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Hello, My name is Tracey. I am a wife, sister, daughter, and mother of three. I have taken photos of my children and family members for years. My love for photography became a passion when I received my first 35mm SLR from my wonderful husband for my 1st Mothers Day. Nothing captures a moment in time like a photograph. It is my desire to capture images that reflect life's moments as you remember it.

Thomas

Thomas
Thomas is our first born son. He loves to swim, ride bikes, skate board, and body board. He loves to read and does well in school. He was named after my Dad. He is known as "The Ladies Man" at school. Chicks dig him!

Tyler

Tyler
Tyler is our "smiley" second child. He is very loving and sweet. His tries to use his smile to keep him out of trouble. He enjoys riding his bike, making sand castles, skate boarding, and sports. His smiling face will win your heart.

Tanner

Tanner
Tanner is our baby of the family. He loves to play with his big brothers and will try (and most of the time succeed) to do everything that his big brothers do! He has the funniest expressions. He is a good little fellow and a Mama's Boy.

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Monday, September 22, 2008

Cake in a Coffee Mug

A friend of mine gave me a recipe for baking a cake in a mug. I thought the boys would like it so we gave it try. They had a really good time mixing all the ingredients in the mug. You cook this cake in the microwave. They got to push the buttons and all. They had a great time and the mess wasn't bad at all!




CHOCOLATE CAKE-IN-A-MUG***
1 coffee mug
4 Tbsp. cake flour (plain, not self-rising)
4 Tbsp. sugar
2 Tbsp. cocoa 1 egg
3 Tbsp. milk
3 Tbsp. oil Small splash of vanilla
3 Tbsp. chocolate chips, optional
Add dry ingredients to mug, mix well with a fork. Add egg, mix thoroughly. Pour in milk and oil and vanilla, mix well. Add chips, if using. Put mug in microwave, and cook for three minutes on 1000 watts. Cake will rise over top of mug--do not be alarmed! Allow to cool a little; tip onto a plate if desired. Eat!

3 Shout Outs:

Kim said...

mommy little helpers they are so cute

Tiff said...

Now that is right up my sons alley. . . Pushing buttons. LOL! Sounds yummy!

Thanks for stopping by my blog yesterday!

Shana said...

I am so going to use this idea for our Count Down to Christmas. How fun would this be to make (just put the dry ingredients in a bag in the mug and add the directions) and give to teachers. :o)