Cava Foods Snacks in Minutes

Cava Foods Harissa + Tzatziki create two tasty snacks to make for parties + drop-in guests! - DC Girl in Pearls

Tis the season for visitors! Typically of the last-minute variety. While it’s easy to pull out a bag of chips or caramel popcorn, that’s also an easy way to pack on those holiday lbs. Personally, with the holiday parties and cookies and cocktails, my clothes have been feeling a bit snug lately. No bueno.

I’ve long documented my love for Cava Mezze + Cava Grill on Instagram but did you know about Cava Foods? Yup, that’s right. You can pick up their spicy harissa, crazy feta, tzatziki along with a variety of hummus at Whole Foods in DC. And good news for you New York (City, that is) folks because Cava Foods is now in your neck of the woods. You lucky so-and-so.

My big motivations for this project: create snacks that are healthy, easy to make and no bake. Why no bake? Welp, my oven has been on the outs lately and I don’t trust it one bit. No worries though, this just means you’re one step closer to a delicious snack for you and your guests! And by guests, I mean Netflix. On your couch.

First up…Spicy Mediterranean Margherita “Pizza”

Spicy Mediterranean Margherita Pizza with Cava Foods ready in minutes for guests or a late night hunger pang - DC Girl in Pearls

Ingredients

Pita bread

Cava Harissa

Tomatoes

Feta

Other veggies, make it your own!

Directions

Spread harissa on the pita + top with feta + veggies! That’s it! Super easy. If you do have a working oven that isn’t being a total diva, you can bake the pita for about 8 minutes on 425.

Spicy Mediterranean Margherita Pizza with Cava Foods ready in minutes for guests or a late night hunger pang - DC Girl in Pearls

If you’re looking for more of a crunch in your snack…

Greek Nachos!! The beauty of this snack is you can add a bag of romaine lettuce to the leftovers and BAM, instant Greek salad for lunch tomorrow. See you never, #saddesklunch!

No Bake Greek Nachos with Cava Foods ready in minutes for guests or a late night hunger pang - DC Girl in Pearls

Ingredients

Pita Chips

Feta

Kalamata Olives

Tomatoes

Cucumbers

1 Harissa: 2 Tzatziki

Banana Peppers (optional)

Directions

Combine all dry ingredients in a bowl. In a separate bowl, combine the Harissa and Tzatziki and spoon on top of the “nachos.”

No Bake Greek Nachos with Cava Foods ready in minutes for guests or a late night hunger pang - DC Girl in Pearls

No Bake Greek Nachos with Cava Foods ready in minutes for guests or a late night hunger pang - DC Girl in Pearls

If you’re a Cava fan like myself, I’m working on a couple awesome New Year’s Resolution-friendly recipes using Cava Foods so check back in January for those dishes!

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Champagne Taste, Beer Budget Guide (Part Deux)

When I think of the sounds of the holiday season, I think of Christmas carols + Mariah Carey but I also think of three little noises: pop, fizz, clink. That’s right, we’re talking champagne today. Nothing says celebration quite like the popping sound of a bottle of champagne. I almost always jump when I hear it even if I’m the one opening it!

Champagne can be a bit intimidating: you know the pricey labels like Veuve and then there’s the inexpensive brands perfect for making mimosas on the weekend. But what about the middle ground? Where are the great champagne taste on a beer budget options?

Last year, I created a guide to champagne deals and decided my little guide needed a facelift. The Guide Part Deux has some great champagne deals so just start with the Veuve and work your way from left to right on each line to go from pricey to reasonable. Don’t worry, there’s a great selection of mid-priced champagne that packs the taste without emptying your wallet ; ) 

And if you REALLY want to get into the bubbly spirit (and why wouldn’t you?), I created larger-than-life champagne bubbles perfect for your Christmas and New Year’s Eve parties. Ch-ch-check it out here! BAM! Or more like, POP!

The Champagne Guide for the girl on a budget - lots of great bubbly for under $20! - DC Girl in Pearls

 Veuve Clicquot: $45 // Moet: $45 // Perrier Jouet: $40

Charles de Marques: $20 // Chandon: $18 // Blason de Bourgogne: $14 // Fleuraison: $12

Louise d’ Estree: $8 // Cecelia Beretta Prosecco Treviso: $8 // Schloss Biebrich: $5.50

Trader Joe’s Blanc de Blancs: $4.50

Of the mid-priced champagnes, I personally feel like the best bang for your buck is the Chandon. I love the crisp brut taste and come on, who can resist their holiday labels?! Nobody, that’s who. I minored in Marketing in college so you’d think I’d be smarter than to fall for shiny packaging. Nope. Not even a little bit. Those shiny labels see me comin’ a mile away.

I also love the Fleuraison, it’s definitely brut but will be easy to sip for those who don’t like that dry sensation. And you really can’t beat the $12 price tag.

If you’re looking for a champagne for New Year’s Day brunch, Trader Joe’s Blanc de Blancs is where it’s at. At $4.50 a pop (giggle), Blanc de Blancs was practically designed to be purchased in bulk for Sunday brunch. It mixes just as well with orange juice as it does with blood orange soda if you’re looking for a different take on the morning cocktail staple. Or mix the Blanc de Blancs with orange juice AND blood orange soda. Not a bad way to ring in 2015!

Do you have a favorite champagne to add to the guide? Or a fun mimosa recipe? Please share!

Note: These prices may vary based on location. Prices calculated for DC area.

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DIY Snickerdoodle Cookie Butter

Make cookie butter at home with leftover Christmas cookies!! - DC Girl in Pearls

Phew, you know how on Monday I had to hold off on a post until today otherwise I’d ruin a Christmas surprise? Operation Christmas Cookie Butter is a go so I’m happy to share my snickerdoodle cookie butter with you all!

In case you’re new here, I’m in a serious relationship with Trader Joe’s though I do cheat with Wegman’s (shhh). My love of Trader Joe’s means yes, I do pray at the altar of Speculoos Cookie Butter. I have a raging sweet tooth that likes to be especially obnoxious around 10pm so I like to keep a jar of cookie butter in my pantry for emergencies. A spoonful of cookie butter does wonders for the soul. Take that, chicken noodle soup!

The last couple of weeks have been Cookie City for me with Christmas cookie exchanges left and right. I love parties and I love cookies but my goodness, my kitchen was a nonstop disaster zone. I couldn’t bear to look at another snickerdoodle cookie. But snickerdoodle cookie butter is a whole other story…

Make cookie butter at home with leftover Christmas cookies!! - DC Girl in Pearls

I baked my snickerdoodles as planned and then when they were still warm from the oven, I pulverized ‘em. That’s right, I put them in a Ziploc baggie and mashed them with a rolling pin (read: wine bottle). With Christmas around the corner, this month has felt like a nonstop whirlwind so beating my delicious cookies into a cookie powder was pretty damn therapeutic. If you want to stop here, you totally can and that cookie dust will taste wonderful sprinkled on cakes or added to pie crust. But let’s take one step further and you will have wonderful delicious cookie butter to save you from holiday stress!

In fact, I think it’s time for a poem dedicated to my love for cookie butter:

Oh cookie butter, 

I love you so much

People probably think I’m a nutter. 

I love you on pretzels, I love you on waffles

All the things I can put you on truly baffles. 

Okay, now we’ve solidified I won’t be running off and becoming a poet anytime soon, let’s talk cookie butter recipe!

Make cookie butter at home with leftover Christmas cookies!! - DC Girl in Pearls

Ingredients (for one serving: approximately 1.5 cups)

Approximately 6-8 snickerdoodle cookies

1/2 cup, butter

1/2 cup, sweetened condensed milk

1/4 cup, evaporated milk

Directions

1. Bake cookies per recipe.

2. While cookies are still warm, place in food processor and pulse until it forms a powder. If you don’t have a food processor like me, place the cookies in a Ziploc baggie and beat with a rolling pin (or like I said, a wine bottle). If you go the rolling pin way, it might not be as smooth but hey, it’s still cookie butter and will still be delicious! It’s the best kind of win-win.

3. In a saucepan, melt 1/2 cup of butter. Add the sweetened condensed milk and evaporated milk, stir to mix.

4. Place the cookie powder in a large bowl and slowly pour the butter-milk mixture into the bowl. Using a spatula, combine the ingredients and then refrigerate the mixture for about an hour.

Note: If you want cookie butter to be more spreadable, slowly add water about a teaspoon at a time and mix until you reach your achieved smoothness level. But like I said, you end up with delicious sugary cookie butter heaven so there’s really no downside to this whole process.

I used my snickerdoodle cookie butter to top off my egg nog ice cream but you can also add this spoonful of heaven to pretzels, Christmas morning waffles and just do it the good ol’ fashioned American way and eat it straight out of the jar like a true patriot. The sky’s the limit! 

Make cookie butter at home with leftover Christmas cookies!! - DC Girl in Pearls

 

Make cookie butter at home with leftover Christmas cookies!! - DC Girl in Pearls

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DIY Champagne Bubbles Photo Booth with IKEA DC

DIY Champagne Bubbles Photobooth with IKEA DC for New Year's Eve! Just use metallic gold spray paint on IKEA's white Visionar honeycombs!

I can’t tell you how long I’ve been waiting to hit “Publish” on this post. Weeks of excitements all leading up this big moment! Can someone pass the champagne? ; )

New Year’s Eve is quickly approaching and, per usual, I’m behind on my resolution-making (and prompt breaking) but a champagne-inspired DIY, oh, I’m on the ball with that. I’d say my priorities are in line. Most people like to go out big on New Year’s Eve and I don’t blame them one bit: dressing to the nines in sparkly outfits and going out is a nonstop adrenaline rush. For me, my most cherished New Year’s Eve memories were when I stayed in. Whether with family, friends, boyfriends, I loved all my New Year’s Eves spent surrounded by people I care about, with a big bowl of taco dip in my lap and a champagne flute in hand.

For my final DIY with IKEA DC, I wanted to celebrate ringing in 2015 with lots of champagne bubbles (or sparkling apple cider for some)! Armed with metallic gold spray paint, I DIY’d a photo booth perfect for those planning a New Year’s Eve in to capture fun + silly (after a couple of toasts) memories. And if you’re going to paint the town red this New Year’s Eve, a champagne bubble photo booth would be a great addition to any pregame party. Let’s pop fizz clink! I’ve got my gold spray paint and I’m not afraid to use it!

DIY Champagne Bubbles Photobooth with IKEA DC for New Year's Eve! Just use metallic gold spray paint on IKEA's white Visionar honeycombs!

Supplies

IKEA White Visionar Honeycombs

Paint Tarp

Rustoleum Metallic Finish Gold Spray Paint (2)

Spray Paint Can Grip (optional but helpful)

Duct Tape

White Paper Roll

Instructions

Note: You don’t have to use the spray paint can grip but I highly recommend it for all your spray paint projects. It helps me get an even coating of paint and bonus: sayonara, hand cramps! Am I right?

1. Place the paint tarp in your work area, make sure you do this in a well-ventilated area (preferably outdoors).

2. Spray paint the honeycombs until you achieve a desired level of gold color. I left mine a bit lighter and let some white show to look more like bubbles and not quite so dark.

3. Let dry for about 3-4 hours.

4. Measure and cut the white paper roll to your designated photo booth space. Secure to wall with duct tape.

5. Using duct tape (the gift that keeps on giving), attach the dry gold honeycombs to the paper.

Another Note: You can always hang the bubbles using fishing wire from the ceiling. Make it your own!

A BIG thank you to IKEA DC for teaming up with me to DIY the holidays!! I hope you all enjoyed the IKEA series, too! Please let me know what IKEA posts you’d like to see in 2015.

Check out my other IKEA DIYs for the Holidays:

DIY Dancing Sugarplums

DIY Giant Christmas Ornaments

DIY Champagne Bubbles Photo Booth with IKEA DC for New Year's Eve! Just use metallic gold spray paint on IKEA's white Visionar honeycombs!

DIY Champagne Bubbles Photo Booth with IKEA DC for New Year's Eve! Just use metallic gold spray paint on IKEA's white Visionar honeycombs!

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Kate Spade Surprise Sale Wish List

Last night, just as I hit “Schedule” on what I thought was a incredible post that I had been working on for months, it dawned on me: publishing that post would spoil a Christmas surprise. And that would pretty much contradict the entire sprit of Christmas and my grand plan would go up in flames. Okay, that might be a tad on the dramatic side BUT I really could not pull the trigger on that post just yet. But check back on Tuesday for the big reveal! I promise for you sweet lovers, it’ll be worth the wait and suspense ; )

This weekend, I was a tad under the weather so naturally, Kate Spade hits a girl when she’s at her weakest with a surprise sale. And not just ANY surprise sale. A surprise sale filled with holiday baubles ‘n sparkle and adorable striped wristlets. It’s just not fair, I tell ya. Oh, and did I mention it’s all under $100? YUP. It’s Christmas. Treat yo’ self.

P.S. Final hours to enter my IKEA DC giveaway!

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Ellison Avenue Imani

Kate Spade Surprise Sale Wish List - DC Girl in Pearls

Say Yes Necklace

Kate Spade Surprise Sale Wish List - DC Girl in Pearls

Brightwater Drive Imani

 Kate Spade Surprise Sale Wish List - DC Girl in Pearls

Idiom Bangle

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Moon River Pave Studs

Kate Spade Surprise Sale Wish List - DC Girl in Pearls

Pearl + Crystal Earrings

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Night Owl Ear Muffs

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Thirsty Thursday: Christmas Pickle Martini with Tervis

Dirty Pickle Martini with Tervis Cocktail Shaker - DC Girl in PearlsEver since I can remember, I’ve loved pickles. On my burger, alongside my plate of grilled cheese, heck even just straight out of the jar. I can’t get enough! When the pickle jar turned up with a lone pickle, there was only one plausible culprit in the house: me. I buy pickles at Eastern Market almost every weekend (the hot ‘n spicy ones are my jam) and they typically only last through Tuesday. What can I say, the heart wants what the heart wants.

So imagine my surprise and downright giddiness over learning about the Christmas pickle ornament! Here’s the  411 so you’ll be in the know, too: you hide a pickle ornament in your Christmas tree and whoever finds the pickle will have a year of good fortune. Though with all the pickles I’ve eaten, I should be the luckiest girl in the world!

I wanted to create a cocktail to celebrate the fortune-bringing Christmas pickle and after a brainstorm I landed on a dirty pickle martini. Initially, I thought of bourbon (Picklebacks, anyone?) but bourbon had the spotlight last week. Look out, it’s GIN-ny from the block this Thursday!!

P.S. I’m not big on gin but after this cocktail, I’m a true blue Bombay believer!

Dirty Pickle Martini with Tervis Cocktail Shaker - DC Girl in Pearls

Ingredients (Serves one)

Gin, 4 ounces

Dill Pickle Juice, 1 ounce

Vermouth, splash

Ice

Directions

Fill your Tervis cocktail shaker halfway up with ice. Add the gin, pickle juice and vermouth. Stir (unless you’re James Bond) + strain into a martini glass.

Cheers!

Dirty Pickle Martini with Tervis Cocktail Shaker - DC Girl in Pearls

Dirty Pickle Martini with Tervis Cocktail Shaker - DC Girl in Pearls

Sweater // Pearls // Pants // Mani // Martini Glass // Tervis Cocktail Shaker // Christmas Pickle

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DIY Dancing Sugar Plums with IKEA DC

DIY Dancing Sugarplums with IKEA DC - DC Girl in Pearls

If I can’t have a Christmas tree in my tiny apartment, I will have glitter!! In Part III of my “DIY Holiday with IKEA DC,” we’re crafting a festive DIY to bring some glitz and cheer to your space.

When I think of IKEA, I usually think of furniture (namely my bed frame, Expedit wall unit and my trusty Omar for extra kitchen storage) first and foremost. But have you checked out Papershop? Papershop is where you can unleash your creativity with a collection of colorful wrapping paper, gift tags, honeycomb decorations and stationary! The sky’s the limit!!

I knew since I couldn’t have a tree, I had to have a decoration that screamed Christmas. I thought back to my favorite Christmas Eve story: ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas by Clement Moore. When I was five years old, I knew that story by heart. But actually, I could recite it. And did many, many times. I always loved the line “visions of sugar plums danced in their heads.” In my five-year-old mind, who wouldn’t want to be dreaming of sweet, sugary candy?! So armed with glitter, let’s get started on an easy DIY to create a focal point at your next holiday party!

AND check out my other festive DIY with IKEA: giant honeycomb ornaments! And while you’re at it, enter to win an IKEA Raskog cart loaded with everything to being a baking goddess this Christmas. So many awesome things happening!!!

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Supplies

IKEA Visionar in 11 3/4″

Gold glitter

Spray adhesive

Fishing wire

Duct tape

Scissors

Directions

1. Spray the adhesive to the honeycomb decoration and let it sit for about 15 seconds.

2. Place the honeycomb in a box or large container. Shake the glitter like T Swift is shaking it off. Let each honeycomb sit for at least an hour to ensure the glitter adheres to the decoration.

3. Tap the honeycomb to remove excess glitter.

4. Measure the length of the fishing wire to where you want the honeycomb to hang. Tape one end of the wire to the inside of the honeycomb and tape the other end to the ceiling.

DIY Dancing Sugarplums with IKEA DC - DC Girl in Pearls

DIY Dancing Sugarplums with IKEA DC - DC Girl in Pearls

DIY Dancing Sugarplums with IKEA DC - DC Girl in Pearls

 

 

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Christmas Cookie Party Outfit

A festive holiday glam outfit with Talbots and Target Style - DC Girl in Pearls

Top: J.Crew Jackie Shell // Skirt: Talbot’s Plaid Midi Skirt, thrifted (similar) // Shoes: Target Merona Meg Pumps // Necklace: J.Crew Factory Layered Circle Necklace // Bracelet: Loren Hope Zoe Bow Cuff // Lipstick: Revlon Super Lustrous – Cherry Blossom // Mani: Essie – Plumberry 

Would you believe me if I told you I snagged this awesome midi in August 2012 for a mere $12? It’s true! I was killing time, waiting for my mother to pick me up from an obscenely early dentist appointment when I decided to walk a couple of blocks and check out some Main Street shops. My beloved Vidler’s five-and-dime was closed but there was a small boutique thrift shop opened so in I went. Now it was August and in my shorts and sandals, Christmas and holiday outfits were about the furthest things from my mind. But the minute I spied this Talbot’s beauty on the rack, I knew it would be my new favorite Christmas piece. A trip to the dressing room + a glance at the price tag followed by another look because I couldn’t believe my eyes (like I said, it was EAR-LY) sealed the deal. Since then, I’ve worn this plaid midi skirt to office holiday events, family Christmas parties and, most recently, a friend’s cookie party.

The sparkly, golden mini plaid are the perfect base to get this holiday look rollin’. Add a sleek, black sweater shell and leave it untucked for a more casual look, the layered circle necklace brings the sparkle (I also love this necklace option). I’m treating leopard as a neutral to amp up the glam factory. And no holiday look would be complete without a red lip! I love Revlon’s Super Lustrous Lipstick because it stays put and costs $5. Christmas music to my ears, am I right?

This look definitely checks off all the holiday glam criteria: Plaid, check. Sparkle, check. Leopard, check. Red lips, double check!

How do you do holiday glam? Do you have a favorite thrifted piece?

A festive holiday glam outfit with Talbots and Target Style - DC Girl in Pearls

A festive holiday glam outfit with Talbots and Target Style - DC Girl in Pearls

A festive holiday glam outfit with Talbots and Target Style - DC Girl in Pearls

A festive holiday glam outfit with Talbots and Target Style - DC Girl in Pearls

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Egg Nog Ice Cream Snickerdoodle Sandwiches

Egg Nog Ice Cream Snickerdoodle Sandwiches - DC Girl in Pearls

Okay, now that Thanksgiving + my birthday are officially over, I have jumped into full-on Christmas mode. Bing and Mariah dance parties. Gold glitter everywhere. Practically keeling over with happiness whenever car with a Christmas tree on top drives by. And, of course, my kitchen has to get into the spirit of the season, too!

I’ve read our sense of smell is our most powerful sense when it comes to memories. Whenever Christmas comes to my mind, the first smell I think of? Snickerdoodle. Each year, my mom and I would go to the gourmet coffee shop down the street to pick up fresh coffee beans to be grinded right the counter for hostess gifts. I beelined straight to the flavored coffee bean wall to lift each lid and deeply inhale. Hands down, my favorite bean was their snickerdoodle. I’d methodically go down the rows (at least to the ones I could reach) but always went back to the snickerdoodle.

This year, I wanted to put a fun twist on the Christmas cookie. So what’s more fun than snickerdoodle cookies? Egg nog ice cream snickerdoodle sandwiches, that’s what!

And, let’s be real, how much fun is it to say snickerdoodle?

Egg Nog Ice Cream Snickerdoodle Sandwiches - DC Girl in Pearls

To make the snickerdoodle cookies, I followed Jessica of How Sweet It Is‘s recipe because you can’t get any better than that. My only tweak was adding more sugar to the cinnamon sugar mix that you roll the dough balls in. That was it + they came out wonderfully!

As for the ice cream-y goodness, the moment I spotted Egg Nog Ice Cream at Trader Joe’s, I knew I had to use it in an ice cream sandwich. If AP English Language and AP Literature taught me anything, it’s that you can’t fight fate. I love egg nog but with its heavy, rich texture, I can really only drink two glasses before I have to call it quits. The light ice cream gives you all the delicious flavors of egg nog without feeling immediately full. So go on, have more than one snickerdoodle sandwich! It’s Christmas, after all.

P.S. Get yourself really in the holiday mood + enter to win this incredible IKEA cart + baking set!

Egg Nog Ice Cream Snickerdoodle Sandwiches - DC Girl in Pearls

Egg Nog Ice Cream Snickerdoodle Sandwiches - DC Girl in Pearls

Egg Nog Ice Cream Snickerdoodle Sandwiches - DC Girl in Pearls

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DIY Giant Honeycomb Ornaments with IKEA DC

DIY Giant Honeycomb Ornaments with IKEA Visionar Decor - DC Girl in Pearls

We’re going big this holiday season! And when I say big, I mean GIGANTIC ornaments that are the easiest DIY ever. Be merry + bright with these huge baubles! In my tiny apartment, a Christmas tree is pretty much a no-go. But I still want my Christmas spirit to shine. IKEA Visionar honeycombs to the rescue!!!

All it takes is scissors, tissue paper, glue and a whole lot o’ Christmas spirit! Blasting Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You” is NOT optional while crafting these Christmas ornaments. So come on, crank up the jams and get in the holiday spirit!

DIY Giant Honeycomb Ornaments with IKEA Visionar Decor - DC Girl in Pearls

Supplies

IKEA Visionar in 11 3/4″

Hot glue (or tape)

Gold or silver tissue paper

Paper clips

Directions

Open the Visionar honeycomb decor and secure with adhesive.

Fold the tissue paper so it is two sheets’ thick. Cut along the folded lines.

Using hot glue (or tape), secure the edges of the tissue paper to form a circle.

Secure the tissue paper to the honeycomb with paper clips.

DIY Giant Honeycomb Ornaments with IKEA Visionar Decor- DC Girl in Pearls

DIY Giant Honeycomb Ornaments with IKEA Visionar Decor- DC Girl in Pearls

Voila! P.S. Don’t forget to enter to win all the trimmings for this holiday cookie season!

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