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Tulips are my favorite flower, so when I came across this tulip cookie cutter I just had to get it! With Mother’s Day right around the corner, you might be looking for a sweet treat to spoil a mom in your life with. Here is a pretty simple, but pretty way to do so.
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Believe it or not my kids actually love meatloaf! No, they are not aliens from another planet. What is my secret? How do I get them to eat meatloaf? I let them help make it and I use one of their favorite foods in the mix, Goldfish® crackers.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post but the recipe and opinions expressed here are mine and I hope you enjoy them.
Easy Polar Bear Cookies Recipe- Happy New Year everyone! Who is excited for a brand new year? I know I am! And with a brand new year comes brand new movies! I don’t know about yours, but my kids are already excited about the upcoming release of the brand new movie Norm of the North! Have you heard of it? Here is a little bit about the movie: Displaced from their Arctic home, a polar bear named Norm and his three lemming friends wind up in New York City, where Norm becomes the mascot of a corporation he soon learns is tied to the fate of his homeland. How cute does that sound right!? Continue reading
This Easy Cotton Candy Mocktail Recipe is sure to be a fun way to ring in the New Year, or great when your kids just want to feel a little fancy!
The holiday season is one of my favorite times of the year! It’s so festive and fun. Most people think that the holiday season ends after Christmas but that is So not true! We can’t forget New Years Eve/New Years Day right? I don’t know about you, but New Years Day is one of my favorite holidays. I love the thought of a brand new year. A fresh start. Maybe you had a bad year, so New Years day is a start to a (hopefully) bigger and better year. Maybe you had a great year, and New Years Day is the first day to another great year. Either way, it’s something to be celebrated! Continue reading
Who says pumpkin bread is just for the fall? In my family, we enjoy this chocolate chip pumpkin bread recipe all year round. It’s easy to make and my kids love to eat it as part of any meal. And it’s always a big hit at my husband’s office. This recipe yields 3 loaves of chocolate chip pumpkin bread, so I usually send one to work with my husband and save the other 2 for my family to enjoy. It’s so great warmed up with a little butter, or a side of ice cream if you are feeling really fancy! I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do!
Boneless chicken has been on sale for the last couple of weeks. This is a great recipe to use and make ahead a time and freeze. !
Kids love chicken fingers. What’s not to love? Moist white-meat chicken encased in a crunchy, crispy crust and dipped in your favorite sauce. But, honestly, I can’t afford the fat and calories that go along with these little strips from heaven. So, oven-frying the chicken is the way to go.
I have been using the same chicken breader for years, “House Autry” chicken breader. This is what my mom uses for chicken, fish, pork, and green tomatoes, so this is what I use, too. But, if you have a favorite brand, stick to that one. Baked chicken fingers aren’t as crispy as the deep-fried ones, but they are tasty (and much healthier.) The great thing about this chicken recipe is that the measurements are“guesstimates.” Rule of thumb is to start with the lesser amount of breader, then add small amounts as you run low. You can use any dressing or marinade you prefer or none at all. However, marinating your chicken will result in a more tender and flavorful meat.Continue reading