Anne Woolley
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Mini Cinnamon Rolls

8 Minute Mini Cinnamon Rolls - made these and they were gone so quick! Super easy to make - recipe doesnt tell how much sugar/cinnamon to use. I went with cup brown sugar c. cinnamon and split that between 2 cans of dough.

Imagine painting a couple of wooden chairs or a bench outside. Or rocks lining a driveway!!!

Use this on the planters to make them glow in the dark! - Rust-Oleum Glow-In-The-Dark Brush-on Paint - BLICK art materials paint on glass light replacement ball shaped covers turn upside down in lawn or in planter.

Solar-powered, glowing flower pot does just that

Going to have to see if this actually works - Glowing Flower Pots. Paint flower pots with Rustoleum’s “Glow in the Dark” paint. Absorbs sunlight by day & glows at night. Great landscape and gardening idea.

Heavenly Pineapple Cake - Made with (2) ingredients: 1 box angel food cake and a can of crushed pineapple!! No fat, no trans fat, no cholesterol, no sodium, and it's low-fat at only 166 calories a slice (using 9x12 pan cut in 12 pieces)! This recipe is SO easy and makes a light, fluffy, sweet dessert, and it's especially tasty topped with sliced strawberries. A keeper!

Heavenly Pineapple Cake - Made with ingredients: 1 box angel food cake and a can of crushed pineapple! No fat, no trans fat, no cholesterol, no sodium, and it's low-fat at only 166 calories a slice (using pan cut in 12 pieces)!

Kitchen Confidante » If You Can’t Stand the Heat… {Part II} | Grilled Balsamic-Garlic Crusted Pork Tenderloin

Making this for dinner tonight :) Grilled balsamic-garlic crusted pork tenderloin. Making this for dinner tonight :) Grilled balsamic-garlic crusted pork tenderloin. Making this for dinner tonight :)

Eclair Cake {only 5 ingredients - so easy!}

non bake Eclair Cake.o my yum :P 1 oz) package of instant vanilla pudding mix ½ oz.) container of Cool Whip 1 ½ cups of milk 1 package of graham cracker squares tub of chocolate frosting

I have wasted countless gallon ziplock bags when traveling - just unscrew the lids and put some plastic wrap over the opening then screw the lid back on for a much easier spill solution! (Well duh! How did i not think of this)

I have wasted countless gallon ziplock bags when traveling - just unscrew the lids and put some plastic wrap over the opening then screw the lid back on for a much easier spill solution! (not quite as safe as a plastic bag, but a good idea!