What have y’all been up to during the Quarantine? We have been watching A LOT of TV and eating! HA! No seriously, it’s not much else to do! We have have been enjoying TV together and making snacks! Last week was Easter weekend, and I planned to share this recipe during that time, but time got away from me so here we are now!
My children and husband love when I bake anything and these cookies with M&M’s are no different! I have probably met my quota of sweets over these last few weeks, but it’s what’s getting me through these days of being at home, and quarantine schooling. I’ve made these cookies before with regular colored M&M’s but since its spring and Easter just passed these cookies are perfect for adding different colors depending on the theme!
M&M’s are my husband and I go to chocolate. When we received the orders about quarantine and we stocked up at the grocery store we made sure to purchase some M&Ms. We keep them in the freezer, and they’re absolutely amazing when they’re extra cold! For some reason when Easter candy comes out I must have the pastel M&M’s…I feel like they taste different and they’re better than the regular ones! I purchased Easter M&M’s, I decided to add them to my spring sugar cookies!
Quarantine TV Show Recommendations…
I have realized Darrick and I have watched A LOT of TV during the quarantine! Some shows we watch with the kids and some we watch just the two of us when they go in their room or to bed at night.
The Big Show…Former WWE wrestler the Big Show tackles the tough challenge of raising three daughters with his wife in Florida.
One Day at a Time…One day at a Time is inspired by Norman Lear’s 1975 series of the same name. The series follows the life of Penelope, a newly single Army veteran, and her Cuban-American family, as they navigate the ups and downs of life.
Marlon…Marlon Wayans finds comedy in the stories about friends and fatherhood.
Gentefied…In Los Angeles, three Mexican-American cousins chase the American Dream, even while that dream threatens the things they hold most dear, including their neighborhood, their immigrant grandfather and the family-owned taco shop.
*The Kicks…Devin Burke and her family have moved cross-country to California and now must adjust to a new life and a new soccer team.
*Bella and the Bulldogs…Middle-school student Bella Dawson doesn’t buy into the traditional roles of boys playing football and girls being cheerleaders. The head cheerleader dreams of playing football and joins the team as the starting quarterback.
*Reminds you of shows that you will see on the Disney Channel.