I received compensation from McDonald’s in exchange for writing this review. This is a sponsored post, all opinions are my own.
I’m a HUGE foodie so I was excited to attend an event at Mcdonald’s to try the new signature crafted sandwiches. Sorry in advance to my healthy friends but I love McDonald’s! When I was in school I would go to McDonald’s just to grab an Oreo Mcflurry. We started the event with a mini tour of the Kitchen with Chef Mike who came to visit from Chicago. He made each sandwich from scratch and all of the ingredients are fresh every single day. The three sandwiches that were offered were Maple Bacon Dijon, Pico Guacamole, and Sweet BBQ Bacon.
I ordered the Sweet BBQ Bacon sandwich with crispy buttermilk chicken. I don’t like BBQ sauce on my sandwiches but this BBQ sauce was tangy and sweet. The perfect addition to the sandwich. Along with these signature crafted sandwiches, McDonald’s is offering new “Just For You” customer experiences at select stores. As of May 5th, 11 stores currently have table service, touchscreen self-order kiosks, or mobile pay options. We ended the night with the ladies of Sip and Script and I learned some basic calligraphy tips. I wasn’t the best but it was such a fun activity to end with. Check out their event page to see what’s coming up on the schedule.
After a few failed attempts I’m learning how to bake again. I found a recipe on Pinterest and I made mini Oreo cheesecakes. Cheesecake is so good and I LOVE Oreos so why not make something sweet to enjoy during the weekend. This recipe has 7 ingredients and I had most of them I had in my apartment which was very helpful. I’m not afraid to admit that I can eat two sleeves of Oreos in one sitting. They’re the best!
The end product came out so good! I honestly thought I would destroy them in the oven but I succeeded at baking WOOO! It’s the perfect way to get some sweets in without feeling guilty. Well you might because the amount of cookies, butter and sugar you use is insane but insanely delicious! Let me know if you try this recipe! Trust me it’s so good. Obviously it’s not going to look exactly like the recipe photos from the link but I tried!
Ingredients – for the full breakdown click this link – I followed the recipe from The First Year Blog
*Extra Oreo crumbs for the cheesecake batter*
Photography: Nick Carter
I really REALLY like Pinterest! Every since I started using it I actually look forward to cooking and creating things. Pinterest is full of DIY projects and apartment decor inspiration. My favorite part of the day is going through my Pinterest and finding new items to add on my boards. I have 14 boards ranging from personal style to breakfast ideas. Each week I want to share some of my favorite pins with you so you can see what I’m currently into and hopefully inspire you to get creative during your free time.
Some quick tips that could help you get out of bed and workout in the morning.
2.Healthy Rice Bowl Dinner Options
Quick and easy dinner options are great for people who have an odd work schedule. Rice doesn’t take long to make and veggies only take a few minutes to cook. Click the link for some delicious rice bowl recipes.
3.Chicago Travel Guide
Nick and I are going to Chicago in April! I’ve always wanted to check this city off my travel list and I finally get to in the spring! A weekend full of deep dish pizza, museums and brunch!
4.Avocado and egg in a hole
I look forward to waking up on the weekends and cooking something new. I’m definitely trying this on a Saturday morning.
5.Thai Chicken Lettuce wraps
I made these one night and they were delicious. I want to experiment with different flavors and ingredients. The Thai Chicken sounds great.
6.Homemade chocolate chip cookies
I’ll be honest with you, I’m terrible at baking. The last batch of homemade chocolate chip cookies I made turned out so bad! In time, I’ll be a decent baker but for now, I’ll Pinterest the best recipes and keep trying.
First, let me thank Buzzfeed for putting this amazing how-to food video on Facebook. Without you.. these delicious rolls wouldn’t be possible. I wanted breakfast for dinner and this HAD to be part of the meal. I also cooked some turkey bacon and eggs to put on the side because no breakfast is complete without BACON! These rolls were very filling I had about two before I tapped out. I bought crustless bread to make the process easier. Also you need a rolling pin to flatten the bread. Spread a good amount of cream cheese on the bread and sprinkle the chopped up fruit on top. In a separate bowl mix two eggs, a dash of milk (since the rolls are small you don’t need a lot of milk) and cinnamon. While the skillet is heating up spread some butter around so your rolls don’t stick. After a few minutes you have perfection!
Strawberries (or any fruit of your choice)
2 eggs mixed into a bowl with a dash of milk and cinnamon