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Top 3 Recipes from Week 15 of the Make Bake Create Party

You guys! I am so sorry! Life has been SO crazy lately!


Well, we are getting ready to put our house on the market. What happens when you have a 50 year old house and are wanting to sell it? You have a LOT to fix up! This week, we have been working on the bathroom. Don't worry, there will be a post soon taking you through our process.

Right now, I am focusing on my top 3 picks from week 15 of the Make Bake Create party!

First up are these Skinny Key Lime Pie Pops from Keri at Shaken Together. One of my favorite flavors is Key Lime. My jaws clench just a bit just thinking about it. I am also constantly looking for healthy desserts and this is perfect! I can't wait to try these adorable pie pops!
Next are these Malted Milk Cookies from Annette at Tips from a Typical Mom. I LOVE Whoppers. Seriously, it's bad. But, I didn't always like the malt flavor. It was not until a few years ago that all changed. Now, I enjoy a chocolate malt about once a month. I plan to make these cookies VERY soon!
 I thought we needed something a bit savory to round out these awesome sweets. Lisa from Cooking with Curls shared a wonderful Hawaiian Chicken Grillers recipe. I love the combo of ham and pineapple. Add bacon and chicken and I am in Heaven! These are going on my menu for next weekend!

Thank you ALL so much for linking up last week! Be sure to link up this week and check out the Dreamsicle Jello Shaved Ice recipe that Rachel is sharing with us!

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