Showing posts with label Recipes. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Recipes. Show all posts

Monday, March 4, 2013

New Recipes: Day 4

The Bacon Horseradish Burgers, minus the horseradish were super yummy and easy!  Even my 5 year-old ate most of hers.  There were no leftovers!  Here's an updated list of recipes:

1. Skillet Vegetable Lasagna
2. Cheesy Rotini and Chicken Skillet
3. Bacon Horseradish Burgers
4. 2-Step Creamy Chicken and Pasta
5. Easy Chicken and Cheese Enchiladas
6. Easy Chicken Parm
7. 2-Step Skillet Chicken Broccoli Divan
8. Warm Spinach and Rice Chicken Salad
9. Fiesta Soup
10. Biscuit-Topped Chicken Pot Pie
11. Broccoli Chicken and Rice Casserole
12. Chicken Wellington
13. Wild Roasted Chicken Wraps
14. Warm Chicken Caesar Wraps
15. Southern BBQ Chicken and Rice
16. Monterey Chicken and Rice Quiche
17. Pocket Meals on the Run
18. Mexican Dip
19. Southwest Steak Salad
20. Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad
21. Chef's Salad
22. Cobb Salad
23. Ham and Asparagus Strata
24. Pesto Stuffed Porkchops
25. Dave's Oven-roasted Porkloin

Chicken Wellington
from Perfect Meals, a mini cookbook from Uncle Ben's and Tyson Foods 1997

1/2 cup water
1/2 teaspoon chicken bouillon granules
1/2 cup Uncle Ben's Brand Instant Rice
1/2 cup chopped fresh spinach
1/4 cup finely chopped red bell pepper
4 Tyson IFF Boneless, Skinless, Chicken Breasts, thawed
1 container (8oz) refrigerated crescent rolls

1. Heat oven to 375 degrees F.  In medium saucepan, combine water and bouillon granules.  Bring to a boil; add rice.  Remove from heat; let stand 5 minutes.  Stir in spinach and bell paper; mix well.

2. Flatten each chicken breast to about 1/4 inch by pounding between two pieces of waxed paper.  Season with salt and pepper, if desired.  Place 1/4 of rice mixture on each chicken breast.  Roll up, tucking in edges.

3. Divide crescent roll dough into 4 squares.  Press each square to measure 6x6 inches.  Place chicken in center, fold dough to enclose chicken; press edges to seal.  Place on greased baking pan, seam side down.

4. Bake 25 to 30 minutes, or until golden brown and chicken juices run clear.

Serves 4.
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Friday, March 1, 2013

New Recipes: Day 3

The Easy Chicken and Cheese Enchiladas were delicious! I would call them more creamy than cheesy and the picante sauce I used was a bit too spicy for my daughter but overall we really enjoyed it.  I was able to squeeze in two more enchiladas in my dish as well.  I served it with plain white rice but it would be really good with some spanish-style Rice-a-roni.  My husband said that "the fresh, diced tomatoes were exquisite.". Direct quote lol! 
Easy Chicken and Cheese Enchiladas via Campbell's Kitchen
 
Tonight we'll be having Bacon Horseradish Burgers, minus the horseradish because of the spicy factor.  It's another Campbell's Kitchen recipe!
 
What You'll Need
1 1/2 pounds ground beef
1 can (11 1/2 ounces) Campbell's® Condensed Bean with Bacon Soup
1/2 cup water
1 tablespoon horseradish
6 slices Cheddar cheese (about 6 ounces)
6 Pepperidge Farm® Classic Sandwich Buns with Sesame Seeds, split

How to Make It

1. Shape the beef into 6 (1/2-inch thick) burgers.
2. Cook the burgers in a 12-inch skillet over medium-high heat for 10 minutes or until well browned on both sides. Pour off any fat.
3. Stir the soup, water and horseradish in the skillet and heat to a boil. Reduce the heat to low. Cover and cook for 5 minutes or until the burgers are cooked through. Top the burgers with the cheese and cook until the cheese is melted. Serve the burgers and sauce on the buns.
 
* I plan on using just a pound of ground beef divide into 4 patties and serve it somewhat open-faced.
 
Mmmm! Can't wait for dinner! :)
Jessi and B 
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Thursday, February 28, 2013

New Recipes: Day 2

So how did you do with the Warm Spinach and Rice Chicken Salad?  My husband said it was good but weird because the spinach was warm.  I liked it enough that I'll make it again but for lunch with the moms.  It was filling but I was hoping for more of a zip from the dressing. 
Mine

Theirs
 
 Here's the recipe from the site.

What You'll Need
1 can (10 3/4 ounces) Campbell's® Condensed Cream of Chicken Soup (Regular or 98% Fat Free)
1/2 cup sour cream
1 cup Pace® Picante Sauce
2 teaspoons chili powder
2 cups chopped cooked chicken
1/2 cup shredded Monterey Jack cheese
6 flour tortillas (6-inch), warmed
1 small tomato, chopped (about 1/2 cup)
1 green onion, sliced (about 2 tablespoons) 
 
How to Make It
 
1. Heat the oven to 350°F. Stir the soup, sour cream, picante sauce and chili powder in a medium bowl.
 
2. Stir 1 cup soup mixture, chicken and cheese in a large bowl.
 
3. Divide the chicken mixture among the tortillas. Roll up the tortillas and place seam-side down in an 11 x 8 x 2-inch baking dish. Pour the remaining soup mixture over the filled tortillas. Cover the baking dish.
 
4. Bake for 40 minutes or until the enchiladas are hot and bubbling. Top with the tomato and onion.                                      
 
If you have questions or suggestions, please leave us a comment!
 
See you tomorrow for Day 3,
Jessi and B

 
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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

25 Days of New Recipes

Hello!  It's been a while but I promise that Bree and I have some exciting DIY projects cooking.  And speaking of cooking, boy am I tired of making and eating the same thing over and over!  You may remember from this post that I budget my groceries and plan my meals.  It's been about a year since I started my meal planning and I'm ready for some culinary changes.  Keeping budget in mind plus my increasingly busy schedule, I needed to come up with some quick and satisfying options.  I started with my own recipe box that is overflowing with clipped recipes from magazines and newspapers (yes some are very old lol) and those little promotional cookbooks from the grocery store.  I decided on one book and one website to start since my little box was so overwhelming full.  As I go down my list daily, I will include the recipe and/or the link.  These are easy, quick meals that a beginner can do and a veteran can appreciate so I hope you can join me!  In no particular order, here is my recipe list!

1. Skillet Vegetable Lasagna
2. Cheesy Rotini and Chicken Skillet
3. Bacon Horseradish Burgers
4. 2-Step Creamy Chicken and Pasta
5. Easy Chicken and Cheese Enchiladas
6. Easy Chicken Parm
7. 2-Step Skillet Chicken Broccoli Divan
8. Warm Spinach and  Rice Chicken Salad
9. Fiesta Soup
10. Biscuit-Topped Chicken Pot Pie
11. Broccoli Chicken and Rice Casserole
12. Chicken Wellington
13. Wild Roasted Chicken Wraps
14. Warm Chicken Caesar Wraps
15. Southern BBQ Chicken and Rice
16. Monterey Chicken and Rice Quiche
17. Pocket Meals on the Run
18. Mexican Dip
19. Southwest Steak Salad
20. Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad
21. Chef's Salad
22. Cobb Salad
23. Ham and Asparagus Strata
24. Pesto Stuffed Porkchops
25. Dave's Oven-roasted Porkloin

I hope to post in the morning what I'll be making for dinner as well as a review of the recipe from the night before.  All but 3 of these meals will be new for me too so I'm very excited to get started!

Warm Spinach and Rice Chicken Salad
from Perfect Meals, a mini cookbook from Uncle Ben's and Tyson Foods 1997

2 Tyson IFF boneless, skinless, chicken breast, frozen
1 box Uncle Ben's brand Country Inn Rice Dishes-Chicken flavor
1/3 cup Italian salad dressing
4 cups chopped fresh spinach
2 plum tomatoes, chopped
1/4 cup pitted ripe olives, halved

*I used my usual Walmart brand chicken breast and Rice-a-Roni because I couldn't find that Uncle Ben's rice.  Also will be omitting the olives because my husband doesn't like them!

1. Remove protective ice glaze from frozen breasts by holding under lukewarm running water for 1 to 2 minutes.

2. Meanwhile, prepare rice according to package directions. Brush chicken with 2 teaspoons salad dressing. Grill or broil 20 to 25 minutes, or until juices run clear, turning once.

3. Combine hot cooked rice with remaining salad dressing, spinach, tomatoes and olives; stir until spinach is lightly wilted. Place rice mixture on individual serving plates, top with sliced chicken.

Serves 2.

Mmm, I can hardly wait!!!
Jessi and B
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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Blogger Fall Feature: Week 3 {Delicious Recipes with Pumpkin}

 {Delicious Recipes with Pumpkin}

Pumpkin Spice Rice Crispie Treats

 Pumpkin Frozen Yogurt

 Pumpkin and Cheese Spice Bread

 Pumpkin Latte

 Pumpkin Chili

I normally like to go to the source for any blog sharing ideas but this is a simple and well done post by "Dream Book Design" on 

Enjoy!!! AND if you create any of these delicious ideas
 please make sure to SHARE! ;) 
Yes, of coarse I'm meaning ME but share with a neighbor, family or friend! 

Happy Fall~
Bree and J
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Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Blogger Fall Feature: Week 2 Fall Harvest Bar


Fall Harvest Bars
A fall-themed cereal bar with candy corn and peanuts.

Ingredients
  •     1/2 cup butter, softened    
  •     1 package yellow cake mix with pudding
  •     1 egg
  •     3 1/2 cups miniature marshmallows
  •     1/2 cup light corn syrup
  •     1/4 cup granulated sugar
  •     1/4 cup brown sugar, firmly packed
  • 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 2 cups Crispix Cereal
  • 2 cups peanuts, lightly salted
  • 1 cup candy corn
    Instructions
    1. Preheat oven to 350°F.2. Combine the butter, egg, and cake mix in a large bowl until well combined.3. Press cake mix "dough" into the bottom of an ungreased 15"x10"x1" jellyroll pan.4. Bake for 12 -15 minutes or edges are lightly browned.5. Remove from oven, sprinkle marshmallows over hot crust, then bake for an additional 1 - 2 minutes or until the marshmallows have puffed.6. While crust is baking, combine corn syrup, sugar, and brown sugar in a large saucepan and cook over medium heat, stirring until it comes to a boil.7. Remove from heat and add the peanut butter and vanilla and stir until smooth.8. Gently stir in cereal, peanuts, and candy corn to coat.9. Spoon over warm crust and marshmallows, then wet your hands and gently press the cereal mixture to spread it over the marshmallows.10. Cool completely, then cut into bars.

    Details
    Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Yield: 48 bars


    The website recipe is originally found and  printed it from no longer exists.  I found similar recipes at Land O Lakes and at Recipe Quick.

    YUUUUUUM~Bree and J
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Friday, April 27, 2012

Zaycon Foods





Zaycon Foods is fast, convenient, fresh, and affordable way to purchase BULK meats, fruits and more. When i say BULK I mean BULK...their last chicken sales event the MINIMUM you could buy was 40lbs...but buying in such a large quantity is well worth your dollar! Just hope you have room in you freezer...for us we have an extra.

The company is privately owned and based in the state of Washington. They sell only what they would eat themselves providing high quality, healthy food. Founded in 2009 they pride themselves on :
  • Integrity
  • Teamwork
  • Exceptional Customer Service
  • "No Sacred Chickens" (a tongue-in-cheek phrase for how they handle and deal with issues)
While only focusing on the commonly consumed food items such as fresh meats like chicken, beef, turkey, pork and fish they are able to deliver products direct from the farm/processor...the products are as fresh as if you had your own farm!

I have personally yet to try them...I missed out on the chicken sale event but when the next one comes around I will be looking forward to it! It is my understanding that this is how it works:
  • you sign up, select your location, and choose/purchase your item
  • the day of event/sale/pick up (this is usually one day and during select hours, you see this before purchase) you show up, they load, you drive away without even having to get out of your car
  • go home, freezer pack, cook and enjoy!


For more information follow these links:


Upcoming Event Details:

Maple Valley, WA True Cod, 93/7 Ground Beef, All Beef Hot Dogs and German Sausage
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Generational Hope Christian
26040 Southeast 216th St.
Maple Valley, WA 98038
Our savings events often sell out quickly. Remember, you may order until the cut-off date, or until the product is sold out.
Please add z@zayconfoods.com to your "safe senders" list to ensure that you continue to receive email notification from Zaycon Foods.
   

Products

Orders must be placed by Sunday, May 13, 2012 and payment must be received by Sunday, May 13, 2012.
Fresh Ground Beef, Lean (93/7) - 40 lbs
A 40 lb case containing 4 tubes of fine grind lean 93/7 ground beef. This product is LFTB free. Weight is approximate, meaning not all cases are exactly 40 lbs. If, upon delivery, your case is not 40 lbs, you will receive a credit to your Zaycon Foods account.
$3.29/lb
Each unit contains 40 lbs

1
Unit

$131.60
2
Units

$263.20
3
Units

$394.80
4
Units

$526.40
5
Units

$658.00
6
Units

$789.60
How many units would you like to order?

0 X $131.60 = $0.00

Premium all BEEF Hot Dogs
These ALL BEEF PREMIUM HOT DOGS are made with beef sirloin trimmings - There are 50 per 10 lb case.
$2.99/lb
Each unit contains 10 lbs

1
Unit

$29.90
2
Units

$59.80
3
Units

$89.70
4
Units

$119.60
5
Units

$149.50
6
Units

$179.40
How many units would you like to order?

0 X $29.90 = $0.00

Frozen Alaskan True Cod Fillets
IQF
$5.29/lb
Each unit contains 20 lbs

1
Unit

$105.80
2
Units

$211.60
3
Units

$317.40
4
Units

$423.20
5
Units

$529.00
6
Units

$634.80
How many units would you like to order?

0 X $105.80 = $0.00

German Sausage
pork & beef with spices
$2.99/lb
Each unit contains 10 lbs

1
Unit

$29.90
2
Units

$59.80
3
Units

$89.70
4
Units

$119.60
5
Units

$149.50
6
Units

$179.40
How many units would you like to order?

0 X $29.90 = $0.00


Reviews:

"I really like the chicken breasts we received. First, they are a great size. Chopped up, two chicken breasts can make a meal that lasts us 2 days. And they have a wonderful fresh taste to them. We originally received the chicken fresh so I had to freeze the remaining portions that I wasn’t going to use immediately. After being frozen for a couple of weeks, the chicken still has that fresh taste just like the ones I used right after receiving them."-surprisedmama.com

"I am so excited to see what else that Zaycon might be bringing to my area the next time that they are around. I love how they do it. They plan events for different areas in the US and if you are registered with them you will be notified about an event near you. They bring the truck out and pick up your fresh items from them. I know what you are thinking, "oh so they are like the Schwan's man". My answer to you is "NOT AT ALL". This is fresh, top quality product that is based on the region and the season. They may be having a peaches and chicken event and the next time they come to your area it might just be wonderful smoky bacon!!!! The products do come by the case, and if you are now thinking "well that is too much for my family", then you could split a case with a friend or neighbor. Honestly we are a family of 3 and buying things by the case is great and keeps my monthly grocery budget down as well as allows me to plan ahead with my meals."-southerncouponqueen.com

"I went down to my local pick-up location which was about 20 minutes from my home, not too bad of a commute. When I arrived everything was very well organized and ran quickly and easily. You stay in your car the whole time and are “checked-in” and given a card that indicates how many units you purchased. You then continue down 30 feet ahead to the back of the truck and trade your unit card over for your purchase. This system worked so well that there was no confusion and I was in and out in less than 10 minutes!"-amomstake.com

Gotta Feed the Family~
Bree and J
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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Grandma Worthy Hints and Tips Food: Tips 1-10


I have a recipe book that my wonderful Grandma Holm made me many, many years ago....through out the years I have added many more recipes, ideas and tips from some of my best known bakers! My Family! Thanks to my contributors Grandma Haley and Rita as well!

Here are only a few tips (10) from grandma knowledge!

10 Hints and Tips for Food:

1. Freezing Berries: To prevent berries from sticking together when you freeze wash them gently, pat dry and lay on cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Place in freezer. Once frozen remove berries and place into desired bags.Hulling Strawberries: To easily hull strawberries insert a sturdy straw through the bottom tip of berry and push it out the top. This will remove the hull and leaves.

2. Avocados: To store halved avocados and prevent them from turning brown, refrigerate them flesh side down in a bowl of water with a little bit of lemon juice. They will keep for a few days. You can also do this when preparing slices of avocado ahead of time for salads or garnishes. To keep guacamole from turning brown, lay plastic wrap directly onto the guacamole.

3. Baking Pastries: When baking cookies, choux puffs, or pastries cases directly on a baking sheet (or just use a pastry sheet), slide a thin palette knife or metal spatula under the pastries to loosen them from the sheet halfway through the cooking time.

4. Ball of Herbs: Put loose herbs into a tea ball and hook the chain over the edge of the pot. Then you don't have to strain the sauce or go fishing for the cheesecloth bag. Another trick if you want to use the cheesecloth bag, tie the bag with long enough string to tie to the pot handle or lid handle. Then you can easily find it.

5. Chicken Roasters vs. Broilers-fryers:
A Roaster chicken is usually a 3-5 month chicken weighing 5-7 pounds. It has a thicker layer of fat, which help baste the bird, as it roasts. They aren't as good for grilling or boiling since the large pieces will overcook on the outside before cooking the middle. Its meat is slightly tougher but more flavorful, which means it benefits from slower cooking of roasting, braising or stewing.
Broiler-fryer chickens are younger and tenderer meat coming to market from 6-8 weeks old and are more suitable for broiling or frying over higher heat. They usually weigh between 3-4 pounds. Left whole they make a fine roast chicken although the parts are smaller and a 4 pound chicken will barely serve four people. They are not suitable for slow cooking methods such as stews or braise since they could dry out more easily.

6. Chili Peppers: When handling chili peppers put your hands in plastic bags to prevent the juices and smell from your hands.

7. Cooling Stock: The easiest way to chill stock is to allow enough time for it to cool in the refrigerator. The fat congeals on top and you can easily skim it off with a flat bottomed spoon. If the stock is warm, skin off as much as you can with a spoon and then use a paper towel. Lay the paper towel over the surface of the stock. Immediately draw it up toward you and away from the stock. Have the trash can handy for the dripping towels. Cool lettuce also works to attract fat molecules. Use it as you would the paper towels.

8. Cutting Cheese Cake: When cutting cheesecake use fishing line or dental floss instead of a knife. Cut it longer than the diameter of the cheesecake. Wrap the ends of the line around your middle fingers, stretch the line and push down through the cake. Let go of the line with one hand and pull through the line staying as close to the plate as possible.

9. Egg Wash: To make an egg wash that is smooth, evenly textured and brushes on easily, add a pinch of salt to one whole egg beaten with 1 tbs. of water. The salt breaks down the protein in the egg white so the wash is fluid. Egg wash can be used for instance to brush on a pie crust.

10. Edible Flowers:
Sweet Flowers: anise hyssop, elderberry, honeysuckle, lavender, lemon balm, rose, scented geranium, violets, johnny jump ups.
Savory Flowers: borage, calendula, chive, chervil, chrysanthemum, coriander, dandelion, day lily, dill, fennel, lovage, nasturtium, rosemary, sage, squash, thyme.
Sweet/Savory Flowers: daisy, dianthus, lilac, pansy.

Happy Cooking~
Bree and J
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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

3 Easters: Metzger Style

Last we had a 3 Easter Holiday as well....with so many family so spread out we ended up having multiple Easters...this usually happens with all our holidays as well as many other families out there. The more the merrier..or Eastier. LOL (i'm a dork...this i know)

 1st Easter
At my Mom's house celebrated with my Mom, her boy friend Kenny, my sisters Anna and Sarah, my grandma and grandpa Holm and us! Funny to think....there were 11 people there...and our family alone made up 5 of those 11. Hahaha! Good thing we are DONE!
Brooklyn trying to devour her Easter Bunny, Easter Egg Hunting,Bradley showing off his muscles!, Dinner time and family....AND GRANDPA sitting at the KIDDY table! ;)

2nd Easter
Lets head to Moses Lake to visit Grandma Joyce. 
All worth the total almost 6 hour drive. The kids were great! 
THE EMERGENCY KIT
Thanks Daddy for driving, thats an over 15 FEET tall wall of SNOW along the freeway, pit stop at Owen's Meats and The Cle Elem Bakery for snacks, Bradley taking a picture of me with his Leap Pad, SO AMAZED by the huge windmill farms over east.

Brooklyn's First experience with grass...she wasnt too sure about the stuff,Bubble blowing and egg hunting, relaxing after their hunt, egg inventory, Grandmas doggy "Nicholas" wanted Braedens toy chick SOOO bad...Braeden was NOT fond of that idea!

3rd Easter
Metzger Style....just good times, good people, playing, eating and relaxing!
So wonderful the weather worked out beautifully!
Spent with...in order from youngest to oldest:
Brooklyn
(2 1/2 weeks older) Adorable Nephew Lincoln
Braeden, Bradley, Nephew Taylor
Me (Bree) , Husband (Brock)
Sis in law Melissa and her hubby Martin
In Laws aka MOM and DAD 
Taylor wrestling with the boys..they had SO much fun! Chalking...my favorite childhood past time, all the kiddos on the 4 wheeler with Papa, Grandma Debbi's Daffodil, Daddy and Sissy cuddle time and Brooklyn's Choices of Easter Dresses....yes she is spoiled by her Grandmas!

DESSERT for 1st Easter

 Rolls for 3rd Easter

Hope everyone had a "Hoppy" Easter~
Bree and J

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Saturday, April 7, 2012

Easter Food Craft's

 We try to be creative in our household without having to spend any extra money! Love these easy ways to add alittle surprise to the table!


You can also use the bunny cookie cutter for this next food craft...we will Easter morning!
This is also our boy's favorite breakfast!

"Egg N' Hat" or "Egg N' Nest"
I love this simple breakfast as it was something my mom used to make...I'm pretty sure it's a traditional meal in everyone's household!

Make sure to add more butter between flipping...or you can pre butter the bread to make this easier.

Enjoy~
Bree and J



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Friday, April 6, 2012

Pinterest Challenge: Easter Favorites


Every Friday (we hope) but every week we like to have a Pinterest Challenge! This is where we see who can find THE best pin of...whatever the challenge may be! 
We would love your input and your vote on who wins the Pinterest Challenge!

We would love for you to follow our Pinterest Boards!
 Become a pinterest sister and find us at Farm House Sisters

This week's Challenge:
THE Best of Easter: EGGS, DECOR, CRAFT, RECIPE and RANDOM






Keep pinning~
Jessi and Bree




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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

FH Sisters Pinterst Board Highlight: Bounce into...Spring


To see more on an idea you like here or more of our spring ideas and pins go to "Bounce into..Spring" Board on Pinterest.
Or if you have a pinterest account and you like our "pinning" style please feel free to follow all our boards at 
Farm House Sisters on Pinterest

Happy Spring~
Bree and J


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Monday, April 2, 2012

My April Fools

Having them close their eyes got them super excited! Then once they opened them Bradley's excitement turned to utter and total confusion. Even after explaining over and over that everything still tasted normal it still took them awhile to take a bite, Bradley even waited until after his brother took the first bite, realized he was ok and taste tested himself. The funny thing is usually Mac N Cheese is the first thing gone off their plates. Yesterday it was Bradley's last thing gone. Wonderfully fun year...can't wait until next year!

Blue Mac N' Cheese, Inside Out Orange, and Cheese and Sprinkles Served on a Upside Down Plate



All Served on Upside Down Plates
(Braeden couldn't handle it and turned his back over)
Over sized Forks and Milk Served in Baby Food Jars...
Happy April Fools!
Hope your fooling was fun~
Bree and J




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Sunday, April 1, 2012

Save your "old" strawberries for smoothies

Buying Bulk can save you money, but sometimes it just doesn't all get eaten...especially when buying bulk fruits and veggies. Nothing is less appetizing when your fresh produce starts to look old. The truth is it still is ok to eat. When our strawberries start to turn we wash, trim off the bad areas and freeze them in smoothie serving sizes. This is usually 4 to 5 berries to a bag. When you are ready to use frozen berries just take out of freezer place in warm water for a few and then add them in to blend. Simple!

Simple Strawberry Banana Smoothie that is a favorite at our house.
Freeze, blend and enjoy~
Bree and J

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Saturday, March 31, 2012

This Weeks Pinterest Favorites

WEEKLY PINTEREST CHALLENGE:

Pick you favorites from each board...lets see who picked THE best. A good ol' Jessi vs Bree friendly competition
 to see who has the top pick!
Please comment below on this weeks winner!

It's Your Birthday...Party

Jessi vs Bree

Halloooooweeeen!

Jessi vs Bree

Healthy Habits

Jessi vs Bree
hahaha! Looks like we are both winners here!

Organized

Jessi vs Bree
Sometimes it's scary how much we think alike!!

Photo Opt Ideas

Jessi vs Bree

I'm Hungry

Jessi vs Bree
hmmmm...they BOTH look good to me!

Dear Santa

Jessi vs Bree
Jessi's was my 2nd pic...such a tough one to choose!

Dear Easter Bunny

Jessi vs Bree

DIY

Jessi vs Bree

Love to Design

Jessi vs Bree
Funny how it's both yellow...love them both

Baby Album

Jessi vs Bree
Both are beautiful!

Home Sweet Home

Jessi vs Bree
ok...now we need to find 2 of these....one for each of us!

Mother's/Father's Day

Mommy vs Mommy
I'm sure any mommy would love either of these for Mother's Day

4th of July

Jessi vs Bree
I know what she'll bring to the 4th of July Party, lol, I'll be bring the same thing!

Be My Valentine

Jessi vs Bree

Giving Thanks

Jessi vs Bree
ok..this one there weren't very many to choose from

Falling for...Fall

Jessi vs Bree

Bounce into...Spring

Jessi vs Bree
LOVE them both..to bad they wouldn't work well together

Winter Wonderland

Jessi vs Bree


Dig In The Dirt...Gardening

I think we both like how this is so smart AND so easy...oh ya and SO CHEAP!

Crazy Kids

Jessi vs Bree

Fun In The Sun...Summer

Jessi vs Bree
Alright Jess...I'll bring my Bubble Refill Station, come over, and sit on your gorgeous outdoor furniture that kids WILL NOT BE ALLOWED ON! LOL!
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