Weekends are for brunching, right? Right. Sometimes you need a fancy brunch, and sometimes you need a rustic brunch. Enter this inexpensive and fun rustic brunch beverage station. Serve your drinks in mason jars, use popsicle sticks as stirrers, and break out the cheapest champagne you can get! After all, brunch isn’t exactly the time for consuming the good stuff. Check out this week’s Friday Frenzy, then keep on scrolling to see more photos of this rustic brunch beverage station.
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The first feature this week is these Double Chocolate Bars on a Budget from Back to My Southern Roots. Aside from looking delicious, the title contains two of my favorite words – chocolate & budget! I love frugal cooking and especially love any dessert containing sweetened condensed milk.
Next is the Cow Patty Casserole from Recipes and Ramblings with the Tumbleweed Contessa. Another one that really caught my eye from the title! I can’t see food called a cow patty and not click over to check it out haha. I love all the Tex-Mex flavors and the cornbread topping and it looks very family friendly.
Our last featured post is a tutorial from Little House Big Alaska on How to Make Calendula Salve. I love the color and since I almost always have dry skin, I’d love to make my own salve with homegrown flowers for helping to moisturize!
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