6 DIYs to try this Weekend (Recipes Edition)

By Brittni • posted on 07/07/2021


You know the drill. Every Friday I share a handful of awesome DIYs from around the web, but this time I wanted to switch it up just a tiny bit. So I’m focusing on food for this week’s roundup. I hope you don’t mind. Recipes count as DIYs anyway. Don’t you think?

These are my favorite sweet treats from around the web as of late…

1. make doughnuts from scratch

2. whip up some blueberry cheesecake ice cream

3. make these saltine brownie and bourbon ice cream sandwiches

4. freeze some hot cocoa popsicles

5. bake this blueberry slab pie

6. and make a copycat version of hostess cupcakes

Hope you have a great weekend! See you back here on Monday.


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Thank you for sharing this delightful recipe. I can hardly wait to try it.


Looks delicious!! Want to try them all !!
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Oh my goodness, that ice cream looks amazing. I think I will give that a try this weekend. Thank you for sharing!



Wuuuuuut, those ice cream sandwiches!!!

Bird Trouble

Wow, I would love to make my own donuts! Although I wonder if there is a baked donut recipe out there (because I am no longer 17 and I shouldn’t be making donuts at home). 🙂


I love your Friday Find feature so much haha.

Kat Curling

Oh my gosh, everything looks so good! Totally drooling on my keyboard over here.



Well this post was mean, Brittni! Now I just want to make and eat all of these immediately! Especially those donuts and that slab pie. Holy moly.

Kelly @ Studio DIY

ok, so the first thing I see is a donut. I haven’t eaten breakfast yet so I instantly get hungry! Thanks for reminding me I need to eat 🙂 All of these look really good. Now I just need to decide which one I want to attempt to make! Have a great Weekend!!


I have to try number 2! It must be so yummy 🙂

petiscos e miminhos

Those donuts on your blog look delicious Julie. I might have to try those too.


I’ll be making these melt in your mouth donuts this weekend – who can resist? http://bit.ly/17RNmUw

Julie Blanner
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