2013-06-26

WW: Rainbow Recipes (CLICK LINK for recipes)








http://wildwonderfulgingerssnaps.blogspot.com/2013/06/guest-blogger-week-day-4comfytown.html

13 comments:

  1. I'm saying this counts for WORDLESS WEDNESDAY because I didn't TYPE any words. There is a PICTURE of words, and a LINK. NO WORDS were typed in the making of this post! NAILED IT :)

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  2. Happy Pride! I always suspect that rainbow food looks better than it tastes.

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    1. hahaha you're right IF you use artificial food coloring, that is why I felt the need to post the recipes! I use some fruit and just a LITTLE BIT of food coloring (blue) so it does not taste like cancer. There is a also a link to Nature's Flavors all natural food coloring, also does not taste like plastic food.

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  3. Hey there! Just wanted to say thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment on my Are your kids driving you nuts post :o) I know what you mean about the drama queen thing! Alivia makes a big deal about things that I do for her like pouring her cereal when she wanted to do it. I'm not a friggin' mind reader :o) Kids are crazy sometimes!

    - croppedstories@gmail.com

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  4. Those Jell-O shots looks awesome!

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    1. They ARE! And believe it or not, too much booze is actually BAD with those, ya never thought you would hear me say THAT did ya?? :)

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  5. New follower via I Am Eve hop!
    Love the rainbow post! TFS

    Pam
    @ www.pjstreasures.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks for stopping by. I can't wait to check out your blog!

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  6. So much crazy rainbow stuff! That layered jello is crazy. I wonder if that took a while to make.

    Natashalh

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    1. The Jello DOES take forever, you have to wait for the layer to solidify a little before you pour the next layer on top, otherwise you get a big glass of mud! My son loved making it though when he was younger.

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  7. I love looking at rainbow foods, although not a fan of eating them (too much food colouring). Happy Pride :)

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    1. That is EXACTLY what the blog post is about. Using fruit/food to get the colors without the taste of plastic!

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