"As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another!" 1 Peter 4:10    Click on this picture!  It will take you to Jessie's web site by minnie
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minnie "As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another!" 1 Peter 4:10 Click on this picture! It will take you to Jessie's web site
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Skip the Frosting Cupcakes. Click on picture on top right of page to take you to the tutorial. She has other darling ways to use the Marshmellows. by nadia
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nadia Skip the Frosting Cupcakes. Click on picture on top right of page to take you to the tutorial. She has other darling ways to use the Marshmellows.
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Step 1: Make Anchor Chart (I think I only create about 10...per day!)  Step 2: Take a Picture of Each Chart that You Make (or at least the ones that you think your kiddos may need to see again/hold valuable information)  Step 3: Print out the picture and make a copy for each student  Step 4: Have the students glue the picture of the anchor chart in their by nadine
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nadine Step 1: Make Anchor Chart (I think I only create about 10...per day!) Step 2: Take a Picture of Each Chart that You Make (or at least the ones that you think your kiddos may need to see again/hold valuable information) Step 3: Print out the picture and make a copy for each student Step 4: Have the students glue the picture of the anchor chart in their
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This is a PVC plant light stand which you can make yourself. This plant stand has 3 shelves. One could be made with only 2 shelves if you are not starting that many seedlings. Each shelf will hold 4 standard (10" x 20") nursery flats. Cost to construct this unit is approximately $100 to $120 including the flourescent shop lights, but no shelving material. This unit is narrow enough that you can use the nursery flats to hold your plants and so no shelves are actually needed. by Kim Paige
Kim Paige
Kim Paige This is a PVC plant light stand which you can make yourself. This plant stand has 3 shelves. One could be made with only 2 shelves if you are not starting that many seedlings. Each shelf will hold 4 standard (10" x 20") nursery flats. Cost to construct this unit is approximately $100 to $120 including the flourescent shop lights, but no shelving material. This unit is narrow enough that you can use the nursery flats to hold your plants and so no shelves are actually needed.
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1. Drink one glass of water every hour. It will make you feel full. 2. Drink ice cold water. Your body will burn calories just getting the water to a normal temperature to digest. Also it is great for your complexion. 3. Drink 3 cups of green tea daily. It will help boost your metabolism, plus its anti-oxidants make your skin look great. 4. Take vitamins daily. Do not take vitamins on an empty stomache, otherwise they have nothing to catalyze with. 5. Eat ice or gum when hungry. This will make your body think it had food without the calories. 6. Eat spicy foods. They raise your metabolism. 7. Take cold showers because your body will burn calories to heat you back up. 8. Brush your teeth so you won’t be tempted to eat afterwards. 9. Wear a rubberband around your wrist. Snap it when you want to eat. 10. Use smaller plates and utensils so it seems like you ate more. 11. Chew each bite of food thoroughly and then take a sip of water between bites. You will feel full quicker and will not eat as much. 12. Sleep at least six hours a day. If you get less than six this can lower your metabolism by 15%. 13. If you start to feel hungry do sit ups. 14. Pamper yourself! Give yourself a facial, paint your nails, anything to make you feel pretty. 15. Keep track of everything you eat to manage your weight better. 16. Keep good posture, burns 10% more calories when you sit up straight. 17. Make a list of all the “bad” foods that you crave and tend to binge on. Each day, pick one to take out of your diet that you cannot eat again. Take one off the list each day until there are no more bad foods you can have. 17. Avoid alcohol! A shot of liquor has 100-120 calories, a glass of wine has 80 calories, a lite beer has 110-120 calories, and a regular beer has 140-170 calories. 18. Avoid eating anything bigger than about a cup, your stomach will expand and then you’ll get hungry more. 19. The smell of coffee is thought to supress appetite. 20. Wear applied lip gloss. It makes you more aware of what’s going in your mouth. Also, flavored ones may help with cravings. 21. Have 6 small meals a day. 22. Low calorie hot chocolate curbs chocolate cravings, and makes you feel full. 23. Take a picture of yourself wearing a bathing suit or something equally important to you, look at it before you want to eat. 24. It takes 20 minutes for the brain to realize the stomach is full. 25. Eat lots of fiber. It makes you feel full and takes fat with it out of your body. The natural cleansing helps improve both your energy level and overall feeling of wellness. 26. Before you dig into that cake, bag of chips, candy, or whatever, take a deep breath and count to 100. Usually by the time you get to 100 you will have coninced yourself that you don’t really want it. 27. Celery actually burns calories. Every hour eat a stalk of it. Not only will it fill you up, but it will also get your metabolism kickin’. 28. Read the nutritional information. Remember, fat-free does not mean calorie-free. 29. Keep an eye on fiber content. Get as much fiber into your diet as you can, while cutting fat and calories. 30. Don’t eat a lot at once. Spread your food throughout the day. This will help to avoid binging and keep your metabolism going. 31. Avoid alchohol. 32. Do not eat in front of the computer or TV. This distracts you from recognizing you’re full. 33. Stay away from Slim-fast and other so-called “healthy” candy bars and shakes… one look at the nutition facts will tell you why. Save yourself the money, and the calories. Buy yourself some flowers instead -- they make you happy. 34. When having cravings try drinking a tall, icy glass of water with slices of lemons or oranges -- sometimes what you think is hunger is really thirst. 35. Remember, an occasional binge doesn’t hurt, in fact it’s quite beneficial if you have reached a plateau (stopped losing weight). Just don’t binge too regularly! and finally, 36. Love and respect yourself and your body. by Annika.L
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Annika.L 1. Drink one glass of water every hour. It will make you feel full. 2. Drink ice cold water. Your body will burn calories just getting the water to a normal temperature to digest. Also it is great for your complexion. 3. Drink 3 cups of green tea daily. It will help boost your metabolism, plus its anti-oxidants make your skin look great. 4. Take vitamins daily. Do not take vitamins on an empty stomache, otherwise they have nothing to catalyze with. 5. Eat ice or gum when hungry. This will make your body think it had food without the calories. 6. Eat spicy foods. They raise your metabolism. 7. Take cold showers because your body will burn calories to heat you back up. 8. Brush your teeth so you won’t be tempted to eat afterwards. 9. Wear a rubberband around your wrist. Snap it when you want to eat. 10. Use smaller plates and utensils so it seems like you ate more. 11. Chew each bite of food thoroughly and then take a sip of water between bites. You will feel full quicker and will not eat as much. 12. Sleep at least six hours a day. If you get less than six this can lower your metabolism by 15%. 13. If you start to feel hungry do sit ups. 14. Pamper yourself! Give yourself a facial, paint your nails, anything to make you feel pretty. 15. Keep track of everything you eat to manage your weight better. 16. Keep good posture, burns 10% more calories when you sit up straight. 17. Make a list of all the “bad” foods that you crave and tend to binge on. Each day, pick one to take out of your diet that you cannot eat again. Take one off the list each day until there are no more bad foods you can have. 17. Avoid alcohol! A shot of liquor has 100-120 calories, a glass of wine has 80 calories, a lite beer has 110-120 calories, and a regular beer has 140-170 calories. 18. Avoid eating anything bigger than about a cup, your stomach will expand and then you’ll get hungry more. 19. The smell of coffee is thought to supress appetite. 20. Wear applied lip gloss. It makes you more aware of what’s going in your mouth. Also, flavored ones may help with cravings. 21. Have 6 small meals a day. 22. Low calorie hot chocolate curbs chocolate cravings, and makes you feel full. 23. Take a picture of yourself wearing a bathing suit or something equally important to you, look at it before you want to eat. 24. It takes 20 minutes for the brain to realize the stomach is full. 25. Eat lots of fiber. It makes you feel full and takes fat with it out of your body. The natural cleansing helps improve both your energy level and overall feeling of wellness. 26. Before you dig into that cake, bag of chips, candy, or whatever, take a deep breath and count to 100. Usually by the time you get to 100 you will have coninced yourself that you don’t really want it. 27. Celery actually burns calories. Every hour eat a stalk of it. Not only will it fill you up, but it will also get your metabolism kickin’. 28. Read the nutritional information. Remember, fat-free does not mean calorie-free. 29. Keep an eye on fiber content. Get as much fiber into your diet as you can, while cutting fat and calories. 30. Don’t eat a lot at once. Spread your food throughout the day. This will help to avoid binging and keep your metabolism going. 31. Avoid alchohol. 32. Do not eat in front of the computer or TV. This distracts you from recognizing you’re full. 33. Stay away from Slim-fast and other so-called “healthy” candy bars and shakes… one look at the nutition facts will tell you why. Save yourself the money, and the calories. Buy yourself some flowers instead -- they make you happy. 34. When having cravings try drinking a tall, icy glass of water with slices of lemons or oranges -- sometimes what you think is hunger is really thirst. 35. Remember, an occasional binge doesn’t hurt, in fact it’s quite beneficial if you have reached a plateau (stopped losing weight). Just don’t binge too regularly! and finally, 36. Love and respect yourself and your body.
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Cleaning Sterling Silver.  Cover Baking Pan with Aluminum Foil.  Filled with hot water. Place jewelry inside. Add 2 cups-Baking Soda,1/4 cup-salt. make sure it all submerge. Wait 10 mins. Then flipped if it needed to. Wait another 10 mins. Take out the sterling silver pieces and lay the items on a clean dish towel. Brush off each one with a soft toothbrush. Dry with a soft cloth. by hester
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hester Cleaning Sterling Silver. Cover Baking Pan with Aluminum Foil. Filled with hot water. Place jewelry inside. Add 2 cups-Baking Soda,1/4 cup-salt. make sure it all submerge. Wait 10 mins. Then flipped if it needed to. Wait another 10 mins. Take out the sterling silver pieces and lay the items on a clean dish towel. Brush off each one with a soft toothbrush. Dry with a soft cloth.
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Web exclusive! You could always use another teacup in your collection, especially when it s as pretty as this one. $16.99 by Bon-Ton
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Bon-Ton Web exclusive! You could always use another teacup in your collection, especially when it s as pretty as this one. $16.99
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Web exclusive! You can always use another serving bowl, especially when it s as pretty as this one. $48.00 by Bon-Ton
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Bon-Ton Web exclusive! You can always use another serving bowl, especially when it s as pretty as this one. $48.00
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Web exclusive! Watch a child s eyes light up when you give him/her one of these large 10-oz. lollipops. Each is neatly packaged in its own gift box. $38.00 by Bon-Ton
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Bon-Ton Web exclusive! Watch a child s eyes light up when you give him/her one of these large 10-oz. lollipops. Each is neatly packaged in its own gift box. $38.00
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Cleaning Sterling Silver.  Cover Baking Pan with Aluminum Foil.  Filled with hot water. Place jewelry inside. Add 2 cups-Baking Soda,1/4 cup-salt. make sure it all submerge. Wait 10 mins. Then flipped if it needed to. Wait another 10 mins. Take out the sterling silver pieces and lay the items on a clean dish towel. Brush off each one with a soft toothbrush. Dry with a soft cloth. by hester by xiaojingfeng
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xiaojingfeng Cleaning Sterling Silver. Cover Baking Pan with Aluminum Foil. Filled with hot water. Place jewelry inside. Add 2 cups-Baking Soda,1/4 cup-salt. make sure it all submerge. Wait 10 mins. Then flipped if it needed to. Wait another 10 mins. Take out the sterling silver pieces and lay the items on a clean dish towel. Brush off each one with a soft toothbrush. Dry with a soft cloth. by hester
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From Intattters: britinpa - 21-01-2011  I just made this one up. The flowers were 1-1-1-1-1-1-1, and the chains 4-4. Turn the work after each flower and chain and make it as long as you want. I used size 10 thread for this. by catalina
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catalina From Intattters: britinpa - 21-01-2011 I just made this one up. The flowers were 1-1-1-1-1-1-1, and the chains 4-4. Turn the work after each flower and chain and make it as long as you want. I used size 10 thread for this.
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Each student writes a descriptive paragraph about an object. You then take a picture of each with the magnifying glass held up close so that it magnifies one eye. (it would also be cute to take a picture of the child with the object) by deann
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deann Each student writes a descriptive paragraph about an object. You then take a picture of each with the magnifying glass held up close so that it magnifies one eye. (it would also be cute to take a picture of the child with the object)
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The Cowboy Code.   Here are the Ten Principles of Cowboy Ethics:  1. Live each day with courage  2. Take pride in your work  3. Always finish what you start  4. Do what has to be done  5. Be tough, but fair  6. When you make a promise, keep it  7. Ride for the brand  8. Talk less and say more  9. Remember that some things aren’t for sale  10. Know where to draw the line by florence
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florence The Cowboy Code. Here are the Ten Principles of Cowboy Ethics: 1. Live each day with courage 2. Take pride in your work 3. Always finish what you start 4. Do what has to be done 5. Be tough, but fair 6. When you make a promise, keep it 7. Ride for the brand 8. Talk less and say more 9. Remember that some things aren’t for sale 10. Know where to draw the line
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Fruit Ice Lollies   Ingredients   - 2 Cups Kiwi - 2 Cups Mango - 2 Cups Strawberry  Take each of the above fruits and blend with a bit if water (about 1/4 cup each) until you have a fruit paste.  Next, take you ice lolly moulds and layer in each fruit. Kiwi, mango then Strawberry.  Let them sit in the freezer for an hour or 2 and serve! by gay
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gay Fruit Ice Lollies Ingredients - 2 Cups Kiwi - 2 Cups Mango - 2 Cups Strawberry Take each of the above fruits and blend with a bit if water (about 1/4 cup each) until you have a fruit paste. Next, take you ice lolly moulds and layer in each fruit. Kiwi, mango then Strawberry. Let them sit in the freezer for an hour or 2 and serve!
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An interactive Ppt that can be worked through at your own pace. Each slide has the high frequency words from one of four Letters and Sounds Phases. Click the Magician's hat and out pops a rabbit with a word to read. Click the wand and the word and rabbit disappear, Each slide tells you how many words are covered and the ppt could be used for small groups and individual children in addition to whole class teaching. Comic Sans activity is editable while others use an embedded font by nadia
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nadia An interactive Ppt that can be worked through at your own pace. Each slide has the high frequency words from one of four Letters and Sounds Phases. Click the Magician's hat and out pops a rabbit with a word to read. Click the wand and the word and rabbit disappear, Each slide tells you how many words are covered and the ppt could be used for small groups and individual children in addition to whole class teaching. Comic Sans activity is editable while others use an embedded font
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I am a big fan of Kids books, and this was one of my kids all time favorites~ Click on the cover; it will take you to a site that lets you by tam.fowler
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tam.fowler I am a big fan of Kids books, and this was one of my kids all time favorites~ Click on the cover; it will take you to a site that lets you
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Loom ruffle scarf (1). Use 6 prongs, only. Stretch yarn neatly. Roughly 3 or 4 loops of yarn will be skipped before putting a loop on every 4th prong. After the first set of loops are placed on the prongs, knit over every time you place a loop. Only use the same 6 prongs. Knit over means take the bottom loop and pull it over the top loop and off the prong toward the middle. Before moving onto the next prong, do another "knit over" for each prong to create the ruffle. by alisha
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alisha Loom ruffle scarf (1). Use 6 prongs, only. Stretch yarn neatly. Roughly 3 or 4 loops of yarn will be skipped before putting a loop on every 4th prong. After the first set of loops are placed on the prongs, knit over every time you place a loop. Only use the same 6 prongs. Knit over means take the bottom loop and pull it over the top loop and off the prong toward the middle. Before moving onto the next prong, do another "knit over" for each prong to create the ruffle.
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FREEBIE! This is a very simple packet that has a "spider" web to show different ways of making that number! Numbers 1-10 are included in this download; hope you can use them in your class either as a work station, morning work or wherever you see fit! by katy
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katy FREEBIE! This is a very simple packet that has a "spider" web to show different ways of making that number! Numbers 1-10 are included in this download; hope you can use them in your class either as a work station, morning work or wherever you see fit!
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You are jealous of one another and quarrel with each other. Doesn’t that prove you are controlled by your sinful nature? —1 Corinthians 3:3 by judith
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judith You are jealous of one another and quarrel with each other. Doesn’t that prove you are controlled by your sinful nature? —1 Corinthians 3:3
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Awesome nail polish rack if you don't want to make one or buy one. Use picture ledges from ikea for like $10 by batjas88
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batjas88 Awesome nail polish rack if you don't want to make one or buy one. Use picture ledges from ikea for like $10
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The site has a content area reading passage and questions for each week of the school year for grades 1-5.  That would allow you to pull by minnie
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minnie The site has a content area reading passage and questions for each week of the school year for grades 1-5. That would allow you to pull
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Pouring Liquids 

These activities involve pouring liquids from one container into another.  You can see that each tray has a small by janice
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janice Pouring Liquids These activities involve pouring liquids from one container into another. You can see that each tray has a small
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The site has a content area reading passage and questions for each week of the school year for grades 1-5.  That would allow you to pull by minnie
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minnie The site has a content area reading passage and questions for each week of the school year for grades 1-5. That would allow you to pull
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Baked Doughnuts    Makes: About 15 doughnuts (& donut holes)    For the Dough  3/4 cups Warm Milk  1 packet Active Dry Yeast  1 tbsp. Unsalted Butter  1/3 cup Sugar  1 Egg  2 ½ cup All Purpose Flour  Pinch of Nutmeg  ½ tsp. Salt    For the Glaze  * Enough to glaze all the doughnuts  ¼ cup Milk  1 tsp. Pure Vanilla Extract  2 cups Confectioners Sugar    For the Cinnamon Sugar Topping  *Enough to cover all of the doughnuts  ½ cup Unsalted Butter  1 cup Sugar  1 tbsp. Cinnamon     To make the dough, place ¼ cups of the warm milk in the bowl of a stand mixer.  Sprinkle the yeast over the milk.  Let sit for 5 minutes.    In a small bowl, combine the remaining ½ cup of milk with the sugar and butter.  Add it to the yeast mixture.  Stir to combine.  Add the egg and stir until incorporated.  Add the flour, nutmeg, and salt and stir until the dough starts to form.  Change to the dough hook and knead for until the dough starts to become smooth.  If the dough is too sticky, slowly add more flour until it is no longer sticky.      Transfer to the dough to a lightly floured surface and knead for 5 minutes until the dough is smooth and elastic and has formed a ball.  Place the dough ball in a large lightly greased bowl, and cover with plastic wrap.  Let sit in a warm place for about 1 hour, until doubled in size.      Once the dough has risen, roll it out on a lightly floured surface until ½ thick.  Using a doughnut cutter (if you don’t have a doughnut cutter, you can use 2 biscuit cutters – 1 that is about 3 inches, and the other that is about 2 inches for the inner circle) cut out the doughnuts until you have no dough left.  If desired you can gather up the scraps into a ball and roll it out and cut out more doughnuts.  I prefer not too because I feel the dough becomes too tough.    Place the doughnuts on a baking sheet lined with a silicone mat or parchment paper, about 2 inches apart.  Cover with a clean towel and let sit for about 45 minutes.    Preheat the oven 375 degrees F.      Place the baking sheets in the oven and bake for 7 minutes, until lightly golden brown.  Be careful to not overbake these.  You want them to be light and doughy inside.  Let the doughnuts cool for about 5 minutes until ready to top with either the glaze or cinnamon sugar topping    While the doughnuts are cooling make the glaze and/or cinnamon sugar glaze.  Each recipe makes enough to cover all the doughnuts.  I made a half recipe of each and topped half of the doughnuts with each topping.  Or you can choose to just do one of topping for all the doughnuts.      To make the glaze, combine the milk and the vanilla in a small saucepan.  Heat over low heat until just warmed.  Slowly add in the confectioners sugar and whisk until the mixture is smooth.  Remove the glaze from the heat and place over a bowl of warm water.    To glaze the doughnuts, dip them halfway into the glaze and place on a draining/cooling rack set over a baking sheet.  Sprinkle with sprinkles if desired.  Let set for about 10 minutes.    To make the cinnamon sugar topping, melt the butter in a saucepan or a microwave, and place in a small bowl.  Combine the sugar and cinnamon in a medium sized bowl.      To top the doughnuts with cinnamon sugar, dip the halfway into the melted butter.  Then dip them into the cinnamon-sugar mixture.  Set on a draining/cooling rack to set, about 5 minutes.    Serve and enjoy :)!    Baked Doughnuts recipe from 101 Cookbooks.  Glaze recipe from Alton Brown.    *Printed from Krissy’s Creations by aidrealla.gbur
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aidrealla.gbur Baked Doughnuts Makes: About 15 doughnuts (& donut holes) For the Dough 3/4 cups Warm Milk 1 packet Active Dry Yeast 1 tbsp. Unsalted Butter 1/3 cup Sugar 1 Egg 2 ½ cup All Purpose Flour Pinch of Nutmeg ½ tsp. Salt For the Glaze * Enough to glaze all the doughnuts ¼ cup Milk 1 tsp. Pure Vanilla Extract 2 cups Confectioners Sugar For the Cinnamon Sugar Topping *Enough to cover all of the doughnuts ½ cup Unsalted Butter 1 cup Sugar 1 tbsp. Cinnamon To make the dough, place ¼ cups of the warm milk in the bowl of a stand mixer. Sprinkle the yeast over the milk. Let sit for 5 minutes. In a small bowl, combine the remaining ½ cup of milk with the sugar and butter. Add it to the yeast mixture. Stir to combine. Add the egg and stir until incorporated. Add the flour, nutmeg, and salt and stir until the dough starts to form. Change to the dough hook and knead for until the dough starts to become smooth. If the dough is too sticky, slowly add more flour until it is no longer sticky. Transfer to the dough to a lightly floured surface and knead for 5 minutes until the dough is smooth and elastic and has formed a ball. Place the dough ball in a large lightly greased bowl, and cover with plastic wrap. Let sit in a warm place for about 1 hour, until doubled in size. Once the dough has risen, roll it out on a lightly floured surface until ½ thick. Using a doughnut cutter (if you don’t have a doughnut cutter, you can use 2 biscuit cutters – 1 that is about 3 inches, and the other that is about 2 inches for the inner circle) cut out the doughnuts until you have no dough left. If desired you can gather up the scraps into a ball and roll it out and cut out more doughnuts. I prefer not too because I feel the dough becomes too tough. Place the doughnuts on a baking sheet lined with a silicone mat or parchment paper, about 2 inches apart. Cover with a clean towel and let sit for about 45 minutes. Preheat the oven 375 degrees F. Place the baking sheets in the oven and bake for 7 minutes, until lightly golden brown. Be careful to not overbake these. You want them to be light and doughy inside. Let the doughnuts cool for about 5 minutes until ready to top with either the glaze or cinnamon sugar topping While the doughnuts are cooling make the glaze and/or cinnamon sugar glaze. Each recipe makes enough to cover all the doughnuts. I made a half recipe of each and topped half of the doughnuts with each topping. Or you can choose to just do one of topping for all the doughnuts. To make the glaze, combine the milk and the vanilla in a small saucepan. Heat over low heat until just warmed. Slowly add in the confectioners sugar and whisk until the mixture is smooth. Remove the glaze from the heat and place over a bowl of warm water. To glaze the doughnuts, dip them halfway into the glaze and place on a draining/cooling rack set over a baking sheet. Sprinkle with sprinkles if desired. Let set for about 10 minutes. To make the cinnamon sugar topping, melt the butter in a saucepan or a microwave, and place in a small bowl. Combine the sugar and cinnamon in a medium sized bowl. To top the doughnuts with cinnamon sugar, dip the halfway into the melted butter. Then dip them into the cinnamon-sugar mixture. Set on a draining/cooling rack to set, about 5 minutes. Serve and enjoy :)! Baked Doughnuts recipe from 101 Cookbooks. Glaze recipe from Alton Brown. *Printed from Krissy’s Creations
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every time the baby wore a hand decorated onesie, you would think of the person that made it for you. Could take pictures of the baby in each one and use as thank you cards! by mildred
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mildred every time the baby wore a hand decorated onesie, you would think of the person that made it for you. Could take pictures of the baby in each one and use as thank you cards!
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"And after you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace, who has called you to his eternal glory in Christ, will himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you." 1 Peter 5:10 by Tlou
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Tlou "And after you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace, who has called you to his eternal glory in Christ, will himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you." 1 Peter 5:10
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Holiday Crunch Time! Here are 10 free crochet patterns for Men's Gifts to make this week - and each take just one skein! Lots of great ideas at this site - mooglyblog.com by nclaflin
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nclaflin Holiday Crunch Time! Here are 10 free crochet patterns for Men's Gifts to make this week - and each take just one skein! Lots of great ideas at this site - mooglyblog.com
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1 Peter 5:10 “And after you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace, who has called you to his eternal glory in Christ, will himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you.” by samanthasam
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samanthasam 1 Peter 5:10 “And after you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace, who has called you to his eternal glory in Christ, will himself restore, confirm, strengthen, and establish you.”
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Steps for waves in under 10 minutes:    Divide your hair into 4 sections. I like to take the hair that falls in front of the shoulders + the hair that falls behind the shoulders and then split them in 2 to get my 4 sections. Clip the front sections up.  Curl section one (see above). Start with the middle and inch your way down to the ends. I like using a 1″ barrel for this but you can also use 1 1/4″ if you have that.  Curl section two. Make sure you’re directing everything back and down just as Melissa is in the photos.  Curl section three. Try to avoid spraying with hairspray until after the final section if you can.  Curl section four. After this section, go in for any little adjustments.  Spray all over with a light to medium holding hairspray, and RUN! Don’t forget to unplug the curling iron. by marcia
marcia
marcia Steps for waves in under 10 minutes: Divide your hair into 4 sections. I like to take the hair that falls in front of the shoulders + the hair that falls behind the shoulders and then split them in 2 to get my 4 sections. Clip the front sections up. Curl section one (see above). Start with the middle and inch your way down to the ends. I like using a 1″ barrel for this but you can also use 1 1/4″ if you have that. Curl section two. Make sure you’re directing everything back and down just as Melissa is in the photos. Curl section three. Try to avoid spraying with hairspray until after the final section if you can. Curl section four. After this section, go in for any little adjustments. Spray all over with a light to medium holding hairspray, and RUN! Don’t forget to unplug the curling iron.
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How many photos do you take of your kids each week? This site Capturing Childhood has some great ideas of how to turn those photos into by shannon
shannon
shannon How many photos do you take of your kids each week? This site Capturing Childhood has some great ideas of how to turn those photos into
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entrance slip- a very nice way to differentiate from the moment they walk in the room. This is from a site that has great ideas ( a new one each day) for teachers to use to reach and teach all learners. by stephanii
stephanii
stephanii entrance slip- a very nice way to differentiate from the moment they walk in the room. This is from a site that has great ideas ( a new one each day) for teachers to use to reach and teach all learners.
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