Is being cooped up at home getting on your nerves? Or maybe being cooped up means that the kiddos are getting on everyone’s nerves?
Whatever the situation you can find out how to get your kids to listen without all the nagging and yelling. We have been using a lot of the techniques that we’ve learned and it has made quite a difference in our home and I’m sure this program can help in your home as well whether you have one child or many.
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Are you stuck at home and getting a bit antsy? Well, check out this Free Freezer Meal Planning Success Guide from MyFreezeEasy.com to help you learn how to get started with Freezer Cooking.
I can tell you that Freezer Cooking has been a game-changer in our home and we have been eating quite a few of the meals I had prepared before the COVID 19 CHAOS hit here. It has been such a blessing to have so many meals already prepped in the freezer so that we don’t have to head to the grocery store very often right now.
What are you waiting for? Go ahead and check it out right now!
Yep, I did it again. I also put a hole through the side of a cabinet… on purpose!
You might be wondering what in tarnation that I’m doing but trust me it was all for a good reason… well flooding the kitchen wasn’t planned but it all worked out.
Continue reading “I flooded the kitchen again!”
I guess everyone needs to learn to cook all of a sudden, even if home cooking wasn’t your norm before.
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Get the details here, including a guide to making it work without going to the grocery store! https://sl290.isrefer.com/go/kcrf/happy2bmyownboss/
The past couple of days have been a doozy here. As you all know my kiddos have had the stomach bug, then Mr. Awesome caught it, and then I got it. It seems to be taking me a bit longer to get over it but today I do feel like I’m on the mend. I’ll spend today focusing on getting rehydrated and trying to eat a little bit.
Even if you aren’t sick I know this time is harder for some than for others. We are facing a lot of changes and uncertainties that we’ve never dealt with before.
Continue reading “Being Grateful When Things Are Bad”
Are you craving apple pie but don’t have any apples? Here is your solution! Try this Whipped Pie Crust for the perfect flaky crust.
Continue reading “Mock Apple Pie”
This is another recipe that I’ve had since high school… it has always been a big winner in our home. I’ve come a long ways since Home Ec class and I rarely measure anything anymore but it’s a good thing I’m putting these recipes online as this one is getting so worn that the ink is smudging badly. I also like using a little bit of minced garlic in mine as well. You might also like this recipe: Mama’s Secret Spaghetti Sauce.
Continue reading “Creole Spaghetti”
I love eclairs and I remember our 5th Sunday church dinners and someone would ALWAYS bring this delicious dessert along. It is so easy but everyone will LOVE you for bringing it!
Note: It tastes best if you can let it sit in the refrigerator overnight. Also, if you warm the frosting for a few seconds in the microwave it will make frosting the cake easier.
Continue reading “No-Bake Eclair Icebox Cake”
You will need to use the Apple Pie Filling For Canning for this recipe or maybe check out this recipe for Apple Crisp in a Crockpot. I’ve never tried this with store-bought apple pie filling but it might work as well.
Continue reading “Apple Crisp”
I love mushrooms of every kind and I am always trying to add them to so many dishes because of their amazing health benefits. This is one of my favorite mushroom recipes.
I don’t like that you don’t use all of the mushrooms and a whole pepper but those can be frozen and used later.
Continue reading “Stuffed Mushrooms with Dipping Sauce”
This recipe is so easy but I forgot that I even had it! The original recipe calls for Rotell past (little wheels) but you can use just about any pasta that you might have on hand.
Continue reading “Easy Pepperoni & Pasta Casserole”
We love Mashed Potatoes but every now and then I make these potatoes which are just a little bit extra special and delicious! I love how leaving the skins on makes these so pretty and it provides a little bit of the unexpected. Continue reading “Ultimate Mashed Potatoes”