Gummy Bear Popsicles:
The idea is pretty self explanitory, put gummy bears and sprite together in a popsicle mold and in couple of hours you will have these adorable and tasty gummy bear pops.
Well that was not the case. The gummy bears inside the frozen soda turn rubbery and mushy and are hard to eat. The rest of the popsicle is pretty good I guess but definitley not worth the time and effort it took for me and my cousin Anita to walk to the grocery store and back with a bottle of soda and some gummy bears.
And I'm sorry for the extremely unappealing photo. But it was pretty gross.
As part of my bucket list I donated two garbage bags full of clothes to Goodwill. And afterwards I went shopping to fill the holes I had created in my closet with some new items.
I picked up a swimsuit from aerie, flowy blue flowered shorts and new pair of high waisted crops from aeropostale and some strappy gladiator-like sandals from Marshalls.
Now I just can't wait to wear them!
I remember puppy chow being the most sought after item at ever bake sale I ever attended as a little kid. And until this summer I had never made it myself. So I decided to try it! I didn't use much of a recipie and it turned out great. First I melted some chocolate chips and peanut butter in a double boiler. Then I poured it over nine cups of chex mix cereal. After I mixed it to coat the whole mixture evenly I put it in a large ziploc bag and poured some powdered sugar over the whole thing and shook the bag until evenly coated. It was just as delicious as I remembered!