Tried it Tuesday - Sweet Treats and a Try it For You!




It's Tuesday and time to link up with the amazing Holly from Fourth Grade Flippers for Tried it Tuesday.


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My try it is a recipe. I don't know about you but I love cream cheese, cheesecake is my all time favorite dessert. When my daughter needed a  no bake recipe to earn a Girl Guide badge we went to the handy dandy Kraft recipe e-mails (if you don't get the emails you need to sign up today - they send ideas right to you!) and found a lovely no-bake recipe with cream cheese! They are delicous and so easy. They were a huge hit at Girl Guides, on Christmas when we made them again and at my other daughter's bake sale when we made them again. Ingredients: brick of cream cheese, bag of cookies (Chips Ahoy or Oreo) and a package of Baker's chocolate.
Click on the picture to get the directions. I use one and half bricks of cream cheese just so I have more!!!
I can not find the other recipe - but it is the exact same only you use a bag of Chips Ahoy cookies and they taste like cookie dough!!!!

Now a try it for you. I found some awesome chalkboard like backgrounds that I love from The Latest Find's Make it Create and wanted to use them real bad, so I decided to redo my science experiment posters and forms. I would like you to try them too! Head over to my TpT store to get a copy - free for a limited time! They will be free until I am done with tonight's Parent Council meeting. While you are there try to leave a little feedback. Warning they do use a lot of ink to print - but I just love that background. Click on the picture to pick up a copy.





6 comments

  1. That set looks super cute. Thanks for sharing, and thanks for sharing that recipe. That looks so good.

    Hunter's Tales from Teaching

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  2. Thank you so much for the amazing recipe and the freebie. I am excited to use it in my 5th grade science class. I am new to the blogging world and would be honored if you checked out my blog! www.rosielrambles.blogspot.com.

    Rosie
    Rosie's Rambles

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  3. This looks delicious!! Yum, YUM! Thanks for sharing!
    Creating Lifelong Learners

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  4. My sister and I make something very similar to that recipe a lot. They are delicious, and always a big hit at get togethers. I like to use chalkboard backgrounds. (If you couldn't tell from my logo...) Thanks for sharing!

    Amy
    Eclectic Educating

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  5. I'm going to snatch up those chalkboard backgrounds!
    Love Oreo cake balls!!

    Deniece

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  6. That recipe is just my alley!! I have the biggest sweet tooth! Thank you for the science posters freebie. I am so glad I made it in time:)
    ~Holly
    Fourth Grade Flipper

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