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It’s a beautiful day outside down here in the south today! The perfect day to do some crafts with my daughter (which we did!). Can you believe we are only a few weeks away from Easter!? This week we are heading to Orlando for Spring Break, so I wanted to get some Easter Crafts done early so we would have some fun stuff already lined up for when we get back. So I bring you this Easy Easter Bunny Paper Plate Craft that your kids will have a blast making and it uses stuff you probably already have at home! y daughter loved making this, and thought it was cool that she didn’t have to have any help to do this. She could do it all by herself! Continue reading
Meal Planning can be overwhelming and stressful. Especially this time of year when we are trying to plan meals around a new budget, but at the same time, we want good, healthy options too! I got together with some friends, and we have a list of Easy Casserole Recipes for you to test from. Try all of these Easy Casserole Recipes and let us know what you like! You can not mess up a casserole. I can make dinner on Monday and reuse leftover for my casserole on Tuesday! Nothing gets wasted this way!
Looking for an easy way to add a patriotic flair to your Memorial Day menu? This Easy Patriotic Strawberries Recipe is perfect for you! I love finding any way to show my love for what I consider that greatest country in the world, the US! This recipe takes just a few minutes to make, and is easy enough for the kids to get involved in. Let’s check out how to make it:Continue reading
Here at Real Advice Gal we talk about health a lot. Healthy eating, exercising, etc. But being healthy isn’t always about how many calories you consume, or how many squats you did this morning. We can’t forget about ways to exercise your brain! Making sure your brain is active is just as important as making sure your body is active. Exercise for your brain will help you with your memory, reduce stress, and help you absorb information more easily. A win win in my book! Continue reading
It’s finally here, the week of Thanksgiving! Who else is excited to spend some time with family being thankful and eating some yummy food? This year it’s my turn to hose Thanksgiving in my home for my family. This makes me happy yet a little nervous. We don’t have a huge family, only about 10 of us will be eating dinner, but still, when you are used to cooking for 3 people it can seem like a lot! That’s why I’m thankful for my easy chicken taco ring recipe!Continue reading
?A new school year is right around the corner! Which means it’s time to start thinking about lunch and after school snack solutions that make our kids happy, and we are happy to make for them. What makes me happy is something that is filling ,easy, and quick to make. A couple of my kids favorite things to eat after school is Jimmy Dean® Sausage, Egg & Cheese Croissant Sandwiches and State Fair® Corn Dogs! Ok, and maybe some of my favorite after school snacks to to be honest ha!
So when it was time to go back-to-school shopping we new we had to head to WalMart to grab school supplies and the ever important snacks. We love shopping at WalMart because it’s a one stop shop for all of our needs and the prices are awesome. You can find Jimmy Dean® products and State Fair® Corn Dogs in the freezer aisle.
If you love Jimmy Dean® Sausage, Egg & Cheese Croissant Sandwiches and State Fair® Corn Dogs like we do, then you will love this dipping sauce that my daughter came up with to go with them!
First you will want to head to the microwave and heat up some yummy snacks! Who says croissants have to be just for breakfast!? No one, that’s who!
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All you do then is mix it up and dip your State Fair® Corndogs in them, yum!
How easy is that for a yummy after school treat right? I love snacks that are easy to make and can be munched on while going over homework or doing a science fair project!
What would you dip your State Fair® Corndogs in?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Jimmy Dean®. The opinions and text are all mine.