Thursday, January 1, 2015


Welcome to Strawberry Sprinkles! I hope you will find something yummy during your visit here.

A little about me. My name is Ashley. I am a 29 years young. I love to bake for family and friends. Being able to put a smile on someone's face is pretty much why I do this in the first place. I have two little boys Jakob and Conner who are the absolute loves of my life. I am in an amazing relationship with a wonderful guy who is in the USAF. I have one dog, Leo he is a German Shepherd who pretty much marches to the beat of his own drummer. We call North Carolina home, Fort Bragg area but are relocating to Georgia in the Summer of 2014 to be around family. If you ever have any questions or recipe requests or product review requests please feel free to email me.

What makes my site special is these recipes are ones that I personally try. I will never put up a recipe that I have not personally tried and made my self. I will include personal pictures along with the recipe. 

****Please DO NOT ADVERTISE on my blog!! If you would like to trade links or whatever it maybe I will be more than happy to do that but do not leave your blog in my comments as I do no do that to you..My email is below feel free to contact me.****

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This is me and my youngest son. If you ever have any questions or you need to contact me please email me at

DISCLAIMER: I in no way claim these recipes. Most are things that have been handed down to me or found in magazines or some other way. I am simply sharing ones I like.

Also this blog does not focus on healthy eating. I make what I like and then exercise it off later =D Just making you aware.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Long time no update

So I have seriously been slacking on updating my blog.

Things got busy with trying to leave Belgium and head back to the states. Jason got orders to Pope AFB or Army Air Field as it is now known. We got back to the states in April of 2013 and we were in the process of having the house built and my grandpa died shortly after getting back to the states and I couldn't attend the funeral so I had emotional stuff to work through.

The Summer of 2013 Jason and I decided to separate and divorce. It's been a very friendly and mutual divorce and we've both moved on and are co parenting the boys.

I am currently still in North Carolina, Lillington while the boys finish the school year out and as of right now unless plans change I am going to head back to Georgia to be around my family and rebuild my life. I am very excited about the future and what it holds for the boys and I.

I am going to try to keep up with my blog and get back to recipes and product updates as I test things for companies since I have seriously gotten away from it. I am still making cupcakes just not as much as I was in Belgium. There are just so many cake makers here in the states. None of them really offer what I do so that's a glimmer of hope ;)

If you have any recipes you would like please let me know. If you have a cupcake recipe you would love to see I can create them from scratch or using doctored up cake mixes to make it easier on the baker just specify what you want.

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Montagne Jeunesse Clay Spas

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I was given one of these clay masks complimentary for testing purposes from

You can find out more information on the masks and the company from the following places, ,,

These natural bamboo fabric masks are infused with specially sourced clays, are 99% natural with powerful and natural ingredients, and are designed to be used as part of your weekly skincare regime. They are easy to apply and are all suitable for combination, normal, and oily skin.

Dead Sea Mud Spa "To cleanse skin. With Cloudberry (to soothe, protect, and heal, high in nutrients), Red Grape (anti-oxidant to protect skin from damaging free radicals), and Glacial Clay (to cool, rehydrate, and deep clean pores, removing impurities)."

Glacial Clay Spa "To cleanse and help thirsty skin. With Dead Sea Mud (to draw out impurities and open blocked pores), Dead Sea Salt (to heal), Seaweed (to moisturize, revitalize, and firm skin), and Kelp (with vitamins and minerals to nourish and moisturize skin, regenerate cells, and help anti-aging)."

Red Earth Clay Spa "To deep cleanse. With Pomegranate (for healing, and anti-oxidant rich, protecting skin from damaging free radicals), Cinnamon (for natural anti-bacterial properties), and Mediterranean Clay (to detox and draw out impurities and excess oil)."

They are very reasonably priced at 2.49. I loved my mask. It felt great and really improved my skin. It was tingly and refreshing and helped my face regain some of that natural glow that I had in the Summer that has gone from the harsh winters we've been having and lack of sun. I would give this a thumbs up and totally recommend trying it.