This basil custard is surprisingly delicious. You might be thinking why is this called a custard and not just ice cream?! Well the reason is because the quantity of egg yolks used, which makes it thicker and richer in texture than a regular ice cream.
Lemon Bar Recipe
This is the classic recipe for lemon bars, I made an alteration because I always find the lemon […]
Sunflower growth tracker
I design this free printable because this will be our third year growing sunflowers, and every year we […]
Whimsical Ocean Birthday party
This Whimsical Ocean Birthday party was an inspiration of the venue were we celebrate Mia’s 4th birthday. I […]
Hibiscus and Mint Popsicle Recipe
A couple of months ago I try The Good Pop Hibiscus popsicles at HEB as soon as I […]
Celebrating 4th of July
Being bicultural means that we have and combine the cultural attitudes and customs of two nation, in our case USA and Guatemala. I’m still learning about USA culture. Having a daughter that was born here and living in this country, motivates me to enhance more the American culture in our home. Here I share with you some fun ideas to enjoy and connect with your children this 4th of July.
Fun and Free things to do at Galveston
Free doesn’t have to mean boring, I bet you will have so much fun with this activities you will want to make them every time you visit Galveston.
Coconut Popsicles recipe
This coconut popsicles recipe is really easy, because you just need a few ingredients and they are delicious, […]
Sesame Street Bay Of Play SeaWorld San Antonio
Disclosure: My family and I were given complimentary tickets. I was no financially compensated for this post. All […]
Overnight oatmeal in a jar, Mango and Matcha
I had seen lots of overnight oatmeal in a jar recipes lately and I decided to give them […]