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Funfetti cake dip review.

Posted by Anna Kate Sunday, June 24, 2012 0 comments

via Eat yourself skinny
I will personally vouch for this recipe from the 'Eat yourself skinny' blog. I saw it on Pinterest a few weeks ago and, I'll admit, I often pin a lot of cute things but never actually try them. This recipe looked too good not to try though, so Sarah Steele and I made this delicious Funfetti Cake Dip while we were in Mississippi. It definitely gets our seal of approval!

The recipe says to let the dip sit in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours. However, if I were to make it again I would recommend letting it refrigerate overnight. The dip tasted a little bitter initially, but the longer we let it sit in the refrigerator the better it tasted.

With only 3 necessary ingredients (funfetti cake mix, fat free yogurt, lite cool whip) at 105 calories per serving, this is totally worth your baking efforts!

I'll be your Mississippi.

Posted by Anna Kate Friday, June 8, 2012 0 comments

Country roads take me...to Starkville?
My partner in crime and fellow Senior Leadership Consultant, Sarah Steele, and I are road tripping it to the Magnolia State for the next few weeks. ADPi is thrilled to be Coming BACK Home to Mississippi State University in the spring of 2013 and we're going to show some Pi love during new student orientation sessions!

Wish us luck and follow @MSUADPi on Twitter for updates!

Read more about Alpha Delta Pi Returning Home to Mississippi State University here.

It's a Captain's life for me.

Posted by Anna Kate Monday, June 4, 2012 1 comments

Serving Alpha Delta Pi this year as a 2011-2012 Leadership Consultant has truly been a dream come true. I cannot thank the international organization+officers enough as well as sisters, volunteers, and alumnae from across the country for making this year the most memorable of my life.

Luckily, the dream doesn't stop here as I will be continuing as a Senior Leadership Consultant. I know, I know...this isn't exactly "news" anymore, BUT I am thrilled to finally announce that I will be the Colony Consultant in the fall at Christopher Newport University!

I was fortunate enough to visit CNU's campus last October as part of our expansion presentation. I was completely blown away by the students, faculty, staff, and the sheer beauty of the campus as a whole. I have been keeping my fingers crossed ever since that I would one day be back.
I cannot wait to call Newport News home beginning in August!

Read more about ADPi Coming Home to Christopher Newport University.