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Happiness is Homemade: Food, Science Fun, and Unicorns

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 Welcome back to the Happiness is Homemade Link Party!

Happy Memorial Day weekend!

Officially, or unofficially (however, you choose to see it) it’s the start of BBQ season and summer fun! Time to bring the grilling recipes, the summer decor, and the outside fun to the party! Let Happiness is Homemade help you in planning your next BBQ or summer-themed party with all of that and more.


Skittles Rainbow Science Experiment from Fun with Mama

Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Tuna Jalapeno Poppers from Confessions of a Mommyaholic

Unicorn Birthday Slumber Party from Bird’s Party

Sesame Noodle Bowl from Oat & Sesame


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  1. Thanks Lisa for hosting this swell link party. Long weekend means I have plenty of time to relax and read (one of my favorite activities). My share this week is Tips to Reduce Clutter and Organize Living Space. Although it’s not a food recipe post or conventional DIY project, it does take thought and attention to beautify our homes by de-cluttering. Hope you and your readers enjoy. Nancy A @ obloggernewbie.blogspot.com

    1. Nancy, All posts are welcomed on the party!! I can’t wait to check your tips out as I am constantly de-cluttering and organizing. It seems like it’s never-ending! Keep your posts coming!

  2. I shared two of my all-time favorite German recipes – Bienenstich Cake (bee sting cake), which is a creamy, honey-flavored cake with toasted almonds….and German Crustless Cheesecake, which isn’t made with cream cheese but with German quark! Don’t worry if you don’t have quark…you can make it at home or use greek yogurt. Both desserts are so delicious and easy to make.

    Thanks for hosting – there’s always so many great contributions to check out!