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Freebie Friday: Cooking Conversions Chart for your Recipe Binder! Pages This Blog Friday, March 7, 2014 Freebie Friday: Cooking Conversions Chart for your Recipe Binder! The perfect addition to your Recipe Binder- a Cooking Conversions Chart! Store it in your binder or display it on your fridge! Designed with a thin, purple diagonal stripe border and colorful whisks this printable matches the Recipe Binder in Whisk Pattern, Rich Tones theme!

Download your printable here! You might also like: Recipe Binder { with Divider Tabs! Freebie Friday: Note and Ideas Page {navy stripe} Freebie Friday: A Little { Inspiration } to add to your ... Freebie Friday: Printable Divider Tabs and Pages for your ... Linkwithin Posted by Nicole Bielski at 8:32 AM Email ThisBlogThis! Labels: free, free printable, freebie, freebie friday, kitchen, kitchen organization, printable planner, printable recipe, recipe, recipe binder No comments: Post a Comment Thank you for taking the time to comment! Links to this post Create a Link Newer PostOlder PostHome. Caramel Apple Crisp Bites - Page 2 of 2 - Princess Pinky Girl. Bacon-Cheese Quiche, Recipe from Everyday Food, December 2011. Bacon Topped Three Cheese Potatoes. Casseroles.

It’s taken me years to get over that word. There’s something about the word “casserole” that completely turned me off. Now though, I embrace the casserole. Especially ones with bacon and cheese, and oh yes, potatoes! Three of my all time favorite ingredients. So whether you call it a casserole or a baked dish, this one is delicious and I urge you to give it a try! I use cheddar, monterey jack and smoked mozzarella in this dish. This is a fabulous side dish when serving a crowd or if you have a big family. Full printable instructions are below. Cook bacon and chop it up. You’ll want to parboil your potatoes in a saucepan over high heat for about 6-8 minutes.

Whisk together milk, heavy cream, salt, dry mustard, paprika and pepper. Reduce heat to low and add the shredded cheeses. Pour melted cheese mixture over the potatoes in the casserole dish. Now that I’ve embraced the casserole, and I have this awesome book full of casserole recipes, I’ll be making several more. Ingredients. Sallys Baking Addiction Homemade Frosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon Pop-Tarts. - Sallys Baking Addiction. If you like pop-tarts, you will love my Homemade Frosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon Pop-Tarts. 100% from scratch.

The frosting “sets” after an hour making them identical to the originals. Hi! (I’m currently wiping pop-tart crumbs off my keyboard.) I made a homemade version of my all-time favorite high school snack food. My high school vending machines never had anything interesting (mixed nuts, stale granola bars) but it did supply pop-tarts. Frosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon – the toaster pastry putting all other toaster pastries to shame. When I was 15, I would eat two brown sugar cinnamon pop-tarts at a time in about 20 seconds, twice a day – not caring for one second about all the processed junk going into my body. It’s been way too long since I tasted one of life’s greatest pleasures, so I set out to make my own. Can ya tell I’m a little excited?! I’m going to be honest. I highly suggest reading each step and viewing each photo before beginning.

(just keep scrolling, just keep scrolling…) Pastry1. Cannabis Carrot Cake - The Stoner’s Cookbook. Creamy Pasta Salad Supreme - Back for Seconds. Creamy Pasta Salad Supreme is the perfect light meal or side dish for summertime! This easy pasta salad is cool, creamy, and full of veggies, and protein! Thanks to KRAFT and Collective Bias for sponsoring this post! I have a hard time cooking dinner in the summer when it’s really hot outside. Hot food on a hot day just isn’t appealing to me. I added lots of protein to this cool, creamy salad so you can eat it as a main dish.

I picked up some Kraft pourables from walmart when I got the idea for this salad. This recipe makes a nice big bowl of pasta salad. #FoodDeservesDelicious #CollectiveBias Creamy Pasta Salad Supreme Creamy Pasta Salad Supreme is the perfect light meal or side dish for summertime! Ingredients 12oz bowtie pasta (cooked, drained, and cooled) 12oz salmon (cooked and flaked) 1 1/2 cup shredded cheese 1 Large tomato (chopped) 1 Large orange pepper (chopped) 1/4 teaspoon dill 1 1/2 cup ranch dressing (I used KRAFT light ranch) salt and pepper (to taste) Directions.

Macaroni & Summer Sausage Salad. Kitchen cheat sheets. Sweet Bacon Tator Tots. I am pretty sure you all know my love for bacon by now. I make a lot of food with this amazing ingredient and Sweet Bacon Tator Tots was an amazing new recipe to try! August 31st was National Bacon Day! Perfect!!! Our friends had us over for a party that night, so of course I had to make something with bacon! In all honesty, I would have anyway! We get together with this group of friends a lot and you can guarantee that at least one of us makes something with bacon. Recipe from The Cutting Edge of Ordinary Sweet Bacon Tator Tots Sweet Bacon Tator Tots combine bacon, tator tots, brown sugar, and chili powder for a delicious and sweet appetizer that everyone will enjoy! Author: Stacey Recipe type: appetizer Ingredients Approximately 50 - 55 tater tots (thawed to room temperature) 1-16-ounce package bacon (strips cut in 4 pieces) ⅔ cup brown sugar 2 tablespoons chili powder Instructions The following two tabs change content below.

I’m Aubrey. Hang This In Your Kitchen. Seriously, This Idea Is Genius. DIY Menu Planner. Perfect Homemade Iced Coffee - The Housewife in Training Files. French Toast Muffins | Baked French Toast Muffin Recipe. Baked French Toast Muffins I eat oatmeal with Caleb every morning for breakfast. It’s our thing. We invite Josh to our oatmeal party, but he rarely attends:) He would rather eat cold cereal or toast. Josh will sit down to watch cartoons though. I think he likes Curious George and Dinosaur Train more than Caleb does:) When we go out for breakfast, it’s a different story.

I think Sunday will be a French toast day at our house. When we do make French toast at home, it is usually Baked French Toast. Who wouldn’t want their own French toast muffin? I am sure the kids, dad, the dog, and whoever else wants to help make breakfast for mom will have fun making French toast muffins. Caleb couldn’t wait to get his tiny hands on a muffin! Treat mom to Baked French Toast Muffins on Sunday! If you are looking for other Mother’s Day brunch ideas, here are a few of my favorite recipes: Happy Mother’s Day!

Bringing back our family meals » Peanut Blossom. 17.2K Flares Pin It Share 16.6K 16K+ Facebook 470 Twitter 11 StumbleUpon 1 Google+ 73 17.2K Flares × I have a confession to make. Over the last 6-8 months I have done the absolute bare minimum when it comes to cooking and feeding my family. If you’ve been a long time Peanut Blossom fan, you may have noticed a remarkable drop in the number of recipe posts I’ve shared. The few that made it through were only shot because of a food photography challenge deadline. Between some dietary restrictions and my family’s infamous picky eating habits, I lost the will to cook. Guys, this is not me. The obstacles in front of me felt insurmountable, I felt like I didn’t have enough support from the ones eating my food, and it all felt like an unbelievable waste of time, energy, and money.

And then a miracle happened. And then I hit rock bottom. In a fit of frustration, my heart finally opened enough and I finally gave Zina’s approach some consideration. And best of all?? And the simple secret?? 1. 2. 3. Cookincanuck. Out of hundreds of recipes, these 10 recipes topped the list. There’s everything from soup to cookies to quick breads.

Let’s dive in! When you hit those big birthdays…30, 40, 50 and so on…do you get as sentimental as I do? I need a couple of days to look through all photos and relive memories from the past five or ten years. My poor family would be wise to leave the house, or just sit me in front of a plate full of sushi to keep my quiet. Well, I’m going through one of those sentimental times with my blog this week. So, I sat down with a bowl of soy sauce and cayenne-doused soba noodles (one of my many comfort foods) and scrolled through some of my favorite recipes and posts from the past five years. (For those of you who came for the regular Sunday running post, I promise that we’ll be back to regular programming next week.) So, here they are…your top 10 favorite recipes: #1 Hearty Chicken Stew with Butternut Squash & Quinoa The most frequently made recipe on my site.

Breakfast or dinner? Bow Tie Pasta and Chicken Casserole. [ Close Privacy Policy ] Privacy Policy / Your California Privacy Rights Revised and posted as of March 4, 2013 Prime Publishing, LLC and Ginsburg Enterprises Incorporated ("Company," "we" or "us") reserves the right to revise this Privacy Policy at any time simply by posting such revision, so we encourage you to review it periodically. In order to track any changes to this Privacy Policy, we will include a historical reference at the top of this document. This Privacy Policy will tell you, among other things: Your California privacy rights. How we collect information and what information we collect.

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Features designed to help ease your meal planning, ensuring real food is served and enjoyed, daily. 1. Two Week Plan: The new plan is now two weeks long, fourteen days. This also allows me to make bigger purchases, such as flour or maple syrup. This meal plan isn’t designated in days, rather each day is marked “day 1, day 2, day3″. 2. Under the meal plan, you will find a shopping list. This meal plan is created to be as resourceful as possible. I’ve also created a Pinterest Board just for the month of January and these recipes (along with a few other ideas, in case, you need some). This meal plan is not gluten-free. If you are interested in learning more about the logistics of meal planning, you can read more here. Dairy Meats Frozen.