We made these spinach and tomato crescent puffs for a Halloween get-together one year, and they’ve been a go-to recipe any time we’re invited somewhere last-minute and don’t want to show up empty handed. Super easy recipe and delish!
Easy Spinach & Tomato Crescent Puffs
(This recipe is adapted from a similar one on First For Women)
- 1 1/2 cup fresh spinach, chopped
- 1/3 cup minced scallions
- 1 pkg. (8 oz.) refrigerated crescent roll dough
- 1/4 cup diced sun-dried tomatoes
- 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- garlic powder
- salt and pepper
This Halloween commercial is hilarious! I just watched it three times in a row and had to share. Must watch!
EDITOR’S UPDATE: Because Instagram’s logo usage terms have recently changed, my Instagram Signs now feature a new, refreshed look! Check out this post to see the current custom hashtag sign offerings within my shop. Thanks!
I’m happy to share a few new items in the Etsy wedding shop! Please come take a minute to see what’s new >
We had so much fun creating these handmade wooden crates – perfect for wedding reception centerpieces!
Happily Ever After customizable wedding sign >
Thank you cards for your bridesmaids (and they have your wedding date printed on the back!) >
Wedding Instagram sign to display your cusom hashtag to encourage guests to help capture your special day!
I’m so thankful that our home is located in an ideal part of Scottsdale for our lifestyle. It’s nestled right up against the mountains with access to some great hiking and biking trails, but also nearby a few of the most delectable restaurants our city has to offer. In even more contrast, we have some hidden gems… boutiques, urban wineries and horse stables tucked away in residential areas that we often ride by on our bikes, but have never stopped in to see. The Simple Farm has always been one of those places on our list of “someday we should stop there” things and today one of my best girlfriends and I finally checked it out.
The Simple Farm is a lot like heaven in Scottsdale. Just three steps in as we walked past some raised gardens filled with chard, rhubarb and basil and through a charming front gate, we were greeted by the friendly and hospitable Lylah and Michael, owners and resident farmers, who welcomed us to their home and farm. Coffee and fresh baked breads and pastries from Grano De Vita lined the patio, and inside we found fresh veggies and of all kinds available for purchase in their market.
From fig trees to wildflowers, this urban farm is lush with vegetation and their is evidence of their ideas about fresh, natural, simple foods everywhere we looked.