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I’ve never really considered myself to be a “spring cleaner” because my husband and I have always been pretty obsessive about cleaning all year round. Having a baby definitely changes that though. Cleaning multiple times a week becomes cleaning 2-3 times a month. On top of that, we have had a gazillion visitors staying with us these past couple of weeks so our house has been in desperate need of some serious cleaning and organizing!
Luckily, my good friends at OXO recently sent me a bunch of their household cleaning tools. The timing literally couldn’t be more perfect because the current state of my house has been bugging me, like to the point where I woke up one night thinking about what a mess it is. Yes, I clearly have some other issues going on here…
Anywho, I thought I would share a few of my favorite tools that have helped us get our house back into tip-top shape!
First, let’s talk about the Any-Angle Broom. This broom is an OCD person’s dream come true because it’s capable of getting into all of those hard-to-reach areas. For example, in between the fridge and counter where some of my greatest nightmares have lived. Or around those tight spaces in your bathroom. Pretty much anywhere you have a tough time reaching, this little broom can get there for you! YAY! It has a nifty handle that you can adjust to hold at whatever angle you need to hold it at. Hence, the name Any-Angle, duh!
With Easter less than a week away, I am feeling really behind on my baking. I usually like to make a couple of yummy treats to enjoy with coffee after a nice dinner. Or, you know, for breakfast…
I’ve already shared one of my Easter favorites, Italian Biscuit Cookies. Pizzelles are another favorite of mine. We make them for Christmas and Easter. If you have never had a pizzelle, it’s basically a light, waffle-like cookie that is baked in a cookie press to give it it’s unique shape and design. I love pizzelles because they are not overly sweet or too heavy.
Obviously, without the iron, it’s a little difficult to make these cookies. I highly recommend this Cuisinart Pizzelle Press. I’ve had it for years and it works great! I don’t typically like to have a bunch of appliances lying around, but this one is a must for this Italian girl!
And because I really want you guys to give these cookies a try, I am going to give away a Pizzelle press to one lucky reader as a gift from me to you! Scroll to the bottom of this post to enter!
This 4-month update is overdue, but we’ve had a busy two weeks with family in town for Maddie’s baptism. It was amazing to have so many of our loved ones come in from all over the country to celebrate our baby girl! She has been spoiled rotten while everyone was here
Life with this baby just gets better and better. She is so full of life and her little smiles and giggles just melt us into a big pile of goo!
Maddie weighed in at 12lbs. 14 oz. at her 4-month checkup. She’s still a little behind for her age, but for her, this growth has been perfect. A lot of her 3 month clothes are starting to get tight! She’s also getting delicious little rolls in her arms and legs. Gah, I want to eat them for breakfast!
When it comes to taking care of plants, I’m pretty much the worst caretaker. I don’t water them enough. I just stink at it and they always die. I have to replant my basil a few times a year it seems because either the cold or the heat destroys it. And with the lack of rain we get here in the desert, you have to stay on top of such things.
After the baby was born, I was obviously preoccupied and then the cold nights killed it and I have been without fresh basil since. So recently after buying a big beautiful plant of basil to replant in my kitchen, I wanted to just take some by the handful and eat it! Instead of eating just the leaves though, I made a quick basil mayo to use for sandwiches. And once I started thinking about sandwiches, I thought about a panini. I mean, what’s not to love? A hot and toasty sandwich with melty cheese, and in this case, basil mayo! Pretty much the stuff dreams are made of, my friends!
This simple panini is stuffed with chicken, sliced tomato, fresh mozzarella, basil mayo, and then gets pressed and grilled to perfection! This is a great sandwich to make for a fancier lunch or even for a quick dinner with a big salad.
This weekend we are baptizing our sweet baby girl. Family is flying in from all over the country and I couldn’t be more excited to celebrate this special day with our loved ones! Special occasions like this make me think about family traditions. And with Easter coming up, these Italian Biscuit Cookies are the perfect recipe to share! My family has been making these cookies for as long as I can remember every Easter. We always make them for Easter, but you can really make them for any holiday and just do whatever icing colors and sprinkles you want. They are pretty easy to make and fun to decorate with the family. I have a lot of fond memories decorating these cookies and coloring Easter eggs growing up and I can’t wait to carry on the tradition with my own little girl!
Italian Biscuit Cookies are more of a plain cookie, but by no means are they boring! They are nice and soft with just the right amount of sweetness. I really like to enjoy one of these cookies with a nice cup of coffee any time of the day! Yes, even for breakfast!
It’s starting. The hot weather. I know some of you probably want to throw garbage at me for complaining about the heat, but if you have ever lived in Phoenix, you would understand where I am coming from. We brought the baby to a spring training game last week and it was about 90 degrees and we almost died. My poor baby was so hot and started getting really mad by the 2nd inning. This can’t bode well for the summer!
So needless to say with the rising temps, I am over hot foods, especially for breakfast. I started craving overnight oats again. If you have never had overnight oats, I can tell you that some people can’t handle the texture and the fact that its cold, but I am totally down with the overnight oats! I love that I can just mix everything up the night before and have breakfast just waiting for me in the morning when I am trying to rush out the door.
My inspiration for these overnight oats came from my cinnamon roll oatmeal. I wanted to create an overnight version. Oh goodness are these yummy! Plenty of cinnamon flavor and then if you really want to treat yourself, spoon a big ol’ dollop of cream cheese topping on top and you’ve got yourself one easy, but seriously decadent but not too-bad-for-you breakfast!
My name is Stephanie. I started this blog because I like to cook and I wanted a place where I could share my recipes with family and friends and improve my cooking skills. Why the name Eat. Drink. Love.? Well, I think this is what life is all about!