Eat Drink & Be Mary: Top Five Most Useful Pins {foodie edition}

3.17.2014

Top Five Most Useful Pins {foodie edition}

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Pinterest.  You can't live with it, you can't live without it.  Wait a second, that doesn't make sense.  Let me try that again.

Pinterest.  You can't live with it, I can't live without it.  There much better.  I mean seriously, Pinterest is amazing.  Aaaaamazing.  I could spend hours on their, actually I do.

After I saw Ashley's post last week, I was pinspired--if you will--to create my list of pins I've found useful.  So here's my take on her gem of a post with my most useful pins in the kitchen, the foodie edition. 


These are all pins that I've tried out for myself and had success with, good luck to you and yours if you try these in your own kitchen.


Pizza Bagels @ The Nighs, to Scotland and back again
YUM!  I love finding pins that are a success, simple as that.  This is a simple, easy way to make a yummy "pizza" for only one or two people.  And it's absolutely delicious! 


Reese Cup S'mores @ Delia Creates
I found this gem on pinterest, and tried it out with T's family when we went camping last summer.  They loved it and said it was a great twist on the classic s'more.  Now that warmer weather is near (fingers crossed) it's perfect timing for you to try this out yourself.  Cheers to bonfires & marshmallow roasting.


2 Ingredient Pumpkin Cookies @ Cookies and Cups
It's no secret I'm a lover of all things pumpkin.  These are easy, two ingredients hello?! Also, the result is soft cookies (even after they cool) and since I'm not a huge fan of the normal, hard texture of cookies I loved finding this pin for a yummy, soft, pumpkin cookie.


Cake Batter Muddy Buddies @ The Girl Who Ate Everything
The last recipe I shared on here for muddy buddies (aka: puppy chow) turned out to be a huge success.  So, I thought I'd share another recipe that was a success in my kitchen.  Cake Batter Muddy Buddies.  Unfortunately, I have no pictures because this was before I started blogging, but Christy's picture is enough to make me hop in the car and go get the ingredients right now.


Making Half a Recipe Cheat Sheet @ Sassy Mister 
This is nothing short of my favorite find, the cure to making half a recipe at my finger tips.  Thank you Sassy Mister.

Even being the pinterest fanatic that I am I'm well aware that not all pins are a success and simply can't be replicated at home.  What pins have you found to be a success?  What is your favorite of all pins?

ps. Come back tomorrow for another Pin-spired recipe, you won't wanna miss!
pss. Happy St. Pattys day my dear leprachauns!  Did you catch my St. Patricks day recipe & outfit?

For more pinspiration follow me on pinterest.




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20 comments:

  1. I definitely had to pin a couple of those, they look delicious! What an awesome idea! Thanks for sharing these :D

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  2. Those s'mores look amazing! I've made homemade peanut butter cups off Pinterest but I never thought to add them to a s'more. Come on summer!

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  3. i've been living on pinterest for the past few weeks and getting some incredible organizing ideas!

    -kathy | Vodka and Soda

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  4. Those first two pins are so true! I love pizza english muffins, but I just started making pizza bagels on the bagel thins-- so good! And that half a recipe graphic is genius-- I'm always having to google how to half different things!

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  5. Pizza bagels are probably the best lunch I can remember my dad making when I was growing up!

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  6. seriously... it took me a bit to jump on the Pinterest bandwagon, but once I did, I was never getting off. How do people live without it! I usually consult Pinterest before I talk to Google ;)

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  7. Def repinned the making half of a recipe chart!! And following you on Pinterest :) Xx.

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  8. I love Pinterest for all the recipes I have made from there. The S'Mores look heavenly.

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  9. Reese cup smores looks delicious!! Why haven't I thought of that before?

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  10. I haven't tried as many recipes as I would like to...mostly because I don't have a whole lot of time to cook. However, I've had a lot of successful Pinterest projects. I don't know what I did before it existed!

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  11. Thanks for the recipes- excited to link up my recipe tomorrow!

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  12. Love this idea- and the pins you introduced me to! Thanks girl :)

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  13. Ahhh you did it!! I LOVE YOUR PINPOLATION (aka pin compilation)!!!!!

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  14. Reese smores are seriously SO delicious! Once you have them you will never go back to normal smores! Great round up!!
    www.amemoryofus.blogspot.com

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  15. You are killing me right now! I just told the husband how hungry I was, then I open your post! Gah! haha!
    But yes, Pinterest is such a time trap sometimes, but oh the things you can find!! Thanks for sharing with manic monday! Carylee | morepiecesofme.com

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  16. Smores with PB cups instead of plain chocolate?! Yes please! I can't believe I'm only discovering this now! I love that making half a recipe quick guide. I often have to half things because it's just me and the hubs. What a great post!

    ~Ashley @ A Cute Angle
    acutelifestyle.blogspot.com
    *100 Books in a Lifetime giveaway going on now!*

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  17. Those are some good ones. I have pinned many of those!

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