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Add some heat to your Valentine’s Day dinner with this One Pan Chicken Cajun Chicken Alfredo featuring Barilla® Classic Blue Box Penne from Kroger. I love a cozy date night at home...Read More »
It can be hard to fit in some festive fun during the hectic holiday season. It seems like every December we run around like mad and barely have time to hit the drive-through on the way home. But really what could be easier than swinging by the local...Read More »
My kids love to help me in the kitchen. We haven’t really had time to do any holiday baking so I thought it was time to throw on the santa hats and get something festive in the oven. Drinking hot chocolate is one of their absolute...Read More »
The holidays are upon us! Thanks to Nestle and Dollar General it doesn’t have to cost a fortune to create fun and festive treats. Check out their money-saving coupons on some holiday essentials.
I have 2 great and really simple and stress-free ideas to share that would be perfect for...Read More »
I woke up to the smell of coffee brewing in the morning throughout my entire childhood and until I left home for college.
Nothing says, “wake up” like that delicious smell. I have been guilty of hitting the coffee shop for my daily...Read More »
I wanted to make my family a really yummy fall treat and I thought of these cinnamon pumpkin muffins. The recipe is my mother-in-law’s. She calls them “Weight Watchers Muffins” and apparently there are a billion variations on these. I am sharing this take on them because they are just....Read More »
It is a brave new world raising my tween son and my soon-to-be-tween daughter. They are getting bigger by the second no matter how much I ask them to slow down. Yoplait Go Big invited me to write a letter to my tween about what makes them amazing and...Read More »
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I love making handmade gifts for my friends and family. With the season of gifting upon us, I am already rounding up some great ideas for gifts made with love. These 7 gift ideas are things I think I could actually make...Read More »
My kids LOVE meatballs. That’s why this easy meatball recipe is a regular on my family menu. They get so excited when they find out we are having spaghetti and meatballs for dinner. The best part is that they are pretty easy to prepare and the work-to-child happiness ratio is...Read More »
My dad did most of the everyday cooking when I was growing up. Most often dinner was all about what we had at hand. I remember him making meatloaf with ritz crackers, saltines, and oats. But my favorite is made with bread crumbs. You can make your own own breadcrumbs...Read More »
If you are like me, you have grown up with the iconic brown tub of Country Crock. I was so happy to hear that they have made some changes for the better to their buttery products.
“We all want to feel good about the food we feed our families....Read More »
My husband’s favorite dessert in the whole world is apple pie. We were watching MasterChef and one of the challenges was to bake an apple pie and by the end of the episode we were both seriously craving a homemade apple pie. I enjoyed making my Pretty Mini Pies so...Read More »
My secret is out. I like easy food. But it has to be good. My time is precious and unless my kids are in there with me, I’m not looking to spend the whole day in the kitchen. I can and have made great pie crust by hand...Read More »
These cupcakes are so fun and pretty. For my daughter’s 3rd birthday I really wanted to make cupcakes that matched her personality and my oh my, is she ever bright and cheerful. Enter rainbow cupcakes! Plus, they are as easy as they are pretty.
What You Need:
•1 (15.25oz) box white cake...Read More »
Some nights are so busy and I am so tired that I turn to my short list of yummy and ridiculously fast and easy dinners. I originally found this recipe on Pinterest from High Heels and Grills a couple of years ago and it has been one of my...Read More »