Cherry Pie in a Jar

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Cherry Pie in a Jar

  Cherry Pie in a Jar for Every Day I love Cherry Pie in a Jar.  They are simple to make, and you can have them ready for family or guests in less than an hour.  Even if you make a homemade crust!  I started making these when I wanted to have dessert, but something fresh and a little different.  I had some 4 ounce canning jars on my table from using up some jelly, and thought how perfect!  A {Read More}

Pocket Emergency Kit

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Pocket Emergency Kit

Pocket Emergency Kit for those Unknown Situations You never know what life is going to throw at you.  But, it’s much better to be prepared.  I really dislike carrying around a big purse filled with everything, so I condensed things down into a single pill bottle, so everything is all together and I’m ready for what life may bring.  A Pocket Emergency Kit is perfect to toss in your purse and forget about it until you need it.  Part first {Read More}

One Pot Lemon Chicken

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One Pot Lemon Chicken

One Pot Lemon Chicken for a Tasty Dinner Dinner that you can make in a single pot is one of the best dinners out there.  Who wants a ton of dishes?  Not me!  One Pot Lemon Chicken is just that.  With one Dutch oven, you can make a whole meal that will feed your entire family.  It’s full of flavor and is all whole foods, with only a bit of lemon pepper as a seasoning, so it’s pretty good for {Read More}

10 Benefits of Honey

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  Honey: What it Takes Since ancient times, honey has been a prized treat for everyone from royalty to the commoner.  It was given as gifts, delicious beverages were made from it, and it has been found in tombs, still edible, after thousands of years.  But what does it take to make honey?  It can be a little astounding!  On average, it takes about 66,000 bees, traveling 55,000 miles to make a single pound.  During their trek, they will visit {Read More}

Rich and Creamy Organic Hot Cocoa Mix

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Organic Hot Cocoa Mix

Homemade Organic Hot Cocoa Mix is Perfect Have you ever looked at a package of hot cocoa mix and wished there was a better option?  Maybe something organic with ingredients that you can pronounce?  Well, now there is!  This homemade Organic Hot Cocoa Mix is super simple to make and has a total of two ingredients.  Yes, you read that right!  Amazingly rich chocolate flavor that tastes better than from a premade mix, with only two ingredients.  And, if you {Read More}

Passionate Pink Lemonade

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Passionate Pink Lemonade

Fresh Squeezed Passionate Pink Lemonade There’s nothing quite as good as a glass of freshly squeezed Passionate Pink Lemonade.  Tart and sweet, the old fashioned flavor is reminiscent of days long gone, sitting on a porch swing and sipping the day away.  Even in the middle of winter, a tall glass of Passionate Pink Lemonade is a fantastic way to rehydrate your body and give it some much needed pep!  Lemons have a lot of great vitamins and minerals such {Read More}

Copycat Chick-fil-A Chicken Nuggets Recipe

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Copycat Chick-fil-A Nuggets

Copycat Chick-fil-A Chicken Nuggets Made at Home Chick-fil-A has some of the best chicken nuggets around.  Crispy, tangy, and amazing are three words my family uses to describe this fantastic dish.  The nearest Chick-fil-A, though, is on the other side of town from us.  So, instead of trekking all the way over there, I decided to make them at home.  Copycat Chick-fil-A Chicken Nuggets have that same crispy and tangy flavor that my family loves, made from scratch.  I love {Read More}

Smoker Recipe: Pulled Pork Shoulder (or Butt)

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  Pulled Pork Shoulder from Your Smoker If you have a smoker, you need to try this recipe for Pulled Pork Shoulder.  Amazing flavor is abundant in every bite, whether you eat it fresh from the smoker or freeze some for later.  This recipe makes enough Pulled Pork Shoulder for a good sized barbecue, if you want to share, or quite a few fantastic meals.  This recipe works well for pork shoulder or butt, so watch for sales at your {Read More}

Bean Soup in a Jar

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Bean Soup in a Jar

Easy Bean Soup in a Jar Bean Soup is one of my favorite things to make in a jar and give as a gift by itself or in a themed gift basket. Dry beans are inexpensive, especially if you shop at Aldi’s or dollar stores for them, and with jars you can find at second hand stores or maybe in your own attic, you have easy gifts! If you like, you can make up spice mixes to go with the {Read More}

Gluten Free Crustless Quiche

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Gluten Free Crustless Quiche

Gluten Free Crustless Quiche You’ll Love If you’re trying to cut down on your carbs or are going completely gluten free, this Gluten Free Crustless Quiche is an amazing addition to your breakfast or brunch, and you won’t miss the crust!  The rich flavor comes together with cheese, broccoli, and eggs to make your meal an amazing treat.  Gluten Free Crustless Quiche is a super simple recipe too!  It takes less than an hour to bring it together from fresh {Read More}

Pork Roast with Pears and Squash

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Pork Roast with Pears and Squash

Pork Roast with Pears and Squash for a Simple Heartfelt Meal When the weather starts to turn cooler, I always look for great ways to work in some of the beautiful fall produce that is hitting stores and farmer’s markets right about now.  This past week, I made a Pork Roast with Pears and Squash in my slow cooker that was probably the best roast I’ve ever had.  It utilized my favorite parts of fall, gorgeous fruits and winter squashes, {Read More}

Chicken and Gnocchi Soup

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Chicken and Gnocchi Soup

Chicken and Gnocchi Soup at Home One of the reasons I stop at Olive Garden is for their Chicken and Gnocchi Soup.  Tender, roasted chicken is simmered with vegetables and adorned with little potato dumplings called gnocchi in Italian.  I once had a neighbor that would make these little dumplings with her family.  It would take all day, and then they would lay them out on clean sheets on the beds, because the recipe made so many.  They were delicious {Read More}

Easy Lasagna in Minutes

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Easy Lasagna

  Easy Lasagna for those Busy Nights Some nights, I need a dinner that I can fix quickly and toss in the oven while I get other things done, like helping the kids with homework.  Easy Lasagna is one of those dishes that’s my go-to when I don’t have the time to make a full blown fancy meal for my family.  What makes it so easy is the ravioli in place of the lasagna noodles and cheese.  There’s no boiling, {Read More}

Brownie Bites with a Secret

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  Brownie Bites with a Secret Do you love Brownie Bites?  They are this perfect little dessert that is indulgent but easy on the waistline.  Well, these Brownie Bites have a SECRET!  They are a little healthier than the average brownie bite.  They have all the yumminess of a rich cakey brownie, with the goodness of pumpkin!  Yes, I said it, pumpkin.  No, you don’t taste pumpkin, you only taste the chocolate. One of the other things I love so {Read More}

Copycat Recipe: Olive Garden Salad Dressing Recipe

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  Olive Garden Salad Dressing at Home, Anytime When you go to the Olive Garden, the one thing most people love is the salad.  I mean, who doesn’t love an all you can eat salad?  It’s crispy, it’s fresh, and the dressing is delicious!  But what if you could make it at home any day?  What if it was so simple to make, that you could have a bottle of Olive Garden Salad Dressing in the fridge for any time {Read More}

Housecleaning on a Schedule – With FREE Printable Chart

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Housecleaning on a Schedule How do you keep your house clean without spending all day cleaning it?  My best tip, is to do a little each day.  Each day will take an hour or less, when kept up.  And just think, one hour a day for a clean house all week! Here are the basics: Every day of the week, there will be some things that just need to be done, so these will be Daily on the list.  These {Read More}

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