Acai Berry & White Peach Iced Tea with Mint #BrewOverIce

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One of my favorite beverages to drink in the summer is iced tea. I always order it when I go out to a restaurant but I rarely make it at home. I feel like it takes too much time and it never tastes the same. I was super excited to find out that I can use my Keurig brewer machine to make my favorite cold beverages too, including my love for iced tea.

My husband and I received our Keurig brewer for Christmas, and we could not believe how much it changed our lives. Our favorite coffee right at our fingertips in just a few minutes. We are truly addicted to it, we don’t know how we lived without it.

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Biscuits & Sausage Gravy

Hey y’all, its Madison from Wetherills Say I Do!  You can check out some of my older posts on My Cooking Spot here and here. I’d love for you to stop by my blog and check it out. I talk about things like marriage & weddings, recipes and DIY projects I love, and lessons learned in general.
What is your favorite meal of the day? Hands down mine is breakfast. I sometimes have a difficult time with breakfast though, because I don’t really eat eggs. When I was younger they made me sick to my stomach, so I’ve never really developed a taste for them. So when I stumble upon an amazing recipe for breakfast, I cherish it! 
This recipe originally comes from Steven’s dad. I posted a recipe for a Strawberry Jam Loaf from Steven’s aunt earlier, what can I say, I love family recipes! Steven’s dad made this recipe for us a few years ago. Before he made this recipe for us I had never really tried biscuits and gravy before. But man, I’m hooked now. One of the biggest benefits to this recipe is that it makes quite a bit, but sausage gravy freezes incredibly well, so you’re able to have it for a long time.



My husband and I are big sandwich people, especially when cheese is involved! We love having grilled cheese and soup for dinner this time of year. Although it is starting to get really warm here in AZ, we like to pretend it’s cold inside.

I had my first Croque-Monsieur about a year ago at a cafe for lunch one day and I couldn’t believe it took me so long to discover this amazing sandwich. A Croque-Monsieur is a French grilled cheese sandwich made with ham and Gruyere cheese, but my favorite part? The Béchamel sauce on top! It makes the sandwich so creamy! This is a sandwich that you can make for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Serve it next to a light salad or a bowl of soup and call it a day! It’s easy to make, but it looks so much fancier than your typical grilled cheese.


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Marshmallow Fluff Stuffed French Toast with Homemade Raspberry Sauce



Are you kidding me with this recipe? It is crazy good and only takes just a few extra steps to make regular french toast into something truly spectacular.

I love raspberries. Even though it is not berry season (May – Aug,) it doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy berries all through the year. I used fresh raspberries for the sauce, but frozen raspberries work just as good.

I made this recipe on a whim. I started with just a regular french toast recipe; eggs, splash half & half, dash cinnamon, dash nutmeg, splash and a half of vanilla. Mix together and dip in my bread and cook in a skillet of butter until browned and cooked through.

I then took two slices of french toast and spread one piece with marshmallow fluff and turned it into a sandwich. Cut in half and placed on plate.


Raspberry Sauce (makes 3/4 cup)

  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 2 tbsp water (if using frozen raspberries, use 1 1/2 tbsp)
  • 6 oz. raspberries

Place water and sugar in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Lower heat and bring to a simmer and add raspberries. Mash with a fork or whisk until it starts to look like a sauce or until all sugar is dissolved.