Five Friday Finds #182 | Morsels of Life

Five Friday Finds #182

Morsels of Life - 5 Friday Finds

If there's one thing that indicates springtime in North Carolina, it's pollen. Pine pollen everywhere! Thick, yellow coats of pollen, and when there's a rain, streams of yellow.





Hope you enjoy these Five Friday Finds! And please link up your recipes below. You might even get featured! :) (Images come from the recipes and are pinned on Pinterest.)



Starting off with the most popular!


Bread Scrolls

You just can't beat a good pan of scroll rolls!


And continuing with the featured recipes!


Cheese Crackers

Imagine making your own cheese crackers - not as hard as you might think! :)


Ice Cream

I remember making ice cream this way in school. Such a fun way to demonstrate scientific principles!


Lemon Tassies

Don't these look like such a wonderful and refreshing summer treat?


Classic Meat and Cheese Lasagna

Sometimes, you just gotta have the classic!




Hope you all have a fun and delicious weekend!


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16 comments:

  1. Yummy picks this week. I like seeing how others make their lasagnas. Thanks for hosting another week of great food.

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  2. Hi CJ. An indicator of spring in Florida means many beautiful flowers and the beginning of hot weather. You're so sweet for featuring our Classic Meat and Cheese Lasagna! Thank you so much and for the wonderful party each week, I appreciate you! ~Heather

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  3. The features all look great! Thanks for hosting, have a great weekend!

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  4. Thank you for including my lemon tassies in your features this week, CJ! There are always so many wonderful recipes linked up- I look forward to Friday so I can browse Morsels of Life :)

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  5. Thank you so much for featuring our homemade ice cream! Love your blog and all the great recipes you spotlighted here :)

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  6. Thank you so much for featuring my scroll recipe. It was a real treat (sorry pun intended) to stop by and link up and see my scrolls. What a blessing. Thanks for the great link up. Blessings

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  7. How exciting to see my crackers featured. I have put your button on site for all to see. Thanks as always for hosting.

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  8. I love how easy cheese crackers are to make! Please do grab a button. :) Thanks for sharing!

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  9. I've never seen savory scrolls, and I'm looking forward to trying them now! Thanks for sharing, and grab a button if you will. :)

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  10. Easily one of the funnest and yummiest experiments we did in school! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  11. Me too! I love all the yummy recipes everyone shares. :)

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  12. Thanks for stopping by and sharing! :)

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  13. Beautiful flowers sounds wonderful! I'm not sure if I'm up for some Florida hot weather though. :) Thanks for stopping by and sharing each week!

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  14. I agree! Definitely like finding out how others make various recipes. :)

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  15. Thanks for the party, CJ!
    We have beautiful spring flowers, but also pecan and oak pollen. My car always ends up with a thick layer of pollen on top of it!

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  16. Definitely get a thick layer on the car...and everything else! :) Thanks for stopping by!

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