Single Serving Fruity Pebbles Marshmallow Treat

Fruity Pebbles Marshmallow Treats

Sometimes people tell me I”m creative.

Well, I know for sure my mom tells me that.

I”m not so much creative as I am a problem solver.?  You know what”s a problem in my kitchen??  Leftovers!

Leftovers from this s”mores bar

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Leftovers from these cookies

Fruity Pebbles Sugar Cookies

So, leftover plus my inability to keep from snacking on marshmallows and handfuls of cereal (I”m a classy lady) equals a super creative situation.

Now, who doesn”t love a good single serve, microwavable dessert (like this chocolate cherry cake or this peanut butter cereal cake)?

If anyone doesn”t love a quick and delicious dessert…I don”t want to know a thing about it.

All the cool kids are doing it.

Single Serving Marshmallow Treat Dessert (featuring Fruity Pebbles!)

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1-Minute Dessert: Sea Salt Chocolate Cherry Cake

Some days are chocolate cake days.
When you drop your stud earring on the floor, then step on it thumb tack style.  That’s a chocolate cake day.
When you leave your keys in your car and the engine running and it takes you like half-an-hour to realize it and run back outside in a panic.  Um, chocolate cake day.
When your boss is out of town and the phone rings about 20 times.  And every time it’s him.  Yeah, get you some chocolate cake for that day.
All of these are possible reasons why you need to shove this cake in your face.
But you don’t really need a reason.

1-Minute Sea Salt Chocolate Cherry Cake

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7 Food and Drink Kickstarters You Never Knew You Needed But Definitely Do

Crowdfunding phenom Kickstarter has helped indie projects raise more than $50 million, launching everything from debut albums and documentaries to pop-up cupcake shops and European vacations. They have also brought the world 7 amazing foodie inventions we never knew we needed but definitely do.

7. Microwave Popcorn That’s Not Gross

When you think about it, microwave popcorn is really a quite ingenious invention. But why does it have to taste like licking the top of a paint can? The Quinn Popcorn Kickstarter came up with a way to make micro popcorn that strips it of all that chemical crap and covers it in natural flavors like parmesan-rosemary and lemon-sea salt.
Result: Success! $27,880 raised. Au natural popcorn to hit shelves soon.

6. Edible Jello Cups

Death to plastic cups at keg parties. One day, every disposable cup will be an edible, disposable vehicle made out of Jello.
Result: Raised $10,429; Edible cup molds currently in testing stage.

5. Pedal-Operated Butter Churner

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been sitting in the kitchen, struggling with my appliances and wondering, why isn’t there one simple machine that allows you to pedal a bike that powers a toaster AND churns butter to put on the toast?
Result: Success! $1,505 raised. Butter bike officially invented.

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