I have really been loving all the cute little girl hair styles that I have been finding around the pinning world……
SO cute for Valentine’s Day! So easy to do – you can easily add a ribbon to it!! You just make your pony tail….flip the hair back through – divide. You can braid or not braid – your choice!!
Yes I know that was a little on the corny side, but that’s just how I roll….I have a very corny sense of humor 🙂
Again, Pinterest has so many cute ideas…..I feel like I have so much on my ‘to do’ list. From recipes to crafts!!! Now hair? There is also a lot of make-up tricks I want to try, I mean come on…..I know I can get my eyes to look like those girls, right?!?!?
I did this cute little hair style on my daughter this weekend, we attended a birthday party – it turned out really cute!!
Then again on Sunday for church, she wanted me to do it…this time I added braides to it!! I really think it turned out cute!!
Very easy…very simple!
Oh yes I really do like…..LOVE both 🙂 I have actually made this before. My son wanted some cinnamon rolls for breakfast – I didn’t have any, and I really didn’t want to make some from scratch (I actually have tried to do that yet, but Pioneer Woman has a fab one I want to try!).
So I asked him how he would like it if I made some “french toast muffins” ?? I always add cinnamon – it’s one of his favorites! So that is what I made.
I actaully made this not in my traditional muffin pan. I also made a cinnamon roll ‘glaze’ to go over the top instead of syrup. (Powder Sugar + Milk). These were easy to make – and fun for kids. You could easily pick these up and dip them in syrup if you wanted!
Poor eggs whites in a mixing bowl (or several eggs)
1 table spoon of vanilla
dash of milk
Cinnamon (to taste)
Bread – cut into pieces (depending on how much you are making – I used about 10 slices)
Mix eggs, vanilla, milk and cinnamon (with a fork). Put in your bread pieces, make sure your bread is fully covered. Put your pieces into your muffin tin – press down (not real tight). Sprinkle extra cinnamon on top – sugar if you want…I did not do this.
Bake at 350
Top with glaze or syrup
To make the glaze I put powder sugar into my blender and added milk – add to the consistancy that you wish – I like mine to be a little on the thick side.