Roasted Pumpkin Seeds


Easy & Crunchy


Have you tried to make your own roasted pumpkin seeds?

I never made my own but have had and fall in love w/ them after craving a pumpkin for son’s room decided save them and make some roasted pumpkin seeds. I found recipe from ohsheglows


How To Roast Pumpkin Seeds:

1. Clean the seeds. clean the seeds until there are no signs of pumpkin guts

2. Boil for 10 minutes in salt water. added the pumpkin seeds to a medium-sized pot of water along with 1 tsp salt. Bring it to a boil and reduce the heat to simmer, uncovered, for about 10 minutes over low-medium heat.


3. Drain the seeds in a colander and dry lightly with a paper towel. Do a light pat down.



4. Spread seeds onto a baking sheet and drizzle with extra virgin olive oil (1/2-1 tsp).spread out the seeds and add some salt


5. Roast seeds at 325F for 10 minutes. Remove from oven and stir. Roast for another 8-10 minutes During the last 5 minutes of roasting, remove a few seeds and crack open to make sure the inner seeds are not burning. The inner seed should have only a hint of golden tinge to it. They should not be brown.


6. EAT! Remove from oven

Read more: how-to-roast-perfect-pumpkin-seeds


Bacon & Broccoli Pasta Recipe

When you have these 3 things pasta,bacon and broccoli what else to do whip those together for #dinner hoping it comes out good

After googling  w/ just those ingredients I had found this wonderful recipe from bbcgoodfood



500g pack shaped pasta
1 head broccoli, about 300g, cut into small florets or frozen bag broccoli
8 bacon, cut into large pieces
5 tbsp. pesto
grated parmesan

1. Bring a large pan of water to the boil and cook the pasta according to pack instructions. About 3 mins before the pasta is cooked, throw in the broccoli. When everything is done, drain, reserving about 100ml of the cooking water.

2.While the pasta is cooking, grill the bacon for 6-7 mins until crisp, then cut into bite-size pieces. Tip everything into the pasta pan, toss together well and loosen with a little of the cooking water, if needed. Sprinkle over the Parmesan and serve.

Prep: 5 mins Cook: 15 mins


 from Good Food magazine, May 2006

Pinterest Found that I Tried!{ Report Card/Ratings}


If you been on Pinterest ( if not your missing out) you might have come across “A fix for those jeans with the pesky zipper that won’t stay up” from Heres what it looks like

When I came across I LIKED cause thought was awesome solution to pesky zipper.Do you have one? I have the same problem w/ pair a jeans that loved but couldn’t wear w/out trying to keep the zipper up several,several times. So, wanted to try this out to see if worked!

Here is my Report Card and Ratings!

Report Card/Ratings:

CraftDifficulty: Easy
This SUPER SUPER easy A+

Material(s): Your own jeans and Key Ring
Make sure key ring is small size( not too small) if too big it will make buttoning the jeans impossible-A+

The pic(above) pretty much explains itselfA+

Final Report: A+
The best fix that I…

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{DIY} Owl Wall Art~Tutorial~

One favorite tutorial’s Owl Wall Art


This super easy wall art that i created I wanted to make something different & very cute.I thought owls since they seem be popular & really good choice.After much thinking of how want the idea in head to look like or would it really work out,lol.I went w/ it & turned out perfectly.


*Wood Plaque
*Fabric Scirrors
*Owl Template
*Mod Podge
~You can use any style fabric or scraps you have on hand.The wood plaque can be any size as well,but i would recommend a smaller one like 5.1 inX7.2 in~
You wanna start painting the wood plaque w/ acrylic paint of any color you may like.Make sure the paint is completey dry before continue.Once the paint is dry trace your owl template on fabric,cut w/ fabric scirrors.Take your needle thread and sew along wings,eyes & nose***DON’T SEW IT TO THE BODY*** Now, that…

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Easter Egg {Candy-Filled} Ghost-DIY

Have extra Easter eggs leftover ? Then use them up by making some Ghost all you do is  fill it w/ candy #Halloween #Ghost #EasterEggs


Halloween is fast approaching and w/ that comes all festive crafts,candies,decoration in every store. I can’t help loving season so much. With getting into sprite i wanted wipe up a cute craft, had some left over Easter Eggs.Hmmm! What to do w/ them? I decided to make Easter Egg Candy-filled Ghost

A super easy craft that kids or trick or treaters would love as well.


* Plastic Easter Eggs( candy -filled or add your own assortment)

* String or Yarn

*Paper Towel (any kind paper will do)

* Crayon or Marker

* Tape


Step 1: Take your plastic egg roll the egg completely cover then taping top part of head.

Step 2: Cut string or yarn tie the middle, remove excess string if needed.

Step 3: Craft your Ghost face

* Get the kids crafting the faces using all sorts of crafting supplies *

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