Moist and delicious banana muffins one of my favorite recipes! I really must of liked this one to write it down. Sometimes if I don’t have sour cream in the house I will use Greek yogurt. Also adding and extra banana doesn’t hurt. Cream butter, sugar, bananas, and vanilla in a large bowl… Continue reading Banana mini muffins two ways!
This is my go to lunch and it is so good! Very fulling and flavorful and made with the healthiest ingredients. I even found really yummy crackers to go with. Recipe 1 can of Tuna 1 tablespoon of Greek Yogurt 1 tablespoon red onion 1 tablespoon celery a sprinkle of salt, pepper, garlic powder and… Continue reading Tasty Tuna Salad!
I have a lot of pallets lying around and a good friend inspired me on this one. A great sign to put on your front porch. I took 4 pallet boards. Screwed 3 together and saved one for my cross. I didn’t like the size of the sign so I cut a couple inches of… Continue reading Bible Verse Black Board
1. Carrot Gold Fish Bag So easy to make just buy some gold-fish, cone-shaped bags, and ribbon. I added a little something extra to the one pictured above. A green punch balloon makes the perfect carrot topper! 2. Butterfly Candy I used Word to find a butterfly and printed two different sizes. I… Continue reading 4 Super Easy Easter Favors!
Make easy and inexpensive favor for any occasion! Recipe 4 cups bird seed 1/2 cup water 3/4 cup flour 3 tablespoons corn syrup 1 packet unflavored gelatin non stick cooking spray Mix all ingredients in a large bowl and mix thoroughly. Spray cookie cutter with nonstick spray and fill with bird seed. Make sure… Continue reading Bird Seed Ornament Favors
This Easter basket I made for my son! I set a budget of $20.00 this year. I put all his favorite things in it and still came in under budget. He’s into Pokemon cards and they can be pretty pricey. I scored some great clearance deals some of the same deals I scored for my… Continue reading Easter Basket on a Budget!
If you love stuffed peppers this is a great recipe for you! A hearty healthy soup that will fill you up. Recipe 1 pound ground sausage 1 green pepper (I used a frozen one from my garden last year) 1 Roma tomato 1/2 onion 2 cloves garlic 1/2 Instant brown rice 4 cups water 1… Continue reading Stuffed Pepper Soup
I try not to spend a fortune on my kids for Easter. Especially this year because we are saving up to go somewhere warm and sunny. So I set myself a $20.00 spending limit for each child. After all, the Easter Bunny is not Santa Claus. I love to shop for clearance deals! This year… Continue reading Cheap and Awesome Easter Baskets!
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! This year my son was asked to decorate a “Cat in the Hat” stove pipe hat to wear to school to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s Birthday on March 2nd. The kids were ready to start on the project as soon as they got home. So for materials I had to use what… Continue reading “Cat in the Hat” Stove Pipe Hat
This is one of my favorite go to week night meals. My kids love it and it is so easy to make! They call it Egg Pie and it’s great to eat the next morning for breakfast. You can serve this with toast, home fires, or any breakfast meat. Recipe 8 eggs 1 cup milk… Continue reading Broccli Cheddar Egg Pie