Friday Frenzy August 31

Hey y’all!! I am super excited today is the last day of August. September is my absolute favorite month of the year and tomorrow is one of my favorite days of the year. College football starts and I cannot wait to cheer on my team.

I know I’ve been scarce this summer but it’s been busy and truthfully I haven’t been cooking a lot. We’ve done sandwiches a lot and I’ve been cooking basic things like tacos and spaghetti.

I’m hoping that it cools down and calms down soon because I’m itching to get back in the kitchen.

Now on to this week’s party!
Friday Frenzy

Welcome to the Friday Frenzy, the Best Food and Craft Link Party on the Web. Why is it the best?

  1. We’ll be sharing your posts on Facebook on our new Friday Frenzy page, we invite you to follow the page and share the posts
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  3. We ask all linkers to pin the featured posts of the week for even more exposure
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Hey there, heeeeyy! It’s Friday here… and probably there with you, and I am happy to say my kids are back at school (Whoohoot!). I am officially over these 100 degree days, and very much looking forward to the season of Fall. I honestly can’t be more happy to see it coming, after this crazy HOT summer! If you are also busy with on-the-go meals, meal planning, and fall treats like I am, you will love all the links folks are leaving- so many great ideas shared! Here are some great links from last week with all of this in mind!

These Delicious Things You Can Make In Your Waffle Iron, from Looney for Food is so fun! Now, I really want a waffle maker!


And for a little snack for the adults, these Oatmeal & Ale Cookies, from From Playdates To Parties look SO yummy! I love this idea for a little gift bag to bring as a hostess gift: the cookies and the beer!


And sorry-not-sorry, but these adorable Halloween ghosts had me Pinning! Julia’s Simply Southern made White Chocolate Ghost Pops into “Boo-Nanas”! Adorable~


And….my crockpot is my newest best friend in the Fall, so this Mississippi Pot Roast from My Recipe Treasures (made in the slow cooker), has my name ALL over it!

Crockpot Mississippi Pot Roast

And I know I can find candy corn already in the stores {groan}, to make this yummy Hillbilly Hash Popcorn {cheering} from Cooking with Carlee. Honestly, this may be the sole reason to buy candy corn this year! My kids would adore this~

close up of peanut butter popcorn with candy corn and peanuts

And that’s a wrap! I can’t wait to see what you are sharing with us this week! Have a wonderful holiday weekend! ~Barrie @HardlyAGoddess

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  1. Thank you for featuring our Mississippi Pot Roast. Thank you too for hosting the party. Have a great week.

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