them pretty lemony! It was Zan’s […]

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Sweet Mornings – Lemon Ricotta Pancakes with Homemade Ricotta
Holidays

I usually make these cookies around the holidays, but as the years go on I’m learning that they’re actually a terrific year-round chocolate cookie! By far they are my most requested cookie to make because of their fudgy-chocolately-cherry deliciousness : ) Zan is obsessed. One of his friends/co-workers, TJ, surprised us with a jar of […]

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My Favorite Chocolate Cherry Cookies
Holidays

I’ve eaten a lot of brownies in my life (is that such a bad thing?) and I can honestly say these salted caramel brownies are absolutely amazing! I adapted the recipe from the famous Baked brownie, so it’s no wonder they’re delicious! These are super rich, like can’t-drink-without-milk rich, and very moist. I like them […]

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Salted Caramel Brownies Adapted from Baked
Eats & Drinks

I first tried this vanilla bean panna cotta recipe when our close friend Todd made it for us on New Year’s and I knew I needed to make it and share the recipe with you all! It’s a creamy, super smooth vanilla bean custard that melts in your mouth. What I love about it is […]

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The Best Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta Recipe
Eats & Drinks

What better way to celebrate an anniversary than peanut butter caramel cheesecake?! Today is our four year wedding anniversary! When I think back on that day, I can’t believe four years have passed. I can honestly remember every detail like it was yesterday. Zan is an amazing husband and it’s been incredible to see him […]

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Peanut Butter, Caramel Cheesecake to Celebrate 4 Years of Marriage
Eats & Drinks

Mini fondant pumpkin pies on top of pumpkin cupcakes! How much do you just want to gobble one of these down? I had to make them after seeing it here. That little piece of pie is edible if you like fondant, if you don’t (I’m actually not a huge fan, but I love to work […]

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Oh, Hey Little Slice of Fondant Pumpkin Pie
Holidays

I truly enjoyed this drink for days and it is my beloved cocktail for fall. Not only was the cocktail incredible, but the process of making homemade apple cider was so much fun! The apples boiling in the pot with fall spices made the house smell so incredible. I couldn’t help but smile the whole […]

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The Best Homemade Apple Cider Cocktail Ever!
Eats & Drinks

Jolly Rancher punch? Oh yes. I made this last year for our Halloween party and not only was it a total hit, but it was super easy to make! And it tastes like a yummy Jolly Rancher, but not as sweet… I obviously prefer a handcrafted and muddled cocktail, but when you’re hosting a party […]

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Spiked Jolly Rancher Punch
Eats & Drinks

Banana breakfast sandwiches – yum! As expressed in a previous post, I’m telling you again that I really love Tyler Florence’s baby food book, Start Fresh, because that’s exactly where I got this recipe!! The book is not just about purees… it also features recipes for the whole family too : ) There was no stopping […]

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Sweet Mornings – Banana Breakfast Sandwiches
Eats & Drinks

I was browsing through my very adored and cherished Martha Stewart magazine they so generously give Sugar and Charm every month and I spotted this DELICIOUS recipe. A few things I love about these pancakes… first, I love anything made in mini cast iron skillets. It just seems to add rustic charm to a recipe and it […]

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Sweet Mornings – Blueberry Dutch Pancakes
Eats & Drinks

These are called french toast puffs and they’re the most delicious version of french toast ever! A crispy and crunchy outside with a soft, almost doughy like, puff inside. Seriously amazing! See below the pics for the recipe. I’ve been contemplating starting a “Sweet Mornings” Monday breakfast series on Sugar and Charm, featuring some really […]

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Sweet Mornings – French Toast Puffs
DIY

I saw this idea on Martha’s website and I had to make my own mini terra-cotta votives! Aren’t they adorable for fall entertaining?! You can make any size (even really large!) and add any scent to them. I think extra large ones would be a nice touch placed in the middle of a table or the small […]

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diy terracotta votives
Eats & Drinks

Strawberry Crunch Icebox Cake The end of summer is upon us and Labor Day is right around the corner. Time to get the red, white and blue out for one more summer BBQ. I made this Strawberry Crunch Icebox Cake for General Mill’s blog and thought I would share it on here since it’s the […]

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Strawberry Crunch Icebox Cake
DIY

We make it so easy for people when we just hand them gift money in a card… Don’t you think they should work for it a little more? The answer is Money Balloons!! The enjoyment of trapping money inside a balloon full of confetti will never get old. It’s fun to watch the recipient get […]

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Money Balloons
Eats & Drinks

Last week I made three cocktails for Style Me Pretty and Macy’s. I wanted to share my favorite one with you… the Honey Citrus cocktail. It’s fresh squeezed grapefruit juice and orange juice, with Skyy Infused Dragon Fruit vodka and lightly sweetened with honey! I also added a sugared rim to dress it up ; ) There […]

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Honey Citrus Cocktail
Eats & Drinks

I’ve been wanting to make a pie in these 4 ounce mason jars I have laying around. With Easter only a few weeks away, I thought a Lemon Honey Meringue Pie would be perfect for the holiday! They look absolutely adorable in the individual jars! I told Zan I think more restaurants should serve them […]

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Mini Lemon Honey Meringue Pies
Eats & Drinks

It’s been one of those weeks! Sorry I haven’t posted too much, but I’ve been doing really fun things like organizing our new apartment (since we moved two weeks ago), preparing our documents for taxes (worst day ever, but it has to get done!) and growing a baby! It’s been a little crazy over here. The good […]

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Lavender Mojito
Eats & Drinks

I did it – I finally made a candy bar! I’ve been wanting to do this for awhile, but never got around to it. So while I was home taking care of a sick hubby I put a few hours in the kitchen and whipped up some of these homemade Snickers bars. And I have […]

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Homemade Snickers Bar Recipe
Eats & Drinks

Okay, I know this red velvet cheesecake is totally overboard, a caloric craziness and a lot of time in the making, but it tastes OH SO GOOD!!! It consists of an original cheesecake with a buttery graham cracker crust, a moist layer of red velvet cake on top and it’s all coated in a light […]

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Red Velvet Cheesecake
Holidays

Growing up, these Italian sodas were my favorite!! My mom and I would always stop by a little coffee shack on our road trips to Oregon. I remember ordering the blueberry Italian soda in the summer instead of ice cream because they were so refreshing. I hadn’t had one of these since I was a […]

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Italian Sodas
Eats & Drinks

I was reading the magazine Edible Santa Barbara the other day and I came across the best two-page advertisement I’ve ever seen. It was for St-Germain and inside the magazine they provided card stock tear-outs of vintage postcards with a cocktail recipe on the back, three AMAZING St-Germain summer drink recipes and a guide to Artistic Expression… […]

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Summer Drink Recipes from St-Germain
Eats & Drinks

I love the idea of infusing sugar! The wonderful uses of infused sugars are endless. You can use the citrus or lavender sugar in a poundcake or sugar cookie recipe to add a hint of flavor or simply place a teaspoon in your coffee (think espresso bean-infused!) or when mixing a cocktail. It can also […]

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Infusing Sugar
Eats & Drinks

Butter-less chocolate chip cookies, what else can I say? I conducted an experiment last night… I tried making chocolate chip cookies without using butter. Why? Because most of the time when I use all butter in my cookie recipe, they turn out flat and cake-like. I thought about all the different fats I could use […]

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Butter-less Chocolate Chip Cookies
DIY

We’re loving these Anthro-inspired zinc letters! Kristin, a very lovely Charmer, sent over this easy and affordable craft project. We’ve all seen the silver letters at Anthropologie and other darling stores, but it’s so easy to make your own for a fraction of the cost! Kristin bought seven letters for less than the price of […]

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Anthro-style Zinc Inspired Letters
DIY

Enamel painted vases – I’m in love! If you like to paint, I have a really fun project to share today! My inspiration for these easy DIY enamel painted vases came from a restaurant in Sonoma called El Dorado Kitchen. I’ve always loved the fresh, modern design of the lobby and the eye-catching green and white enamel […]

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Enamel Painted Vases – Easy and Beautiful!
Holidays

These Roly Poly Santa Cookies are the cutest of the cookie bunch! They’re buttery and delicious and you’ll almost feel bad for eating their legs and head, but you won’t regret it once you have a taste! Below is the recipe to make these little guys and you can find a video here! Enjoy!   Roly Poly […]

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Ho, Ho, Ho! Roly-Poly Santa Cookie Recipe

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