How was your weekend?
Ours was crazy busy. We both had the day off on Saturday, which was amazing, but you know when you have the day off and then all you do is spend the entire day running errands that you have not had any time for? That is basically what we did (I could not remember the last time we had been to the grocery store!). Then Sunday was all about celebrations. First we went to a one-year-old birthday party complete with a mac & cheese station and music class! Then I hosted a shower with a couple other girls for my sister-in-law Kelsey. Unfortunately the rain this weekend (seriously... did NOT stop raining all weekend. Great for our plants, terrible for our party plans!) kept the shower from happening outside as planned, but we made it work! It ended up being so fun with all of Kels's close friends and fam there to celebrate her upcoming wedding (in just a little over a month! crazy.).
I made two recipes that I have never done before for Kels's shower and both turned out so good and were so easy to do! Here is a quick description of the both of them.
Jess's Crustless Spinach Quiche
2 pkg. frozen chopped spinach drained
1 lb monteray jack cheese grated
1 cup flour
1 cuo milk
1 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. salt and pepper
2 tbs butter
Set oven to 375.
Melt butter in oven in 9x13x2 pan. Remove from oven. Mix eggs well with milk. Add flour and baking powder. Combine cheese and spinach then add to egg mixture. Pour in pan, add salt and pepper to top. Bake for 35 minutes.
(I used a recipe and then kind of just added things here and there)
1 frozen can of lemonade concentrate
1 cup orange juice
2 bottles dry red wine
1 bottle white wine
1 lemon sliced
1 orange sliced
1 lime sliced
3/4 cup sugar
1 2 liter bottle of carbonated water
In a large pitcher combine everything and mix with spoon! Add carbonated water at the very end, right before serving. For best flavor, mix all ingredients a few hours before serving.
(by the way, I took all of these photos, that is why they are not as good as when my husband takes them!)