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Happy Page Update #17-34

This week on The Happy PageOkay, it was kind of a shitty week for everyone, so have some adorable kittens. Because tiny little kittens are the antithesis of hate. They don’t even know what hate is.

Adult cats, on the other hand…

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More Family Business

Yes, I finally got the rest of it done! So now there are six chapters of Family Business, and we’ve added a new – but entirely predictable, considering what else is in there – fandom to the mix.

Ever wondered who Elise’s friends in L.A. are, or who Blake’s father is? You’re about to find out. 😉

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Happy Page Update #17-33

This week on The Happy PageOur son’s birthday was last week, so this week we have a birthday – or any day – treat which just happens to be a GREAT way to use up leftover cake, jam, and sprinkles. This is actually a pretty common no-churn ice cream recipe, I chose this particular video because it was the only one that added a jam swirl.

The base recipe: 2 cups heavy whipping cream, 1 can sweetened condensed milk, 1 teaspoon vanilla
The birthday cake add-ins: Yellow cake or pound cake, rainbow sprinkles, strawberry jam

Additional instructions: To get a more even swirl, leave out the jam until you’ve spread the mixture in a pan, then put spoonfuls of jam on top and swirl it in with a butter knife before covering and freezing. You can also use leftover cake with or without frosting in place of the plain cake add-in, or you can even make a frosting swirl instead of a jam swirl. If your leftover cake has fondant or other hard-sugar decorations on it, though, remove those before using – they will freeze into inedible little chunks in your ice cream.

The Happy Page is updated every Sunday with a video that is cute or yummy or funny or inspiring or something.
Content is always relatively cheery, but not guaranteed to be safe for work – slack at your own risk!