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Hi, my name is Mindie May Hilton. That's me and my boys in our beautiful Northern California hometown last December. I am the blogger behind Bacon Time with the Hungry Hungry Hypo! That's me the hungry hypoglycemic. I started my blog last year when I was diagnosed. I wanted a fun name that would show I had a positive and good sense of humor. This just seemed to fit. I love to write new recipes, craft & sew at nap time, play with fashion, and live a healthy lifestyle. I try and work out everyday. Yes I like bacon, no I don't eat it everyday. On my blog you can find lots of fun free recipes, craft ideas, and tutorials. I would love for you to stop by and say hi. I do my best to have great free give aways for my followers too. Just recently one of my followers won a beautiful mommy, daughter & doll 3 piece apron set that I made. Let me tell you something you might not expect to hear from a girl who has a bacon blog. I have lost a hundred pounds and kept it off for about 5 years now. I believe that you can eat what you want within reason of course as long as you stay active.
Ok enough about me, we can chat more if you want to come visit me at my blog http://bacontimewiththehungryhypo.blogspot.com/
or at my Etsy shop http://www.etsy.com/shop/Mindiemay.
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Well as you can see from that pic, I live in a place that has snow and sometimes even in April, May & June! So lets bring on Spring with this recipe for a beautiful sweet wreath that I made just for you. I love the fact that you can change the colors to fit your holiday or season. You could even skip the food coloring and have a beautiful white wreath. I used spring colors for mine of purple, lime green, pink, and light blue.
1 Can of Pillsbury Place & Bake Crescent Rounds Dinner Rolls, 8 count
1 cup white chocolate chips
1 tsp orange extract
4 tbs honey (I used raw grade a creamy honey)
parchment paper or non stick butter flavored spray & foil
Preheat oven according to your package directions (375 F degrees). I lined a pizza pan with foil and sprayed it with a non stick spray for easy clean up. Parchment paper works best (I was out). Bake for 11 to 15 minutes or until golden brown.
Put 1/4 cup of chips into 4 separate microwave safe bowls. Add a tbs of honey to each, and 1/4 tsp extract to each. Use what ever colors you like of food coloring. I used 1 drop of red for pink in 1 bowl and 1 drop of blue for light blue. I made lime green using 3 yellow and 1 green drop. I then made purple in the last bowl with 5 red and 1 blue drop. It will only take a short time in the microwave to melt chocolate (about 1 minute for each bowl). Stir until smooth and well combined.
Move your wreath onto your serving dish and ice with your different colors. I did this while it was still hot but you could always serve it cold.
I love that they look like pretty rosettes.
Thanks Sara for having me at Sweet November today, it has been so much fun.
Happy Spring Everyone!
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