Are you trying to grow your Pinterest following this year? We are too and would love it if you follow us! We will follow you back! Coffee With Us 3 Welcome, Welcome!! We are so glad you are joining us for our party! We think it’s going to be pretty fantastic Pintastic! First, let’s meet the hosts: Annie from Annie’s Noms Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter Roberta from Mommy Like Whoa Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter Deanna from Gloriously Made Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter Alli from An Alli Event Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter Daisy from Simplicity Relished Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter Stephanie from The Tip Toe
These Turkey Salsa Burger have so much flavor you won’t miss the ground beef, cheese, mayo, or even the bun!! This is quickly becoming my new favorite lunch. I’ve always enjoyed turkey burgers but just don’t make them very often. I had picked up some ground turkey on sale a couple weeks ago and knew I wanted to make turkey burgers with them but also wanted a way to kick it up a notch! I absolutely love the flavors the salsa and taco seasoning add to these burgers! And I love the creaminess the Greek yogurt adds to the
Work this week is crazy and I have been super busy. As you can see from this monthly meal plan, I am tired and want easy meals to make. I think The Hardworking Husband got a little tired of soups this month so I didn’t plan any for this next month. Enjoy this meal plan of easy recipes. Week 1: John Wayne Casserole (I have no idea why it’s called this) Chicken Quesadillas Pulled Pork Sandwiches Spaghetti & Mozzarella Grilled Cheese Sandwiches Pizza Week 2: French Dip Sandwiches Honey Chipotle Chicken Crispers Cookies Macaroni Beef Skillet Burgers Week 3: Chicken
No matter the party, Super Bowl, birthday, or just game night, you’ll find me by the dip(s) bowl! Dip is an absolute must for a great party, right?? Or at least I think so. So when trying to decide what to bring to our Super Bowl party this year, I spent a lot of time looking at dip recipes!! I thought I’d share some great ones with you, if case you find dip as important as I do! 30+ Great Dip Recipes An InLinkz Link-up Seriously I think this might be too many dip choices!! Which one to make first….
It has taken me 2 years to get back around to doing pasta again. Lucy has been bugging me for sometime to make Homemade Ravioli. I experimented with chocolate ravioli, but it just wasn’t good at all. And I wanted a new fangled ravioli maker before I tried again. And as a side note: I experiment quite often and have had too many failures. But I guess that’s part of experimenting. I say this so you don’t become discouraged when things flop. Even though you only see the things that turn out great for me, I do have failures just
Are you trying to grow your Pinterest following this year? We are too and would love it if you follow us! We will follow you back! Coffee With Us 3 Welcome, Welcome!! We are so glad you are joining us for our party! We think it’s going to be pretty fantastic Pintastic! First, let’s meet the hosts: Annie from Annie’s Noms Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter Roberta from Mommy Like Whoa Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter Deanna from Gloriously Made Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter Alli from An Alli Event Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter Daisy from Simplicity Relished Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter Stephanie from The Tip Toe Fairy
As we begin a new year, I wanted to change things up some. I have been doing a series of Cooking & Baking Goals for 2 years now. I didn’t finish last year well. I didn’t complete a goal recipe in October, November or December. I would like to continue challenging myself to make the “hard” stuff, but I just don’t that the desire to do it every month anymore. As I was doing some brainstorming of what I did want to do, I realized that I have a lot of cast iron cookware but not a lot of
I grew up eating this salad, though my mom made her Broccoli Waldorf Salad with sunflower seeds instead of pecans. I thought all waldorf salad had broccoli in it until I started looking for a recipe and nothing was right! So to me, this Broccoli Waldorf Salad is what waldorf salads are supposed to be! I make my Broccoli Waldorf Salad with both dried cranberries and raisins, but you can easily use either. And I use gala apples, but if you want a bit of tartness, use granny smith instead. I love that this is a really easy recipe, and
A while back I made Homemade Marshmallows. I thought it would be fun to make Pink Marshmallow Hearts. It would be a great added touch to Valentine’s Day. I wanted to use a natural food coloring though. I talked with Granola Girl, and with the help of another friend, we finally landed on beet powder. It would change the texture and flavor of the marshmallows the least. I was mentioning this to Jamie and she said she had dehydrated beets I could have. I took them and ground them in my spice grinder (coffee grinder used only for spices).
I am horrible about starting projects and then moving on to new projects halfway through. I know I can’t be alone in this, right? The problem is that sometimes when I finally get back to a project, I can’t find all of the supplies for it, or I no longer remember what the pattern was. This is why I implemented this simple and inexpensive craft project organization system. Now when I start working on a project, I grab a plastic 6 quart storage container (the size of a standard shoebox) and put any pattern, supplies, fabric, and accessories into it.