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The prettiest way to cook eggs is also the easiest - just use colorful edible molds. Slice bell peppers horizontally into thick rings, removing any seeds. Add olive oil to a nonstick skillet to cover the bottom & heat over medium-low. Once the skillet is hot, add the pepper slices & crack an egg into each one. Cover & cook until the egg whites are set, about 5 - 8 minutes, then sprinkle with salt & pepper. The Day...Your Way on Facebook

Pigs in Mud Cake...Such a fun idea. The outside is made from Kit Kats. Find more cool ideas on our Facebook page: The Day...Your Way

.Tomato Tulip Appetizers *roma tomatoes *green onions for the stems *farmers cheese for filling (you could use goats cheese or cottage cheese) *pickles in filling (you could use cucumbers or fresh herbs) *salt and pepper Lovely presentation of summer's bounty of tomatoes! Find more great ideas on Facebook page: The Day...Your Way

What a cute cake for St. Patrick's Day by Arty Crafty Cakes in Tustin. Find her on Facebook.

Pizza Kabobs The Lineup: Focaccia bread, Canadian bacon, pepperoni, fresh mozzarella, cherry tomatoes Make It: Fold Canadian bacon into quarters first; brush skewers with olive oil before you grill kabob. Serve with: Pizza sauce

Pumpkin Spice Muffins ~ TWO ingredients!! No oil, no eggs, no water!! And they were yummy!!

Bacon, egg and toast cups LOVE these!! Will be trying them soon!

No Bake Hamburger Cookies (yes, the lettuce is dyed coconut!)

Birthday Cake

From Kit Kat candy to Chocolate Croissants! Find MORE ideas like this on my Facebook page: The Day...Your Way! Ingredients • 8 Kit Kat bars (1 king size, 3-oz. package) • 1 can Pillsbury Crescent Rolls dough (8-oz. package) • 1 egg (optional, for brushing) Make It 1. Preheat oven to 350 degree F. 2. Place a Kit Kat bar at the bottom of each dough triangle and roll loosely. 3. If desired, lightly brush each crescent with a bit of egg wash to give them a sheen once baked. 4. Bake crescents on a cookie tray for 11 to 13 minutes, or until golden brown. Makes 8 crescents. SO EASY!! SO YUMMY!!!