Mint Peach Green Tea Cooler

Happy Labor Day to all my U.S. friends! I hope you have a fun and relaxing day planned.

Yesterday was so hot. I wasn’t expecting it, and my husband and I made plans to go to Governors Island. It’s one of my favorite places, but we spent the entire afternoon outside. The trip was super fun/miserable. Let’s just say that I couldn’t wait to crank up the A/C when we arrived home.

Hot, humid weather always makes me crave a cool drink. Iced tea is my favorite, and it’s even better mixed with something fruity. So when I bought some sweet, juicy peaches recently, I did a little experimenting and created this Mint Peach Green Tea Cooler.

Mint Peach Green Tea Cooler | Hello Little Home #drink #recipe #IcedTeaI’m a huge green tea drinker, whether it’s iced in summer and hot in winter. It’s full of healthy antioxidants and even contains a natural chemical called theanine that provides a calming effect. On the flip side, I know that some people find green tea bitter and grassy-tasting. If that sounds like you, then you have to try this cooler!

It’s made with freshly brewed green tea that’s cooled off quickly with an easy trick (no refrigeration needed). Sweet peaches are blended with a bit of sugar – add more or less depending on your taste and the peaches’ sweetness – and then added to the tea. Mint adds fragrant finishing touch.

I made my tea in individual glasses, but feel free to make a big batch. Just remember to use a heat proof pitcher (ask me how I know that!).

Treat yourself to a glass of this fruity and refreshing Mint Peach Green Tea Cooler while we still have a little summer left!

Mint Peach Green Tea Cooler + Happy Labor Day

Yield: 4 servings

Mint Peach Green Tea Cooler + Happy Labor Day


  • 8 bags green tea
  • Small bunch mint
  • 2 large peaches
  • 2 tbsp. sugar
  • You will also need:
  • 4 tall, heat proof glasses
  • Blender
  • Ice cubes


  1. Bring a pot of water to a boil.
  2. Place 2 tea bags, plus a sprig of mint in each glass.
  3. Fill glasses 1/3 full with boiling water and let tea steep for 5 minutes.
  4. While the tea is steeping, cut one of the peaches into large chunks.
  5. Place peaches and sugar in the blender and puree until smooth.
  6. After tea has steeped, remove tea bags and mint.
  7. Add two ice cubes to each glass and stir vigorously until melted.
  8. To each glass, add 3 tbsp. peach puree and stir until combined.
  9. Fill each glass to top with ice.
  10. Cut remaining peach into 12 wedges.
  11. Add two wedges to each glass.
  12. Garnish each glass with a peach wedge and a sprig of mint.
  13. Serve immediately.
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Mint Peach Green Tea Cooler | Hello Little Home #drink #recipe #IcedTeaMint Peach Green Tea Cooler | Hello Little Home #drink #recipe #IcedTeaThis drink would be delicious with other seasonal fruits, too, like strawberries in spring or oranges in winter. I can’t wait to start experimenting!

What’s your favorite hot weather drink?

P.S. There’s still time to shop Labor Day deals at Nordstrom, Target, Lulu & Georgia, and more!

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Hello, Friday! Link Roundup

I’m a little late with today’s post, but better late than never, right?

My husband and I played hooky yesterday and went to the beach. It was amazing and the sun and relaxation were just what I needed! We took a ton of pictures. I’m sharing a few today, plus more next week!

Do you have any fun plans for the weekend? My schedule is wide open, which is just how I like it sometimes. I’ll just have to see what the days bring!

On to my favorite links from the week:

Rockaway Beach | Hello Little Home These individual Caramel Apple Pies from Handmade in the Heartland look adorable and delicious!

Give your nails a fun mani with Vampy Vanish’s simple Splatter Nail Art tutorial.

Love and Lemons has a recipe for Crispy Pesto Baked Zucchini that’s perfect for using up zucchini and basil.

Check out these 7 Entertaining Hacks to Get You Through Your Next Dinner Party in Style (via Paper & Stitch).

This DIY Stacked Plywood Bench from Vintage Revivals is gorgeous!

I want to eat everything in this beautiful Summer Salad with Sesame Buttermilk Dressing from A Couple Cooks. Yum!!

Rockaway Beach Shells | Hello Little HomeMake a Pineapple Vase for your next party! A Pair & A Spare has directions.

You Look Fab has lots of chic ideas for Wearing Your White Jeans After Labor Day.

Find out how Friday Night Meatballs can change your life for the better (via Serious Eats). I want to try this (maybe sans the meatballs).

Don’t miss Spark & Chemistry’s tips for Transitioning Your Makeup from Summer to Fall. I love the pop of blue!

This Warm and Cheesy Bean Dip from Five Heart Home is perfect for football season (even if you’re like me and not a fan!).

I want one of these DIY Mounted Craft Paper Rolls (via Brooklyn Limestone) for my apartment!

Use your farmer’s market finds in this Baked Creamed Corn from Miz Helen’s Country Cottage.

Rockaway Beach | Hello Little HomeHolidays = sales, right? Here are some great ones for your weekend perusal:

Rockaways Surfboard Fence | Hello Little HomeIt’s a surfboard fence!

Finally, how about a cocktail for Labor Day weekend? I’m totally intrigued my these Coconut Gin and Tonics from Minimalist Baker. Since they’re made with coconut water, they must be good for you, right?!?

Do you have any plans for this holiday weekend?

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DIY Ombre Tassel Cocktail Napkins

When I attended the HGTV Blogger Block Party last week, I had the chance to create a DIY coaster. Mine definitely wasn’t a masterpiece, but it did get me thinking about all the fun ways to create them.

My home has a few coasters already, and I wanted to make something a little different. I had some worn-out jeans set aside for the perfect DIY project, so I decided to create some cocktail napkins using them.

Of course, everything is better with some embellishment. I love tassels and couldn’t resist incorporating them. That’s how these DIY Ombre Tassel Cocktail Napkins came to be!

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Early Fall Wish List

I cannot wait for fall to arrive. Even though we’ve had a cooler than usual summer, it’s still been fairly hot and humid. What can I say? I’m wimpy!

While I’m waiting for cooler temps to arrive, I’ve been shopping my favorite stores and plotting out my early fall wish list. I’m ready to trade in the bright colors of summer for gray, black, and other muted shades.

I’ll be pairing skinny jeans with flowy tops, comfy shoes, and unique jewelry. Here are a few things I have my eye on for fall.

Early Fall Wish List | Hello Little Home #fashion #style

  1. I love the faux leather detail on this NYDJ Contrast Color Block Tee.
  2. This Bobeau Top features a unique twist front and woven back.
  3. Ella Moss’ ‘Stella’ Ruffle Hem Pullover will look great paired with skinny jeans and booties.
  4. I live in scarves during fall, and this Need Supply Co. Scarf has a great oversize plaid pattern.
  5. Statement necklaces, like The Limited’s Multi-Strand Chain & Pearl Necklace, are perfect for dressing up a simple outfit.
  6. NYDJ’s Ponte Blazer has a cool faux leather cuff detail.
  7. This pretty NYDJ Shirred Front Georgette Blouse is the perfect fall color.
  8. I really like the flattering curved hem on this Chevron Print Sweater from The Limited.
  9. This Knotted Pendant Necklace from Forever 21 is a fun statement piece at a great price.
  10. These Need Supply Co. Porter Earrings are the kind of accessory that I would wear nonstop.
  11. Affordable tech cases are hard to find, which is one reason why I love this adorable Forever 21 Heart Cutout Phone Case ($6.80!).
  12. Need Supply Co.’s Burma Cuff has a unique tear drop shape.
  13. I am way overdue for new glasses. BonLook’s cute Jack & Norma style is at the top of my list.
  14. Backpacks are back, and I love Dooney & Bourke’s classic Pebble Grain Pack.
  15. Forever 21′s Ribbed Faux Leather Backpack is another great option, and it can be carried as a regular bag, as well.
  16. I’m obsessed with these Lucky Brand ‘Bartalino’ Booties. They have an awesome embossed stud and zipper detail.
  17. There are not enough comfy shoes in my life. These New Balance 420′s are perfect for long walks around New York.
  18. Sam Edelman’s Calf Hair ‘Becker’ Slip Ons are another comfortable and stylish option.
  19. My ballet flats are in constant rotation, and I love these two-tone TKEES Flats.
  20. Joe’s ‘Laine’ High Rise Skinny Jeans are the perfect gray color.
  21. These NYDJ ‘Ami’ Super Skinny Jeans are the ideal pair of non-distressed dark denim.
  22. I really want a pair of coated jeans, and these Joe’s ‘Rollin’ Zip Skinny Jeans are my fave.

What’s on your fall wish list?

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Berry Stuffed Baked French Toast

I used to be a morning person. I’d pop out of bed the minute my alarm went off.

Growing up, my sister was the exact opposite. Her alarm would go off at top volume, waking up everyone but her. Someone would inevitably go in her room and tell her to turn it off. She’d finally hit snooze, and then the same scene would repeat 10 minutes later!

Now I’m not quite that bad, but I can’t seem to resist hitting that snooze button a few times myself lately. But even though I like to sleep in, you won’t find me skipping breakfast.

Usually I keep breakfast simple. Some days I crave something more indulgent though, like this Berry Stuffed Baked French Toast!

Berry Stuffed Baked French Toast | Hello Little Home #recipe #breakfastThis baked French toast is ideal for those mornings when you plan to hit snooze as many times as possible. Just get everything ready the night before and pop it in the oven when you get up. Easy peasy.

Better than easy, however, is decadent! This French toast is stuffed with a lightly sweetened berry cream cheese mixture, and baked until crunchy on the outside and soft in the middle. Then, it’s topped with more fresh berries … mmm, so good!

Give this Berry Stuffed Baked French Toast a try the next time you plan to sleep in!

Berry Stuffed Baked French Toast

Yield: 4+ servings

Berry Stuffed Baked French Toast


  • 1 (8 oz.) package cream cheese, at room temperature
  • 1/4 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 lb. strawberries
  • 1 pint blueberries
  • 8 slices white bread
  • 1 cup milk
  • 4 large eggs
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • pinch salt
  • 2 tsp. granulated sugar


  1. Mix cream cheese and powdered sugar until well combined.
  2. Chop half of the strawberries. Reserve the remaining berries.
  3. Add half of the blueberries (reserve the rest) and all of the chopped strawberries to the cream cheese. Mix well.
  4. Take one slice of bread and cut it in half.
  5. Spread 1/8 of the cream cheese mixture over one bread half.
  6. Cover with the other half, making a "sandwich."
  7. Spray an 8 x 8-inch baking pan with cooking spray and place the "sandwich" in the pan.
  8. Repeat with the remaining bread slices.
  9. Whisk milk, eggs, vanilla, and salt together in a medium bowl.
  10. Carefully pour milk mixture over bread, covering as much of the bread as possible.
  11. Cover pan tightly with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.
  12. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  13. Remove cover from bread and bake for 40 to 45 minutes, or until top is golden brown.
  14. While french toast is baking, hull and slice remaining strawberries.
  15. Add strawberries to a bowl, along with the remaining blueberries and 2 tsp. sugar.
  16. Stir until sugar coats berries. Set aside and stir occasionally, allowing sugar to dissolve.
  17. Serve French toast topped with berries and maple syrup, if desired.
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Berry Stuffed Baked French Toast | Hello Little Home #recipe #breakfastBerry Stuffed Baked French Toast | Hello Little Home #recipe #breakfastWhat is your favorite lazy morning breakfast?

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Hello, Friday! Link Roundup

Welcome to the {almost} weekend! I don’t know about you, but I am ready for a little relaxation.

I tromped all over Manhattan this week. First, I attended NY Now, a trade show featuring home, lifestyle, and gift items. It was amazing to see all the unique products and talk to some amazing sellers, but it was also a bit overwhelming (so much to take in). I’m sharing a few pictures of my favorite finds below.

There were a couple other events to attend this week, too! I stopped by HGTV’s Blogger Block Party, which was super fun. There were demos, DIY projects (I painted a coaster), and prizes (a mini herb garden to test my black thumb). I also attended a release for a new DKNY perfume, where I got to meet Dominique Ansel (the guy who created the cronut). Sadly, he ran out of treats just as I made it to the front of the line … oh well. Getting to attend these events is definitely a perk of living in New York!

Before I forget … I have a new Instagram handle: @hellolittlehome. Please follow me! Things are a little lonely right now;)

Now, on to this week’s links:

HGTV Blogger Block Party | Hello Little Home #bloggerblockparty #HGTV Pretty decorations at the Blogger Block Party.

Treat someone you love to breakfast in bed and serve French Toast with Pear Chutney and Mascarpone from Pinch of Yum.

This DIY Rope Memo Board from Emily A. Clark has a fun nautical vibe.

I really wish my husband ate beets, because this Golden Beet and Cherry Salad from Camille Styles looks seriously amazing!

Ugone & Thomas Ceramic Hands | Hello Little Home #NYNowGorgeous ceramic hand sculptures from Ugone & Thomas at NY Now. I absolutely loved these and want one for my jewelry display.

This Easy Lace Filagree and Chain Necklace from Flamingo Toes is so cute.

The Diva Dish has a recipe for Simple Top Ramen that’s looks delicious and healthy.

Create a Free Printable Monogram (many options to choose from) at Printable Monogram.

Pixie Mood Handbag | Hello Little Home #NYNowFun color blocked handbag from Pixie Mood at NY Now. Don’t you just love that color combo?

Fermented Foods are everywhere right now. Want to try your hand at making some? Don’t miss Hello Natural’s roundup of 15 of the Best Homemade Fermented Food Recipes.

Brit + Co. has 15 DIY Ways to Rep Your Favorite State.

Mmm … Baked Spinach Arancini Balls via Yummy Mummy Kitchen.

Berglund Fair Trade Scarves | Hello Little Home #NYNowGorgeous fair trade scarves from Berglund at NY Now. I loved the whimsical patterns.

LOVE this Cotton Candy Bun (it’s big!) from The Beauty Department.

This summer has been a little cooler than usual, and with fall pending, too, I’m eager to try this Carrot, Tomato, and Coconut Soup from Green Kitchen Stories.

Celebrate the weekend with a Strawberry Basil Lemonade Cocktail (via A Beautiful Mess)!

John Robshaw Bed | Hello Little Home #NYNowI could have jumped right into this bed from John Robshaw at NY Now. How cool is that headboard?

How was your week?

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Get the Look: Dakota Fanning

I’ve got Fall on my brain lately. It’s my favorite season of the year, and I’m ready for sweater weather. Of course, it’s still a little hot for that, so I’ve been searching for a little later summer, early fall fashion inspiration. That’s when I came across a picture of Dakota Fanning.

Now, she’s not the first person I look to for style ideas. For one thing, she’s super young. However, I really love this lady-like outfit that she was spotted wearing in New York.

You don’t need to be 20 to wear this outfit. In fact, it would work for ladies of all ages and shapes. It’s perfect for work or dress it down with jeans. Best of all, you can wear it right into fall simply by adding a cardigan.

Get the Look: Dakota Fanning | Hello Little Home #style #fashion1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8   Dakota Fanning Photo via Celebzz

Here’s how to get the look:

So, what do you think? Are you inspired by Dakota’s lady-like style, too?

I’m linking up with Friday’s Fab Favorites, Fashion Informant, What I Wore, Monday Mingle, Monday Bloom, Monday Morning Gossip, How I Summer, More Pieces of Me, On the Daily Express, Let It Shine, and Tres-Chic Fashion Thursday.

Height of Summer Veggie Pizza

I love cooking at this time of year. Everything at the store is so fresh and tempting, and I’ve been picking up corn, zucchini, and tomatoes on every trip.

Since I can’t get enough, I decided to create a recipe that includes all my favorites. That’s how I came up with this Height of Summer Veggie Pizza.

Height of Summer Veggie Pizza | Hello Little Home #recipe #vegetarianYou are going to love this Summer Veggie Pizza! It’s the perfect way to use up all those vegetables that are in abundance right now.

I started by making a simple pizza sauce. It’s full of classic flavors, plus I added some Parmesan cheese for richness. It takes minutes to prepare and no cooking is required!

Then I topped the pizza with my favorite summer veggies. Sweet corn kernels, crisp zucchini, and juicy cherry tomatoes all add a ton of flavor. It’s finished with crumbles of rich goat cheese and a sprinkle of fresh basil.

Make it quick before summer is over!

Height of Summer Veggie Pizza

Yield: 4 - 6 Servings

Height of Summer Veggie Pizza


  • 1 1/2 cups cherry tomatoes
  • 1 corn cob
  • 1 medium zucchini
  • 1/2 cup basil leaves
  • 1 lb. pizza dough
  • 2 cups mozzarella cheese
  • 4 oz. goat cheese
  • Sauce:
  • 1 (8 oz.) can tomato sauce
  • 1/8 cup shredded Parmesan cheese
  • 1 clove garlic, crushed
  • 1/2 tsp. dried basil
  • 1/2 tsp. dried oregano
  • 1/4 tsp. crushed red pepper
  • salt, to taste


  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  2. Prepare vegetables for pizza: halve cherry tomatoes; remove corn kernels from cob and discard cob; halve and thinly slice zucchini; and julienne basil. Set aside.
  3. Combine all sauce ingredients in a small bowl. Season to taste with salt. Set aside.
  4. Lightly oil a baking sheet with olive oil or cooking spray.
  5. Place pizza dough on baking sheet and gently press to edges of pan.
  6. Top dough with a light layer of sauce (you may have some left over).
  7. Cover sauce with 1 1/2 cups of the mozzarella cheese.
  8. Sprinkle tomatoes, corn, and zucchini evenly over cheese.
  9. Cover vegetables with remaining mozzarella.
  10. Crumble goat cheese over mozzarella.
  11. Place pizza in oven and cook until crust is browned and top is golden, about 20 - 25 minutes.
  12. Remove pizza from oven and let cool slightly.
  13. Slice pizza, sprinkle with basil, and serve. Enjoy!


  • - I used a rectangular baking pan to cook my pizza, however you can use a round pizza pan or even divide the dough to make individual pizzas. Either will work.
  • - If your pizza dough will not stretch to the edge of your pan, let it rest for a few minutes. Press it again and then let relax more, if necessary.

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What recipes are in your rotation this summer?

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Hello, Friday! Link Roundup

Hi, friends! Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you’ve had a great week.

Mine has been pretty quiet after a busy weekend. We were in Brooklyn again (why does everything happen in Brooklyn?!?) to see some bands, and then to see Shakespeare in the Park back in Manhattan the next day. We wrapped up the weekend with a picnic in Central Park. It’s been way too long since we had one of those.

This weekend, I’m hoping we’ll have time for another picnic, and I’m also heading to NY Now, a trade event showcasing home, lifestyle, and handmade items. It’s really fun to attend these events, meet producers, and of course, share my favorite finds with you. Here’s hoping my feet hold up!

I found some great links this week!

Picnic with Strawberries | Hello Little HomeStrawberries at our picnic!

This Craft Camp Birthday Party from The Pleated Poppy would have made me the happiest kid ever, but I think I’d love it just as much now!

Corn is so sweet right now, and I want to try this Grilled Corn with Harissa and Feta from A Couple Cooks.

Made By Girl shared a super pretty Half Up Crown Braid Tutorial.

This Natural Colored Rainbow Cake from Twigg Studios is made without chemical dyes and is covered in beautiful edible flowers.

A Plane Over Brooklyn | Hello Little HomeA plane flying over Brooklyn.

Welcome guests to your home with this pretty and free Pineapple Printable from Live Laugh Rowe.

How cute are these Kermit or Constantine Cupcakes from Simply Designing?

My Girlish Whims has an awesome roundup of 30 DIY Anthropologie Jewelry Knock-Offs.

I love a twist on a classic recipe, like Joy the Baker’s Roasted Tomato and Feta Guacamole.

Cobblestone Street in NYC | Hello Little HomeWalking a cobblestone street.

Have a black thumb? Make this adorable DIY Painted Rock Cactus from Fab Art DIY.

This Slow Cooker Hot Fudge Pudding Cake from Kitchen Treaty looks delicious, and I like that you don’t need to heat up your kitchen to make it.

Hello Natural shows you how to make 2-Ingredient Toners for Every Skin Type.

Manhattan View from Brooklyn | Hello Little HomeThe Manhattan skyline seen from a Brooklyn street.

Save on your weekend shopping:

  • Nordstrom: shop beauty products and receive a Free Beauty Gift with purchase.
  • Target: shop Campus Bargains plus, save $15 when you  spend $75 on select Home with code HOME15 (through 8/16).
  • Kohls: shop the Back to School Weekend Sale, plus take 15% off sitewide with code SAVE15 or 20% with your Kohl’s charge with code SHOPIT20 (through 8/17).
  • Best Buy: save on tech during the Back-to-School Sale, including iPad minis, laptops, printers, and more (through 8/16)!
  • Amazon: shop Back to School. Save on everything from backpacks to snacks to uniforms.
  • The Limited: take 40% off all full-priced items with code BONUS40, plus take an additional 40% off sale.
  • Forever 21: shop Back to School Deals starting at $6!
  • Bauble Bar: shop Monthly Musts and get up to 50% off featured jewelry!
  • C.O. Bigelow: take 10% off your entire purhase, plus get free shipping over $49 with code BIG10 (through 8/31).
  • e.l.f. Cosmetics: get 50% off over 100 Beauty School must have with code SCHOOL50 on orders $25+ (through 8/18).
  • World Market: save big on living room furniture, plus take 10% off your order with code SAVEBIG10.
  • Sur La Table: take an extra 10% off Sale & Clearance with code AUGUST10 (ends 8/18).
  • Starbucks: save 15% on Starbucks Syrups and Sauces (through 8/17). Why not stock up on Fontina White Chocolate Sauce for fall?
  • Home Decorators Collection: take $75 off all orders of $250+ (ends 8/18).
  • Crafsty: enter to win a 55-Peice Perfect Cupcake Set and Class!
  • Hancock Fabrics: shop the Coupon Frenzy Sale and get $5 off $25+ with code AWTFV; $10 off $50+ with code AWTTN; or $15 off $75+ with code AWTSF (ends 8/20).
  • Michaels: take 10% off your entire purchase including sale Items with code STORAGE101 (through 8/17).
  • Groupon: take 15% off all Groupon Getaway Flash Deals with code GETAWAY15 (through 8/16), plus shop Back to School Beauty Deals.
  • Living Social: shop the Back to School Event, plus take 15% off sitewide with code 15BACK (through 8/17).

Shakespeare in the Park NYC | Hello Little HomeThe sun setting while waiting for Shakespeare in the Park to begin.

Finally, a cocktail: this Peaches and Whiskey Ice Cream Float from A Beautiful Mess is a great way to use seasonal produce. Cheers!

What are you up to this weekend?

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