Hi friends! Happy Friday! Here are my favorites this week.
I think I saw these cookies online this week, or somewhere in the internet land but they looked so good to me! I love neopolitan ice cream, so I saved this recipe to try sometime. Recipe can be found here.
I just finished this short series on Netflix, called Drink Masters. It’s just like all the baking challenge shows but with drinks! It’s a bunch of bartenders from all over, compete to be the ultimate drink master. It’s pretty amazing what they can do with drinks. I could never be a judge or contestant on these type of shows, because I like what I like, I’m not a huge fruity / weird drink person but what they come up with is really really neat! The show can be found on Netflix here.
Have absolutely no interest in trying this product, was totally influenced by the name alone. Read the comments / reviews, they are hilarious. If anyone tries these let me know! Drops can be found here.
GASTON CINNAMON ROLLS
I’ve been wanting to make homemade cinnamon rolls so bad, and when I found this recipe it looked soo good to try! Recipe can be found here.
I think I’m the only one out of my circle of people, that is following this trial but I can’t get enough. I’ll watch it everyday when I can. If Murdaugh didn’t commit these murders then who did? There is so much pointing to him being at the crime scene, it’s insane! I love watching / following trials like this, and trying to figure things out. You can follow the trial on YouTube, Court TV, pretty much any channel you google.
Happy Friday everyone, have a great weekend! And as always, thanks for reading!
2 thoughts on “Friday Favorites – Neopolitan cookies, Drink Masters, Booty drops, and more!”
Oh I just LOVE homemade cinnamon rolls. We made some one Christmas that had a coffee/maple sugar frosting on top and they were a huge hit with the whole family.
The Neopolitan cookies look adorable! I am fairly obsessed with the Murdaugh trial. I read the trial updates every day and have watched three or four documentaries about all of the events. The data from the electronic devices (son’s snapchat, cell phone data, data retrieved from his car’s electronic system) is fascinating to me!