West Elm

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This past Saturday, Ravishing Rabbit had a chance to set up a pop up shop at West Elm Jax. We loved having the opportunity to set up shop, and had such a great time chatting with new people. We will be at the Vagabond Flea Market in Hemming Park Jacksonville, FL again on October 10th, and we cannot wait!

We are always coming up with new products to offer at Ravishing Rabbit. We have just recently added handmade necklaces, along with handmade clutches. We just opened up our Etsy Shop, so go take a look at our new necklaces and clutches.

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Vagabond Flea Market

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We neighbored with Tiffany from Stitch Craft Vintage and can’t wait to share a tent with her again. ravishing rabbit (20 of 20)

This past Friday, the girls and I set up a Ravishing Rabbit booth at the Vagabond Flea Market in Jacksonville, FL. It was a great day and we loved meeting people in the community. We are so excited to come back next month. This is definitely the beginning of something awesome for us; it’s safe to say we love the Flea.

We are hoping the weather will be better next month! It rained before the Flea started and again at 2pm; 3 hours before the end of the market. We still did well despite the weather and the early close time. We had so much fun breaking down during pouring rain in a foot of water. It was rough but we made it with spirits high. It was worth it and we will be back.

Rice Krispies Treats Two Ways

I detest the taste of store bought Rice Krispies treats, especially when they are SO easy to make! They are the first dessert I reach for at a party.  The recipes below are both actually brown butter Rice Krispies treats. I went through a brown butter stage, and brown butter really gives depth to an other wise ordinary Rice Krispies treats taste.

You will need Kellogg’s Rice Krispies cereal, new Captain Crunch Sprinkled Donut Crunch cereal, salted butter, marshmallows, and vanilla extract. untitled (1 of 1)

For the Sprinkled Donut Crunch Rice Krispies Treats

  1. In a large saucepan, melt 1/4 cup butter over low heat till the butter browns at the bottom, and smells like caramel. Take off heat as soon as the bottom is brown. The butter should not be black.
  2. Add 4 cups of mini marshmallows to the saucepan with the brown butter, and stir till all the marshmallows are melted.
  3. Add 5 cups of Kellogg’s Rice Krispies cereal, and 1 cup of Captian Crunch Sprinkled Donut Crunch cereal to the marshmallow mixture, and stir till all the cereal is coated with the melted marshmallow.
  4. Spread with a buttered spatula into a 13 x 9 x 2-inch pan coated with softened butter, or you can just put some parchment paper, or wax paper down, and spread the Rice Krispies treats on the paper, if you don’t have a pan.
  5. Cool and cut into squares.

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For Regular Brown Butter Rice Krispies Treats

  1. Follow the recipe for the the Sprinkled Donut recipe above, but before adding the Rice Krispies to the marshmallow mix, add 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract, and not pictured above, but you can also add 1 teaspoon of cinnamon for even more depth.
  2. Next, add 6 cups of Rice Krispies cereal to the marshmallow mixture, and stir till coated.
  3. Follow steps 4 and 5 of the Sprinkled Donut Rice Krispies to finish.

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This recipe is really simple! It’s hard to eat just one!

What recipes have you tried lately? Also, what recipes would you like to see me post? I still have a cake pop recipe to share.

60’s Pantsuit

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This 60’s pantsuit was a wonderful find that I bought from the thrift store. If you can believe it, this pantsuit was only $1! The pattern and material is to die for, and it fits, so that’s always a bonus.  I wanted to do my hair to go along with the 60’s vibe and I took inspiration from Ann Margret. She had large full red curls and was beautiful. My hair isn’t as full as hers, but Florida humidity tends to get in the way. I borrowed a vintage necklace from my sister, and wore my wooden platforms from Urban Outfitters. This is more of a theme shoot, but it was so fun.