Happy almost spring everyone! Here in Tennessee we have our first thunderstorm warning which can only mean one thing, spring is almost here! Springtime is probably my favorite time of the year. The flowers start to bloom, it’s warm without being super hot, and we get to step out into the sunshine (almost) all the time. Perfect! Continue reading
1 Corned beef
1 bottle of stout beer
1/4 cup of brown sugar
Okay so if you need an EASY Corned Beef recipe, this is your lucky day. I grabbed my dutch oven. I turned on the oven to 350 degrees you can also use a crockpot on low to cook the corned beef. They both work. I just forgot about dinner so I had to use my dutch oven. If you use the crockpot it takes about 5 hours.
Once you get out the 3 ingredients, then you need to assemble them.
I opened the corned beef. Then I placed it into the dutch oven. I threw one stout beer on top and 1/4 cup of brown sugar. I placed the lid on the dutch oven. Then I loaded it into the preheated oven. I cooked the meat for 2 1/2 hour. Voila brilliant meal!
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Now that February is coming to a close it’s time to welcome spring and the next upcoming holiday, St.Patrick’s Day! St. Patrick’s Day is one of my favorite holidays because my favorite color is green! And I’m also 1/4 Irish so it’s fun to celebrate my ancestors history. Continue reading
Valentine’s Day is almost here! This year my little girl is having a class party, and all the kids were asked to bring a treat to share. I image a lot of parents grabbing some candy and calling it a day, but Jaiden (my daughter) decided she wanted to make something special for her class mates this year so she decided she wanted to make a Valentine’s Day Snack Mix! This is a really easy Valentines Day Recipes for Kids to make, and sure to be a hit with the kids and adults alike! You can also customize this mix with whatever you like to eat! Continue reading
Valentine’s Day is this week can you believe it!? My daughters class is having a Valentine’s Day party in class this week and we wanted to make Valentine treats that are easy, festive, and of course, tasty! These Rice Krispie Valentine’s Hearts are oh-so-cute and fun to make! You can customize them in so many different ways. And the great thing about rice krispies recipe is that with a cookie cutter you can customize them for any holiday.
What I love most about recipes like these is that you can make them with your kids. Getting your kids in the kitchen with you is great for bonding and can also teach lessons in math (measuring) English (reading), and following directions! So grab your ingredients, your kids, and have some fun in the kitchen!
Happy Valentine’s Week everyone! Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays! Who doesn’t love love right!? Love and candy, roses, and parties are all the fun things about Valentine’s Day. My daughter is having a Valentine’s Day party at school at the end of the week and all the parents were asked to think of something fun for the kids to do. I thought I would make some fun Valentine’s Day Printables for her class and share them with you guys!Continue reading