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march-events-featuredJoin us at Lilac And Lilies for an eventful February! Please see our event schedule below. Please note, event details are subject to change. Please call the store at 954.530.3109 for questions.

February 14

Valentine’s Day Sale:

  • 14% off entire purchase
  • Candy bar

February 17-26

Semi-Annual Sale

  • 10% – 80% off storewide



Do You Ever Lay In Your Comfy Bed On Your Mac Book For Hours

Looking At Posts On Social Media And You End Up On Your Friends, Best Friends Instagram Page?

You Then Decide To Click On Her Blog & See All These Yummy *Healthy* Recipes


Well That Is My Current Situation & I Had To Share!

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Spicy Barbecue Chicken Wings

Perfect For Super Bowl Sunday!

New England Patriots vs Atlanta Falcons

February 5, 2017 @ 6:30 PM

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1/2 white onion, chopped
2 cloves, chopped
1 can tomato sauce
1/2 cup coconut sugar
1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
2 tbsp apple cider vinegar
1 tbsp maple syrup
1 tbsp crushed red pepper flakes
1 tbsp chipotle chilli powder
1/2 can beer (I used Bud Light)


about 18 wings and drumsticks


Place all of the spicy barbecue sauce ingredients EXCEPT the beer in a high speed blender. Blend for about 90 seconds until everything is completely smooth. Make sure there aren’t any chunks of onion or garlic in the sauce. Pour half of the sauce into a small bowl and set in the refrigerator. Add the 1/2 can of beer into the blender with the other half of the sauce and blend until the beer is incorporated.

In a cock pot (that holds at least 4 quarts), cover the bottom with a few spoons of the beer sauce. Place all of the wings and drumsticks into the crock pot and cover with the rest of the beer sauce. Stir, making sure all of the wings are completely coated in the sauce. Turn the crock pot on high for 2-3 hours.

When the wings are finished cooking, use tongs to remove the wings from a crock pot and place in a separate bowl. Turn off the crock pot, for now. Discard the left over sauce that was used to cook the wings. Rinse the crock pot out and wipe dry.

Optional: If you want to make the wings a little crispy before you coat in the remaining sauce, you have two options: For this batch I made, I heated a griddle to 325 degrees Fahrenheit, used tongs to place the wings down on the griddle, flipped after 2-3 minutes, and removed when both sides were browned. The other option is to place all the wings on a tin foil lined baking sheet and place in the oven at 400 degrees F for 15-25 min, until they start to brown.

Get your other half of the barbecue sauce from the fridge and heat in a sauce pan on medium until it starts to simmer. Remove from heat. If you are ready to serve the wings immediately, you can coat the wings in the sauce and serve! Or, you can place the wings back in the crock pot and coat with the rest of the barbecue sauce, making sure all of the wings are covered. Place the crock pot on the ‘warm’ setting to keep them warm before you serve!

Note: I currently (still) don’t have a working stove, so I wasn’t able to use the stove to heat the sauce. I put the remaining sauce that was in the refrigerator into the crock pot and let warm up in there. I left it on high, covered, for about 15 minutes and it did the trick. Then I added the wings and tossed them for the same result!

Pictures & Recipe Courtesy Of Katharine Agliata

Be Sure To Check Out Her Instagram & Website For More Of Her Amazing Recipes!



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In Honor Of Kathy Wakile Visiting Our Boutique Last Week For A Meet & Greet

We Wanted To Share One Of Her Delicious Recipes!

Chocolate Volcanos

Chocolate Volcanos

Found In Her Dessert Cook Book Indulge!


Perfect For Your Sweetie For Valentine’s Day!

Some Pictures From Our Book Signing Event On January 25, 2017!

Kathy Wakile Event

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To Purchase A Signed Copy

Signed Copy of Indulge: Delicious Little Desserts That Keep Life Real Sweet

 Or Call 954.530.3109 To Order!

Article On Kathy Wakile & Lilac And Lilies In The Miami Herald:


Recipe & Photos Courtesy of Kathy Wakile & Indulge Dessert Cook Book

Be Sure To Check Out Her Instagram & Website For Other Amazing Recipes!



Stay Sweet! Happy Valentines Day!


march-events-featuredJoin us at Lilac And Lilies for an eventful January! Please see our event schedule below. Please note, event details are subject to change. Please call the store at 954.530.3109 for questions.

January 6 – 15

Additional 20% Off Sale Items:

  • New markdowns
  • All sale items must go

January 25

Kathy Wakile Book Signing

  • Join us for a book signing party to introduce Indulge: Delicious Little Desserts That Keep Life Real Sweet by Kathy Wakile, a #1 best selling dessert cookbook
  • Kathy will sign a copy of her bestselling book for you or as a gift
  • More details coming soon


Join us for an exclusive event with Kelly Cimber. Shop unique designs made just for Lilac And Lilies! Shop great gifts for every gal in your life with amazing bracelets, rings, and more. Still holiday shopping? Check out our Cimber Trunk Show December 19 – 24, 2016 during shop hours.

It’s a crazy time of year and we could all use some energy.

Especially during shopping trips & wrapping gifts!


No Bake Vanilla Cranberry Energy Bites

(Gluten Free, Nut Free & AIP)



Photos Courtesy of Live Naturally Autoimmune

1 3/4 cups unsweetened shredded coconut
2 1/2 teaspoons melted coconut oil
2 1/2 tablespoons honey or maple syrup
2 tablespoons unsweetened coconut milk
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/8 teaspoon sea salt
4 Tbsp dried cranberries

1. Place 1 cup of shredded coconut in a food processor along with the coconut oil. Process on high speed, scraping down the sides periodically, until it reaches a paste-like consistency. (It does not have to be completely smooth like butter; some coconut texture is good.)

2.Add the honey, coconut milk, vanilla, cinnamon, and and salt and process until well combined. Add 1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons of shredded coconut and pulse until just combined. Then add 4 tbsp dried cranberries and pulse until combined.

3.Shape the mixture into 12 (1-inch) balls and coat with the remaining shredded coconut. Refrigerate for at least an hour and up to 5 days. Bring to room temperature before eating.

Recipe & Photos Courtesy of Elizabeth from Live Naturally Autoimmune

Be sure to check out her Blog + Instagram for other amazing recipes!



Original recipe>> http://www.livingnaturallyautoimmune.com/recipes/2016/10/31/vanilla-cranberry-energy-bites-gluten-free-aip



Name: Hannay Yoder
Website: hannayyoder.com
Instagram: @hannayyoder

Hello Darlings, My name is Hannay Yoder and I am the writer/luxury stylist of the Fashion Blog at www.hannayyoder.com I am a cat lover, coffee obsesser, vintage squirreler and social butterfly amongst many, many things! I wouldn’t have it any other way.

What inspired you to start your blog? How long have you been blogging?
I was inspired to start my blog by Lauren Conrad and Cara Loren and I’ve been blogging for 2 years. Growing up I had THE WORST sense of style and these ladies gave me hope! *laughs* Once I discovered that dressing does take effort and it’s an art, I fell completely in love with it. There is nothing more delightful than inspiring people through something as tasteful as clothing.


Describe your style? Where do you find your style inspiration?
My style is one word would definitely be “Luxurious” I love anything with a princess style, tulle skirt, high heels, fur coat, you name it. If it’s luxurious, you’ll find it on my person. I glean most of my style inspiration from Lauren Conrad. She amazes me with how she mixes the perfect amount of girly with practical and chic!

What is a timeless fashion piece you can’t live without?
That’s a tough question! My goodness. It is a perfect toss-up between my string of pearls and my classic black pumps. It doesn’t matter what you’re wearing, a dress or a pair of casual jeans, a pair of pumps can take you from frumpy to fabulous in an instant! If you don’t have a pair of classic black pumps… you can sneak away for a bit to get some as long as you come back.


What are some of your favorite Fall 2016 Trends?
Ah, my favorite fall trend of them all has to be the off-the-shoulders (bardot) look. I love how effortlessly sexy and feminine the style is. I don’t care if it’s freezing outside, I like my bardot tops and I probably style them a bit too often. Haha! i also adore, adore, adore the OTK (ove the knee) boot style. It’s more dynamic when it comes to a statement, but I do adore a good statement.

One piece of advice you would give to any start up bloggers?
I know they say, “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery” but do not let that allow you to lose yourself. If you have a “wacky” sense of style, go for it! If you have a “hippie” sense of style go with that! Be you, be unapologetically you! Don’t pay a piece of attention to the negativity, focus on shining and being confident in who you are!


Favorite place to work on your blog? Creative Space?
My favorite place to work on my blog is in my cozy hole (my bedroom) I am constantly updating it or rearranging it to fit my mood/style so I never run out of inspiration. My bedroom is my favorite place in the entire world and that’s ok!



People are always asking me about my story. The truth is my story began as a young girl laying on my mom’s bed flipping through the pages of Vogue. I envisioned a life of fashion, design and expression — I grew up but my dreams didn’t. I moved to South Florida, opened the boutique and struggled through the obstacles of owning a business. The early days were hard, but I took a deep breathe, swallowed my fears, and woke up the next day to do it all over again. I had to dig deep and eventually the store started gaining traction. There was and still is this constant competition within myself to be better than I was yesterday. Some people live for the day they don’t have to do anything; I live for the day when I can wake up and realize everything I’m doing matters.

​There are plenty of highs and lows being an entrepreneur. And I’ll be proudly sharing them as a guest speaker at the screening of Dream, Girl, Thursday, December 8th at The Classic Gateway Theatre. Join me and other female entrepreneurs for a night of networking and the film screening of Dream, Girl featuring extraordinary individuals that live life intentionally, create great social impact, and bring inspiration to others.

Click here to RSVP