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I woke up this morning to a very cold house. My poor little piggies were frozen and the little one now has a "snuffy" nose. The Halloween candy has barely digested and now, we're fully immersed into the Holiday season.
I have to admit, even though the next two months will be the most hectic of the year, there's just something abut the cool air, those certain foods, the kids circling every stinkin' thing they see, in the "Wish Book", it just feels right. I have loved this time of year, since I was a kid, but now, since having my own kids, I can see that the magic doesn't just "happen", someone has to create it and as a parent, it's my job to make the magic happen and thanks to my friends at Febreze, I will have a little help.
The new "Home for the Holidays" collection, from Febreze is now available at your local Walmart store. They have candles, scented oil, warmers, spray and plug-ins. With scents like Frosted Pine, Apple Tart, Toasted Almond, Vanilla Latte, and Sugared Cranberry, there's sure to be one you will like. My personal faves are the vanilla and apple, both work nice, in any part of your home, especially the kitchen, where those "not so pleasant" smells tend to linger.
Speaking of kitchens, the kitchen is where a lot of the magic happens. From the foods we cook, to the company we have over, the kitchen is often the heart of the house. Treat your favorite people to an easy treat, inspired by the #FebrezeHoliday collection.
This yummy treat is super easy to throw together and can even be a fun spin on breakfast, for the weekends, when everyone is home to enjoy it. Simply dice a few apples, add a 1/2 cup of water, 1/4 cup of brown sugar, a Tbsp of flour, a dash of salt and a splash of vanilla, to a pan, bring to a boil, then let simmer, covered, on low for about 10-15 minutes, until soft. Preheat your oven to 375 and bake prepared apple mixture into wonton wraps or flatbread wraps, as I have used here. Bake for about 10 minutes, then cool and serve. Even Micah's picky self loved this easy treat. If cooking isn't really your thing, you could try one of these fun coffee filter trees.
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