Petite-Summer-Fruit-Cobblers ~T~ Love this recipe because you can use any kind of fruit, fresh or frozen. Making them in the little canning jars makes them perfect for a summer picnic or large outdoor affair. Top with home made ice cream.
Liquid Measurements Free Printable - Here is a great visual printable that helps you remember liquid measurements and conversions!
Another pinner said: I add each cat chased 8 mice (ounces). I know it doesn't start with O, but they are small and so are ounces. Plus the kids always think it is so funny that the kingdom/castle becomes infested with mice!---I teach the Big G, but I like the story that goes with it...might help some kiddos!
It’s all about the details — pretty prints, pint jars, wildflowers and even a bit of burlap.
Cheesecake in a Jar: Ingredients: 1 ½ cups of Crushed Graham Crackers 1/4 cup of Sugar ¼ cup of Butter, Melted 3 pkgs of 8oz Cream Cheese, Softened 1 can of 14oz Sweetened Condensed Milk (NOT evaporated milk ) 3 Eggs 2 Tsp Vanilla ( I eyeball it ) 12 Half Pint Jars (I found these at Fred Meyer, but you could also find at Safeway, Lowe’s, Home Depot,etc. I paid around $10 for the dozen)
Second Grade Measurement Worksheets: Measurement Mania: Cups, Pints, and Quarts | Week 13 at home
Take any boxed cake mix that you want and a pint of whatever ice cream you want. Omit all of the extra ingredients that it tells you on the box to put in the cake mix and instead mix the dry ingredients with your softened ice cream. Bake cake following directions on box. Glaze as you wish. This sounds too good to be true, but I am definitely gonna try it!!