Monday, September 30, 2013

Best Buttercream Frosting Recipe

For over 20 years I've been making this same buttercream frosting for all or our birthday cakes and cupcakes. It isn't super sweet and of course and has a light butter taste which melts in your mouth. Do you have any favorite frosting favorites which you use for your dessert recipes?? If so please share in the comments! 
Best Buttercream Frosting

Ingredients

1 stick of butter
1/2 cup vegetable shortening
2 teaspoons vanilla
4 cups powdered sugar
3 tablespoons milk
1 teaspoon butter flavoring (we buy Wilton brand) and it is optional

Directions

1-Cream together butter, shortening, vanilla and butter flavoring with electric mixer
2-Slowing add in the powdered sugar and keep mixing. Add 1 cup of powdered sugar, mix, then 1 tablespoon of milk, mix until all used up.
3-Once it is all mixed together I mix it for another 2 minutes. 

Make 3 cups of frosting

Kitchen notes
-When I want a light chocolate flavor I add in 1/4-1/2 cup of cocoa powder. 
This can be mixed by hand but it takes way too long in my opinion. Make due with what you have.
-This frosting is used to spread on cupcakes, cakes or cookies. It also works great to add in food coloring (I use Wilton gels) and pipe with frosting tips. It air dries great. 

Thanks to MyBlogSpark for inviting me to participate in this $55 Value Giveaway (over) featuring Betty Crocker Hershey Products. Here is the gift pack. It does include an awesome cupcake decorating kit which you see used above. It is best for cupcakes and large decorating items. I used it on a cookie cake and it worked great. It isn't for small lettering. The kit was so easy to use!

I use the above Best Buttercream Frosting recipe with the Cupcake Creation Station in this gift pack. I made a "tie dye" look but swirling in some Wilton gel food coloring. 
Cookies n Creme Sandwich Cookies - Bake cookies according to box directions. Once cool add a layer of frosting between 2 cookies! Easy Peasy!

Gift Pack GIVEAWAY (over)

* 3 Betty Crocker Hershey’s® products to sample - This box mix and frosting comes in the gift pack. My teen baked the cookies and added in the frosting. Super easy treat and all her friends loved them. 

* $10 gift card 
* Decorating kit 
* Cupcake plunger 
* Retail Value: $55 

I'm going to make this super easy to enter. Do any of the below in separate comments. Giveaway ends 10/15/2013 

1-Pin the post to pinterest and share the link in the comment.
2-Follow me on Pinterest and let me know you did in the comment.
3-Leave a comment with your favorite dessert.
4-Visit Betty Crocker Hershey page and tell me something you learned.
5-If you are on Instagram, follow and I'll follow back. Leave a comment!
6-Subscribe below to the mailing list. This counts if you are already a subscriber, too! Leave a comment with the first part of your email addy.



Free Gooseberry Patch Fall Recipes Preview

Gooseberry Patch is at it again! Check out the beautiful new Gooseberry Patch Fall Preview Magazine. They want you to keep it simple and make it special for your family and friends. I'm loving all the fall recipes in the newsletter. If you are a reader here on my blog then you know that I love Gooseberry Patch and post freebies and cookbook reviews for them. This pure beauty of a newsletter is full of fun fall recipes and it is free for you! Enjoy! 

Keep updated and




Here are a few more Fall Recipes 

{National Chili Month} Chili Cheese Nachos and 19 Chili Recipes

What are some of your favorite fall recipes? Without a doubt my chili is one of our family favorite recipes which gets made over and over and over from the beginning of fall until the beginning of spring. I make the same few recipes but am always on the look out for new chili recipes to try on my family. Below are some tasty chili variations from some of my favorite foodie bloggers.
chili recipes

October is National Chili Month. In Southern Illinois we call October hot dog and chili month because every single party we go to they serve hot dogs and chili of some variation. Even though we eat chili throughout the month at various parties, I still make my favorite chili recipes and try new ones at home. 



Easiest Chili Recipe EVER (shhh don't tell my family) - SusieQTpies Cafe
Butternut Squash and Sausage Chili - A Family Feast
Chili Cheese Dog Mac & Cheese - Love Bakes Good Cakes
Chili Cheese Dog Nachos - Love Bakes Good Cakes
Chili Cheese Nachos - SusieQTpies Cafe
Chili Cheese Tater Tot Casserole - Love Bakes Good Cakes
Chili Cheese Waffles - The Happy Housewife
Chili with Corn Bread Waffles - gluten free - $5 Dinners
Chili Like Wendys - Love Bakes Good Cakes
Chili Meatball Chili - One Creative Mommy
Creamy White Chili - Gooseberry Patch
Crockpot Chili - Random Mommy
Heart Healthy Slow Cooker Chili - Mom on Time Out
Jack's Chili - A Family Feast
Octoberfest Pumpkin Chili - Juggling Act Mama
Slow Cooker Turkey Chili - Pandoras Deals
Super Easy White Chili - SusieQTpies Cafe
Sweet and Spicy Chili for a Crowd - Juggling Act Mama
Vegan Slow Cooker Chili - Vegan Mother Hubbard

Stop over and check out all of these awesome chili recipes! 



Chili Cheese Nachos

Ingredients

Any Chili recipe (I use Easiest Chili Recipe EVER)
Large dip size Fritos
Shredded Cheddar cheese

Directions

1-Make Chili
2-Add Fritos to a plate
3-Add some shredded cheese
4-Scoop on chili without the juice
5-Add on shredded cheese, jalapeños, black olives, onions,etc
6-Eat
Here is our Menu Planning Monday. I hope that you find it helpful. Feel free to go through the recipe box for other options. IF you have recipes on your blog, menu plans or anything food related, pleas share below! I'm thrilled that fall is just about here and we have already started having cooler weather. I don't care much for super cold weather but I love when the evenings cool for cookouts and bon fires. Dinner time menu planning becomes a tad easier in the fall, too!

Menu Plan Monday 

Monday - Chili Cheese Nachos, Apple Crisp
TuesdayMummy Faced Pizza, salad and fruit kabobs
Wednesday Slow Cooker Pot Roast Sliders and baked fries
Thursday-Tortellini Broccoli Alfredo and burgers
Friday- Pizza Night!
Weekend - Egg & Sweet Potato Breakfast Bites and bacon
Dessert - Crockpot Dessert for a bonfire party

Check out the $500 Grocery Giveaway
I've linked up at OrgJunkie's Menu Plan Monday link up. I'm holding off on my weekly link party until after the Holidays! 



Sunday, September 29, 2013

The Importance of Family Meal Time and McCain Foods $500 Grocery Goodness Giveaway #sponsored

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for McCain Foods. I received a promotional item as a thank-you for participating.

No matter the age of the kids, it is so important to gather around as a family at meal time. This allows everyone to catch up on the day, work out problems, share joys and plan up and coming events. Dinner time is not quite time at our home. My girls are 14-19 years old and some of our best debates and chats have happened at the dinner table. We have laughed, spilled drinks, cried and so much more! How about your family? 

Do you have a family meal time? What is dinner like in your home? 


I'm so excited to share with you the McCain Potatoes Grocery Goodness Giveaway event they are hosting on their Facebook page. They are selecting 1 winner each week for 8 weeks to receive $500 grocery store gift card. Who wouldn't want that prize? Every one who check outs the Grocery Goodness Giveaway tab can receive $1 off coupon for any 1 bag of McCain Potato products. I LOVE $1 off coupons! Don't you?
Hurry over and enter in the McCain Grocery Goodness Giveaway to be one of the 8 winners of the $500 grocery store gift card. I know that gift card would provide a lot of family dinner time meals in our home. How about yours? If you win, let me know. If I win, I will surely let you know! 



Happy National Coffee Day and 10 tips on Getting the Most Out of Your Beans

Happy National Coffee Day! It is my most favorite day of the year, well almost! I'm a huge coffee fan. I have coffee every day, no matter what! Almost everyone in my family are as addicted as I am. How about you? Are you a huge coffee fan? Here are 10 Tips to Get the Most out of your Beans from my friends at KRUPS!


Tip 1 - Buy Better Beans: No, we don’t just mean the more expensive bag in the coffee aisle. Fresher beans equal better coffee, so look to smaller, independent coffee shops that stock beans that are roasted on the premises or nearby. Quality establishments will stamp your coffee with its roasting date, so you know you exactly how fresh your coffee is. Coffee taste peaks from 1-3 days after the roast, and if stored properly will last up to two weeks.

Tip 2 – Store Correctly: Contrary to popular belief, you should never store beans in a freezer or a refrigerator. Coffee actually absorbs aromas from surrounding foods, and freezing the coffee will alter oil properties affecting taste. KRUPS recommends transferring whole bean coffee into an air tight container after opening, and storing in a cool, dry and dark place.

Tip 3 – Do it Yourself: Freshly ground coffee makes a world of difference, as beans start losing flavor immediately upon reaching the grinder. Grind beans yourself right before you brew, and pay attention to the coarseness of the beans, as different filter shapes require different textures. For example, mesh filters require a coarser grind, while paper filters require a finer grind, and espresso requires grinds that are almost of a sugar-type consistency for optimum flavor.

Tip 4 – One for Good Luck: KRUPS recommends measuring ground coffee out to equal one tablespoon of grinds per 5 oz of water, plus one heaping scoop at the end for good measure.

Tip 5 – Water Works: The quality of the water being used is extremely important. KRUPS recommends using cold, filtered water, especially if your tap water is not of good quality or emits a strong odor or taste.  Since coffee is 98% water,  the taste of the water will come through in the brew.

Tip 6 – Don’t Hesitate: Brewed coffee should be enjoyed immediately, as it will begin to lose its optimal taste mere moments after brewing. Coffee should never be left on an electric burner plate for longer than 15 minutes, or it will develop a stale, burnt taste. If not served immediately, coffee should be poured into insulated containers and used within the hour. KRUPS insulated internal tank system on the Cup on Request machine avoids this issue, and the brand’s Thermal Carafe Machines also eliminate the need for transfer, as the pot itself can be removed from the plate immediately after brewing. As a rule of thumb when using Thermal Carafes, KRUPS recommends running hot water in the carafe prior to brewing, otherwise, the cold stainless steel will cool down the liquid much too quickly.

Tip 7 – Become a Coffee Connoisseur: Much like a fine wine, coffee should be enjoyed with all the senses. Take note of acidity, aroma, bitterness, body and nuttiness. For in depth coffee tasting, or “cupping” tips, check out the guide from CoffeeCuppers.com here: http://coffeecuppers.com/Formal-Home-Cupping.htm

Tip 8 - Quick Sips: KRUPS recommends drinking smaller, more frequent servings (about 1/4 cup every hour).  Research shows that caffeine works best in small, frequent doses, and a large cup can actually lead to a crash.

Tip 9 - Butt Out: Studies show that caffeine combined with Nicotine intake significantly reduces caffeine's staying power.
Nicotine suppresses the effect of caffeine, cutting some of its stimulating properties in half.

Tip 10 – Cat Nap: Since it takes about 20 minutes to feel the effects of coffee, and sleep is the only solution to really offer a feeling of restfulness, the best way to get that second wind is by drinking a cup, then taking a quick nap while the caffeine sets in. You’ll wake up feeling alert and refreshed! 


Guest article provided by KRUPS which is a premier provider of coffee and kitchen appliances and knows a thing or two about brewing a strong cup o’ Joe. This is not a sponsored post. The links provided by KRUPS.


Saturday, September 28, 2013

Share Your Favorite Family Moments with Us! #sponsored #ShareWhatsGood

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Welch's. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating.

I'm so grateful for photos! I look back over the old ones to be reminded of all the fun family moments we had when the girls were all babies. That time is so fleeting that only the photos and some of our memory is there to remind us of all the family. What are some of your favorite family moments caught on "film" from the past? 'm so grateful for photos! I look back over the old ones to be reminded of all the fun family moments we had when the girls were all babies. That time is so fleeting that only the photos and some of our memory is there to remind us of all the family. What are some of your favorite family moments caught on "film" from the past?

Who would have thought that one of our old family photos could win us $5000? Thanks to Welch and their “Share what’s good™” campaign, we all have a chance at winning their photo contest. Welch's believe in the magic of every day "kitchen table" moments which I do, too. These every day moments are cherished memories in our mind and captured with our cameras. 

This contest is from 9/16-10/25. You have time to upload your family favorite moment to be entered to win the $5000 grand prize. Everyone who enters is a winner because you will get a $1.50 coupon for Welch's 100% Grape Juice or $2.00 if you take the time to share the news with your family and friends! Go to Sharewhatsgood.com to enter! 

What to see what others are sharing? Check out Welch's Facebook, Twitter and Instagram sites and use the hashtag #sharewhatsgood so you can see what others are sharing. 

Here is another one of our Family Favorite moments!



Make Every Day a BIG DAY with Frosted Mini Wheats #PCBigDay

Sometimes our family gets in a rut. We do the same things over and over, just go about doing every day life that we forget to stop and really look at what everyone has going on. Does your family do this? Every day is not full of new and exciting adventures over at our home but I have found that every day is a big day in the life of a teenager. There is always something going on from breakfast to supper all the way to bedtime! This is a sponsored post and my own tasty opinions are expressed here.

No matter what we have going on, I have always encouraged my girls to start each day as a new day. If everything didn't go as planned yesterday, today is a new day. Treat today as a BIG DAY and make the most of it. The best way to do this new start of the day is to eat breakfast. I'm a huge believer that a breakfast can get you focused from the beginning of the day. One of our family favorite breakfast foods is a yummy bowl of Kellogg's Frosted Mini Wheats with milk. We love the crunchy, slightly sweet Frosted Mini Wheats! These little mini wheats pack a powerful punch of fiber and whole grains. What a great way to kick off the day with a full tummy!

Besides every day being a BIG DAY and a chance to start fresh, there really are days that are extra special. Just recently my 14 year old had a BIG DAY which she kicked her way into testing and receiving her 2nd Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do. This was a huge BIG DAY for her and our entire family is super proud of her hard work and dedication to get this far in her training.

How do you tackle each day with your family? Do you think each day can be a BIG DAY? Now that summer is over and we are headed into fall take time to focus on something special each day with your kids.

10 Tips to Make Every Day a Big Day

  • Send a lunch note or sneak a note into your kids backpack to give encouragement for something they have going on that day. 
  • Eat breakfast together as a family. 
  • Get the kids involved in family meal planning and let them pick a meal each week they want to eat. Let them help you in the kitchen to prepare the meal.
  • Have a special plate that someone gets each day. Have it on a rotating schedule so everyone gets a turn to have the special plate.
  • For those kids with phones, text them every day a special message.
  • At dinner asking everyone to share something that they did at school.
  • As a parent, if you have quick errands to run always make sure you take a kids with you. Rotate who goes but use that one on one time to make your kid feel special.
  • Make an effort to do something physical every day with the kids. Good idea would be to go on a 15 minute walk after dinner.
  • Go through the backpack every day. Don't miss anything your kids brought home.
  • Keep a chore chart each week and let the kids help pick their chores. It is important that each kids feel a part of the family and contributes daily.

Need more BIG DAY tips and ideas? Stop on over and check out the BIG DAY tips over at Scholastic.



Thursday, September 26, 2013

{Healthy Recipes} Sweet Potato Egg Breakfast Bites #sponsored #BrownRiceTriscuit

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Triscuit. I received products to facilitate my review and a promotional item as a thank you for participating.
I eat a healthy breakfast just about every morning. I do get in a rut and look for wholesome alternatives to jazz up my meal. I'm thrilled to report that the new line of Brown Rice Triscuits gave me the needed change of pace to my breakfast meal and I created two new healthy recipes.

Triscuits added brown rice to their wheat crackers along with real food ingredients such as sweet potatoes and red beans. These crackers are baked with 100% whole grain brown rice and wheat, no high fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated oil, cholesterol or artificial flavors. Ok but I know you are wondering do they taste good. I have to say 100% yes they taste even better than just "good." These crackers are perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack time! My family tried them and love them no matter the time of the day.

We tried the Brown Rice Triscuits baked with Sweet Potato seasoned with Roasted Sweet Onion, Brown Rice Triscuit seasoned with Sea Salt & Black Pepper and Brown Rice Triscuit baked with Red Bean seasoned with Roasted Red Pepper. At first I was hesitant to try the whole wheat healthy cracker with breakfast but the Sweet Potato totally rocked my eggs. 

Brown Rice Triscuit Sweet Potato Spinach & Egg Breakfast Bites

Ingredients

1 egg
1/4-1/2 teaspoon butter
1 handful of fresh spinach
pinch of black pepper
3-6 Brown Rice Triscuits baked with Sweet Potato seasoned with Roasted Sweet Onion or any of their other Brown Rice varieties

Directions

1-Add butter to hot pan and toss in spinach. Cook for 1 minute.
2-Add in egg and give it a quick scramble.
3-Add eggs to Triscuits and top with black pepper

Brown Rice Triscuits Sweet Potato Spinach, Egg & Tomato Bites

Ingredients

1 egg
1/4-1/2 teaspoon butter
1 handful of fresh spinach
1/2 of cherry or grape tomato for each bite
Parmesan cheese
3-6 Brown Rice Triscuits baked with Sweet Potato seasoned with Roasted Sweet Onion or any of their other Brown Rice varieties

Directions

1-Add butter to hot pan and toss in spinach. Cook for 1 minute.
2-Add in egg and give it a quick scramble.
3-Add eggs to Triscuits and sprinkle on Parmesan cheese.
4-Top with 1/2 of tomato

Besides breakfast, we used our new Triscuits to eat plain as a healthy snack and served with tuna fish salad. Tuna fish salad is eaten around here for lunch or dinner. Everyone loves it and the Triscuits added a perfect healthy crunchy bite to the tuna fish which would normally be eaten with carrots, plain round crackers or on sandwich bread.

You'll have to check out all the tasty recipe toppers over on their Pinterest board specifically created for these yummy Brown Rice Triscuit crackers. I'm looking forward in trying the Grilled Tomato & Asparagus Topper and Shrimp, Guacamole & Cilantro Topper at my next party! 
(Photo Credit: Grilled Tomato & Asparagus Topper from the Triscuit Pinterest Page)

Need more inspiration? Check out the Triscuit website, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest Boards and Youtube channel


    Wednesday, September 25, 2013

    {Warm Drinks} Hot Vanilla Nightcap

    I love the beauty of autumn but not so much the chilly nights. I know that this also means winter with full on chill is knocking at my door. Warm drinks such as this hot vanilla nightcap is a good one to sip on at night to take the mind off of the chill in the air.

    Do you have any favorite warm drinks? Share them with me in the comments and I'll come check them out. Stay tuned for a round up of warm drinks to get you through the chilly nights. This recipe is from Best-Ever Cookies Cookbook by Gooseberry Patch with a few changes. Click over to get more warm drinks and tasty cookie ideas in there cookbook.

    Hot Vanilla Nightcap 

    Ingredients

    1 c. low-fat milk, almond milk, Silk,etc
    1 t. vanilla extract
    1/2 teaspoon sugar
    1/4 teaspoon cinnamon or nutmeg
    Garnish: whipped topping - optional and/or a sprinkle of the cinnamon/nutmeg

    Directions

    Pour milk into a microwave-safe mug; stir in sugar, vanilla and cinnamon/nutmeg.  
    Microwave on high for about 70-80 seconds, until hot but not boiling.  
    Top with generous dollop of whipped topping and a sprinkle of cinnamon sugar.  One serving! 

    More Warm Drinks

    Teeccino Amaretto Amore
    Warm Amaretto Milk
    Creamy Hot Cocoa



    Monday, September 23, 2013

    Huge Pizza Recipe Collection and Monday Menu Plan with Linky Party

    We love Pizza! If I made it once a week or if we went out to eat pizza once a week no one would complain around here. Check out all these yummy pizza recipes from my blog and from some of my favorite blogs. Below you will also find my weekly menu plan and a link party! Join in the fun.

    There is something here for everyone! Which will you make first? If you have any pizza recipes on your blog, link up below so that we can check them out, too! Oh and after I wrote the post and made the pictures I received a few more recipes! The list keeps growing!

    9 Unique Pizza Dough and Pizza Crust Recipe

    Gluten Free Crustless Pizza Crust! 
    Bread Machine Pizza Dough - Love Bakes Good Cakes
    Cauliflower Crust Pizza with Feta and Swiss Chard - One Creative Mommy
    Homemade Honey Pizza Crust - SusieQTpies Cafe
    Jamie Oliver's Pizza Dough - Captain America and His English Rose
    My Favorite Pizza Dough - Baby Savers
    Potato Pizza Crust - SusieQTpies Cafe
    Stuffed Crust Pizza - Call Me PMc
    10 Minute Pizza Crust for Grilling - Mom on a Timeout


    3 Halloween Pizzas- not so scary!

    Ghost Pizza - This Mama Loves
    Mummy Faced Pizza - SusieQTpies Cafe
    Spook-tacular Pizza - It's Not Just About the Recipe


    41 Tasty & Fun Pizza Variations

    Asian Chicken Pizza with Peanut Sauce - Home Cooking Memories
    BLT Pizza - SusieQTpies Cafe
    Black Bean French Bread Pizza - Home Cooking Memories
    Breakfast Pizza Recipe - Robyn's View
    Cheesy Bacon Calzone -SusieQTpies Cafe
    Dairy Free Veggie Pizza - This Mama Loves
    Deluxe Supreme Crustless Pizza- SusieQTpies Cafe
    Do It Yourself Restaurant Pizza - Mom on Dealz
    Easy Biscuit Pull Apart Pizza - Just 2 Sisters
    Easy Chicken Crust Pizza - A Nation of Moms
    Easy Honey BBQ Chicken Pizza - SusieQTpies Cafe
    Easy Pizza Roll Up - Sweep Tight
    Easy Pizza Sauce - Captain America and His English Rose
    Easy Spinach Artichoke Pizza - SusieQTpies Cafe
    Gluten Free Pork Roll Breakfast Pizza - From Val's Kitchen
    Greek Style Pizza - Marinas Kitchen
    Grilled Pizza - About A Mom
    Grilled Pizza Bar - Trendy Mom Reviews
    Healthy Meal for Two Pizza Pinwheels - Newlywed Survival
    Homemade Pizza & Calzones - Captain America and His English Rose
    Homemade Pizza Ideas - Life From My Laptop
    Honey BBQ Chicken Pizza - A Night Owl Blog
    How to Make Homemade Pizza Tutorial - Parent Place
    MYOP (Make Your Own Pizza) Night - SusieQTpies Cafe
    Personal Mediterranean Pizza - Second Chance to Dream
    Personal Mexican Pizza - Kids Fun Reviewed
    Pink Pizza - Little Island Studios
    Pizza Margherita with Roasted Tomato Pizza Sauce - A Family Feast
    Pizza Puffs - Juggling Act Mama
    Pizza Soup - SusieQTpies Cafe
    Purple Japanese Pizza - Makobi Scribe
    Quick & Easy Taco Pizza with Velvetta - This Mama Loves
    Scrambled Egg Margherita Pizza - SusieQTpies Cafe
    Spinach Artichoke Dip Pizza - A Night Owl Blog
    Surf Board Arugula Pizza - Little Island Studios
    Taco Pizza (crustless) - SusieQTpies Cafe
    To Die For Pizza Dip - Call Me PMc
    Tomato and Olive Pizza - $5 Dinners
    Ultimate Stuffed Crust Pizza - Mom on a Time Out
    Vegan BBQ Chick 'n Pizza - Vegan Mother Hubbard
    Waffle Iron Pizza - A Slob Comes Clean


    5 Dessert Pizza Recipes

    Caramel Apple Sweet-za Dessert Pizza - This Mama Loves
    Cinnamon Apple Pizza - The Night Owl Mama
    Fruit Basket Mini Sugar Cookie Pizzas - Mom on a Timeout
    Peanut Butter and Jelly Sugar Cookie - Mom on a Timeout
    Pizza Cake - Kids Fun Reviewed


    Here is our Menu Plan Monday. I hope that you find it helpful. Feel free to go through the recipe box for other options. IF you have recipes on your blog, menu plans or anything food related, pleas share below! I'm thrilled that fall is just about here and we have already started having cooler weather. I don't care much for super cold weather but I love when the evenings cool for cookouts and bon fires. Dinner time menu planning becomes a tad easier in the fall, too!

    Menu Plan Monday

    Monday - Chili, Pumpkin Cookies, Cider and Sliced Apples
    TuesdaySlow Cooker Beer Chicken, Mock Mashed Potatoes and salad
    Wednesday - Crunchy Sloppy Joes, Baked Carrot Fries or ActiFry Sweet Potato Fries (recipe posted soon) and fruit
    Thursday-We will be gone all day so leftovers or check my recipe box.
    Friday- Pizza Night! Taco Pizza (crustless) and 1 or 2 more from the above list.
    Dessert -Super Quick Pumpkin Dip






    I've linked up at OrgJunkie's Menu Plan Monday link up. I will pin some on Pinterest as I have time this week!! Remember each week I try and share a recipe & menu plan each week which was linked up. If you do pin my post, please leave a comment and I will be sure to get yours pinned. Thanks! Have a super week.
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