Friday, July 3, 2015

July Pick 3 Linky


I'm linking up today with Pick 3:  This Month's Top Pinterest Picks hosted by Pawsitively Teaching and Inspired Owl's Corner.



I love having extra time in the summer to try out new recipes!  I saw this pin for Lemon Blueberry Cheesecake Bars, and thought I would give it a whirl in honor of National Blueberry Month!  

It's national blueberry month! Celebrate by making these Lemon Blueberry Cheesecake Bars #littlechanged
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So, I decided I needed to try to make this gluten free.  I replaced the flour with Pamela's Gluten Free Flour Blend.  I gathered up all the ingredients, which got Emmitt's interest.  He knows what happens when I cook...stuff ends up on the floor.


He was ready and waiting...


practically drooling...


It looked and smelled so good, I was practically drooling too!  The hardest part of this recipe is that it has to come to room temperature and then chill in the refrigerator for at least two hours before you can eat it!



I love this idea to make a cake out of Rice Krispie treats!

Rice crispie treat cake! All American 4th of July Party with SUCH CUTE IDEAS via Kara's Party Ideas! Full of decorating ideas, favors, printables, cakes, games, and MORE! KarasPartyIdeas.com
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I've always loved Rice Krispie treats but appreciate them even more now since they are gluten free.  They are a little dangerous though, because you can just keep eating them without feeling full!  This pin is from Kara's Party Ideas, and she has tons of tips for making your 4th of July party special.


Last but not least, this pin represents something I love to do every summer, shop at IKEA!

Inexpensive ideas for using IKEA products in the classroom. Time to go shopping!
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I always get the book boxes for my students, though we actually use them for all their folders and notebooks, but the teachers at Primary Possibilities have all kinds of suggestions for things you can pick up at IKEA to use in your classroom.  Check it out before you head back to school!


Make sure you check out all the other great pins and link up three of your own!



5 comments:

  1. I visited IKEA for the first time not long ago. What an interesting store!

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  2. You are making me hungry! Those lemon blueberry bars look so good! I'm pinning the IKEA post to check out! I will be heading there soon. Thank you for sharing and linking up! :)

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  3. The IKEA ideas look very interesting! I've actually made the Meyer Lemon blueberry bars before and they are delicious!


    ~Shyra
    Junior High Core Values

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  4. I LOVE the combination of lemon and blueberry! Love the sweet and tart :)

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  5. I think I may have to take a trip to IKEA before school starts. Lemon and blueberry, what could be better! :)

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