Cookie Exchange Success!

I know you’ve been curious which cookie I made for the exchange?

Christmas Swirl Sugar Cookies! They didn’t quite turn out as ‘pretty’ as the Pinterest picture, but they were delicious and relatively easy to make!

 
 
Who knew your nesting boxes could be used for cookie tray display too! 
 
I mean whose Pinterest attempts ever turn out as perfect as the original anyway?!
 
 
13 people brought 4 dozen cookies each!
 
 

Chocolate Raspberry Bars

 

Frosted Sugar Cookies

 

White Chocolate Peppermint Oreos

 

Whipped Cherry Shortbread

7-layer Bars

 

No bake Cookies

 
 
Cathedral Cookies
 
We sampled each cookie while we drank coffee and visited!
 
 
 
 
 
We shared our recipes and went home with 3-4 of every kind!
 

 

Going home with 3.5 dozen cookie varieties made making cookie tins for the neighbors easy this year! A great time was had by all! Cookies, coffee, friends and family, how could you not have fun?!

I think you should host a cookie exchange as soon as possible! You won’t regret it!

– Jaclyn

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Cookie Exchange

Do you have a cookie exchange to attend this Holiday season? Or maybe you’re hosting the exchange for you and your friends?! 

Mom is hosting one in a few weeks, so I’ve been on the hunt for all my favorite Holiday cookies! 

Bring 4 dozen, taste and sample each cookie, and take home 3.5 dozen! Sounds like my kind of party! Those of you who know me, know I love dessert! My in-laws give me a hard time because they never had to plan dessert until I joined the family…I think I did them all a favor 😜

Hmmm…now the question is which family favorite cookie should I make?

Oatmealcookies

Gingersnaps

Snickerdoodles

SpecialKbars

Chocolate chip cookies

Spritz cookies

Sugar cookies

 Waffle cookies

No bake cookies

Peanut butter cookies

I found this sugar cookie mix at Costco, makes 21 dozen cookies! Convenient for any and all Holiday cookie needs!

 

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What kind would you make?

-Jaclyn

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Fall is in the air…

I’m not as obsessed with fall as a lot of people, however, I do enjoy pumpkin everything, the beautiful colored leaves, and the cooler temperatures with the sun still shining!

What do you love about fall? Do you have favorite fall recipes? We’d love you to share them with us! 

Today, I’m going to share some of our family favorites. I hope you enjoy them! 

What’s a fall gathering without Apple Cider?!

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My brother-in-law, Josh, ensures we have this classic at our gatherings! And why not? It’s so easy. Just add some cloves and cinnamon sticks to bottled apple cider. Heat on the range and wa-lah! Warm and delicious! If you’re feeling extra fancy add in some orange slices or cranberries.

Apple Cider | all3sisters.com

And then there’s pumpkin bread. This is my favorite pumpkin bread recipe!

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I add chocolate chips, but you may choose raisins or your favorite nut. Pair with a cold glass of milk or PSL and you may have entered fall heaven!

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Our Mom has gathered many of our favorite family recipes throughout the years and designed recipe cards for us to have in a book! I love it! One place for all our cherished family favorites!

Looking for another delicious recipe to include at your next family gathering? Look no further! White Chicken Chili is another favorite! You won’t be disappointed!

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Grandma Sue’s Apple Butter

It’s that time of year again. The air is crisp, the leaves start changing, and people turn into fall obsessed, pumpkin spice loving, boot wearing crazies! Don’t get me wrong, I love fall and everything about it. I just think its hilarious how much attention fall gets! You would get a weird look if you said something like, “I can’t wait to wear sunscreen and hide from the blistering sun this summer!”

I especially have a soft spot for fall this year because we are expecting our second son in October. I am 34 weeks along and I am so ready for summer to be over! I know there are tons of moms out there that can sympathize with me, so I am not going to go into details. All I want to say is it has been a HOT summer! So bring on fall and all the crazies!

Okay my rant about fall is over. What I’d like to share with you today is Grandma Sue’s Apple Butter recipe! Grandma gave me tons of apples, so what better thing to do then make her apple butter. The aroma of allspice and cloves turns me into one of those crazy fall people! And it will you, too! If you are looking for a sugar free recipe….I am sorry, this is not for you. But when you spread this spiced jam on a fresh baked biscuit, you will be thanking me for every calorie!

Apple Butter

10 C. Apples (peeled and cubed) 

8 C. Sugar 

1/2 C. Vinegar 

2 tsp. Cinnamon 

1 tsp. Allspice (ground) 

1 tsp. Cloves (ground)

Peel and cut apples, put them into a crock pot with all other ingredients and cook  on low for 10 to 12 hours. Apples will cook down. Apple butter makes a great gift! 

<3 Justina 

 

 

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Smoothie Bowls

So, I don’t know about you, but I really struggle with eating a good breakfast. Yeah, I know, its the most important meal of the day, blah, blah, blah. But do you know what else is important? SLEEP!! And I ain’t getting outta bed one minute before I have to. Amen, thank you very much! 

So, here I am, every morning, running late for work and grabbing a granola bar on my way out the door. I told myself it was good for me, I mean it had 12g of protein & was full of healthy nuts. You know, peanuts & dark chocolate. That’s HEALTHY, you guys! Well…I was conveniently ignoring the sugar content or the actual ingredients listed in those things. If you have a box in your pantry (like me) I encourage you to never read the nutrition label. Just. Walk. Away. Ignore it, don’t think about it. Maybe it’ll just disappear if you never acknowledge it. Or, if you’re looking to spice up your breakfasts and start your day off feeling better, just toss that box of ‘sugar disguised as healthy nuts’ and keep reading!

I am going to share with you my new favorite breakfast. And it only takes 5 minutes! Or if you’re sleep deprived lazy like me, you can even make 2 or 3 servings at once and have it ready to go for the next few days. I was inspired by an acai bowl I had at a bowl of heaven this summer. Yeah, it only took me 8 months to get around to recreating it. I told you – lazy! But that’s how good it was, I’ve been thinking about it for 8 months!! I finally decided it was time to figure out how to make my own!

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Have you ever had an acai bowl anywhere? I remember the very first time I saw one, it was on a menu at a little cafe in Honolulu. When I was on my honeymoon…oh, to be back in Hawaii…but moving on, before I get sucked into daydreaming about vacations and beaches…At the time, I’d never heard of acai, I literally thought it was a Hawaiian thing…and I saw a bunch of people eating them, but I sure wasn’t brave enough to order my own. And I will regret that decision for the rest of my life.  I had no idea what I was missing.

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I have yet to find acai here locally, so until that day comes I’m just using whatever fruit sounds good. Trust me, its still just as good. Really all you need is some fruit & some granola. And you can make these bowls however you like. I prefer berries to tropical fruit – but if that’s your jam, go for it! I made my own granola, so that I could control what was in it, but if you have a favorite already just use that! Seriously, just try it. Whatever way works best for your life!

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For the base of your bowl, blend together a banana, I’ve used both fresh & frozen – either work, 1/2 an avocado (it makes it creamy, you can’t taste it, and its a great superfood to start your day), a splash of milk and a cup of fruit. I use frozen berries (without added sugar) because its easy and I know I’ll always have some ready to go when I get a hankering for a smoothie bowl 🙂

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I am trying to eat without added sugars so this is the version I’ve got on repeat. Use whatever toppings you like. This bowl has blueberries, pomegranate arils, unsweetened coconut flakes and granola. In my opinion, this granola is what really makes the dish. You know that buttery, crumbly, delicious graham cracker crust on the bottom of your favorite cream pie? Key lime, banana cream, ice cream…you know…the good stuff. Well this granola dust tastes just like it! You will think you were the lucky one left to lick the pie plate, its THAT good.  I made this batch last weekend and just store it in the fridge.

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Granola Dust
Yields 16
The perfect granola
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Prep Time
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Cook Time
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Total Time
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Prep Time
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Cook Time
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Total Time
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153 calories
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11 g
3 g
2 g
31 g
16 g
7 g
0 g
9 g
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
31g
Yields
16
Amount Per Serving
Calories 153
Calories from Fat 91
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 11g
17%
Saturated Fat 2g
11%
Trans Fat 0g
Polyunsaturated Fat 3g
Monounsaturated Fat 6g
Cholesterol 0mg
0%
Sodium 16mg
1%
Total Carbohydrates 13g
4%
Dietary Fiber 3g
12%
Sugars 7g
Protein 3g
Vitamin A
1%
Vitamin C
1%
Calcium
4%
Iron
4%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Ingredients
  1. 1 cup almonds
  2. 1 cup pecans
  3. 1/2 cup pumpkin seeds
  4. 1 cup unsweetend coconut (shredded, grated or flakes all work)
  5. 4 unsweetened prunes
  6. 4 unsweetened dates
  7. 1 Tablespoon orange zest
  8. 2 teaspoons cinnamon
Instructions
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Add the nuts, seeds and coconut to a baking sheet.
  2. Bake the nuts for 5 minutes, stir, and add another 5 minutes. Turn off the oven, stir them again and leave them inside the oven with the door open for another 5-10 minutes. You don't want it to burn, but you want it to get nice and toasty.
  3. Cool the mixture completely.
  4. Add everything into a food processor or blender. I cut the prunes & dates into quarters before placing them in the blender. Process until the mixture starts to clump, about 45 seconds.
  5. Store in a sealed container for up to 2 weeks in the fridge or 1 month in the freezer.
Notes
  1. Feel free to use any nuts, seeds or dried fruit you prefer. This is just a guideline!
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Gluten Free Recipes

I’m back, as promised! To share a few of the recipes we’ve enjoyed over the last month as we ate gluten free.

On the weekends we typically take the time to make breakfast & eat together as a family. That used to mean waffles or pancakes with our bacon & eggs. Well now I’ve discovered veggies with my eggs! And I’m actually digging it! This is a random Saturday morning, but I just added in the veggies I had in the fridge & then cracked my egg into the middle of the skillet. This particular morning I had kale, shredded sweet potatoes, red onion & green pepper. And of course topped with a little cheddar & some avocado. We pretty much put avocados on everything. Cause they’re the best.  

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Here are a few of the recipes I’ve found around the web…please pin from the original source:

Overnight oats. Have you guys tried any overnight oat recipes, yet? I know they are kind of a sensation on social media right now…I, per usual, was a little late to the ballgame, but I am now a believer! These have become our go to breakfast! The great part is they take us about 10 minutes Sunday, and then we have breakfast ready to grab and go for the whole week!! And you can totally customize them to your taste! Use fruit, nuts, peanut butter, chocolate, coconut, flavored yogurts, whatever your heart desires! (or diet allows ;)) This peanut butter & chocolate recipe is what we’ve been eating! Warm them up for about 45 seconds & you can almost believe you’re eating a Reese’s for breakfast…think on that for a minute…

Overnight Oats

I found Danielle Walker & her blog Against All Grain, and let me tell you, I want to try every one of her recipes! They all sound (and look!!) delicious! The first one of her recipes I made was this Blackened Salmon with Mango Salsa. It was so simple and yet felt so fancy. Give it a try!!

Mexican food is really easy to adapt to be gluten free…which is a good thing, since I could eat tacos & guacamole every day of the week! Seriously. I think Josh is probably sick of tacos…but I can’t stop. I won’t stop.  But for a little variation I found this taco bowl. I made this twice in the first week of January. Ha! It was so good.

And those sweet potatoes…totally make the dish! I have since made them as a side for a few other meals. They are so good. And this coming from a girl who would’ve told you two months ago that I didn’t even like sweet potatoes! So even if you don’t like tacos, which by the way, who are you?? I’m not sure we can be friends. At least not ones that eat together. But even if…you’ve gotta try the sweet potatoes!

We also like to eat quite a few Asian inspired recipes in our house. I found two new ones that are total winners! This beef & snow pea recipe was delicious! We eat a lot of chicken when it comes to rice/stir fry type recipes so it’s always nice to find a good beef recipe. 

And then there’s this Kung Pao Chicken. You guys. I didn’t even serve it with rice. That’s how good it is. You don’t even miss the rice. Well maybe you would, but I don’t think so. And I bought a spiralizer to try making some veggies into noodles, etc. and this was the first recipe I made with it. Super fun! I want to spiralize all the things!! But you can just slice the onions however you’d like if you don’t have a spiralizer. It won’t change how it tastes, I promise!

That reminds me…we tried spaghetti squash for the first time last week! Josh cut it in half, sprayed some olive oil on each half, sprinkled a little seasoning and then put them cut side down on a baking sheet for 45 minutes at 400 degrees. Once they’ve cooled for a couple minutes you just use a fork to shred the insides & it literally looks like spaghetti noodles. I just used my usual meat & spaghetti sauce and topped the squash with it. Really good! Like I could eat spaghetti like that all the time. Now to go look up all the benefits of spaghetti squash… 😉

One of the things you really miss when you’re avoiding gluten is chocolate chip cookies. Haha. How can you go a whole month without one? You must be stronger than me & Josh! We used this gluten free flour & tried a new recipe…a “healthy” recipe 😉 And we were pleasantly surprised! Jaclyn even said she’d never know they didn’t have butter in them if I hadn’t told her. You’ll need to use gluten free flour if you want them to be gluten free. But if you don’t care about that these are a great “healthier” chocolate chip cookie option as is!


coconut chocolate chip cookies

So there you go, just a few of the things we’ve been munching on recently. I would love to hear if you have any great recipes your family loves! Gluten free or not. 

<3 Michelle

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Going Gluten Free

So with January almost over how many of you are still sticking with your New Year’s Resolutions? Do you even make them? I’ll admit…I kinda hate failing…so…I tend to not even make any. Because, you know, I feel better about myself if I don’t give up on something I never start 😉

Well this year Josh & I decided to try some things to improve our health. Not really a New Year’s Resolution, but maybe it qualifies since we started on that glorious first day of January. 

I met with a functional medicine doctor last fall and he suggested that I try going gluten free (and dairy & soy free, but one thing at a time, people!) to see if that would help my headaches. And according to him, it would at least help me feel a lot better even if it didn’t change the frequency of my headaches. Well I kinda dug my heels in for awhile…hello, give up pizza? Are you crazy?! I mean, no one in their right mind volunteers to do that!

But as the holidays rolled around and I decided I needed something to kick-start some weight loss this year I thought, why not? I’ve tried (what feels like) EVERYTHING else to help my headaches, with no success, why not this? So, here we are…28 days into January and still avoiding gluten. We, because, well, Josh is good at being supportive 🙂

And you know what? It isn’t that hard. I know, no pizza?! But…that’s the crazy thing. I’ve had pizza twice in those 28 days!! Sure, I paid $3.99 more than everyone else around me to have a pizza about half the thickness…but still, it was pizza, and it was good! 

Because of the culture we live in and the way the health fads are these days, there are gluten-free options everywhere. It is easy to find restaurants that will accommodate you. Sure, they might charge you a pretty penny to do so, but most of them are willing. Some even have a full menu just for you 😉

And you can even buy gluten-free flour. Lots of different kinds actually. So that Slonaker tradition of waffles? Yup, we’ve had those. And they’re good! You guys, this is what’s surprised me the most…the substitutes actually taste good!! Most of the time when you try substitutes I feel like they suck. You know, the textures off or you can really taste those beans even when they swore you wouldn’t! I have been pleasantly surprised with the substitutes we’ve tried so far.

That’s not to say it isn’t painful to pay $13.99 for a bag of pancake mix the size of my hand…there may have been tears…so you know, its not all great. But I’m just saying, at least if you’re going to pay that for it, it does taste good!

The most exciting part for me is that I’ve found a ton of new recipes, thank you Pinterest. I have actually really enjoyed finding, planning & cooking meals this month. Which I must admit is kind of a change for me. It’s usually such a chore or even something I completely ignore until 5:30pm rolls around and then I’m scrambling to try and putting something edible together!! But something about wanting to find healthier options for my family, that also taste delicious, has brought a fun new challenge to the every-tiring task of feeding my people.

I will gather some of my new favorite recipes together and do a post soon! And I promise, you’ll like them even if you’re not eating gluten free. And many of them can even be adapted to include lots of extra gluten…if that’s what you prefer 😉   

Any of you eat gluten free? We have a couple friends that do & honestly I’ve learned a lot about it just from sharing meals with them over the years. If you have any great recipes or ideas I’d love to hear them!!

<3 Michelle

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Chocolate Crinkle Cookies

The classic chocolate crinkle cookie. Yes, this cookie is typically considered to be a Christmas cookie, but after making them yesterday I beg to differ!

I had every intention of making these cookies over the holidays, but I could not find an extra second. I am sure you can all relate that the “best time of the year” is also the busiest time of the year! Stay inside and lock the doors, the stores are crazy! Thank God for Amazon Prime, am I right? 

Christmas time is such a special time of year for me. Especially now that I have a little one to share the magic with. It always goes by way too fast and a part of me just wants to hang on to the holidays just a little bit longer. Lets be honest, you still have your Christmas tree up and you are seriously considering decorating it for Valentines Day! I guess making these cookies was my attempt to hold on to the holiday season just a little longer. I would be that person with my tree still up if it wasn’t for Bradley trying to destroy it every 5 minutes! 

These cookies are a perfect combination of  brownie and a cookie in one bite! So here’s what you need. 

Chocolate Crinkle Cookies
Yields 20
Chocolate cookies
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Cook Time
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147 calories
22 g
28 g
7 g
2 g
1 g
38 g
42 g
18 g
0 g
5 g
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
38g
Yields
20
Amount Per Serving
Calories 147
Calories from Fat 60
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 7g
10%
Saturated Fat 1g
4%
Trans Fat 0g
Polyunsaturated Fat 1g
Monounsaturated Fat 4g
Cholesterol 28mg
9%
Sodium 42mg
2%
Total Carbohydrates 22g
7%
Dietary Fiber 1g
5%
Sugars 18g
Protein 2g
Vitamin A
1%
Vitamin C
0%
Calcium
3%
Iron
4%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Ingredients
  1. 3/4 cup cocoa powder
  2. 1 1/2 cup sugar
  3. 1 1/2 flour
  4. 2 tsp baking powder
  5. 1/4 tsp salt
  6. 1/2 cup vegetable oil
  7. 3 eggs
  8. 1 1/2 tsp vanilla
  9. 1/2 cup powdered sugar
Instructions
  1. 1. Sift together your dry ingredients in a medium bowl
  2. 2. Mix your wet ingredients in a large bowl
  3. 3. Pour your dry ingredients into your wet ingredients. Adding about 1/3 of the dry stuff at a time and letting it mix completely before adding more
  4. 4. Cover and chill dough for at least an hour up to overnight
  5. 5. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  6. 6. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper and pour your powdered sugar onto a plate or shallow dish
  7. 7. Using a cookie scoop or a spoon, scoop about 1 to 1 1/2 tablespoons of cookie dough directly onto your plate of powdered sugar, and then role the dough around so it gets covered in sugar, you can then easily form into a ball and place onto cookie sheet. (My first batch I formed a dough ball before I put it in the powdered sugar and it was a sticky mess!! Learn from my mistakes!)
  8. 8. Bake cookies for 10 minutes, the cookies should look like they have cracks. Then let them sit on the cookie sheet for 5 min before you transfer to a cooling rac
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The finished product! 

Choclate Crinkle Cookies (450x800)

The cookies should be soft, but firm enough to hold on to and they should taste like chocolate heaven! If they don’t then you did something wrong. These cookies are gorgeous! Look at that contrast!  

Chocolate Crinkle Cookies (800x600)

I hope everyone had a fantastic Christmas and you’re starting your new year off right! Do yourself a favor and try these cookies. Chocolate is a year round flavor!  

Here are a couple pictures of Bradley sledding for the first time! 

 Snow

Sleeping

Sledding

As you can see he was thrilled!! Yup, he fell asleep… 

<3 Justina 

 

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Happy New Year 2016!

Happy New Year!!! Wow! How is it already 2016? That just doesn’t seem possible!

We hope you had a wonderful Holiday weekend, doing whatever makes you happy — and of course recovering from the food coma that is the last couple weeks of December! 

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We sisters actually threw a New Years Eve party this year! We had so much fun putting it together and thought we’d share some pics with you guys.

Photo Booth | all3sisers.com

We have to start with the photo props…because that’s what all parties must have these days 😉 I mean, why not, when they’re so much fun?! We actually took the lazy route this time and ordered these props and background. Find online, click order, open box 2 days later and wa-la. Instant party fun. Now that’s my kind of party prep!! Who’s with me??

Photo Booth Props | all3sisters.com

We decided on a theme of black, white & gold…because what’s New Years Eve without a little sparkle?! Luckily for us Jac’s house has LOTS of those colors already…so we really didn’t do much decorating.

NYE Welcome | all3sisters.com

We had lots of fun coming up with black, white & gold food…and of course a few extras thrown in for good measure 😉

NYE Food | all3sisters.com

What’s more gold than goldfish?!

Chips | all3sisters.com

The best way to add gold to your food? Gold glitter sprinkles!!

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I have a cookie set from Williams Sonoma that lets you create messages in your sugar cookies. Admittedly I don’t use it very often, but this seemed like the perfect occasion! Who doesn’t love a cookie that’s also spreading good cheer?

NYE Cookies | all3sisters.com

These might be my favorite ingenious pinterest find of the night. Mini tuxedos!! Seriously, how cute are these? Just a Ritz cracker, a triangle of our favorite white cheese and a little olive bow tie. Adorable! And so so simple!

Tuxedos | all3sisters.com

While the tuxedos were my favorite “look” on the table…these pretzels…oh man, these pretzels…why is chocolate and pretzels such a delicious combo? Seriously, I don’t even like pretzels…but throw some chocolate on them and they are divine!! I could’ve eaten the whole platter myself! And probably did eat about half! Eek! :/

Dipped Pretzels | all3sisters.com

We had some golden pineapple to help cleanse everyone’s palate 😉

NYE treats | all3sisters.com

How do you make 7 layer dip fit your theme? Just keep whatever color you’re looking for on top! Olives it is! Resting on a bed of white cheese, of course.

Taco Dip | all3sisters.com

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White chocolate dipped Oreos, covered in gold glitter. It doesn’t get more festive than that!!

Oreos | all3sisters.com

And then of course there’s the bubbly for that midnight toast! We just added blackberries to the champagne or sparkling cider to give it that little extra glam 😉

Champagne | all3sisters.com

Jac’s Christmas tree even fit our theme?! Apparently this girl was made to host New Years Eve parties!! It’s official: same theme, same place, next year!

NYE tree | all3sisters.com

We had a few fun games planned for the evening and had them in separate boxes so every hour (9, 10, 11) we opened a new one and had a completely new activity to enjoy!

NYE games | all3sisters.com

At 9pm we started with a 2015 pop-culture trivia game. Our winner got 30/40 right! Not too shabby!! 

At 10pm we had a “never-ending” saran wrap gift. There was a scarf, hat & gloves in the box that had to be worn by the unwrapper. Everyone passed a die, trying to roll a 5 to get the chance to start unwrapping! If you’ve never played a game like this before you should try it. It’s hilarious just to watch, let alone participate! The saran wrap addition was a first for us, but we’ve done it many times with actual wrapped presents. The key is to get big obnoxious gloves so it’s extremely difficult to unwrap. Especially when you know someone else could roll a 5 at any time and take it away!! (You can also try to roll doubles…you know, if you can find 2 dice ;))

At 11pm the box included noisemakers and Happy New Year tiaras. Because that’s what ringing in the new year is all about!!  

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Of course we topped it all off by watching the ball drop!!

Welcome 2016. Here’s to new beginnings, new adventures and a new baby!!

<3 Michelle

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Cabbage Salsa

Have you guys been to a Mexican restaurant that serves Cabbage Salsa? No?

Never even heard of it? What is that about, anyways? I just have to say that you are missing out. That’s all there is to it.  Lucky for you, we have the recipe today!

Cabbage Salsa Bowl | all3sisters.com

We grew up in Wenatchee, Washington. Where there is a Mexican restaurant on every corner. You think I’m exaggerating. You’re welcome to go visit and see for yourself. Brightly painted stucco abounds.

And yet, with all those choices…we always went to the same one. Every. Time. Because they have this AMAZING salsa. You just can’t beat it.

Cabbage Salsa Chips | all3sisters.com

And it’s good for you. Like really. You don’t even have to try and trick yourself into believing it’s healthy. I mean, it’s main ingredient is cabbage…but please don’t let that deter you from giving it a try. We promise you won’t be disappointed!

Cabbage Salsa | all3sisters.com

Look at that. Don’t you wish you could reach thru the screen and grab a chip? Completely covered in salsa deliciousness.

Cabbage Salsa | all3sisters.com

We make this salsa almost every time our entire family gets together. That’s how much we all love it. And we know you will too! Give it a try and let us know what you think.

Cabbage Salsa
Serves 10
A delicious chunky salsa
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41 g
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Serving Size
171g
Servings
10
Amount Per Serving
Calories 49
Calories from Fat 2
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 0g
0%
Saturated Fat 0g
0%
Trans Fat 0g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0g
Monounsaturated Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg
0%
Sodium 41mg
2%
Total Carbohydrates 11g
4%
Dietary Fiber 3g
13%
Sugars 4g
Protein 2g
Vitamin A
10%
Vitamin C
92%
Calcium
6%
Iron
4%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Ingredients
  1. 1 head cabbage, chopped
  2. 1 red onion, diced
  3. ½ jar sliced jalapenos and their juice
  4. 3 tomatoes, chopped
  5. orange (or lime) juice to pour over top
  6. seasoning salt
  7. pepper
  8. lots of snipped cilantro
Instructions
  1. Combine & enjoy!
Notes
  1. You can adapt this to your taste just by adding or eliminating jalapenos.
Adapted from La Fuente
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calories
49
fat
0g
protein
2g
carbs
11g
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Adapted from La Fuente
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