GillyHopper Blog is a unique family-oriented blog showcasing the inspiration and antics of a family of homeschoolers and rescued animals. It is a place to share and enjoy love of family. Join us as we cook, craft, learn and explore!

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  • Food For Thought…And Please, Don’t Microwave ItI do not like microwaves.  I never have.  I distrusted the technology they use from the beginning- though I am not a naturally distrustful person and I actually love technology.  The possibilities new technologies have for improving our lives are...
  • Applesauce Spice Cake with Maple Cream Cheese FrostingThere is something special about a simple applesauce cake.  Maybe it is in the name itself.  How could something as sweet as the word “applesauce” ever go wrong?  It might be in the warmth of the spices.  Cinnamon, ginger and …...
  • Not Too Spicy Trail MixThis trail mix is a variation of Deviled Chex Mix.  I don’t like using a microwave and I always use organic ingredients whenever I can.  We like the cheddar bunnies and pretzels a lot and we love nuts so I … Continue reading →...
  • The Hike
    on Feb 14, 2013 in Current Fun Learning The Hike
    We decided to do something a little different this year for Valentine’s Day.  We usually go to our favorite local candy store and buy a lot of dark chocolate and a few cute stuffed animals.  And as much as we … Continue reading →...
  • Pizza Dough- the easy, healthy, super-yummy kind we love.
    on Feb 11, 2013 in Current
    Here it is!  Our favorite pizza dough recipe topped with our favorite toppings.  I love this dough because it is almost fail proof, has the added health benefit of wheat bran and it is absolutely delicious.  Making pizzas is a … Continue rea...
  • Chocolate Lollipops
    on Feb 10, 2013 in Current
    I did a little experiment.  I wondered if the girls would be slower to eat chocolate candy they made themselves.  Melting the chocolate and filling the squeeze bottles, then into the molds and carefully placing the lollipop sticks into each …...
  • Retro Valentine’s Day Cards
    on Feb 8, 2013 in Current
    We made retro Valentine’s this year and we had a blast!  There are tons of retro designs that you can save and print online in any size you like.  Most of the Valentine designs we chose were from the 1950′s … Continue reading U...
  • Sunday Sausage Soup
    on Feb 4, 2013 in Current Recipes
    I loved the idea of a delicious bean soup with a beautiful slice of herb butter bread on the side for a cold winter’s evening meal.  However, I could not find a bean soup that was the slam-dunk-home-run I was … Continue reading →...
  • Good Ole French Toast
    on Feb 1, 2013 in Current Recipes
    This is a quick and easy happy day maker recipe.  Perfect for Valentine’s Day or any day you want to start off with big smiles.  You won’t have much work washing dishes either because this is a lick the plate … Continue reading &#...
  • Easy Money! And Time, Too.
    on Jan 31, 2013 in Current
    This is how we do it.  All you need to practice counting money is, well, money!  We keep our savings in a locked vault…as you can see.  A dry erase board is great for playing “Show Me The Money.”  Write … Continue reading...
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