How are y’all doing?
I’ve started feeling a tad bit better this week… not having constant nausea like I previously had although it still hits and still knocks me down from time to time. I have managed to make all of our ‘normal’ breakfasts for the week… yay! The kids were happy to have French Toast and Pancakes again. I had cheated and bought quite a bit of cereal over the past few weeks… they like cereal but they missed their hot meals.
I had used up all of my freezer meals and was forced to cook this week… dinner was not always on the table at the usual time but it did get made. Sometimes dinner didn’t quite make sense as I was just pulling things out of the cabinets in the order I found them… lol. Continue reading “Planning ahead with Cozi, a birthday in the house, and a house update”
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”
Whew! What a time we’ve had over the past few weeks! I apologize for not getting to post anything on a regular basis. A lot of the recipes that have posted had been typed up prior to November, when my oldest daughter left for Kansas, and then scheduled to post later… good thing I did that or I wouldn’t have had the energy to do anything all month!
I’m having an OK morning so far so I wanted to go ahead and try to type up a quick post to fill everyone in on what has been going on around here! So just in case, you missed some of our most recent news, here is a quick update:
- Mr. Awesome and I got married on Christmas Day with a surprise wedding!
- We also officially announced that there will be a new addition to our family later this year!
Continue reading “Life Update: January 3, 2020”
I love to bake and decorate cakes for my family. This is great on carrot cake! Continue reading “Cream Cheese Icing”
I really don’t know just how many apple pie recipes I have but apparently, someone really likes apple pies around here. Try this Whipped Pie Crust for the perfect flaky crust.
Continue reading “Perfect Apple Pies”
This is another recipe that I have used a lot… especially when I was suffering from morning sickness. It is fairly easy to make and you can buy a big bunch of ginger and then peel and slice it for the freezer to make this even easier to make.
This recipe can be doubled or tripled if needed. This is very useful for when anyone has a bout of nausea or vomiting from pregnancy or the flu. You can also check out my Simple Ginger Syrup recipe.
Continue reading “Ginger Tea”
This recipe is similar to one the I found when I was pregnant with my second son. I suffered from some horrible morning sickness and this syrup and some homemade ginger tea really helped get me through those first few months. I later delivered a very healthy baby.
This can be used to sweeten drinks like tea and/or lemonade or used in a variety of other ways. I like to take the strained, sliced ginger root and let it dry for something similar to candied ginger. It is a little spicy though so be prepared if you pop a piece in your mouth. Continue reading “Simple Ginger Syrup”
So we did get to celebrate Christmas in our new house even though we can’t officially move in yet and we had no power… or heat! We set the tree up and decorated it on Saturday and everyone had a lot of fun helping.
After the decorating was done it was time to kick the kids out of the house until Christmas as I needed a gift wrapping station. We had all helped to bring in a lot of the boxes I had in the shed… there may still be a gift or two hidden in there somewhere!
That was a lot of work to get all of those gifts wrapped and taken care of as I hadn’t wrapped the first gift, other than a couple that we took to a party, and there were a lot of boxes!
Continue reading “A Christmas To Remember!”
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”