Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Back to School Brunch!

Julie and I hosted our 3rd annual Back to School brunch on Monday. This brunch was for all the second-grade mamas! This party was so important to both of us when our babies went to Kindergarten and needed the support to get through the day! I love that we have carried on the tradition. I'm not sure what we will do next year when our little boys go to Kindergarten. 

All my pretty second-grade mama friends!

I love that our group can fit around my dining room table and we can share our stories of sendoff and to-dos. Also, we had a few kidless moms, who sent their last child to Kinder this year, and they were the giddiest of them all!

Julie and I split the food responsibilities down the middle. She made a delicious breakfast casserole while I was in charge of the sweet dish!

You can't go wrong with MONKEY BREAD! It's easy and delicious and people will be impressed with your culinary skills!

I'm thinking about writing a cookbook - Mama's who don't like to Cook.

I can cook, I can follow a recipe but I don't like to cook. I did at one point in time but now I will make a culinary masterpiece and my kids won't eat it. My method in cooking now involves 5 ingredients or less.

Monkey Bread
Monkey Bread Recipe
-3 cans of biscuits
-1 cup of sugar
-3 teaspoons of cinnamon
-1 sticks of butter
-1/2 cup of brown sugar

Cut biscuits into fourths.
Put biscuit pieces into a large ziplock of sugar and cinnamon mixture.
Shake the ziplock until biscuit pieces are covered with sugar.
(I had leftover sugar, I'll tell you what to do with it in a minute)
Grease bundt pan. Put sugar covered biscuit pieces into bundt pan.
Pour leftover sugar on top of biscuits. (Trust me)
Mix melted butter and brown sugar together and pour on top of biscuits in the bundt pan.

Bake at 350 for 30-35 minutes.

The center of mine was a little gooey but it might have been the best part!

This recipe was adapted from the pioneer woman/ Pinterest/my mama.

God is bigger than this and Jesus can fix-it. 

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